Russian Scam Message Board – Russian Scams and Russian Scammers
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
Sabatovskaya, Katya Ekaterina – Novosibirsk Russia
Address: pass Working 14-23 Novosibirsk Russia 630058
Details: Fall in love with you. Wants money for a visa and airfare. Money is supposed to send through Western Union. The address of bank: ALFA BANK, 1 DIMITROV street, NOVOSIBIRSK, RUSSIA
First reported: Keith
Sabiryanova Lyuciya – Chelyabinsk Russia
Address: 3-10 Pushkin Str., Chelyabinsk, 454091, Russia
Details: Wants money for a visa and airfare.
First reported: Tweedle not so dum
Safonova Ilona – Riga, Latvia
Address: Skuju iela 2, Riga, 1015, Latvia
Details: Ilona Safonova DOB.1 JAN.1980. from Riga Latvia, very charming personality. speaks Russian Latvian Italian and English. we met in Atlanta and carried on long distance relation. she convinced me that she loves me and wanted to be with me and get married. she knew from the very beginning that I m going thru separation and I had 2 kids.
After 9 months of relation where she has visited me in my country and I met her family at her country. I proposed her and gave her ring, then i found out that she was continuing her relation with her ex-boyfriend (Vova) even before I met her. her sister told me this and when I went thru her email and phone I found prof that she was lying and cheating behind me.
She called me liar because I unveil the truth and exposed her to her parents and to her ex-boyfriend and said that I am violent and threatened her where as her bf Vova threatened to kill me. and she also accused me of going thru her email and phone where she had many emails and massages to her ex-boyfriend. Her ex- boyfriend was not informed of my relationship with her.
When I contacted him and let him know about us he had threatened me but later understood me very well. She has lied cheated and betrayed me and to her family and ex-boyfriend.
I was fortunate to take necessary action in order to avoid catastrophe before its too late. Be advised that she is very seductive and goes as far as intimacy to get u to believe she is real and will ask you to trust her words. she lives in Riga, Latvia. but she travels to many places around Europe and USA to get settle out of her country. be careful do not fall for her love or sponsor her thru marriage. she would ruin your life as well.
First reported: Tony
Salnikova, Ekaterina Evgenevna – Yoshkar-Ola, Republic Mari-El, Russia
Email: email@example.com, Katushafirstname.lastname@example.org
Details: Says that she lives alone with her mother; her aunt works at Moscow airport, and can get discounted tickets to your country. Claims that her aunt has an acquaintance in the Embassy who will help with the visa. First asks for money for visa ($350), then for tickets ($800-1200), than for insurance ($400-500).
First reported: Tim Ventura
So far 2 different sets of pictures were used under this name
Sapozhnikova, Vera Vladimirovna – Ivanovo, Russia
Address: Ivanovo Ivanskaya Oblast. 153043, Kalashnikova Street, house 112, apartment 54.
Details: She contacted me and apparently fell in love immediately, she would avoid some questions and of course had no phone. But somehow acquired a visa through a friend. Helped her buy a ticket, sent her $800 thru western union but then she needed $1000 to exit the country.
First reported: King
Sarymsakova, Marina – Saratov, Russia
Address: Saratov, Russia
Details: She contacted me through a personal at
I discovered the same posted at
before I sent any money.
First reported: S
Sarkisova (aka Semenova), Julia,Yulia,july – Bryansk, Russia
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: Typical visa/airfare scam. Falls in love with you to quickly then asks for money.
First reported: The money man
Saveleva, Alextina – Cheboksary, Russia
Address: Fedotova 15-67 zip: 428010
Details: Informed me that ske would be able to pay some of the exspenses but needed me to pay the other halh. Also as I mentioned that I would pay for the airplane ticket at the airport she stopped E-mailing me. She wanted $500 in cash plus airfare.
First reported: Unknown
Savelyeva, Alina – St Petersburg, Russia
Address: PO Box 23 Sestroretsk-1 St Petersburg 197701 Russia.
Phone number: (007) 812 4340752
Mobile: (007) 911 7552291
Yahoo Meesenger profile: aljasun
Reference on www.most-beautiful-russian-women.com: 6734
Details: Had no history of scamming. She appears on www.brides.ru (reference 250840) plus several other European websites including www.agencyoflove.com/L115722 www.bemylove.net/profile/L115722 http://entrust.ru/profile_i.php http://euorlovelness.com/cgi-bin/
index.cgi?c=wsm&id=2097. www.absoluteagency.com ID A5108040
First reported: Chris
Savina, Svetlana – Biysk, Russia
Postal address: flat4 number 14
Details: she emailed me. very beautiful appears to be very forthcoming with information about herself. wants to travel to USA Canada or England and claims to want a tour guide and to meet a good man.is quite warm and funny but is previously blacklisted.
First reported: Scott
Savinceva, Elvira – Ekaterinburg, Russia
Address: Ekaterinburg, Russia
Details: Typical visa/airfare scam. Falls in love with you to quickly then asks for money.
First reported: Ace
Note: Different sets of photos used
Sawosina, Irina – St Petersburg, Russia
Address: Russia, St Petersburg, Verbnaya street, build 10 flat 41
Details: Fell in love. Ask for money for visa and airfare. Then fell sick after received money that was transferred by Western Union, cannot fly any more.
First reported: Mark
Scarlett Visa and Internet Agency (also known as Dynasty Visa and Internet Club etc) – Ekaterinburg, Russia
Address: Krylova St., 26 620034, Ekaterinburg, Russia
Managers: Dmytry Baklukov, Galina Suvorova, Oksana Degtyareva, Ekaterina Mochalova
Web site address: http://www.scarlet.telenet.ru
Details: Non-existing agency. Ads of pretty girls are placed on popular personals sites. When answer the ad, you find yourself corresponding through an agency in Ekaterinburg. The “agency” promises to fly the lady of your interest to you, asking money for tickets and visa, and giving you deadlines when money should be paid, or “her visa expires”. They write good English, and pressurize with deadlines very well. You may be requested to send money on the name of the girl of your interest or one of the “managers”.
Most often connected with Alena Fedorovskaya scam
First reported: Gregory Williams
Scheglova, Svetlana – Leningrad Region, Russia
Address: 187000 Lenin street house 37 flat 51 Tosno Leningrad Region Russia
Details: After wiring the money to her bank account, never heard from her again.
Swift code bank: sabrru2p
Name of the bank: saving bank of the Russian (severo – Zapadny office) St Petersburg
Account number is 42307978255385000011
Account name: Olga bordovskaya tourist agency Esta Tosno
First reported: Antonia
Schekaturova,Tatyana – Tambov, Russia
Address: Russia, Tambov, Krylova, 17, 392000
Details: She contacted me through yahoo and we decided to meet. She ask me to send her the money for the plain ticket and the visa.
First reported: Andrew
Scherbakova, Elena (AKA Elena Novoselova) – Novosibirsk, Russia
Address#1: Novosibirsk, Russia
Address#2: Russia, Mari-El, Zvenigovo, 424789 Sovetskaya 23-25
Bank Details: MOSCOW, 107078, ROSEVROBANK, MYASNITSKIJ PR. 2/1, STR.1
Details: She contacted me through yahoo and we decided to meet. she wanted me to send her the money for the plain ticket and the visa and the insurance and last she needed the money for the travel.
First reported: never again
Schukina, Natalya – Mari El Republic, Russia
Address: Russia, Mari-El, Zvenigovo, 424789, Sovetskaya 23-25
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Details: Initiated contact from internet dating site, and after 2 emails she falls in love with you, and want to come over to marry you. She keeps asking money for visa and airfare to visit you. She keeps changing her email.
First reported: Cagan
Second reported: Dennis
Schukina, Stalina (aka) Tatyana – Vortuka, Russia
Address: Vortuka, Russia
Bank Details: Western Union, Ukhtabank, Gagarina, 6a
Details: Typical visa/airfare scam.
First reported: Blaine
Sedih, Natalya – Yoshkar-Ola, Russia
Address: Yoshkar-Ola 424000, Sovetskaya Street 153, Russia
Details: She fell in love very fast and wrote nearly all the time about love and devotion, didn´t answer questions about personal life and circumstances. She told me very fast about the “prices for visa and ticket”, I should send money through Western Union and she will come very fast.
First reported: Tom
Sedyh, Pavlina – Pisklovo, Russia
Postal Address: 15/1 Pogranichnaya Str, Pisklovo, 457159, Russia
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: I was contacted through a Yahoo Personals ad. She seemed very straight forward if a little shy, at first. Over a month’s period, she used a very subtle approach to start the online relationship….very believable, with a combination of claimed morality, and dedication…even included details of her girlfriend Svetlana’s birthing experience and related stories of her parents’ present day lives back in the Ukraine.
Eventually, talk of a meeting occurred and her willingness to come to the U.S. overcame any logic I had in the matter…lol! Asked for passport, visa, and insurance money to the tune of $220 U.S.D., which I sent to this address:
The next day, she sent an email with details of a flight from Moscow to my home state, complete with departure, lay-over, and arrival times….said the ticket for $1074 U.S.D. would need to be paid in cash, sent to the same address as the visa money or else the reservation could not be guaranteed. At this point, I finally realized I had been taken. Sad, but true…and apparently, not so uncommon!
First reported: Darrell
Semanchuk, Alesya – Lugansk, Ukraine
Address: Ostraya Mogila, 149/84, Lugansk, 91000, Ukraine
Details: Asks for money to help with the translation of her letters.
First reported: Andy
Semyonova, Olga aka Golubina, Anastasiya (Nastya) – Cheboksary, Russia, Maria Evdokimova, Julia, Anna – Ukraine, Kitty
1. Cheboksary 428000, Charles-Marx’s Street 56-92 or 66-92. Of course it is a fake address.
2. Cheboksary, street of the world 80, apt. 145
3. Lobachevskogo the house 21 apt. 15 Index=42000
Cities: Cheboksary, Kazan,Novocheboksarsk, Yoshkar-Ola, and Novosibirsk
4. Novosibirsk, Russia with a name Olga Semyonova on the agencyscams.com
email@example.com. She writes to XXX from UK and her name is Julia. Julia is on the scammers’ list on the stop-scammers.com firstname.lastname@example.org. She is now writes to XXX from USA. She tries to set up the place to meet email@example.com.
She is writing now to XXX from Australia and asking XXX to send her money through the Western Union firstname.lastname@example.org. This is her email address she uses to write to me email@example.com and her manager’s email: alian_99. Found her on the stop-scammers.com. She is Anna and from Ukraine. She write to XXX from Greece
Details: I have been scammed by this evil woman for $4900. I received 100+ letters from her.
First reported: Manny
Seregina Elena – Nizhny Novogrod, Russia
Address: Marina Seranova, Lenina str.30,apt.15, Severodvinsk,164500, Russia; Marina Seranova, Dalnevostochnyi ave., 42/2, PO Box 101, S.-Petersburg 193230 Russia
Details: Typical visa/airfare scam
First reported: S.H.
Seranova, Marina – Severodvinsk, Russia
Address: Annikova 9A, Nizhny Novogrod, Russia 603602
Email: Elenamuslima@gmail.com, Lenaser10.firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: Cell # 7-987-717-2151, 2. Magic Jack # 702-726-7125
Details: I was scammed and I knew right from the moment get go. I was not the only there were 3 more California, Texas, Alabama and Washington states in USA to the tune of (roughly $20000) by this same girl ELENA SEREGINA wearing Hijab all the time and sending tons of pics , fully covered even while swimming .
Loves to Skype, video chatting in person all legitimate and Bonafide as well as voice call you numerous times . She is ok looking but her Hijab makes her really attractive and most beautiful women you ever met . She has top Quality Forgeries for VISA that she will send you including US visa . Smart enough to exploit the nerabilities in you despite you having a strong suspicion from the very beginning.
What got me was her exploitation of Muslim religion, knowing that even if we suspected, which I believe we all did , we will still ignore that suspicion considering that she was a strict Hijabi and practicing Muslim Girl . In tons of Pics sent including the ones sent from her daily chores never showed her without Hijab . Further legitimacy was lent by the presence of several of her Muslim friends all wearing Hijab.
Some pics were inside the mosque and in some she is holding Quran. And If you are smart enough to still figure it out the last trick she uses will ensnare even the shrewdest and most astute including me …. Where her dad and she will have fake Nikah over the phone with you and then you are well done.. all toasted ready to be devoured all in a game played by this woman in the name of the almighty.
My deduction is that this is an elaborate gang using stolen credit cards and peoples Identities and may send you gifts that are strange and don’t make any sense at all. But beware of anyone from Nizhny, Yoshkar Ola as these are the hubs of all scams and frauds.
First reported: Ala Bamian.
Sergeevna, Irina Komelina (AKA Winter, Wintera)
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: Long letters about nothing, without my name, failed to answer questions. She stopped writing after I asked about these abnormalities, but then returned later with a strange letter asking for money. Emailed to different profile of hers, she used the same emails to reply and didn’t remember me.
First reported: Chris S.
Sergeeva, Natalia aka Stepanova, Olga – Cheboksary, Russia
E-mail address: email@example.com
Details: First scammed me for visa and plane fare, then $2000 USD for customs to let her out of the country and then $1500 for customs to bring a expensive family relic that was left to her. All lies and has returned my email after asking for my money back.Is now trying to get on to other sites to do the same again.
First reported: Greg
Sergeevna Oksana – Cherepovets, Russia
Address: Russia, Vologodskaya oblast, Cherepovets, Kurmanova street, building 11, apartment 7
Details: My story is related in the enclosed letters. She popped out of no where, still don’t know where she got my email address from as it is fairly new. Red flag right there. Carried on at the bequest of RSR for info. It was obvious she was fake…me out of shape 62 and her…28 YO beauty. Really? Could never happen anyway..me being retired and relatively broke.
Even with all that said I held out 2 percent hope so invested in the flower delivery at russianscamcheck.org. Bingo, Not there, never was. Oh yea, her email IP came back to St Petersburg, not Cherepovets, but I don’t know how I-cafes work but remained sceptical. Gave up parent’s names, best friend and her husband names. All alleged of course. Even “mum’s” and friend’s pics.
First reported: Steve
Sergienko, Lucy (AKA Lyudmila) – Kremenchug, Ukraine
Address: 15-85 Managarova, Kremenchug, Ukraine, 39608
Phone: +38 0536 71 57 32
Name of accountholder: Pyaranits Lyudmila Sergienko
Account #: 1001139594
Passport #: KH 372579 04/04/1997
Account #: 29091799262290
38 Pervomayskaya Str
Details: I suggested that she should take some money for corresponding as i do not wish for her to spend her hard earned money corresponding with me. I transferred the money and she disappeared.
First reported: Oliver
Severchkova, Elena – Odessa Ukraine & Anastasia
Address: Odessa, Russia
Mobile: 8 050 6585444
Details: Anastasia is the biggest dating scam company working in USA. Requested a lot of money for no service. I travelled by myself around Odessa after paying $1,270. Elena Severchkova did tell me I was not to cause problems or I would be in Danger from Valentina and this women was very dangeruos. I all I lost $5000 U.S $$$$
First reported: Dale B.
Sevostianowa, Vera – Kazan, Russia
Details: Never asked for money initially. The person who I chat to is not her but someone else. She said she will arrange a trip for you to come to her. After being sent the money, no reply from her again.
First reported: Steve
Shabalina, Ekaterina (Katya) – Tambov, Russia
Postal Address: 22 Pushkina Street, appt # 58 Tambov, Russia 392018
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
First reported: Mike
Shabanova Elena – Torez, Ukraine
Address: Torez, Ukraine
Details: I send her more $2k for her passport tickets, taxi along with $100/day (10 days) to fly to Turkey Istanbul. She told meet that she is working in a bride and dashing clothing store
and teaching kids dancing. She visits her granny in the weekends. She says that she likes you and wants to meet you. She asks for passport and flight costs from you to reach to the destination.
First reported: Ozzy
Shabanowa Lyudmila – Moscow, Russia
Address: Litowskii bulvar 30 – 7, Moscow, 117588, Russia
E-mail address: email@example.com
Details: Asks for money for a plane ticket, medical insurance and visa. Ask that I must send the money to Moscow but told me earlier that she lives in Perm and have travelled to Moscow already on her way to meet visit.
First reported: Les
Shalakhova, Olga – Kazan, Russia
Details: She contacted my brother through a dating site she managed to get $2,000.00 AUD before i intervened, she was then asking for another $1300 USD so she could get through customs. I manage to convince my brother that this was a scam and he did not sent the last amount she asked for. I hope this can help others she may try to scam
First reported: Brenda
Shakina, Elena – Ufa, Russia
Address: Head Post Office abonent/box 1382 zip postal code 450000
Details: Visa and tickets scam. She also provided the address of a travel agent (firstname.lastname@example.org Name: Artem Loginov ) with whom I was expected to arrange her tickets.
First reported: haiqu
Shandybina Maria – Syzan, Russia
Address: Sovetskaya street 41, apartment 15, Syzan, 446001, Russia
E-mail address: email@example.com
Details: She asks for money for documents to visit you, I have many photos and passport which is fake, just look at numbers codes, city, I am good man, she send photos of not herself, but a ex-girlfriend of Mickey Rourkes, she total fake, if you want letters I have many, I also have her phone number or what she gave me? Do not send money to her, also any lady that writes you, look up her e-mail address on search see if it comes up under scammer!!! thanks
First reported: Bill
Sharapova Ekaterina – Sosnogorsk, Komi Republic, Russia
Address: Sosnogorsk, Komi Republic, Russia
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: She contacted me through “Speedate.com”, and after several letters claimed she was madly in love and wanted to come here to USA. Of course she wanted me to send her $1,100 for visa and plane ticket. Was not able to answer specific questions and did not respond to to many specific aspects of my e-mails to her. I confronted her and asked for her real name and will not give it to me. She claims her name is Elena Lenka from Sosnogorsk in the Komi Republic of Russia. I discovered her fraud on my own and luckily did not send her any monies. She will rip you off.
First reported: Jerry
Shatrigina Anna – Moscow, Russia
Postal address: Poberezhnaya 127, kv.12,Moscow,Russia
Details: This so-called girl contacted me by email out of the blue. She said she wanted to come to America and she was a dancer and wanted to work abroad and then in a couple letters she made it look like she was coming and needed my financial help.
First reported: Joe
Shcherbakova Anastasia – Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
Skype ID: anastasia100287
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: This one should be stopped for sure. This girl did not directly ask for money, instead she said she loves me and wants to fly here to be with me. I told her its not possible that she loves me and that I would not send her any money. I discovered her on a website where a man got scammed by herein the name of Ekaterina Kirtaeva. I told her I knew this and eventually she stopped writing me, never denying that she was a scammer.
I have no idea how she got my email. She started writing me and after exchanging a number of emails says she loves me and wants to fly to me Her emails were generic and she never responded directly to what I asked her. She was obviously copying and pasting.
First reported: John
Shestakov, Andrey – Krasnoyarsk
Details: Visa and tickets scam
First reported: Michael
Shestakova, Valentina – Yekaterinburg, Russia
Address: 620000, Yekaterinburg, ul.Selkorovskaya 60-41
Details: Visa and tickets scam
First reported: FromMilano Your
Shishkini Elena – Riga, Lativia
Address: Tallinn Rd, 13 apartament 3, Riga, Latvia 20303.
Details: She started contact. Use multiple names. Use non-existing address.
First reported: Drew
Shipina Evgeniya – Bishkek, Krygyz Republic
Details: Asks for money to come and visit you. Visa/airfare/travel expenses. When she has received the money you are informed that she was in an accident and doctors are fighting to save her life. Then you are asked for money for an operation. After all is received you never hear from her again.
First reported: Ray
Shmakowa Olga – Moscow, Russia
Address: Russia, Moscow, Prospek Lenina 229 – 31
“Julian I am here after my visit to the consulate and to the agency so please be ready to read my long letter. The thing that mom was able to send me only 200$ due to finance problems at home, so I received a transfer today morning and I need your help. Mom told me that I can ask you about help if you are my beloved and she will send all the sum in a few weeks and i will give it all to you.
Julian I wanted to ask you to help me to pay for my tickets directly but I was told in travel agency I can’t use your help or ask you about sending me tickets or ordering electronic ones because I have a permission to use the help of the travel agency only. You see it is business of travel agency to arrange all travel things for my trip, such is the law. If I will buy ticket by myself, I will be not able to use my work visa. So you can’t send me tickets.you see the price of the trip is big enough but I can get work permission only with help of agency. If I will not buy tickets my visa will be canceled and it will be forbidden for me to apply for visa again for next 8 months.
Now I have only about 150 dollars that I expected to take with me for the first time and plus 200$ mom sent so if you will help me with 950$ I will have enough to buy tickets and have some extra money for travel needs.
Well,I will be here tonight and please don’t worry if I can’t answer immedeatelly . I have too much to do. Julian please make transfer by western union, I got transfer from mom and have all the info for it, it was so easy to get.
You should know my rent address here is Russia, Moscow, Prospek Lenina 229 – 31. My full name is Olga (first name) Shmakowa(last name) and I can pick up the money at any bank of moscow. It will be safe to use western union transfer! Please try to help me with the sum and in one month I will return you money back!! P.S. Julian dear I am sure when we meet we will have no regrets about it, I promise. I dream about our first meeting, our first kiss ,our first night………….I will dance for you, I think everything depends on you! Please, honey, don’t leave me alone I’ve done so much to start this trip and I don’t want to give up.
And as always forget about important thing, when I got my mom transfer in western union bank here I fill out the form and I send this form because I can’t get transfer from you if I don’t know this info to fill the form. I need to know Full name of the sender. The name of the town from where the transfer was sent. MTCN transfer number.
I am sending my best photos to make you sure that I look enough well for you and some fotos from my ex job I worked as model.
First reported: Julian
Shmatenko, Anastacia and Liza – Odessa, Ukraine
Address: Odessa, Ukraine
Details: Typical “visa and tickets” scam. First she went by Anastacia Shmatenko in Odessa, Ukraine. www.city-of-brides.com/ listed again is Liza Shmatenko in St. Petersburg, Russia www.city-of-brides.com/
First reported: Different name, same game
Shoutanova Gulfiya – Omsk, Russia
Address: Omsk, Russia
Details: About 1 and a half months ago, this woman initiated contact with me out of the blue via email. We corresponded altogether for about 2 weeks. During that time, she mainly talked about her life and other stuff. However, a week into our correspondence she wanted to visit me here in Australia.
She said that she’d travel to Moscow and organise all necessary travel documents. However, she then asked me for money to send her money via Western Union to pay for tickets. While I initially refused, I ended up sending the money. After collecting it, she then requested more for ‘passing customs.’
Soon afterwards, she requested the same sum again due to being robbed on the way from the bank. I sent it and then things were settled for the next 2 days. She claimed to have everything in order. On the day of her supposed flight, she claimed to have an accident at the place where she was supposedly staying. She forgot to close the taps and it flooded the downstairs neighbours’ library.
At 5am that night, I received a phone call from an unknown number, which turned out to be her. I didn’t hear my phone ring. The policeman who lived there took away her documents until she could pay to have the damage compensated. This was her final request for money from me. After I sent her the money, she thanked me and supposedly paid the charge. I never heard from her again.
I only discovered the scam when she failed to arrive or make contact with me somehow. Later, I found more information about this scammer after I reported it there. This person has used many aliases in her almost 4 years of scams and only people in Australia actually fell for this scam. Another man from Adelaide lost $2500 and I lost $5900 altogether. The Western Union records indicate that the money was collected from different outlets in Omsk. She provided me with a false location.
First reported: Nick’s Major Loss
Shoolha, Yulya – Lugansk, Ukraine
Address: Ostraya Mogila,149/84,Lugansk, 91000, Ukraine
2nd address: email@example.com
Now her email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: Requests money for visa and airfare.
First reported: Karlk
Shpinova, Tatiana Vitalieva – Moscow, Russia
Address: Bratislavskaya St 14 Apt 542, Moscow, Russia
Email: Ttattemail@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Details: Requests money for visa and airfare. After claims that she can’t come to you because she has a daughter. Said she will give back the money. Rapidly she get more problems and need more money. Ask again to help her with money and promise to come to you. All the money goes to her but she didn’t really showed up to you.
First reported: Scammed by Tatiana
Shportenko, Valentina – Cental’ naya, Russia
Address: 21 Cental’ naya, Russia, 163523
Details: Contacted me through imatch.com. After two weeks she was claiming to be in love with me and asking me to send her money for a plane ticket. Use pre-written letters too.
First reported: Mark S.
Shukiriova, Elena – Norlisk, Russia
Details: Typical visa/ticket scam.
First reported: Javier
Shulepova, Svetlana (AKA svetlana halturina) – Kirov, Russia
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: Over a period of 6 months has taken a total of 3800 dollars from me.
First reported: anonymous
Shulzhenko Irina – Gorskoe, Russia
Address: Lenina Street 5, Gorskoe, 93292, Russia
Was contacted on Arabmatching whwre I have a profile. After some writing we started using Gmail. She was very quick to express feeling … She send photos, many. She responded good on letter, and in a nice way. We did write for 1½ month, when we talked about meeting. We planned to meet in Dubai, I found all data, flights etc. My plan were to pay for ticket directly to airline. Then came the story, Passport to be updated. Visa to be made in Ukraine, Safe travel only is ticket purchased in Ukraine.
350 USD for passport
1000 USD Travel
350 USD Additional.
All communication stopped after this. Have call her, and she take the phone but will not talk. Have told her I will expose her nude picture on the web. And inform you and others. No response.
First reported: LBR
Shustova, Irina – Lugansk, Ukraine
Address: Lugansk, Ukraine
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Beneficiary Account: LUG-6762715600039687
Name: Elena Lopatina
Bank of Beneficiary: First Ukrainian International Bank, Lugansk Branch, 14, V.Shevchenko Str., Lugansk, 91000, Ukraine.
SWIFT code: FUIBUA2XLUG
Intermediary Bank: Bank of New York, New York, USA
SWIFT code: IRVTUS3N
Deutsche Bank Trust Compani Americas, 1 Bankers Trust Plaza, Floor 16, New York NY 10015, POB 318, U.S.A
SWIFT code: BKTRUS33
Details of Payment: Private Transfer
Details: Very good made up story… she made initial contact, I answered… she needs money for translations of letters and phone, and for photos.
First reported: Leroy
Second reported: Ake
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: Asks for “Visa” money, and then a letter or so later mentions needing possible help with monies for an airline ticket. Pressure, time wise, get it to her, due to her, sent by Western Union by a July drop dead date due to her having vacation in July and the Visa Agency, which she never names directly, has a deadline in which she must have the money in by or else she will not be issued a Visa in time to make a visit to me in the US. She claims to be in and out of the hospital due to some illness, as yet unnamed it appears that is the setup for her eventually not being able to “make her flight” she will come down with some illness at the last minute after all monies are sent.
First reported: John Keer
Storozhuk, Iryna – Odessa, Ukraine
Address: Odessa, Ukraine
Details: I work at an accounting firm. I am a 34 year old American male. I have never been married. I met Iryna Storozhuk a month ago on a web site WWW.ANASTASIAWEB.COM We exchanged a few letters. She semed very nice and sincere. In my last letter, she told me that she had paid for her documents and only needed a plane ticket to be with me in America. She said that she borrowed the money for her documents and did not have any more money.
She asked that I send her 1300 dollars for a plane ticket. She had to be the one who buys it through her agency. Sh e said the she can fly to me on August 9, 2013 and can stay with me for 90 days. I felt there was something wrong when she woulden’t allow me to pay with my Mastercard through Travelocity.com. She said she must purchase the ticket herself. I reported this to www.anastasiaweb.com where I met her. I send the complaint to the administraitor. They wrote back that they will investigate this.
First reported: Greg
Second reported: Alex
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