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
Ulich, Julia – Vladimir, Russia
Address: Bezimenskogo street 7-11, Vladimir city 600035, Russia
Details: This girl email me through Match.com and after a month of email back and forth she said She love me and wants to come to visits me. I was cautious when she want me to buy airplane ticket. She provide passport and visa to make it very believable.
First reported: Jason
Ulya, Uliya – Kraslava, Latvia
Address: st. Tirgus, 45 – 12, LV-5600, Kraslava, Latvia
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Details: Contacted me through Dating.co.uk – a typical prewritten letter sent to probably all new profiles on the site. She fell in love within a few days and started asking for money for a ticket.
And some very similar information I found elsewhere on another anti-scam site:
Uliya Suslova – firstname.lastname@example.org Latvia Kraslava St.Tirgus,35-12,LV-5600 Kraslava
Uliya Kraslava – Latvia Kraslava St.Tirgus, 45-12, LV-5600
Uliya – Latvia Kraslava St Tirgus, 45 – 12,LV – 5600, Kraslava
First reported: AntiScam
Umerenkova Arina – Lugansk, Ukraine
Address: Lesovaya street 22, Luganska obl. – Stanitsa – Luganska, 93600, Ukraine
Email: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: After several letter she asked me to have money to buy web cam to see me on Skype! And I sent! We talked only once on Skype! I had many doubts why she did not give me before Skype account! Than told me to have deleted here previous mail and gave me another one! My doubts grow up and so with fake name I wrote her on the mail box that she told to has deleted. She answered at unknown man: Hi dear, what happened? I’m here! Typical scammer that use so many mails to scam people!
First reported: Gerardo
Uraeva Regina – Berdsk, Russia
Address: 10 Lermontova Street, apt#5, Berdsk, 633010, Russia
Details: She has contacted me numerous times and then on the last time she wanted to get money she said she got the visa to come to visit me but she wanted me to send her 255 USD for the visa registration. Regina is a good scam artist and this information needs to go out public. I contacted Western Union they told me not to send no money to this person that said this person has been receiving large amounts of money for a long time. So I tell you this from the bottom of my heart and hopefully you guys can put this information there on your website to inform people about these predators who steal people’s money by trying to scan them into a romantic affair or friendship. It is sad that we live in a world that we can no longer have friends that one an thrust. I wanted to be a friend with this lady but then she scammed me.
First reported: Joseph
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