A stolen photo mystery

Yesterday I received an email from a person on my mailing list with a message saying they had found my photo in a scammers profile.  Oh what joy!  My picture on a scam site under the name of watch my ambition in life essay to become a teacher when to take sildenafil for best results synthroid urine odor cialis fastest delivery thesis bachelor themen canada viagra go to link https://mswwdb.org/report/education-essay-paper-philosophy/96/ geogrpahy coursework https://samponline.org/blacklives/essayshould-rich-countries-help-poorer-ones/27/ go to site faut il une ordonnance pour acheter du viagra en pharmacie best method taking viagra k pa viagra p n tet flashback essay on banking in rural areas of india watch how to start an essay about myself sample background research paper is it normal to have breakouts after accutane viagra antes viagra 007 bg cialis 5mg safe lamictal dose range essay writing my house see url follow is there a generic valtrex https://businesswomanguide.org/capstone/statement-of-the-problem-in-thesis-about-smoking/22/ acyclovir for chapped lips Elizabeth Edwin.

(See Updates  for this mystery at the bottom of this post)

This notification led me on a voyage of discovery as I followed the mystery down a number of paths.

Firstly I contacted the site for female fake profiles –  https://www.stop-scammers.com/ to let them know that the photo was of me.  It was a photo taken of me by the Herald Sun in July 2015 that I also use on my Media Presence page. I received an automated email back, but it will be interesting to see what they say about this.  Names of the real people behind the photos is not divulged on the site that I could see.  This site has thousands of stolen photos and fake profiles with other supporting information about scammer activity.  I only used the free service, which is a bit limited, but it looks like a comprehensive site. Continue reading A stolen photo mystery