If the report presents some objective evidence of a scam, then you probably need to take it seriously and start verifying your ladys information as soon as possible. (we will refer to this person as "your lady" in our answer, for simplicity sake) Yes, it is possible that someone stole her pictures, but from our practice we can observe that if the ladys pictures are posted in a scam report, then further verification of her information tends to confirm that she is a scammer.back to FAQs I found his/her pictures online, but under s different name. However, you should not presume her guilt right away.So, the fact that you do not see a person on a black list in no way means that this person is "real" or honest.Nothing short of verification of identity can confirm that someone is real.
Or does it sound more like some disgruntled ex-penpal wenting off because she didnt appreciate his attention enough?
First, read information about the scammer who used those pictures.
Maybe you will need other details (like occupation, life story, or best friends name) that match as well.
She may have nothing to do with a scammer who just happened to have the same first and last name.
Check whether the pictures and other biographical information match as well.