Buba Post From Gambian Cheaters Web site

What a fat dirty ugly old slapper Hawkiins is. What do her bumsters see in her other than money?

Gambian Cheater NGO SchoolFraud

Suzy Hawkins From Sanyang Gambia She Is A Gambian Cheater – The Complaint: School & Charity Fraud

Jammeh needs to kick this fat thieving bitch’s fat arse out of the Gambia.

Thieving from our children has to be the vilest dirtiest crime you can commit.

Is this fat slag also thieving from the Veteran’s charity the WRVS which she works for in UK as a wages clerk

Nice helicopter and £18,000 car, not to mention the £4,000 jeep for her bumster boy Bubba.

Vile fat slag from Sussex.

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Post By Binta Shared from Gambian Cheaters Website

When you consider the level of sex tourism in the Gambia, the number of toubab men and women who fly here each winter you just hope they are protecting themselves against STD infections and more importantly HIV/Aids.

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Let’s Talk About Sex: Female Sex Tourism in The Gambia

In The Gambia it is middle-aged Western women that are throwing down rolls of Dalasi, the local currency, in exchange for a grapple with the firm bodies of the young Gambian men.

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Is Gambia Really A Safe Heaven?

Amongst the items given were several office and public display cards and 100 body bags, in preparation of any incursion of Ebola into Gambia.

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On Line Awareness Information

General information

The U.S. Embassy receive inquiries every day from people who have been defrauded for hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars by Internet contacts they thought were their friends or loved ones. Internet scams are attempts by con artists to convince you to send them money.

These fraudulent schemes can include lotteries, on-line dating services, inheritance notices, work permits/job offers, bank over payments, or even make it appear that you are helping a friend in trouble.

Do NOT believe that you have won a lottery you never entered or inherited money from someone you’ve never met or heard of.

Do NOT believe any offers (lottery, inheritance, etc.) that require a fee to be paid up front.

Do NOT provide personal or financial information to businesses you don’t know or haven’t verified.

In many cases, scammers troll the Internet for victims, and spend weeks or months building a relationship. Once they have gained their victim’s trust, the scammers create a false situation and ask for money. Scammers can be very clever and deceptive, creating sad and believable stories that will make you want to send them money.

Before you send funds, check to see if you recognise any of the following signs, and realize that you may be a potential victim of a scam:

You only know your friend or fiance online and may never have met in person. In some cases, the victim has even believed he or she has married the scammer by proxy.
Photographs of the scammer show a very attractive person, and appear to have been taken at a professional modeling agency or photo studio. If they provide you with a copy of their passport or visa, you can always contact the U.S. embassy in the country where the passport or visa was issued to verify the validity of the document.

The scammer’s luck is incredibly bad-he/she is in a car crash, or arrested, or mugged, or beaten, or hospitalized. Close family members are dead or unable to assist. Sometimes, the scammer claims to have a young child overseas who is ill or hospitalized.

You have sent money for visas or plane tickets but they can’t seem to make it to their destinations, citing detention by immigration officials, or other reasons that prevent them from traveling.

Beware of anyone who requests funds for a BTA, or Basic Travel Allowance, as a requirement to depart another country for the United States. There is no such thing as a BTA.

In other cases, your Internet friend will claim to need a travel allowance, or travel money, to be able to travel to the United States. Again, there is no such requirement under U.S. law.

The scammer claims to have been born and raised in the United States, but uses poor grammar and spelling indicative of a non-native English speaker.

Although the scammer may claim to be in the United Kingdom, for example, he or she may ask that the money be sent to an account in another country. Alternatively, the scammer may state he or she is in a third country but request that funds be sent to the United Kingdom for example.

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Liz’s Post Shared: Gambian Cheaters Website

It seems that love rat bigamists are operating not just in Gambia but worldwide.
Here is an account of a lady called Sandra who met Ed, the biggest love rate bigamist of all time.

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Liz’s Comment from Gambian Cheaters Website ( Honey Trap Gambia Blog )

Having read some of the posts on here regarding the promiscuous behavior of those Gambian men who are playing five or more women at a time I frankly am not surprised that STD’s have escalated in the Gambia.

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IS THERE A GENUINE REASON TO DOUBLE DATE?

Do you really think there is a genuine reason to double date? Do you see double dating as a good insurance policy?

Cheating Relationships

Double Dating

Double dating isn’t an uncommon incident in relationships; many people double date, men and women inclusive, and feel extremely okay about it.

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The Nigerian 419 Scam or Romance Scam

The Nigerian 419 Scam has been adapted to be used on dating sites. This is now commonly used on dating sites and anybody who uses them will probably come across one. It is sometimes known as Romance Scam.

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‘He Thought He’d Hit The Jackpot’: Latest News On Lamin Sidibeh Gambian Love Rat

Woman, 50, reveals how she was duped into sham marriage with Gambian man she met on holiday so he could get a UK visa

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