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Cape Town - An international scam in which women across the globe are defrauded by men they befriend on internet dating sites appears to have its roots in Cape Town, with papers filed at the Western Cape High Court suggesting more than R5 million has been lost.
The suspected syndicate of scamsters is under investigation for fraud and money laundering after a US woman raised the alarm.
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Transfers were also made from Okil’s bank account to accounts held in the names of Glory Restoration Assembly International Church, a Nigerian man identified as Innocent Aleokhai Abinokhauno, and close corporation Brighten Ven Trading with a registered address in Parklands.
It was established that forex transactions to the tune of R5.23m were made into Okil’s account between September 2011 and June 2012.
She said she met a man on the dating site match.com, who claimed he was originally from the UK, now working in the US.
He identified himself as Art Donegal Ballinamore, and the pair communicated via e-mail. He claimed he was a civil engineer and told her he would be travelling to South Africa for work. On July 28, 2012, Ballinamore sent her an e-mail to say: “I feel quite bad right now.
Just like traditional dating one does need to be cautious and ensure that the people you have connected with are in fact genuine and actually meet your particular preferences as a potential partner.