Monday, June 11, 2018

My Twitter Online Dating SCAM Experience with Mariam Johnson aka @MariamJ10860059

I am frequently a target for dating scams on Twitter. Usually, you can see them from a mile away; however, one slipped through the cracks on my Twitter account through a DM (direct message).
When someone targets you on Twitter, they often send a barrage of sexy photos making them easy to weed out. I usually unfollow them or block them when they make it obvious they have an agenda.

A couple of weeks ago, I was targeted by a Twitter follower named Mariam Johnson who uses the Twitter profile:


She introduces herself like she supports your views on Twitter, then she gives you a long story about her life. Her story in a nutshell is as follows:

  • I was born in Russia
  • My parents were both killed in a car accident when I was 10 years old
  • I was adopted by an American family and I moved to the United States
  • I have been especially close to my foster mother in my adult life
  • My husband cheated on me, so I divorced him
  • My foster mother encourages me to try again and find true love
  • However, my foster mother is in poor health, so I am now living with her
  • I'm a wildlife photographer and love animals
  • I had to sell all my camera equipment to support my ill foster mother
  • She longs for the money to buy a new camera system
  • Her cellphone is malfunctioning and she needs a new one to talk with you
  • She is willing to come see you in person very soon
  • She pretends to live in a state nearby you, even though profile intimates she's in Dallas
  • Her birthday is coming up the week she meets you online
  • She pushes you to tell her what you are getting her for her birthday
  • Her visit to see you in person will happen after you buy her a birthday gift online

I suspected Mariam Johnson was an online dating scammer from the start, but she did one thing that set her apart. She never sent provocative photos and her profile had her wearing a modest dress. That got me curious what her MO was. This put her in a cut above the rest, so I played along trying to figure out her system.

After a week of toying with her, I got tired and it was taking up too much of my time, so I told her its just been a game for me to learn how the scam works. I tell her I'm done. She protests that she's a sincere woman. Sure.

Her impending birthday puts pressure on you to buy her something. Your purchase of a gift will proceed her visit in person.  

I made up a BS story of how I was going to buy her a new iPhone and a complete Canon camera system worth thousands of dollars so she could get back into her wildlife photography.

Her Online Dating SCAM Techniques Entertained Me:

  • When you do a live chat with her, there are long silences
  • During silences, she's juggling several other Twitter DMs
  • She calls you hun constantly and never uses your name, because...
  • She could get confused and call you by the wrong name, so its hun hun hun
  • She wants you to buy her a $100 iTunes card, but has no reason for you to do it
  • When she feels like you're getting wise to her scam, she wants to take a shower
  • Or, she's very sleepy at 6 pm her time and must go to bed
  • She wants you to send her thousands through a Walmart Visa/MasterCard system
  • She speaks broken English even though she says she's lived in US for 20 years
  • She takes a break from your chat saying she has to take care of her sick foster mom
  • She wants you to buy all her gifts through her friend, Sandra, for great deals

Anyway, like taking the time to chat with her got old, the time it is taking me to write this post is getting old, so I'm going to bow out and move on to things that have real value to me, and if she contacts you, consider doing the same.

Mariam Johnson Twitter Profile (Click Here) Mariam Johnson Twitter Profile MariamJ10860059

Here's a screenshot of a foreign account in the Middle East:

Here is Mariam Johnson's response after I exposed her Twitter online dating scam:

This proves that Mariam Johnson has a good heart and will love you long time.

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Trump and Hillary Walk in to a Bakery

Donald and Hillary Go Into A Bakery on the Campaign Trail.

As soon as they enter the bakery, Hillary steals three pastries and puts them in her pocket. She says to Donald, "See how clever I am? The owner didn't see anything and I don't even need to lie! I will definitely win the election.

The Donald says to Hillary, "That's the typical dishonesty you have displayed throughout your entire life, trickery and deceit. I am going to show you an honest way to get the same result." Donald goes to the owner of the bakery and says, "Give me a pastry and I will show you a magic trick." Intrigued, the owner accepts and gives him a pastry. Trump swallows it and asks for another one. The owner gives him another one. Then Donald asks for a third pastry and eats that, too.

The owner is starting to wonder where the magic trick is and asks, "What did you do with the pastries?"

Trump replies, "Look in Hillary's pocket."




Thursday, November 28, 2013

America Would Worship Hitler & Become a Nazi State

So, you think those stupid Germans were blind sighted by Adolf Hitler and that America is too sophisticated to bow to the rising dictatorship of the Nazi regime? Think again.

On closer inspection, you'll see that as Aldous Huxley predicted, we will learn to "love our slavery".

After looking at photos of Hitler in front of the Eiffel Tower and claiming it as his own during my father's lifetime, I see that an alternate reality could instantly rape freedom from us right before our eyes.

I think it was well said in this little selection of prose as to how Germany fell to totalitarianism in a handful of years...

First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out--
Because I was not a Socialist.

Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out--
Because I was not a Trade Unionist.

Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out--
Because I was not a Jew.

Then they came for me--and there was no one left to speak for me.

Freedom isn't free.

Saturday, March 16, 2013