Scammer Ray Askin


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First name: Ray


Last name: Askin


Aka: Aaron Hanz Schmidt, Nelson F. Scott, Anderson Garcia, Jacob Nelson, Wesley Oliver, Adams Clinton, David Oliver, Mark Kristen, Franklin David, Gregory Frederick, Ryan Bowen, Edward Smith Clarence, Stephen Bernard Carey, James Donovan Dunlap, Trevor Shelton, Wilson, Otis Thomas Nelson, Jason Robert, Wilhelm Soller, Mark Herrmann, Freddie Claude, David Anton, Chris Mcmullan, Daniel Bill, Ryan Gibson, Taylor Page, David Kelvin, Bryan Whitener, Harrison Colman Dudun, Martin Curtis, Albert Preben, Sean Ruddick, Fred Jonathan, Herbert Frederick, Maxwell Donald, John Willison


Name aliases: Aarron, Andersen, Aron, Arron, Benard, Bernald, Bob, Bowe, Dan, Davi, Davidde, Davide, Davido, Davids, Don, Ed, Eddy, Edvard, Federick, Franklyn, Fred, Freddie, Freddy, Freddy, Frederic, Frederik, Frederyck, Frederyk, Fredrich, Fredrick, Freedy, Greg, Gregg, Gregorry, Harison, Harrisson, Jamie, Jayson, Johnathan, Johnn, Kelivin, Kellvin, Kilvin, Marc, Marck, Markie, Markk, Marten, Max, Maxwel, Mexwel, Mexwell, Rian, Rob, Robbert, Robbie, Robby, Robert, Roberts, Robs, Ryann, Sccot, Scolt, Scoot, Scot, Scoth, Scotth, Scottie, Scotts, Scotty, Simth, Stepehen, Stephan, Stephane, Stephene, Thom, Tom, Toma, Tomas, Tommy, Toomas, Welison, Welson, Wes, Westley, Willson





Location(s): Lagos (Nigeria)


Also claims to be in: Wheeling, Illinois, USA; West Palm Beach, Florida, USA; Port Alberni, British Columbia, Canada; San Paulo, Brazil; San Jose, California, USA; Charleston, South Carolina, USA; Phoenix, Arizona, USA; New York City, NY, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA; Long Beach, California, USA; Texas, USA; Mexico; Iowa City, Iowa, USA; London Borough of Ealing, England; Istanbul, Turkey;Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Poland


Address(es): 1517 Cameron Samule lane, West Palm Beach, FL 33401, USA
PO,BOX 12327, Santa Monica Blvd., Ste 101, Los Angeles, CA 90025, USA


Phone number(s): 5628463446


E-mail address(es):


Operates on website(s): Badoo, Face Book, Google Hangouts, Inter Pals, Mingle 2, Tagged


Scam media: unknown


Fake documents: view fake documents




Scam Report(s)



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Report N1 (added on July, 22, 2016)

Scammer who sends junk mail to elderly woman age 48/68: You are absolutely brilliant, is the least interesting thing about you. it's like a big breath of fresh air when I log on to this site and you will see, here we can get to know each other hello how are you doing today i would like to know you more Typical scam message: T i wanna know everything about you coz you see nice and you look pretty how old are you ?are you single or married? what do you do for fun?what is your turn on and off ? i cant wait to hear from you.

Eloha (USA)

Report N2 (added on August, 10, 2016)

The photo of one of your scammer is the same photo of him.

Tootie (USA)

Report N3 (added on August, 22, 2016)

I need help I know this person as Anderson Garcia; often seems to have some ties to Engineering and Oil and Gas.
have researched and found various other names; this one above was written in German but I have it translated to English . I have pictures, extensive writings texts on badoo; his supposed parents names and phone number and address in San Paulo Brazil; he claimed to be from San Jose;had business checks sent to me for me to deposit into a Canadian account until he came off the offshore drilling rig; and then forward to Chase Manhatten bank when cleared (which I took precautions to have it clear; and was told it had, only to have it come back as NSF a month later and my bank now hold me responsible for 9000 dollars. Fortunately, I have pictures of everything; I keep everything and I photograph everything. I am turning everything over to the RCMP and FBI and my bank will assist me in this.

Lee (USA)

Report N4 (added on September, 21, 2016)

He connected with me on Mingle2 and immediately removed his profile. He sent me the exact letter about himself that I had just received from someone else. He wanted my email and cell number to text me. He text for a couple days and then I didn't hear from him for four days, he said he had been to Mexico on business. We text for 15 mins and then he wanted me to call him, which I did. He seemed very nice, very complimentary and wanted me to immediately remove my profile because he wanted me to himself. We talked for 30 minutes and he wanted me to call him the next morning. I told him every man I had met on line turned out to be an engineer, which he is, his wife is deceased, which his was and they just want money. He assured me he was very honest.

Linda (USA)

Report N5 (added on May, 12, 2017)

Scammer who wanted to meet me on Tagged - image stolen.

Eloha (USA)

Report N6 (added on August, 29, 2017)

I met this guy named Freddie Claude at Tagged, He then sent me a message telling me that he liked my profile and he wanted to get to know me more. He said he worked as a ship captain of the ship as a private contractor for the US navy and he was divorced after he found out that his wife was cheating on him while he was on duty as a ship captain. We exchange emails and he was very sweet loving caring and seems God fearing person the reason that somehow I also developed some kind of feelings towards him. I was very naive at first and I really believed he was a true ship captain and as a us navy then we wrote letters for more than a week and he informed me that after his journey in Turkey he wanted to take a vacation leave so he can visit me and meet me in person.I got so excited thinking that I could meet him in person soon.One day he wrote me a letter telling me that he wanted to send his precious items to me and some flowers via air cargo so he was asking my full name address and informations to ship the stuff for me but I told him he didnt have to do it.I can wait for him in person and besides those flowers will wither anyways by the time it will arrive. Then he said he wanted to buy a property here in my country a nice house he wanted to buy for us so that when he comes we got a house, but then i told him i already got a house he can stay with me during his vacation visit but he insisted he wanted to send me some money to pay the house that he wanted to buy. I told him if he insist to buy I just wait for him to come and both of us will look some realty agents or some property, but he got angry he said he didnt like the way i do things when he only wanted to send me his money because he wanted to marry me, so i already got some suspicion that he wanted my bank account and some personal information so i send him a letter if he really wanted to buy a house here and wanted to send his money to me okay send it via moneygram since i dont have a bank account.but he seems to get mad of what i said and told me he cant get access to money gram so i replied okay if he cant access to money gram then dont worry about it.besides how could a man in his right mind to send his money to somebody he doesnt even know and see yet. right there i knew he was trying to scam me good thing i stopped sending emails to him. I got some proofs of his emails to me and some pictures too.

Chunsa (Philippines)

Report N7 (added on October, 12, 2018)

Martin contacted me via, playing word with friends on facebook. during the play he wanted to take me to google hangout in which we continued conversing.
I always run a search on images, because I recognised his face as a scammer. Lately they are on words with friends, but, I have noticed, they now are all seem to be calling the woman, Pretty. eg. hello pretty.

Simone (Canada)

Report N8 (added on May, 6, 2019)

This person sent emails similar to the letters posted on this website as well as photos of someone who may be somebody else.

I joined Tagged (social media discovery platform) some time two weeks ago. I saw the advertisement on Facebook and wanted to see what the fuss is all about. Someone sent me a message, wanted to be friends, and requested for me to contact them via email instead. Letter 1 is proof that I sent the person in question an email in response to their message.

When asked about the nature of their work and their reason for joining Tagged, the person did not provide direct answers. I searched for US Marine Authority and came across your website. True enough, the letters posted were very similar, if not exactly the same, to the emails I received from the person in question.

I'm glad your website posted those letters or it would have reached the point where the person in question would eventually ask me for sensitive information. Thank you for warning people of male scammers.

Jane (Philippines)





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Created: 2016-07-22    Last updated: 2019-05-05    Views: 526