Scammer Myra Donnelly Queengoddess532

Queengoddess532
Myra
Donnelly
34
1 704 325 9315
Canada United States
Ajax Canada West Nyack New York USA
unknown
Alt.com Her account was terminated

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Comment #124226
This Woman contacted Me from ALT .com Told Me She wanted to be My Mistress and after the questionnaire told Me that She wanted to meet Me ASAP. Before that could happen though I needed to buy some equipment for Our sessions. I asked Her where I could pay for it but She was insistent that the only way it could be done was by using Moneygram. Only someone with ID saying that name could collect money from Moneygram.
The money was sent to Kim Wheeler, City: Jacksonville, FL.
After I did that She told Me She was in New York on Business and needed Me to send More money for Clothes for Me seems She was into cross dressing Her slaves . I sent more money on Moneygram . She then said She was worried as She had overextended Herself and sent Me a really sketchy looking tax bill. I wasn't going to give Her the money She asked for about 8000 dollars . I sent money to Her as a loan after that twice. I have all Her emails and texts on My phone as well as Her pictures and the bogus tax receipt
Comment #124345
Scammers typically create fake online profiles designed to lure you in, either using a fictional name or falsely adopting the identities of real people.

Dating and romance scammers will express strong emotions for you in a relatively short period of time, and usually suggest you move the relationship away from the website to a more private channel, such as phone, email or instant messaging.

Scammers will go to great lengths to gain your interest and trust such as showering you with loving words, sharing apparent personal information and sometimes even sending you gifts.

They may take several months to build what may feel like the romance of a lifetime and can even pretend to book flights to visit you - but they never actually arrive.

Once they have gained your trust and your defences are down, they will ask you, either subtly or directly, for money, gifts or your banking or credit card details.

Often scammers will pretend they need the money for some sort of personal emergency or insist they need the money to travel to visit you.
Comment #124504
Yep even to this day she is active on the site, i checked here before hand and saw what John McMillen posted. so big Thnkyou to you mate you saved me . so for fun i strung her along even though i knew she is a fraud and the same thing John McMillen posted happened to me except i havent sent money obviously. she thinks that ive been fooled and i got the emails to prove it with the last email requesting 640 dollars. just trying to find a way to get back at her with nasty email which will suprise the crap outta her , also note all her friends are from USA canada, Im in melbourne Australia. Thanks again John you saved my ass on this