Scammer Eva Louise
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Hello , how are you going to ? Very well j hope and thanks for the compliments, it touches me to the heart . And I'm delighted to know you but there is one thing that m escapes or have you had my address ?? I'm Eva Louis d canadian origin puts I arrived here in France when I lost my parents at the age of 10 years and I have grown up in a catholic church in Paris where I spent my entire childhood just because what I have my degree. I worked in a restaurant hang 5 years old and c is there, that I have known a man, and we spent 3 years together and unfortunately we're leaving this am for 2 years. Now I have my own store of cosmetic products in the city of Bayeux and I live all alone in the department of Basse-Normandie and I have 30 years . No I was not of whatsapp and viber? But I have Hangouts only. This is a can of my private life to spend a very nice day kisses the pleasure of you to read it again. Eva Louise
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