Scammer Elnaz Roushan Eliroushan

Karaj, Iran (time zone in email changes, never 9h30m from US CT)
Karaj, Iran; Facebook

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Comment #126222
Elnaz Roushan (goes by elili25 on worldfriends/thejapanesepage, formerly eliroushan), email:
Claims to be a very religious Muslim girl from Karaj, Iran with many brothers and sisters, father who is retired from the army and doesn't receive pension from the government anymore.
She first heavily expresses that she's not looking for financial help, but then asks for "support". It wasn't my intelligence, but my kindness that was preyed on. I relayed 2200USD to "her uncle", Samuel Ugboh in Istanbul. She was not able to provide a pic of herself holding a paper that says "hello Jeremy" (living very humbly, no cell phone, typing on very old computer, etc), but promised she would have pictures taken when she paid for her degree.
It just happens that on that Friday, "bombs fell in Karaj" and she was now fleeing to Tehran, and she asked if I could help her and her family again to get accommodations. I refused after asking two friends who happen to live in Tehran and Karaj about this, and they were clueless. After asking again for some kind of proof (she was at a police station; she could have someone take a photo of her if her well being depends on it), she began to instead tell me I should trust her and she loves me. I ceased communication with her, but recently saw "her" new profile on worldfriends. She is now 25 years old rather than 27, speaks Italian as a 3rd language as opposed to Spanish.
I have pics of both profiles if I can upload them here.
Comment #132239
I also encountered Elanz Roushan on The profile she originally contacted me she pulled. Her new profile there is: elnaz_roushan. She contacted me and wanted to continue correspondence by direct email. She took her time with long "caring" emails for 5 days before she finally sent a long "sweet" email asking me for financial assistance. Similar scenario as other comment. This time needing assistance with some equipment needed to graduate. Says her father is in his 90's (she 27..). Retired army etc.. Discovered inconsistencies along the way and found this site. Soon after that she started with the request neatly positioned within a long "caring" email. Sends pics of her and her family as shown here..