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He poses as a US soldier called 'Johnny', an online persona built on stolen photos, fake ID and stock scripts with storylines about urgent emergencies that can be solved with cash."Sometimes I'm in Palestine, sometimes I'm in Iraq and we are helping keep peace in that country because there's a war going on," he said. I want somebody to be my lover, my fiance."Kweiku's current target is a Mexican widow in the US.
He considers her a prize client."She can't really hear that I don't have an American accent because she's not really a white person," he said."She doesn't have the education and she's not fluent in English, so I was lucky enough to meet somebody who wasn't.
Usually Ghanaian guys abroad prefer getting wives back home in Ghana to eliminate the shocks that come with crossing cultural boundaries.
Apart from that the home wives are more considerate and loving.
There are day-by-day formats for every scam: among the hundreds found by Four Corners were military formats, sick mother scripts, lotto formats, gay sex chat formats, sugar daddy formats and "trust and love" scripts.
Scammers advertise Facebook profiles, stolen photos of military personnel and photo doctoring skills for fabricating IDs and even medical emergencies.
In secret groups on Facebook's instant messaging service, Whats App, we found scammers sharing tips on mimicking American accents and female voices.
In the Whats App groups, criminals advertised Australian bank accounts to launder money and buyers offered to send gifts to Australian romance scam victims. At an outdoor concert in Accra, hundreds of young Ghanians have gathered to dance, listen to music and party.
In Kweiku's flat, we find a book, Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, in which his goals are scrawled on the inside cover:"Target — desire: I must get 25,000 cedis [,690] by the end of November 2019."Purpose/goal: 1.
These are the foot soldiers in a global scamming enterprise that's breaking hearts and stealing billions of dollars.
In a tiny flat in Ghana, in west Africa, an aspiring entrepreneur trawls Facebook for divorced and widowed women on the other side of the world.
Internet dating sites and chat rooms are gaining popularity among Ghanaian eligible bachelors and sometimes the lecherous ineligible ones too in Europe and America.
Many of these husbands and wives to be find these sites as an alternative to the traditional way of finding suitors at social gatherings like funerals, festivals, church programmes etc.Just like in Ghana's internet cafes, scammers gather online to trade skills, knowledge and fake identities in a vast black market operating on Facebook.