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Russian Scam is the alphabetical listing of Russian scammers and Russian agencies involved in Russian dating fraud or Russian scams. The name of the person where the money is sent is the key issue in a Russian scam, and the same Russian scammer may use different photos. Also, the same set of photos may be used under different names.
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Russian scam listings are in alphabetical order according to Last Name of Russian scammer or Russian Agency Name
Fal, Svetlana (Kremenchug Ukraine)
Address: Sumskay Street 40b-3 Town of Kremenchug, Poltava Area
Details: Requests money for passport, visa, airplane ticket to visit you.
First reported: Dean
Fakhurtdinova Adelya – Lipetsk, Russia
Phone: never given
Address: City: 24-12, Oktyabrskaya st., Elets, Lipetskaya oblast, 399740, Russia
Details: Initiates contacts, requests money for passport, visa, and airplane ticket to visit you.
First reported: Uncle Rick
Fatkullina, Ludmila – Ivanovo, Russia
Details: after numerous emails she claimed she got a Visa to come to the USA. She never asked for Visa money so I thought it may be Legit. She only wanted me to pay for the Flight. She claims she has no phone (although apparently has a good paying job). She sent me a scan of her new Visa and Passport (although I never asked to see it). I wrote the U.S. Embassy and they said no Visa was ever issued.
First reported: Barry
Fechenko, Oksana – Sevastopel, Ukraine
Address: Ostrykova 87-174 Sevastopel, Ukraine 99011
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Details: After contacting for a while, start mention about visiting over and scam for visa/ticket.
First reported: jbryan
Fedorova, Ludmila – Saratov, Russia
Address: 410002 Pushkina str, Saratov, Russia
Details: I was contacted by this girl through americansingles.com. Eventually, she wanted to know if we could meet. She wanted $750.00 to cover visa, insurance and travel agency expense. She then wanted to have the money wired. I then wrote a letter telling her all the reasons that I was suspicious and that if all she would consider is me sending money, then goodbye and good luck. I have not heard from her again.
First reported: John
Fedorova, Vera – Zelenodolsk, Russia
Address: House 197, Apt. 37, Decembrists Street, Kazan, Russia
Details: She gave me the typical “I love you, can’t live without you, must travel to see you” scam. She conveniently gave me the costs (very inflated) and even the boldness to give me the Western Union website in which to send her the money.
First reported: Reggie
Fedorova, Vera – Zelenodolsk, Russia
Address: Stolichnaya Str.23,422530, Zelenodolsk, Russia
Email: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: Contacted originally from American Singles. She would hardly ever answer personal questions. She said her Mum would help her with the airline tickets but that she needed $720.00 for the tourist visa.
First reported: Jac
Fedorovskaya, Alena Gennadievna – Ekaterinburg, Russia
Address: Russia, St Petersburg 194100 B. Sampsonievski pr.80-3
Details: Ads are placed on popular personals sites. When answer the ad, you find yourself corresponding through an agency in Ekaterinburg (Scarlett Visa and Internet Agency, Dynasty Visa and Internet Club etc). The “agency” promises to fly Alena to you, asking money for tickets and visa, and giving you deadlines when money should be paid, or “her visa expires”.
After all money were paid, you will receive an email from “Alena” from an Intenet-cafe in Moscow with request to send her money for “boarding fee” of $500, or $200 for the lost passport. They write good English, and pressurize with deadlines very well.
NOTE: different pictures may be used
First reported: Gregory Williams
Fedoseenko Julia – Kiev, Ukraine
Address: Kiev, Ukraine
Website: Anastasia Date
Details: I first started writing to Julia about three years ago on Anastasia Date. The last few months I started to feel a strong connection, till about a week ago. I suddenly learned that she does not remember me, in a chat. She started to lie and lie and tell more lies to cover her lies. Plus I found a page on Vk, clearly her boyfriend’s page. He had many statement about them having sex, and even many photos, but when I wrote to him, he blocked me.
First reported: Rick
Fedoseeva Nadezhda – Samara, Russia
Address: Kalina Street, House 14/8, Samara, Russia
Details: Beware of this girl, I was scammed for € 2800. She asked money for a plane ticket that I have sent because I have trusted her.
First reported: Ron
Fillipova, Angelika – Ternopil, Ukraine
Address: Ukraine, Ternopil, koshevogo str. 27/35, app43
Details: Standard 3 week emailing. Claims to be a dentist making 10% of what work she performs. Vague (scripted) emails, never answering direct questions. “Fallen in love and can get a travel agency to get her here in one week for $3700. She can pay $1500 asks you to send her the other $2200 even though in her country men usually pay for all.”
First reported: Robert
Filippova, Elena – Kirov, Russia
Address: Komsomolkaya 16-39, Kirov, Russia, 610001
Bank Details: PETROCOMMERCE BANK
Details: Contacted through Yahoo Personals. After about a month of her romancing me she proclaimed that she wanted to come to America to be with me and have a family. She stated that she needed money for passport, visa and travel expenses.
First reported: Kim
Second reported: Anonymous
Fiodorova, Snezhana – Saransk, Russia
Postal address: Ashpaiya 173-12 ZIP-code: 424000
Birth date of scammer: 29/12/1977
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org. Snezhinkagirl@pochta.ws
Details: She contacted me through a website called World Friends and she still has an account with adult friend finder with the name of: Snezhanka
At first she seemed normal enough when she contacted me, first contact was in june 30 of 2005 and we spoke for months. First she said that she wanted to buy a computer and needed some money and then after time and after she started liking me she said that she needed money to make an apartment in her mother’s name, The mother’s name is: Maria Kropotova and I did send her money through western union MTCN:6075093890 at first the receiver name was Snezhana Fiodorova and then she told me that she couldn’t find her ID and asked if I could make the receiver out to her mother’s name of Maria Kropotova, she said that her mother was using her maiden name and she was using the lastname of her father.
I still have all the e-mails that she sent me, from the very first one to the last one, so I was wondering if I could send them to you but I don’t think I can send them on this e-mail because I am already sending photos and what not.
First reported: James
Firsova, Marina – Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Address: Russia, Krasnoyarsk area, Siberian federal area, Kansk, Lenina street 23-15
Details: I thought she was real and never suspected her. I told her that i needed to talk to her before i send her money, she never email me anymore.
First reported: Craig
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