Many scammers are either stupid or lazy. They use the same email address for correspondence with victims and for putting up their real profiles on social networks. Often you can run an email address that your handsome middle-aged white engineer gave to you through a Facebook or Tagged or Badoo search and... surprise, surprise! A real mug of a Nigerian youngster pops up as being registered with the same email. As you can see, we have a huge collection of those. Plus, we have hundreds more in our forums.
In the light table on the left: whom they pretend to be (innocent person).
In the dark table on the right: a real face of an actual scammer.
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