I was not scammed, however I discovered that this beautiful lady belongs to a international scammer organization call "The Network". The Network is run by Nigerian men who run scammers all over the world. They now have many scammers in Russia and the Ukraine and have very big operations in Asia. I first encountered them and was scammed many times in the Philippines this past year. This is a very violent and EVIL organization. They are responsible for the death of an American citizen in Davou PH in January. Mr. Joseph Basal Griffin a wealthy retired used car salesman had his head smashed in by to killers hired by The Network with the assistance of a former scammer girlfriend and her husband who was scamming me after his death. The killers made the crime scene appear like a robbery, but the real motive was to shut Mr. Griffin up, since he was about to take information he had on scamming and the Network to the PH NBI which = to US FBI. I reported the scammer and her husband to the PH NBI. Now I am, and have been for several months, on the Networks hit list to kill.
I met Ms Karabut on A Foreign Affairs web site. We exchanged many letters and in the last set of letters we made arrangements to be together in the Dominican Republic in March. However as soon as we agreed on a date to meet that information, which she was the only person to know, was transmitted to the Network via their internal chat network. Since The Network has me in their sites to kill, I pay a special Investigator, who uses old NSA spy technology, to monitor for the use of my name in the chat network of The Network. Once the Investigators computer system picks up traffic on me it notifies the investigator, who notifies me. When I notified Ms. Karabut that we had to cancel our trip, which she was the only person to know that information, as was the first, transmitted to the Networks
chat room. Thus if I had gone to the Dominican Republic in March as planned, I would have been murdered with Ms. Karabut being an accessory to my murder.
I had paid AFA at lest $500.00 and most likely more in e-mail fees to communicate with Ms. Karabut, which in my opinion in retrospect was money for my own grave.