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This is the alphabetical listing of Russian scammers and Russian agencies involved in Russian dating fraud or Russian scam. 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. Most known Russian scams appear to be run by the same few groups of Russian scammers using different names and photos. Photos used in a Russian scam do not necessarily belong to the Russian scammer, and may be simply downloaded from the Internet.

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Russian scam listings are in alphabetical order according to Last Name of Russian scammer or Russian Agency Name

A: (Aa-Al) A: (Am-Az) | B: (Ba-Bl) B: (Bm-Bz) | C: (Ca-Cl) C: (Cm-Cz) | D: (Da-Dl) D: (Dm-Dz) | E: (Ea-El) E: (Em-Ez) | F: (Fa-Fl) F: (Fm-Fz) | G: (Ga-Gl) G: (Gm-Gz) | H: (Ha-Hl) H: (Hm-Hz) | I: (Ia-Il) I: (Im-Iz) | J: (Ja-Jl) J: (Jm-Jz) | K: (Ka-Kl) K: (Km-Kz) | L: (La-Ll) L: (Lm-Lz) | M: (Ma-Ml) M: (Mm-Mz) | N: (Na-Nl) N: (Nm-Nz) | O: (Oa-Ol) O: (Om-Oz) | P: (Pa-Pl) P: (Pm-Pz) | Q | R: (Ra-Rl) R: (Rm-Rz) | S: (Sa-Sl) S: (Sm-Sz) | T: (Ta-Tl) T: (Tm-Tz) | U | V: (Va-Vl) V: (Vm-Vz) | W | X | Y | Z

Abdulina, Olga Vladimirovna - Kazan, Russia

Phone: 902 670 2257
Email: olelovely@mail.ru

Details: "Visa and tickets" scam. Initiates the contact, falls in love with you, wants to visit you, asks money for visa and tickets.

First reported: Pete


Abdulrahamon Suliyat Vladimirovna - Sochi, Russia

Phone: +79528299500 and +79530857638
Address: 27 Gogolia Street, Sochi, Russia
Email:
smillingsully@yahoo.com

Details: Attached her international passport and part of Western union money transfer receipt, pictures and plane ticket. Of course did not use plane ticket, because it was a scam. She is active on Tagged.com and many other websites. Please take action to block the woman and publish this warning to protect others. 

First reported: Moustafa


Abdlina

Details: Initiated contact from American singles.com. Tried to scam for $750 for visa and ticket.

First reported: Andrew


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Abdylina, Olga Vladimirovna - Kazan, Russia

Phone: +7-8-7-902-7135552
Address: 420015, Russia, Kazan, Podlyznaya, str.28-36

Details: I emailed Olga from MatchDoctor.Com. She sent me three pics in all one slowly after another then as she fell in Love we set up a meeting. She said she could pay for the trip but then the punch-line arrived she asked for money for a computer and I told her I would not send her the money.

First reported: the kid 79


 

 

Abromova, Natalia (Natasha) - St. Petersburg, Russia

Phone: 011-7-812-950-2437
Address: St. Petersburg   194357, Moskovsky Street 40, #20, Russia

Email: alexspbru1@hotmail.com, goldspb@rol.ru

Details: This girl will send you her passport and visa details.  Once you have corresponded a few times she will say that she will come to your Country and send scanned photos of air tickets.  The scam is then she will ask for 600 US dollars to be allowed out Russia ( St Petersburg) and be sent by Western union. Guess what once this money arrives she disappears.

First reported: Reggie

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Adamova, Ina (Inna) - Minsk, Belarus

Phone: + 375 296 20 70 80 (mobile) ;
+ 375 17 220 84 27 (home number)
Address: Kirova 3-71, Minsk 220050, Belarus
Email: star@infonet.by

Details: A real person living in Minsk, Belarus. Claims to be a doctor in children's hospital. Actually is unemployed and makes living asking money from foreign men: for Internet connection complaining about its expensiveness, or for visa and tickets to come to your country. Usually works through placing her data at international dating agencies. Money are to be sent via Western Union to Inna Adamova, Minsk, Belarus.

First reported: Watching you!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adamova, Raisa - Murmansk, Russia

Phone: no phone
Address: Sovetskaya 65-32, Murmansk, 183054 Russia (later shown to be false address)
Email: raisaadam_21@pochtamt.ru

Details: "Visa and tickets" scam. Initiates the contact through a personals website, falls in love with you, wants to visit you dying to be with you and wanting to marry you, asks money for visa and tickets. Prewritten letters.

NOTE: different pictures may be used

First reported: Paul


 

 

Aklanova, Tatyana - Krasnoyarsk, Russia

Address: Charl Marks's Street 129-4, Krasnoyarsk, Russia

Details: Typical fall in love fast and asks for money for visa and airline tickets.

First reported: Damian


 

 
Aktnaeva, Olesya - Orenburg, Russia

Address: MONTAZHNIKOV 43 APT 21, Orenburg, Russia (Fake Address)
Email: olesya09@list.ru

Details: Met her through Yahoo Personals. She said it costs US$360 to get a visa. She didn't write back after i said she is a scammer.

First reported: Campos


 

 
Albahtena, Olga - Dubovka, Russia

Phone: 902 670 2257
Email: fairy@doubleracy.com

Details: Contacted from Yahoo Personals. Use Pre-written letters. Scammed US$1,1000 for visa and tickets. Scam many men at same time.

First reported: John W.


 

 
Albahtena, Olga - Volgograd, Russia

Address: 21 Cental' naya, Russia, 163523

Details: Met her through Yahoo Personals. She fell in love and planned to come and see me at her own cost. Last minute asked for money and I gave her 320 USD for she had to pay for an operation for her best friend. When she arrived at the airport she said she needed 800USD for return trip or they would not let her board the flight.

First reported: carmen@brokenheart.com


 

 

 

Aleks/Sasha - Kazan, Russia

Phone: no phone
Address:  
Email: kassaks79@pochtamt.ru

Details: "Visa and airfare" scam. Initiates the contact through a gay personals website, falls in love with you, wants to visit you. Asks money for visa and tickets. 

First reported: Bob


 

 

Aleksandra - Omsk, Russia

Address: Omsk, Russia
Email: princessa_2004@bk.ru, princessa_2004@bk.ru

Details: After about the fifth letter she was madly in love and wanted to be with me. Finally she asked for visa money $480.

First reported: Claus


 

 

Aleksandrovna Latypova, Irina aka Aleksandrovna Potorochina, Aleksandra - Primorsk, Russia

Screen Name: Julikana
E-mail addresses: svetsvet4u@yahoo.com, tevstevs0606@yahoo.com
Agency: Match.com 
Physical address:
Lebedeva Street 6-15
Primorsk, Russia, 188910
The Primorsk this individual lives in is in the Leningradskaya Oblast as to avoid confusion, as there are 2 other Primorsks in Russia in my
research on Mapquest.com.

Details: I am a full-time employed, single white/caucasian 31 year old male living in Monroe, LA. I have stumbled upon another recent scammer that has been hitting up Match.com alot apparently posing as a girl from Plano, TX but then revealing herself as from Primorsk, Russia. Her screename on Match.com is "Julikana", I have already contacted them about her as a Russian scammer as well to have her account removed and her IP perma banned.Typical bait and switch "visa and tickets" scammer, thankfully I have NOT sent her any money, I was wise to be suspicious of this individual's true motives. I have yet to resolve our conversation after she sent me her forged Visa(verified that it is indeed forged by the St. Petersburg U.S. Consulate) and at this point I don't care to.

First reported: Jay

 

 

Aleksandrovna Potorochina, Aleksandra aka Aleksandrovna Latypova, Irina - Primorsk, Russia

Screen Name: Julikana
E-mail addresses: svetsvet4u@yahoo.com, tevstevs0606@yahoo.com
Agency: Match.com 
Physical address:
Lebedeva Street 6-15
Primorsk, Russia, 188910
The Primorsk this individual lives in is in the Leningradskaya Oblast as to avoid confusion, as there are 2 other Primorsks in Russia in my
research on Mapquest.com.

Details: I am a full-time employed, single white/caucasian 31 year old male living in Monroe, LA. I have stumbled upon another recent scammer that has been hitting up Match.com alot apparently posing as a girl from Plano, TX but then revealing herself as from Primorsk, Russia. Her screename on Match.com is "Julikana", I have already contacted them about her as a Russian scammer as well to have her account removed and her IP perma banned.Typical bait and switch "visa and tickets" scammer, thankfully I have NOT sent her any money, I was wise to be suspicious of this individual's true motives. I have yet to resolve our conversation after she sent me her forged Visa(verified that it is indeed forged by the St. Petersburg U.S. Consulate) and at this point I don't care to.

First reported: Jay


 

 

 

 

Alekseenko, Irina - Magnitogorsk, Russia (aka Tatyana Kononova)

Phone: no phone
Address: 13 Bibisheva str, app#7, Magnitogorsk, 455007, Russia
Email: starkitty@nekto.com

Details: "Visa and tickets" scam. Initiates the contact through a personals website, falls in love with you, wants to visit you. Asks money for visa and tickets. 

First reported: Jethro


 

 

Alekseev, Aleksandr (aka Sasha) - Ulyanovsk, Russia

Address: Vladimirskaya Street, 84a-123, Ulyanovsk, Russia
Email:
osen@fromru.com, bagulnik@pochta.ru

Details: Typical visa/ticket scam but the scammer claims he is gay and contacted from gay.com.

First reported: Jay


 

 

 

Alekseeva, Elena

Phone: no phone
Address:  

Email:  

Details: Prewritten letters; requests money for visa/tickets and passport/flowers/english lessons etc.

First reported: Alien


 

 

 

Alekseeva, Nadezhda (Nadya) - Lyskovo, Russia 

Phone: no phone
Address: Swerdlow Street 14/3, Lyskovo, Russia   

Email: tide_04@yahoo.com 

Details: She is good. After 3 weeks i ask her to visit me in my country (Netherland). 3 weeks later she said that she will visit me and she’s going to a travellingagency for info. There they told her how much money she needed for the document, ticket and visa. About 800 euro.
She asked me to send the money by MoneyGram. Then she went to Moscow to visit the dutch ambassy to get her visum. They told her that for a visum of 90 days she needed 4500 euro’s. 50 euro a day to live. A place to sleep, to eat and drink. Thats the law in the Netherlands and is correct. After that she send me the flightinfo, also correct.
But she never show up. Indeed, she is good. She used as a emailaddress; tide_04@yahoo.com I’ve got messages from her in my own language, she used a online translator. In every letter she called my name several times, a different strategy? Now she told me that she was arrested saturday on the airport in Moscow for smuggling antic stuff.
Her own stuff, she said. Now she must pay a penalty a 9600 euro’s to be free or by judge and than between 3,5 and 6 years prison. Can that be truth? I dont believe it. She needed still 5100 euro’s to pay the penalty.

First reported: Chris

 


 

 

 

Alekseeva, Oksana - Kotlas, Russia

Address: Travel agent: "Max Travel" maxtravel-kotlas.narod.ru. Arkhangelsk, Kotlas, Kirov Street 76. Postal code 165300   

Email: oksaleeva@yahoo.com

Details: We met on match.com

She seemed incredibly sincere. We exchanged lengthy emails almost daily for 2 months. I saw only minuscule red lights. Her poetic, sincere, romantic nature intoxicated me into trusting her.

She shared stories of how she lost her 3 yr old brother at the age of 6. She felt bad as her mother (mum) still mourned the loss but she could not hardly remember him.

Her father mostly enjoyed "wasting" time in the garden.

She worked as an art teacher for teenagers. Only wanting to pass on the skills her mother taught her. She shared a story of how she saw one 13 year old student smoking a cigarette and was horrified. She complained of many drunken men in the streets and being very afraid.

A couple weeks later the fire department appeared at her school and closed it for not meeting
regulations. Her first time without work.

I suggested perhaps meeting in Europe six months down the road. She could not wait that long for us to be together. She had so fallen in love she could not wait a day.

She tried to get a loan at the bank but was unsuccessful. Finally her retired father was able to get a portion of the cost to fly to America. I told her I was in the middle of bankruptcy (true) and not able to help. I talked to the travel agency "Max Travel" (maxtravel-kotlas.narod.ru) about delaying her flight so I could raise funds. They said that was not possible because tickets had already been purchased (Red light). I did get them to delay the flight briefly. I finally flinched and sent money ($490) to her travel "agent" Elena Avdeeva via Western Union.

Oksana only spoke of money indirectly, mostly focusing on love and romance. 

I appeared at the airport for her arrival. She was not there. A call to one connecting flight airline at London Hethrow did not show her on the passenger list.

Then came the frantic emails of a frightened, innocent young girl stranded without food or shelter in the big scary city of Moscow. She described successfully getting her visa at the Moscow embassy. Only to be stopped by customs while trying to board the plane. She needed to show evidence of having $3000 to travel with a tourist visa (true I now believe - this IS a requirement).

Her following emails became more tattered and frenzied. I offered to get her a nights hotel stay and a train ticket back home. I told her to have a Western Union agent email me with instructions. She replied that the agent has no information to send me. At that point I Google-ed 
"Russian Scams" and found this site www.russian-scam.org. After searching pictures I found her photo under a different name and city. She was good. And I foolish.

Fortunately no more money was sent. I'm sure I blew apprehending her when I replied to her email with "I caught you". I only hope my faith in the goodness of people is not severely damaged.

I did follow up with a final ill-spirited message declaring that cruel, soul-less people belong in prison.

First reported: Tim

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alekseeva, Veronika - Lipetsk, Russia

Phone: no phone
Address: 57 Nedelina, 94 Lipetsk, 398000, Russian Federation

Email: veronika2@fromru.com, cat55555@bk.ru

Details: Prewritten letters; requests money for visa/tickets and passport.

First reported: Tom
Second reported: del


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alekseevna Largo Anna - Boksitogorsk, Russia

Address: Boksitogorsk, 187650, street Pavlova 9

Details: Anna contacted me to say she wanted to have emails. She then said she wanted to come to England but she had no money and would I help her with the air fare. She then after I sent her 17000 Rouble asked for the necessary money for a visa which I also sent. After she received this amount to her bank she then asked for an additional amount. When I replied very politely NO all the communication stopped.

First reported: msw456


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alekseewa Oksana - Velsk, Russia

Address: 20 Pushkina Street, Apt. 34, Velsk, Russia 165151
Email: oksafoxsa@hotmail.com

Details: After researching antiscam records, I noticed that the stories for “Oksana Alekseeva, 
Kotlas, Russia” and “Elena Awdeeva, Gryazovets, Russia” were almost exact, word-for-word, identical experiences to my own. If you are reading this now, I would take the time to read these stories. I will note the few exceptions in my story. We met on Zoosk.com. She contacted me first on 7/2/13 and asked that I only speak with her, to develop our relationship. A few days later, I noticed that her personal profile had been removed from Zoosk. From the beginning, she has appeared to be the sweetest, most romantic woman, I have ever known. She continually speaks of her best, and only friend, “Elena”. This is why I believe with almost complete surety, that the woman mentioned above, are partners in this scam, or could even be the same woman using 2 identities. She also mentioned that she was born in “Shenkursk” on 6/15/84, where her parents, “Aleksandr and Svetlana” live as “pensioners”. I am very embarrassed to say this, but she easily convinced me to send her money on 8/2/13, to cover cost of her passport and visa, 700 dollars through Western Union. I did ask the address of the bank where this Western Union was located. She replied, “VTB24 Bank, 33 Mira Street, Kotlas, Russia, 165300”. She also explained at this time, that the cost of airline tickets would be around 1200 dollars. She said that, all documents could be processed and obtained more quickly through a professional travel agency in her city of Velsk. When I asked, she said the name of the agency was “I-V Tour, Pushkina Street 36/2, Velsk, Russia, website: ivtour.ucoz.ru , email: iv.tour@bk.ru “ She said that I could write to them about any details, but they only speak Russian, but could answer any inquiries in English. I thought this strange for a professional international tourist agency. But, the 
website did seem legit. I did not send the sum for the airline tickets, because I wanted to 
get to know her better. The emails continued, becoming more romantic, and more talk of 
starting our life together. I also spoke with her on the telephone several times, but she contacted me. She claimed that, she had no telephone or cell phone and could only call from a public phone. Which ironically, she said "did not receive incoming calls". Finally, on 12/18/13, I had convinced myself, that she was honest, and sent her the 1200 dollars for the airline tickets. She could now go to Moscow, to pickup her passport and visa, have visa interview and fly to the United States to meet me for the first time. She had sent me the flight information previously, to depart from Sheremetyevo Airport on 1/7/14, landing in Miami, US, on 1/8/14, with connecting flight to Albany, New York on the same day. This is where the previous stories I referred to, line up once again. On the day she was to fly out, she was detained by Customs, and now required to have 2800 dollars in her possession, before they would let her leave. She sent me a copy of her passport and a Customs regulation (in Russian). All of the documents seemed official, stamped and dated. When I tried to send this amount through Western Union, the transfer was not approved. I now applaud the actions of Western Union, that I did not lose more money, than the 2000 dollars I had already spent. Knowing that she would be waiting near the Western Union, I called the airport and found an agent, near the terminal where she was to depart from. I had her paged several times, but no one came to the desk. I then gave a description of her from her photos to the agent. She had security personnel go to the Western Union. I waited for the obvious answer, there was no one there matching that description. My suspicions had been confirmed.

This was a red flag, and started to examine things more closely. I believe that this “Oksana 
Alekseewa of Velsk” is the same woman as “Oksana Alekseeva of Kotlas”, because my monies were wired to a bank in Kotlas. The numerous mentions of her friend, “Elena”, make me believe that, this is the same woman as “Elena Awdeeva of Gryazovets” because of the 
identical matching stories. After closer examination of her passport that she sent me, I 
noticed words missing from the document, place of birth stated “Velsk”, not “Shenkursk” as 
she previously stated. The signature was definitely a man’s beginning with an “M”, last name beginning with a “B” and ending with a “Y”. It was a very sloppy signature for a teacher at 
a school, and letters did not match up to her name. This is when I started searching the 
internet and found antiscam.org . I was shocked when I found the stories I mentioned. I have 
always felt that crimes of the heart do not have an equal punishment in society. It is the 
worse crime that can be committed against another human being. I could have been scammed out of much more hard earned money, and I am glad that it ended here with your help. As for dear Oksana, she certainly deserves what is coming to her, and then some.

First reported: Embarrassed


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aleksenko, Oksana - Kemerovo, Russia

Address: Kirov street 18 appt 37, Kemerovo,650014,Russia

Email: singleflower7@gmail.com

Details: Received an email in my inbox from a girl, respond to link that took me to website www.me.com. In the first letter she informed me that she lives in Russia. Corresponding for a while then she fell in love and told me that she would like to come and visit me in US. She told me that plane tickets would cost $850.00 but ask me to send money because she does not have the money to pay for the plane tickets. She also emails me a copy of her passport and that is when I found out that it is a scam. 

First reported: Matthew


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alexeeva Anastasya - Ukhta, Russia

Address: Ukhta, Russia

Email: anastasi_ya@gmx.com

Details: Recently I have been contacted by a Russian Lady. We had a good conversation in the beginning even though sometimes she appeared not to react on Details in my Mailings. In the end she first asked in a shy way for Money to get her visa, in the end she got more and more insisting. Anastasya contacted me on a Dating site (Zoosk) and sent me her mail address so we could communicate literately. She told me about her life and was a Kind Person. When I told something about me she didn't really react on what I said. I kept the good vibes in the communications and as I was alerted about scamming I just went ahead. She wanted to visit me in Germany as soon as possible. Her German seemed to be out of Google translator, but with a Little Imagination it was possible to understand most of it. Once I told her that I will be abroad for work. First she did not really react, then she finally accepted to visit me abroad. I told her she will be Pais all her accommodation once she is there, but first in a gentle and shy way, then always more insisting she asked for Money for her flight. Even when I offered to send her a flight ticket she insisted on Money by wire. I replied it is not possible as I am in a foreign Country and Western Union is only possible during my working time. As she understood that I will not ever send Money to an unknown she interrupted the contact in an offensive way. Please investigate the case and make further attempts impossible.

First reported: Jaun


 

 

Alena - Lugansk, Ukraine

Email: skalaly@mail.ru

Details: Answered my email. In the second letter, she started telling me that she needed a translator from Webdate.com.

First reported: Michael


 

 
Aleskeenkova, Marinochka (Marina, Natalya) - Tomsk, Russia

Email: Marina_Aleske@mail15.com, nata@mozhno.net
Address: LEBEDEVA street 11-7, 634000, Tomsk, Russia.

Details: She contacted me through the Yahoo Personals. She never answered any of my direct question. Never heard back from her when I requested of a picture of her and her family together.

Second story: She contacted me through Yahoo Personals. By the eighth email she wanted $350 to get a visa and to come visit me. She emailed me for 3 weeks before stopping after I said I couldn't give her the money.

First reported: NoCigar
Second reported: wontbefooledagain
Third reported: HEYNEHOME


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alexandrova, Tania - Magadan, Russia

Phone: no phone
Address: City of Magadan proletarskya,3-15 Russia

Details: Prewritten letters; requests money for visa and tickets.

First reported: Bob


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alexandrova, Yulia - Nizhniy-Novgorod, Russia

Email: Yulyaalex@bk.ru
Address: Nizhniy-Novgorod, Russia

Details: Requests money for visa and tickets.

First reported: Ray


 

 

Alexeenko Irina - Samara Russia

Email: lastochka1976@pochtamt.ru
Address: 40b Lebedeva Street, Apt. #4, Samara, Russia

Details: She initiates contact, requests money for visa/passport/airline tickets. Then she asks for more money to be put in an account as proof for the INS that she can support herself.

First reported: Dave.S


 

 

Aliona – Chernivtsy, Ukraine 

Details: asks for money and then disappear. she was born on the 27th of march 1973 she has 2 sons and she is divorced. She was talking to Phillip Sterling from USA and she took a lot of
money from him! She was also the member of my marriage agency www.happy-hearts.net and
I noticed that she is a lier and a scammer! 

First reported: Tatyana

 

 

Altybaeva, Dinara (Katya) - Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Phone: 99871-1253103
Email: dinaria_velvet@mail.ru
Address: Tashkent_Uzbekistan

Details: Found on Absolute Agency. Typical visa/ticket fraud. Wants you to send money to come to America. Has friend in Travel Agency with connections to get visas to UK or USA. Sends lots of photos with each email. Then some sexy pics to entice you. Doesn't want you to come to her city. Says meeting weill be "impossible". Only meeting in your country will be ok.

Absolute Agency doesn'ty care. They have many scammers in their site.

First reported: Brian
Second reported: S. Redonnet
Third reported:
Victor


 

 

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