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The Huffington Post found Scofield on Facebook, though it is likely that the name, profile and photo are fake, according to Jeffrey Norton, a New York attorney and expert on online dating scams.It is likely that this "John Scofield" persona is part of a larger crime syndicate based in Africa, and that his profile is used in "many different areas around the country," Norton told The Huffington Post.

Read on to find out more about the original video, as well as to check out ten of our favorite e Harmony Video Bio parodies.The website she used, Mingle2.com, did not respond to repeated requests for comment.Her alleged scammer, "John Scofield," has been profiled on a scam-advisory website.Of course, closer examination of the video and You Tube account proved that it was definitely not real—in the video she calls herself Debbie and the name on her You Tube account is Cara Hartmann. Megan O’Neill is the resident web video enthusiast here at Social Times.That being said, a surprising number of people are still talking about the video as if it was the real deal. Megan covers everything from the latest viral videos to online video news and tips, and has a passion for bizarre, original and revolutionary content and ideas.

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