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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
Tabanova, Oksana – Kargopol, Russia
Address: Street national team 35, Saint Petersburg, 195112, Russia
Details: I never sent a penny, but she was determined to scam me over $$ for a trip to the USA. “I did not know that I need the money. But I promise that I will immediately give you the money as soon as I arrive. I’ll give them to you at the airport, at your fingertips. I need to show them that the customs control. If you agree to help me, how can I get the money. I was told that there is a money transfer system, called Western Union and MoneyGram, these systems are safe and very fast. I knew you were a real man, and not leave me in trouble. My love, I fly to you, I immediately give you your $ 500. Now I will try to find the rest of the money and I will do all that we were together. I am ready to give everything for you. I love you.”
First reported: Juan
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Tabanova, Oksana – Kargopol, Russia
Address: Kargopol, Russia
Details: We met on OKcupid. She used the exact same story/scenario as Esemanova, Oksana Anatolevna – Kargopol, Russia, but different pictures. She sent over 150 different pics total. I figured it out after the same letters were getting sent in a rotation after a month and she started plugging the prefix of my email address into the letters where my name normally went. She also uses your name too much in her letters.
First reported: My Name
Tanya – Cheboksary, Russia
Details: Typical visa/ticket scam
First reported: Brian
Tanya – Gorlovka, Ukraine
Details: Writes very good letters, educated, good English, answers most questions – takes it slow.
First reported: Used and abused
Tanygina, Inna – Yoshkar-Ola, Russia
Details: She contacted me. You can guess, the last letter she said her grandmother died and she needs money so she can keep the house.
First reported: Bill