Originally Posted by MIRACLEMAN786
Good day to you. Sir, I actually love a girl from your country Ghana. I love her very much and I would like to marry her.
I used to send her money every time she asks. But now she had send her passport copy for the visa money and all. I doubt her passport is original or not.
I have attached the passport copy for your reference. I beg you to provide just this information that whether the passport is fake or not. My decision regarding this, is in your hands.
Please send us reply by return. Your response by return would be highly appreciated.
Thanks & Regards,
That is a Fake passport and there are VERY few ladies with that skin complexion in GHANA
If you want to know how to check a pasport read this
Ghana passports follow this format as do most countries
Each passport has a data page and a signature page. Illustration: data page and signature page -- right.
A data page has a visual zone and a machine-readable zone. The visual zone has a digitized photograph of the passport holder, data about the passport, and data about the passport holder:
Type [of document, which is "P" for "passport"]
Code [of the issuing country, which is "USA" for "United States of America"]
Nationality [which is "United States of America"]
Date of Birth
Place of Birth
Date of Issue
Date of Expiration
At the bottom of a data page is the machine-readable zone, which can be read both visually and by an optical scanner. The machine-readable zone consists of two lines. There are no blank spaces in either line. A space which does not contain a letter or a number is filled with "<".
The first line of a machine-readable zone of a passport contains a letter to denote the type of travel document ("P" for passport), the code for the citizenship of the passport holder (e.g., "USA" for "United States of America"), and the name (surname first, then given name or names) of the passport holder.
The second line of a machine-readable zone of a passport contains the passport number, supplemented by a check digit; the code of the issuing country (e.g., "USA" for "United States of America"); the date of birth of the passport holder, supplemented by a check digit; a notation of the sex of the passport holder ("M" or "F"); the date of expiration of the passport, supplemented by a check digit; and, at the end of the line, two overall check digits.
A signature page has a line for the signature of a passport holder. A passport is not valid until it is signed by the passport holder. If a holder is unable to sign his passport, it is to be signed by a person who has legal authority to sign on the holder's behalf.
 Place of birth