Datingnmore has furtehr details about her and the source of her photos.
David (Australia) Report N5 (added on February, 21, 2006) Claimed to be staying at mother's house in Netherlands, noever gave me any details when I asked her about Holland, even didn't know what I meant by Holland the first time I said it -she rep;lied "I'm not in Holland, I'm in the Netrherlands." I did a little searching on a "Nigerian scams" site and came across my yahoo chat buddy's photo.
Two recent stories give a good picture: He claimed that her fiancé, Nurudeen, was injured in an accident and need money for medical treatment. Fortunately, she later learned the truth of the matter and Nurudeen has been ordered by the Nigerian government to repay the money, and he's been sentenced to 19-years in prison For whatever reason, a large number of internet love scams originate from Nigeria, as these two examples show.
Nonetheless, the internet is global, so scammers may be working in Nigeria, Idaho, or in your neighborhood.
And the scams don't always involve the victim sending the scammer money.
You just have to be looking for love, a search that causes you to be more vulnerable than usual.
And love is the tool scammers use to pry open your bank account and strip you of your assets.