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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
Efimova, Lidiya – Kazan, Russia
Address: Gorkovskoe shosse 43/1, abonementniy jashik-42. 420004 Kazan Russia.
Details: Quickly fell in love. Requested money to come and meet.
First reported: Xerxesse
Egorova, Tatyana (Tanya, Lubov Koroleva (Luba), Nadegda leontyieva (Nadia)) – Yoshkar-Ola, Russia
Address: Yoshkar-Ola, Russia
Details: Write poetic letters and very romantic. Ask for money to come to you. When requested money is sent, she disappear. Now listed at American Singles site, singlescrowd.com and meetic.fr.
First reported: Richard
Egoshin, Sasha/Alexandr – Kazan, Russia
Address: Kazan, Russia
Details: Typical “visa and tickets” scam. Falls in love with you, wants to visit you, asks money for visa and tickets via Western Union. Sends copies of air ticket and visa. The day she is supposed to arrive her mother calls and informs you she has had an accident and will not be able to travel
First reported: Wink
Egoshina, Galina Irina – Samara, Russia
Address: Gertsen st, 78-16, Russia, Samara, index 152637
Phone: 011 78362964022
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: For the first 8 months she sounded normal. Didn’t mention about money and doesn’t answer all questions. After sending money for tickets, she vanished. I never heard from her again.
First reported: Yukamar
Egoshina, Julia Vasilevna – Smorodnka, Siberia Russia
Bank: Lesosibirsk, United Bank- Eniuseisk, 114 Gorkogo street
Details: Julia will not answer a lot of question asked of her but will send many photo of her. Several letters later, she will start to fall in love. She tell you she has good or bad you decide. that she is coming to visit you. she will tell you she applied for visa, and she paid for the fastest more costly method to get the visa in 2 to 3 weeks. then she tells me about seasonal flooding and may loose power. After all of this then come the request for $ 375 US$ and a copy of her visa, and a flight schedule. Now she will say she used the same company and cried out a deal for a cheaper ticket, accepted and reserved the flight.
First reported: Ed C. USA
Details: This girl meets people in chat rooms and tries to scam them out of their money. It was too good to be true.
First reported: Billy F.
Ekaterina (Kate777, Kisik2004)
Listed on: www.findsomeone.co.nz
Email: email@example.com, Kisik04@bk.ru
Aliases: Anastasia Fedorova/Nastya from:- Syktyvkar
Eketarina from: Kemerovo
Ludmila Shakirova from: Kazan
Natasha Machihina from: Cheboksary
Natalia Komarova from: Chelyabinsk
Ekaterina Moskvicla from: Krasnodon Musa Voroma from: Perm
Details: Well known Scammer trying to scam still.
First reported: Michael H.
Ekaterina – Perm, Russia
Address: Russia Perm Lenina 24-31 614028
Email: Milashka_123@front.ru, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: Initiates contact. Falls in love with you, wants to visit you, asks money for visa and tickets. The photos used are from totally different person.
First reported: Johnny
Ekaterina – Vologda, Russia aka Anna – Ukraine aka Golubina, Anastasiya (Nastya) – Cheboksary, Russia aka Evdokimova, Maria aka Julia aka Kitty, and aka Semyonova, Olga
Email address: email@example.com
Details: Well, I am recently divorced, I had the hopes of finding someone new. I live in the US, Florida. I live in Orlando basically, and she had her address as Orlando also. Well I sent her a message and she replied with a message with her email address in it. At the moment we have exchanged a few letters, till I found your website and saw her picture there. I like sites like yours and keep up the good work.
First reported: Anthony
Ekaterina – Volgograd, Ukraine
Address: Volgograd, Ukraine
Details: Contacted me out of the blue, progressed rapidly, asked for $
First reported: Duke
Ekaterina – Zvenigovo, Russia
Address: Zvenigovo, Russia
Details: She contacted me through date.com e-mail. She included her address. Her picture was tempting enough for me to write her back. We exchanged few letters. The quality of her English varied from one message to another. Her letters were very romantic. I wrote that I would come to visit her, and then she’s stopped responding.
First reported: Duke
Elena – Brest, Belarus
Details: Contacted me from either Date.com or Friendfinder.com. Did a mistake with name addressing. Found her on blacklist.
First reported: Thomas
Elena – Vladimir, Russia
Details: I caught on to the “form letters” where none my questions were answered. Sent a lot of pictures.
First reported: DLG
Elena (aka Tatyana Berezina, Elena Medyanik, Luba Pirogova, Tatyana Tyumen, Elvira Muchametova)– Yenakievo, Ukraine
Phone: 38 (067) 604 7481
Details: I met her on a marriage website called cherry-blossoms.com. She started out legitimate then fell in love fast. Then wanted to come and see me in America.
First reported: James
Elena / Lena / Lenara (aka Nenashkina Anna Vladimirovna) – Kazan, Russia
Details: Initiates contact. Typical “visa and tickets” scam. Falls in love with you, wants to visit you, asks money for visa and tickets.
First reported: Bob
Elenochka – Samara
Details: Don’t give any address, or phone number, madly in love with you.
First reported: jim
El’sukova Alexandra – Tatarstan, Russia
Address: 22010, apt B15, town Arsk, Republic of Tatarstan, Russia
Details: Typical “visa and tickets” scam. Falls in love with you, wants to visit you, asks money for visa and tickets.
First reported: Jim
Elterova, Nadezhda – Yoshksar-Ola, Russia
Details: Initialy I wrote to 5 girls and then after a few more letter I narrowed it down to one, Nadya. I thought that the relationship was going well. I joined a message group that has members who are/have girlfriends and such who live in Yoshkar-Ola and I found out through them and then a former employee, that they are scamming. I found out that Nadya was not a participating member of the agency. For all I know now, she never went to the agency. I ended it quickly.
First reported: Goblin
Epifanova, Kseniya – Yoshkar-Ola city, Russia
Address: Respublika Mari-El, Yoshkar-Ola, Mashinostroiteley 26, abonementniy jashik 92, 424003.
Details: I have sent this woman $1400 for visa and tickets and passport. Now all the sudden she needs more for her sick mother.
First reported: Once Bitten -Twice Shy
Erina, Angelika – Berezovka, Russia
Address: 79 Veteranovo, Berezovka, Russia 658060
Listed on : americansingles.com
User name: vilochka from Levino, RS37, Russia
Details: Contacted me through friend finders. She felt I was her soul mate and that we were destined to be together. She tried to get 700 out of me for supposedly pocket money for when she would get here.
First reported: Koticoyote
Second reported: Antonio N.
Ermakova, Tatyana (aka Rumia Heyrullina) – Tyumen, Russia
Address: Russia, city Tyumen, Republik Street 49
Details: Very similar to Marya Belyaeva scam. Initiates the contact herself through popular online personals in response to your ad. Claims that she can obtain visa to your country for $350 with the help of “firm” in her city, then asks for money for tickets, then for insurance.
First reported: Jay Edmund
Ermolovich, Elena – Kranodar region, Anapa, Russia
Email: abrowena@ yandex.com
Address: Ostrovskogu Street, house 24, App 8, Kranodar region, Anapa, Russia
Details: She scamed me. I have sent her nearly 30000 Rubbles for phone and international passport. She did not use the money to pay for any of these items. Now she is not responding to my emails.
First reported: Enosh
Esemanova, Oksana Anatolevna – Kargopol, Russia
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: Met on Zoosk but said she wasn’t a member and lured me to her Email address. She said she was an art teacher for 10 and 12yo girls. She taught sewing and knitting and just wanted to pass on the skills she learned from her “mum”. She told me she had a brother but lost him when he was 6 and she was 3 years old. She said she can barely remember him but her mother was still in mourning and she feels bad for her. She said her dad liked wasting time in the garden. She also told me I reminded her of her father. Her parents live in Nicolsk, a small town about 2hrs away by bus. She complained about drunk men harassing her in the park and therefore doesn’t drink. Also told me a story about being very upset when she saw one of her students smoking. This girl is very sweet and very convincing that she is a naive girl from a small city in north east Russia. She talks about spending a lot of time in the park and would love to walk with you there holding hands and getting to know each other. About 3 weeks in she said that the fire department came in to inspect and closed her school because of violations. She never asked for money and seemed strong and independent. Don’t get me wrong…this is a very clever scam artist. After writing every day for 2 or 3 months and professing her love she suggested that we meet and would love to come to New York to live. She claimed to have visited the ‘tourist agents’ in her town and needed $640 for her passport and visa. Her plane fare would cost another $1000. When I suggested I could find her tickets online for half that cost she said that her travel agents, Putevka, would pay for her travail expense to St. Petersburg and would counsel her about the visa hearing and would take care of her hotel expenses and take her to the airport to catch the flight that I payed for. The day I was getting ready to pick her up from the airport I received a letter saying she was very upset and didn’t know what would be. Customs needed her to show $3000 to prove she could support her stay in New York. She said that she would return that money as soon as she arrived. I called the US Consulate in St Petersburg and got very little help. I also questioned her extensively about her documentation and foolishness of customs demanding to see cash and the dangers of a young girl carrying such a large sum of money. She had answers for everything and produced papers and proof of her passport and visa. I believe these were all photo shopped forgeries. The thought of a girl that I cared about being stranded at Pulkovo Airport and her desperate pleas for help drove me to send her the money a week later. She was very excited and couldn’t wait to be together. She gave me the flight information and as I was getting ready to pick her up again I received a letter saying she had been foolish and was hit over the head and robbed of the $3000 before she could show customs. This girl is very persistent and very clever. Trust me when I say she is only after your money. She doesn’t care about any hardship you are experiencing as long as you send her money. You will be left broke and heartbroken and she will walk away with your hard earned money. I would love to see her caught and prosecuted for her crimes but it is very difficult because she is half a world away.
First reported: David
Esina, Natalya – Nizhnekamsk, Russia
Address: Nizhnekamsk, Russia
Email: Natal.email@example.com and Nata.firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: I transferred in 2012 634 euro for tickets visa assurance etc and after transfer she was in Moscow and asked for more money because the customers said you need 1500 euro on yr account otherwise we do not let you go on the plane………. I did not transfer anything else and than you hear nothing anymore.
First reported: Henk
Evdokimova, Maria aka Golubina, Anastasiya (Nastya) – Cheboksary, Russia, Julia, Anna – Ukraine, Kitty, and Semyonova, Olga
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
Evgeniya – Bishkek, Kazakhstan
Address: Usenbaeva 6/15, Bishkek
Details: Falls in love after 3 emails. Works in conjunction with a fake agency requesting money for a type of ‘travel package’.
First reported: Joey
Evgenia (aka Galkina Irina – Sokur, Russia) – Samara, Russia
Address: Samara, Russia
Details: She never directly asked me for anything but hinted about money several times. I suspect it was only a matter of time before she started asking. I saw her picture listed with a different name on this site.
First reported: John
Evkovich Svetlana Aleksandrovna – Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
Address: Lenina 21/125, Nizhny Novgorod, 603002, Russia
Details: Asking money all the time for living expenses, telling me that in order to obtain Covid injection it will cost $400 and the same additional for her mum. Intially ask me to transfer the money to account below but later ask to transfer the money with Bianace. All the time how much she loves me, and i the same time asking for more money.
Here is my bank account.full name: Evkovich Svetlana Alexandrovna, account number: 40817840907400002690, bank: AO “ALFA-BANK”, 27 Kalanchevskaya str., Moscow, 107078, SWIFT: ALFARUMM
First reported: Kent
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