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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
Iacowleva, Natasha – St Petersburg, Russia
Address: P.O.Box 654, St.Petersburg,Russia 193313
Details: Requests money for translation of letters and correspondence
First reported: S.H.
Ibraeva, Nadezhda – Kazan, Russia
Details: Met her 8 months ago. Sent $799 and $300 through Western Union.
First reported: Brian
Samal Idrisova – Syktyvkar, Sibiria, Russia
Address: Syktyvkar, Siberia, Russia
I am 46 years old and travel a lot. one day while checking an old email account I get this email from this person. the first email was right to the point about how she was coming to America and wanted to meet some one here. I have been through this before so I knew what was coming. emailed her back a couple of time and she just kept sending the form letters. telling me she loved me and stuff. took only about a week for her to ask me for $900.00 for her visa paper work. yea right. she used a email account, no website. After I told her about how I knew this was a scam and I was going to report her I never heard back.
First reported: Mr Smart
Ignatova Irena – Kiev, Ukraine
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: Irena and agency worked together. Ask money for further correspondence. To make the payment for correspondence with Irena, the bank transfer can be made to:
Beneficiary Bank Information:
Bank Name: Bankers Trust CO.
City & Country: New York, USA
Special Routing Instructions: 021001033
Swift Code Bank Identifier: BKTRUS33
Beneficiary Name: Ellings
Address: Parex Bank, Riga, Latvia
Acct. Number: 04-407-692
Details of Payment: to further credit 1007681018
First reported: Mike
Igorevna Mariya – Penza, Russia
Address: 22 Quay Street, apt. 12, Penza, 440000, Russia
Details: I met her on Match.com. Her story to me is identical to the scam story already posted. She is on your site as Iren, from Tolyatti, Russia. I met Mariya, or whatever her name is on Match.com. we have talked for about 45 days. We had nice conversation, general stuff. Then she tells me she is in love with me and wants to be with me. She wanted me to come to russia. But then she started talking about coming here to live with me. Said she would look into it. Then said she couldn’t afford visa and airfare. Blah blah blah! The usual. As soon as she mentioned Western Union I new it was a scam. She didn’t get my money. Beware gentlemen
First reported: Bud
Inucheva, Gulnara (aka Lena Bezruchko) – Tolyatti / Kirov, Russia
Address: Lenin Street 58, 34, postal index 445027
Details: Excused that her mobile is not working. She ask $250 dollars for her air fare to visit you and immediately cancelled her email account once she got her money.
First reported: Rex Judd
Second reported: Ake
Ira – Luhansk, Ukraine
Details: Use pre written letters. Hardly answer any question. Ask for money for correspondence and translation. Meet her at the Absolute agency site
First reported: Petter
Iren – Tolyatti, Russia
Details: “Visa and tickets” scam. Initiates the contact through a personals website, falls in love with you, wants to visit you. Discusses frequently what your interests, values, and future plans are with her. Spent 2 months corresponding with her before she suggested she visit the US. Started to do research and say that it was going to cost more than she expected and asks money towards tickets. If you don’t respond to her for several days, she responds with a standardized “Where have you been” message. Always sends exactly 2 images with every email, except for when you haven’t written for a few days. Ended communication by stating that I was surprised that she would ask me for money, and explained to her that I suspect that perhaps she has alterior motives. Haven’t heard from her since.
First reported: Stephen
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