The following information was posted on a dating web site. I don't have any emails to share yet. Therefore, IP addresses and header tracers are not yet available. I expect them to contact me tomorrow since at this moment it is after sundown in Africa where I suspect they actually live. Their activity tends to diminish at bedtime in Africa. Scammer Introduction: I consider myself an honest, sincere, hardworking person, who trusts in God and put their destiny in their caring hands. I am a devoted mother, determined to give me take a chance Age: 50 years old Ethnicity: Hispanic/Latino Height: 5' 5" (165 cm) Education: Bachelor's degree Occupation: Real Estate owner Comment by GrahamCracker on the website Photos: There are a number of photos on the daing web site that appear to be taken by a professional photographer. However, professional real estate agents often use professional photographers here in the United States. Virtual Card #1: HELLO FROM PANAMA CANAL Virtual Card #2: HI THIS IS MY LAST DAY IN CM [Christian Mingle] MY EMAIL IS m[b]full address edited[/b]email@example.com DO YOU HAVE A WATSAAP? WE CAN CHAT IN THAT AND IT IS FREE ALSO GrahamCracker: The clue for me that it is a scammer is that the person says that they don't have much more time on the dating web site. Typically, that is because the longer it is up, the more likely it is that the administrators will detect that it is a scam. Another clue is that scammers overuse words like "honest, sincere, faithful" etc. One scammer actually posted a comment that scammers should not contact her/him. Does anyone know whether or not Central Americans like Panamanians use the terms Hispanic or Latino to refer to themselves? It is very common native Spanish speakers residing in the United States.