Supreme antiques Scam

The scammer was on a dating site we starte talking then she sent a phone number we started texting she gained my trust sent pictures she called herself Helen Christy Cowell she said she inherited gold bars from her father and needed money to get them released from the Ukraine I did a lot of research and boy was I suprised at what I discovered

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