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#1 Aug 8, 2010
Gambian men are users..They are out for one thing only...The American Green Card....They marry women in America who are older than them something they will never ever do in the Gambia and the only reason is for Citizenship...

Once they get the citizenship and within five years span they leave the American women they marry here in America ...During that five years...they try to go home every year , for about 4 or more months and the main reason is to breed the African wife...They all do it...it is a way of life...

they usually prefer to marry women upstate while they continue to live elsewhere...Every money they have goes home to the wife and kids in Gambia so she can buy expensive fabrics and to send her kids to private school...She ( Gambian wife) will always comes first...she lives good over there while the women they marry in America , have to foot the bill...

They are complain about money....they will cry and beg the last penny from you to send to Gambia

WOMEN WAKE UP PLEASE....IF A GAMBIAN MAN PRETENDS TO LOVE YOU AND YOU ARE OLDER THAN HIM ..IT IS FAKE..HE IS AFTER SOMETHING...DON'T THINK YOU ARE THE EXCEPTION....THEY ALL THINK THE SAME...IT IS A GAME AND MOST ALREADY HAVE A WIFE IN GAMBIA..BELIRVE IT OR NOT..

MY PRAYER IS THAT UNITED STATESD IMMIGRATION GET TO KNOW QBOUT THIS AND DENY THESE FRAUDULENT MARRIAGES...
ayesha

Flitwick, UK

#2 Aug 8, 2010
Queen Beee wrote:
Gambian men are users..They are out for one thing only...The American Green Card....They marry women in America who are older than them something they will never ever do in the Gambia and the only reason is for Citizenship...
Once they get the citizenship and within five years span they leave the American women they marry here in America ...During that five years...they try to go home every year , for about 4 or more months and the main reason is to breed the African wife...They all do it...it is a way of life...
they usually prefer to marry women upstate while they continue to live elsewhere...Every money they have goes home to the wife and kids in Gambia so she can buy expensive fabrics and to send her kids to private school...She ( Gambian wife) will always comes first...she lives good over there while the women they marry in America , have to foot the bill...
They are complain about money....they will cry and beg the last penny from you to send to Gambia
WOMEN WAKE UP PLEASE....IF A GAMBIAN MAN PRETENDS TO LOVE YOU AND YOU ARE OLDER THAN HIM ..IT IS FAKE..HE IS AFTER SOMETHING...DON'T THINK YOU ARE THE EXCEPTION....THEY ALL THINK THE SAME...IT IS A GAME AND MOST ALREADY HAVE A WIFE IN GAMBIA..BELIRVE IT OR NOT..
MY PRAYER IS THAT UNITED STATESD IMMIGRATION GET TO KNOW QBOUT THIS AND DENY THESE FRAUDULENT MARRIAGES...
Not only the older women Bee - I read about 2 young girls in England that were also conned out of thousands by 2 gambian friends who had set them up..... all ages, if u are vulnerable or easily flattered or just dont know The Game - so it can happen to anyone.......

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#3 Aug 8, 2010
Yes Ayesha, maybe i should rephrase that they target mostly older women especially in the Gambia but they will con anyone if you let them or if they can ...its all a game to them and anyone is fair play...
ayesha wrote:
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Not only the older women Bee - I read about 2 young girls in England that were also conned out of thousands by 2 gambian friends who had set them up..... all ages, if u are vulnerable or easily flattered or just dont know The Game - so it can happen to anyone.......
ayesha

Flitwick, UK

#4 Aug 8, 2010
Queen Beee wrote:
Yes Ayesha, maybe i should rephrase that they target mostly older women especially in the Gambia but they will con anyone if you let them or if they can ...its all a game to them and anyone is fair play... <quoted text>
Not long been home from an all day Indian Mela (Festival)- it was fantastic!!! Bhangra, bhangra bhangra!! Anyways, the guy I was with married an older english woman to get him to england but he also still managed to con ME too - he said such bad things about this woman about how she treated him, how she "bought" him, that I felt sorry for him (at the beginning) but he was playing both of us and who knows how many others, playing all the women off against eachother he apparently told HER that I was trying to buy him, so he was telling the same thing to everyone.... devious beyond belief..... HOW do they remember their twisted lies and who they tell what things to? A cunning mind and years of practice.

Since: Mar 10

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#5 Aug 8, 2010
Hey Ayesha,glad your day went well..They are heartless liars...His visa wife better wake up from the spell and move on...women everywhere need to spread the word.....That has become my personal mission....
ayesha wrote:
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Not long been home from an all day Indian Mela (Festival)- it was fantastic!!! Bhangra, bhangra bhangra!! Anyways, the guy I was with married an older english woman to get him to england but he also still managed to con ME too - he said such bad things about this woman about how she treated him, how she "bought" him, that I felt sorry for him (at the beginning) but he was playing both of us and who knows how many others, playing all the women off against eachother he apparently told HER that I was trying to buy him, so he was telling the same thing to everyone.... devious beyond belief..... HOW do they remember their twisted lies and who they tell what things to? A cunning mind and years of practice.
Emily Walcott

Banjul, Gambia

#6 Aug 9, 2010
How dare you write this rubbish about Gambian men. I have been living with my husband in Gambia for the past eight years. We get on quite fine, no hassle at all, and guess what; he does not want to live in the west. He is got dual citizenship (Gambian and British passport). But has not left Gambia for the past three years. He is so in love with his country, he uses his Gambian passport to travel.... he does not even talk much about England or America. That is why I could not get you point when I read this? I was left very clueless about all this. It contradicts my first hand experience about Gambia. believe me there is not a place in Gambia I haven't stepped on.
So I said to myself, only a retarded woman, must have all the time in the world to sit down and type all this bunch of bull, about men living a third world developing country. Still striving hard to make ends meet in the world financial arena.
Be real to yourself Queen or whatever your name is, are you sure you are a Queen??? Very unsympathetic SMH
Queen Beee wrote:
Gambian men are users..They are out for one thing only...The American Green Card....They marry women in America who are older than them something they will never ever do in the Gambia and the only reason is for Citizenship...
Once they get the citizenship and within five years span they leave the American women they marry here in America ...During that five years...they try to go home every year , for about 4 or more months and the main reason is to breed the African wife...They all do it...it is a way of life...
they usually prefer to marry women upstate while they continue to live elsewhere...Every money they have goes home to the wife and kids in Gambia so she can buy expensive fabrics and to send her kids to private school...She ( Gambian wife) will always comes first...she lives good over there while the women they marry in America , have to foot the bill...
They are complain about money....they will cry and beg the last penny from you to send to Gambia
WOMEN WAKE UP PLEASE....IF A GAMBIAN MAN PRETENDS TO LOVE YOU AND YOU ARE OLDER THAN HIM ..IT IS FAKE..HE IS AFTER SOMETHING...DON'T THINK YOU ARE THE EXCEPTION....THEY ALL THINK THE SAME...IT IS A GAME AND MOST ALREADY HAVE A WIFE IN GAMBIA..BELIRVE IT OR NOT..
MY PRAYER IS THAT UNITED STATESD IMMIGRATION GET TO KNOW QBOUT THIS AND DENY THESE FRAUDULENT MARRIAGES...
ayesha

Flitwick, UK

#7 Aug 9, 2010
Emily Walcott wrote:
How dare you write this rubbish about Gambian men. I have been living with my husband in Gambia for the past eight years. We get on quite fine, no hassle at all, and guess what; he does not want to live in the west. He is got dual citizenship (Gambian and British passport). But has not left Gambia for the past three years. He is so in love with his country, he uses his Gambian passport to travel.... he does not even talk much about England or America. That is why I could not get you point when I read this? I was left very clueless about all this. It contradicts my first hand experience about Gambia. believe me there is not a place in Gambia I haven't stepped on.
So I said to myself, only a retarded woman, must have all the time in the world to sit down and type all this bunch of bull, about men living a third world developing country. Still striving hard to make ends meet in the world financial arena.
Be real to yourself Queen or whatever your name is, are you sure you are a Queen??? Very unsympathetic SMH
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We DARE write on here what we like, Miss Deluded!!!! If u know The Scambia so well, do not tell me that u dont know what goes on - even the gambian guys I met out there tell me what they do and why they do it so are u saying this doesnt happen????? You KNOW it does!!!!! Or are you as "clueless" as you stated above?? And why would all these women write their experiences on here if it wasn't true??? Ask your husband, he will tell u what goes on, even if YOU seem to be living in a bubble..... why are u even on here searching about gambian men - dont u know about them YET??? Oh, and you and your husband get on "quite fine" - that sounds a bit wishy-washy to me!!! And "No hassle" - are they they best 2 statements u can come up with about your marriage??? I dont know how old you are and how young your husband is but I think you were right in describing yourself as "clueless"........ see the reality...... I'd like to know who is the breadwinner out of you two.... sounds like he got a good deal....... you know NOTHING...
Emily Walcott

Banjul, Gambia

#8 Aug 9, 2010
Are you agnry at me ayesha? Maybe you are also a retard like Miss Queen. Are you two sure that you write the truth about who you are? There are also very few women posting here, with different names, so do not pretend like all the women in the world are on this forum. I am sure if I count the number of women (retards) who post negativity on this forum are not more than 10persons. Half of which are using multiple identities to further further their cynical agenda.

Both me and my husband are breadwinners, we support each other, financially, emotionally and physically if you know what I mean. If it makes you jealous, I will sympathize and understand your pathetic state, which is indeed very sad and it calls for concern too. I will pray for you next Friday to love yourselves and each other. Take care darling. Patience is really a virtue and hating is a weak emotion.
ayesha wrote:
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We DARE write on here what we like, Miss Deluded!!!! If u know The Scambia so well, do not tell me that u dont know what goes on - even the gambian guys I met out there tell me what they do and why they do it so are u saying this doesnt happen????? You KNOW it does!!!!! Or are you as "clueless" as you stated above?? And why would all these women write their experiences on here if it wasn't true??? Ask your husband, he will tell u what goes on, even if YOU seem to be living in a bubble..... why are u even on here searching about gambian men - dont u know about them YET??? Oh, and you and your husband get on "quite fine" - that sounds a bit wishy-washy to me!!! And "No hassle" - are they they best 2 statements u can come up with about your marriage??? I dont know how old you are and how young your husband is but I think you were right in describing yourself as "clueless"........ see the reality...... I'd like to know who is the breadwinner out of you two.... sounds like he got a good deal....... you know NOTHING...
ayesha

Flitwick, UK

#9 Aug 9, 2010
Emily Walcott wrote:
Are you agnry at me ayesha? Maybe you are also a retard like Miss Queen. Are you two sure that you write the truth about who you are? There are also very few women posting here, with different names, so do not pretend like all the women in the world are on this forum. I am sure if I count the number of women (retards) who post negativity on this forum are not more than 10persons. Half of which are using multiple identities to further further their cynical agenda.
Both me and my husband are breadwinners, we support each other, financially, emotionally and physically if you know what I mean. If it makes you jealous, I will sympathize and understand your pathetic state, which is indeed very sad and it calls for concern too. I will pray for you next Friday to love yourselves and each other. Take care darling. Patience is really a virtue and hating is a weak emotion.
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Angry??? I dont even know you, Miss Clueless.... and I'm definitely not your darling..... yes, there are fakes on here but I can vouch that myself, Veronica, Annabelle, Disgal, Queen Bee and quite a few others that I know of (and have been here longer than you) are very much real and have had real experiences - why on earth would we come on here otherwise - for what?? Why dont u think before u speak......

Dont bother praying for me - I am not a muslim and it means nothing for me if u pray or not.... I dont know you... dont even know how or why u found this forum..... jealous???? No,'fraid not.... i have a guy who is on my level, financially, spiritually, emotionally and intellectually and who can buy me a drink or meal or 10 holidays in the Scambia or anywhere else if I so wish... We share the same culture, he does not have another wife and children who he hides from me (unlike a lot of gambian men with older european wives) etc etc.... i do not need to go to another country to find a man, I had lots of choice here, I am young enough to choose who I like. I just happened at a stupid period in my life to meet a Scambian and fall for him - and as your husband knows, there are plenty of them there... why dont you KNOW that by now if you are an expert on gambian culture...?? Can't u answer some of my questions? Thought not... but ask HIM, he knows......
ceri

UK

#10 Aug 9, 2010
Emily Walcott wrote:
How dare you write this rubbish about Gambian men. I have been living with my husband in Gambia for the past eight years. We get on quite fine, no hassle at all, and guess what; he does not want to live in the west. He is got dual citizenship (Gambian and British passport). But has not left Gambia for the past three years. He is so in love with his country, he uses his Gambian passport to travel.... he does not even talk much about England or America. That is why I could not get you point when I read this? I was left very clueless about all this. It contradicts my first hand experience about Gambia. believe me there is not a place in Gambia I haven't stepped on.
So I said to myself, only a retarded woman, must have all the time in the world to sit down and type all this bunch of bull, about men living a third world developing country. Still striving hard to make ends meet in the world financial arena.
Be real to yourself Queen or whatever your name is, are you sure you are a Queen??? Very unsympathetic SMH
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Not every single gambian marries for money and visa but a lot do con women for money. Did you go to gambia penniless? Highly unlikely as you would have been kicked out the revolving door of the compound. Women have found themselves homeless in gambia after marrying these men, when they are no longer useful with their money and they want to be with their gambian wives. Get real, I spoke with women myself who had experienced being conned there,
ayesha

Flitwick, UK

#11 Aug 9, 2010
ceri wrote:
<quoted text>
Not every single gambian marries for money and visa but a lot do con women for money. Did you go to gambia penniless? Highly unlikely as you would have been kicked out the revolving door of the compound. Women have found themselves homeless in gambia after marrying these men, when they are no longer useful with their money and they want to be with their gambian wives. Get real, I spoke with women myself who had experienced being conned there,
ha ha - I see u got here quick!!! Yes, agree - no way did Miss Clueless (her words) go to Gambia with nothing... nothing equals nothing - why would they want 2 nothings!!! Well said Ceri....
ceri

UK

#12 Aug 9, 2010
ayesha wrote:
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ha ha - I see u got here quick!!! Yes, agree - no way did Miss Clueless (her words) go to Gambia with nothing... nothing equals nothing - why would they want 2 nothings!!! Well said Ceri....
Haha, yes I did get there quick lol, no, she wouldnt have gone there skint as she would have been of no use at all!!! She needs to get talking to the many women that I have spoken too who have lost everything from the 5 times a day praying good muslims!! I still havnt come across that as part of the religion in the Koran, thats its fine to lie, cheat, steal, con, have sex whilst not married, drink alcohol, smoke weed, use heroin, cocaine, what a joke lol
ayesha

Flitwick, UK

#13 Aug 9, 2010
ceri wrote:
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Haha, yes I did get there quick lol, no, she wouldnt have gone there skint as she would have been of no use at all!!! She needs to get talking to the many women that I have spoken too who have lost everything from the 5 times a day praying good muslims!! I still havnt come across that as part of the religion in the Koran, thats its fine to lie, cheat, steal, con, have sex whilst not married, drink alcohol, smoke weed, use heroin, cocaine, what a joke lol
ha ha.... I dont know how they will get through Ramadan.... he told me once that if he is not forgiven for his sins (past, present AND FUTURE!!) by the people that he has hurt and wronged , then Allah will not forgive....... he was desperate for my forgiveness to save his own sorry self, nothing to do with TRUE remorse, but as usual all about HIm and his salvation.... so transparent.....

Since: Mar 10

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#14 Aug 9, 2010
Liar , Liar, Liar.... You had better stop the lies now ...Ramadan is coming , try to stop the lies...Don't pretend to be a woman...Be a man...I know who you are...You had better stop lying to people and pretending to be Emily....As I have told you numerous times after you coming up with these names....If you are Emily , then I am Queen Elizabeth of England....You can be defensive if you want but stop trying to be a woman....or are you a cross-dresser or woman -man or something...what's up with that...You will never fool anyone ...Any British woman reading your post knows that you are not a British woman by your writing...Give it up...You know what I'm saying is true....The things you wrote makes no sense at all....for example, your "husband has dual citizenship yet uses only Gambian passport, why get the dual citizenship then? why not just be a Gambian with a Gambian passport then? he has been there for the past 3 years but you have been living there for eight years ?...aNYWAY i WON'T WASTE MY TIME TO ARGUE WITH YOU fRESH bREAD, EMILY WALCOTT, NADIAS SULLIMAN, MBURUBUTANGA ( JUST A FEW OF THE NAMES YOU'VE USED ON TOPIX)AND WHATEVER NAME YOU COME UP WITH NEXT...
Emily Walcott wrote:
How dare you write this rubbish about Gambian men. I have been living with my husband in Gambia for the past eight years. We get on quite fine, no hassle at all, and guess what; he does not want to live in the west. He is got dual citizenship (Gambian and British passport). But has not left Gambia for the past three years. He is so in love with his country, he uses his Gambian passport to travel.... he does not even talk much about England or America. That is why I could not get you point when I read this? I was left very clueless about all this. It contradicts my first hand experience about Gambia. believe me there is not a place in Gambia I haven't stepped on.
So I said to myself, only a retarded woman, must have all the time in the world to sit down and type all this bunch of bull, about men living a third world developing country. Still striving hard to make ends meet in the world financial arena.
Be real to yourself Queen or whatever your name is, are you sure you are a Queen??? Very unsympathetic SMH
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Since: Mar 10

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#15 Aug 9, 2010
THIS IS NO EMILY,CERI...IT IS A GAMBIAN GUY WHO FREQUENTS THIS SITE...HE KNOWS THE TRUTH SO HE IS TRYING TO LIE AND PRETEND TO BE AN EMILY SO AS TO HIDE THE TRUTH...
ceri wrote:
<quoted text>
Not every single gambian marries for money and visa but a lot do con women for money. Did you go to gambia penniless? Highly unlikely as you would have been kicked out the revolving door of the compound. Women have found themselves homeless in gambia after marrying these men, when they are no longer useful with their money and they want to be with their gambian wives. Get real, I spoke with women myself who had experienced being conned there,

Since: Mar 10

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#16 Aug 9, 2010
Ayesha, don't waste your time gurl....it is our dear friend ...the one and only " FRESH BREAD"....pretending to be Emily Walcott..I think he wants to be a woman....LMAO
ayesha wrote:
<quoted text>
We DARE write on here what we like, Miss Deluded!!!! If u know The Scambia so well, do not tell me that u dont know what goes on - even the gambian guys I met out there tell me what they do and why they do it so are u saying this doesnt happen????? You KNOW it does!!!!! Or are you as "clueless" as you stated above?? And why would all these women write their experiences on here if it wasn't true??? Ask your husband, he will tell u what goes on, even if YOU seem to be living in a bubble..... why are u even on here searching about gambian men - dont u know about them YET??? Oh, and you and your husband get on "quite fine" - that sounds a bit wishy-washy to me!!! And "No hassle" - are they they best 2 statements u can come up with about your marriage??? I dont know how old you are and how young your husband is but I think you were right in describing yourself as "clueless"........ see the reality...... I'd like to know who is the breadwinner out of you two.... sounds like he got a good deal....... you know NOTHING...

Since: Mar 10

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#17 Aug 9, 2010
Proof again that you are a Liar "fresh bread"....You are sounding like the retard.....First, the way you talk shows that you are a regular on here the way you talk to me and Ayesha...Secondly,if you are a smart observant person, you would know new people from old by the location....As i might have said before, without going too far to expose my identity...I am a detective, I studied that at the University...that is why I know it is you, I am always the one to expose you, right?(smile)....I found the fake pic you had posted before...didn't i? as i said , if i talk too much , i might expose my identity which i am not ready ot do yetttttt...Finally, you know there have been tons of women on here with negative stories...more than i even thought it would be....almost everyday/week someone new comes on here so don't even try to lie and downplay the quantity....I know lying is rooted in your culture but Ramadan is coming....give it up....
Emily Walcott wrote:
Are you agnry at me ayesha? Maybe you are also a retard like Miss Queen. Are you two sure that you write the truth about who you are? There are also very few women posting here, with different names, so do not pretend like all the women in the world are on this forum. I am sure if I count the number of women (retards) who post negativity on this forum are not more than 10persons. Half of which are using multiple identities to further further their cynical agenda.
Both me and my husband are breadwinners, we support each other, financially, emotionally and physically if you know what I mean. If it makes you jealous, I will sympathize and understand your pathetic state, which is indeed very sad and it calls for concern too. I will pray for you next Friday to love yourselves and each other. Take care darling. Patience is really a virtue and hating is a weak emotion.
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Since: Mar 10

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#18 Aug 9, 2010
big joke, Ceri..big joke
ceri wrote:
<quoted text>
Haha, yes I did get there quick lol, no, she wouldnt have gone there skint as she would have been of no use at all!!! She needs to get talking to the many women that I have spoken too who have lost everything from the 5 times a day praying good muslims!! I still havnt come across that as part of the religion in the Koran, thats its fine to lie, cheat, steal, con, have sex whilst not married, drink alcohol, smoke weed, use heroin, cocaine, what a joke lol
Emily Walcott

Banjul, Gambia

#19 Aug 9, 2010
I have been doing the travels for the past three years, and he stayed in Gambia. But you are too retarded to understand I know.
Queen Beee wrote:
Liar , Liar, Liar.... You had better stop the lies now ...Ramadan is coming , try to stop the lies...Don't pretend to be a woman...Be a man...I know who you are...You had better stop lying to people and pretending to be Emily....As I have told you numerous times after you coming up with these names....If you are Emily , then I am Queen Elizabeth of England....You can be defensive if you want but stop trying to be a woman....or are you a cross-dresser or woman -man or something...what's up with that...You will never fool anyone ...Any British woman reading your post knows that you are not a British woman by your writing...Give it up...You know what I'm saying is true....The things you wrote makes no sense at all....for example, your "husband has dual citizenship yet uses only Gambian passport, why get the dual citizenship then? why not just be a Gambian with a Gambian passport then? he has been there for the past 3 years but you have been living there for eight years ?...aNYWAY i WON'T WASTE MY TIME TO ARGUE WITH YOU fRESH bREAD, EMILY WALCOTT, NADIAS SULLIMAN, MBURUBUTANGA ( JUST A FEW OF THE NAMES YOU'VE USED ON TOPIX)AND WHATEVER NAME YOU COME UP WITH NEXT...<quoted text>

Since: Mar 10

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#20 Aug 9, 2010
that is all you can come up with , fresh bread?....What facinate you with the word retard? I know your schedule...soon time to go home right? talk to you tommorow...bye...waving...
Emily Walcott wrote:
I have been doing the travels for the past three years, and he stayed in Gambia. But you are too retarded to understand I know.
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