Is Ann Angel Anna Evdokimova?
Anna Evdokimova is or was a Russian porn star, she did one movie. She really is striking and beautiful and because of this, she use to be a scammer, enticing men to surrender their money for a variety of bogus reasons. She was born May 12, 1982 in Cheboksary, Russia (Chuvashiya province). She probably is no longer living there.
Many other scammers have stolen her photos from online sources and post them on online dating sites like Match and many others. There is a lot of confusion about whether this Russian is Ann Angel. They have similar characteristics, but they are not the same. Ms. Angel warns that many West African scam groups have stolen her photos to use on American dating websites. In one case, the site attracted over 50 guys following her, or thought they were texting or emailing the woman in the photo. They were being scammed by some West African man or woman in Ghana or Nigeria, no doubt. Anna is helpless in stopping it, but does offer ways to tell if it is scam.
Ann Angel and Anna Evdokimova are NOT the same. You can join Ms. Angel's website for a fee. Many of the photos used by West African scammers are when she was much younger so it may be hard to tell if it was her. She is around 30 now. Anna applies eye makeup in the same manner but her color will alternate from brunette to blonde. At times, you might wonder if a younger photo of Ann in her 20's is herself today, time has a way of changing faces. She is the most common victim (as a model, since age 18) of scammers who steal her photos. Ann Angel was born in Warsaw, Poland, in June, 1985, and has lived in the USA for around 10 years
I know from my own experience. I met someone on Tastebuds.com. At that time, I thought it was for real. As time went on in texting for weeks, the conversation increasingly focused on her need for money and logical explanations for it. Even when I first refused, the conversation continued but detoured away from money, yet, within days, it would return with a request for it. That pattern continued for awhile. It all became intimate etc.,but I would try to verify statements etc., and when I became suspicious, I "played" her for her response. After awhile, it was cat and mouse, and actually began like a detective game. I let her play me but I also played her. When she was not talking of money, the conversation was actually great. A great way to pass time, if nothing more. When I did verify that information was false, I debated the issue with her just to frustrate her. A few times, the person on the other end said things that a guy might or wrote English differently than previously. Maybe my conversations on text were with different people.
The funny thing is that after weeks, I demanded a short 10 second video and selfies. When they arrived, it was clear the profile posted on Tastebuds, was NOT her. The scammer has stolen Anna's images and had sent many to me. But truth prevailed, because the selfie and video could not be faked because Anna was not there to make it. The woman was actually attractive from Ghana. Of course, she did it as a job. She was never looking for love and a relationship as she claimed on Tastebuds. This scammer used all of Ann Angel's photos, and a fake US passport to convince me she was another person. While she, herself, was pretty, it was easy to see it was not Ann Angel. Ann Angel is only famous among the scamming and soft-porn industry. Anyone outside of this circle, and the name will sound fake, like I thought until I Googled her. Even then, there seems to be others with "official" Ann Angel websites. The real Ann Angel website is well produced, slick. You can join to explicit views for $30.
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