Scammer Garrick Adams


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First name: Garrick


Last name: Adams


Aka: unknown





Location(s): Lagos (Nigeria)


Also claims to be in: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA


Address(es): unknown


Phone number(s): unknown


E-mail address(es): unknown


Operates on website(s): Twitter


Scam media: unknown


Fake documents: unknown




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Report N1 (added on September, 25, 2018)

This guy, obviously not American, said he was 57 years old, in naval engineering, and is the single dad of a daughter who was referred to as a "he," possibly because of quirks in translating French into English. The daughter's name is Jennifer, who is "presently schooling." She attends John Jenks Elementary School in Philadelphia, PA, where she is in the 12th grade at 16 years of age. (Right!)

Adams works as a servicil petroleum GSP, which he possibly meant to be a servicii petroleum GSP, the only thing I could find on the Internet that came close to what he said. He said he "is in the Spain for now." He would be coming home in three months. I hoped he would be home for Christmas.

Adams asked me to go to hangouts, but I told him I didn't like hangouts because I'd read and had been told that scammers like to go there. He sounded surprised to learn that and said he didn't want to go there anymore. He and I chatted happily on Twitter for a few days. He was ever so sweet! He would have breakfast and coffee in the DM in the mornings for me, and he would bid me goodnight each evening and tell me how much he loved me.

He told me he needed a hug and that he was cold. I told him that I needed to go to the superstore before it rained, that bands of rain from Hurricane Florence were headed my way. He asked me to pick up two $100 iTunes cards for him while I was at the store. I asked if he needed any cash, since there is a Moneygram in the store, but he said, "Nope." He did remind me to get two (2) $100 iTunes cards for his phone while I was out and about. I just hate it when that happens!

Dobby (USA)





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Created: 2018-09-25    Last updated: 2018-09-25    Views: 322