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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
H, Marina – Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Details: Uses pre-written letters, does not answer any questions and by the second letter her agency (Caprise Agency) is requesting money for her translations and internet use. She posts her profile at a free web site called MatchDoctor just like all of the other ladies from this agency.
First reported: Daniel
Hadjarov, Alexander (Alex) (on Yahoo Messenger) aka Petrov, Alexander (Alex) (on ICQ) – Kirov, Russia
Yahoo Messenger ID: alexandr_hadjarov
ICQ Number: 233-226-531
ICQ Nickname: alex8310
Details: Was contacted on gay.ru. Gave a sad story how his parents where alcoholics in the Ukraine and he left them both and went to Russia when he was still a teenager (Claims he is 22 now.) Shows picture claiming he is at work — clamined he had the same profession as myself. Then in later correspondence after noticing a wedding ring on his finger in a picture, when questioned on this he said oh yes he is married but she lives in another part of the city with a different guy. Married her for a job. Now claims he has no job, and when asked about his continued inquiries about wanting to come to the U.S., what his wife would think “says I asked her and she is ok with it”.
Continued to put off saying I would provide money for plane tickets/visa. Then received another sad story email about health problems. Has chronic ear problems, but no money to go to the hospital. Needed this right away. Did not respond. Now received an instant message on Yahoo Messenger addressed to “Oleg” about money problems and can he help (sent it to the wrong person by accident). Then I got another sad story about money problems and that he has to sell his computer to pay for bills, requesting help and a possible loan.
Typical tickets & visa scam. When that does not work, tries any other sad story to get you to send him money. Stories do not add up or match.
First reported: Rob
Hairutdinova, Nazhiya (aka Svetlana Chrepanova, Olga Nizovtseva, Nazhiya-Nazha Vasilek) – Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Address: Russia. Krasnoyarsk. 660028, March, 8 street.128. 12.
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: She contacted me. I did not send her money, but she had agreed to come over and stay with me.
First reported: DidntSendMoney
Second reported: Augustine Conte
Third reported: Mike.d
Fourth reported: Mike.h
Fifth reported: felix
Halas, Alena – Brest, Belarus
Address: Masherova 32, Brest 224000, Belarus
Details: Uses all different reasons for money requests: paying for emails, phone calls to call you, visa and tickets to come to your country, etc. This name was also used in the scam of Bel Tour, Brest.
First reported: James
Haustova, Sveltana – Temryuk, Russia
Email: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: She contacted me first with basic conversation. Several e-mails later she asked if I would pay half on a plane ticket and gave me a list of places where I could western union it to her. (yagbank, Russian agricultural bank, sochigazprombank). After receiving the money she said she was delayed in Moscow and I haven’t heard from her since.
First reported: John
Second reported: William
HelpUA – Lugansk, Ukraine
Street_Address: Sovietskaya street
Contact_Person: admin Maxim
Remote Name: 126.96.36.199
HTTP User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; ru; rv:1.8) Gecko/20051111 Firefox/1.5
Heyrullina, Rumia (aka Tatyana Ermakova) – Tyumen, Russia
Address: Russia, city Tumen, Samartseva street 40 – 177
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: Jeff Harold
Hlutchina, Marina – Podolsk, Russia
Address: Podolsk, Russia
Details: Initiate contact through Yahoo Personals in May 2004. Very serious and fall in love after 2 weeks. Then she started suggesting about the travel agency that can help her get visa.
First reported: ebonyprince227
Hlyibova, Nadejda (aka Svetlana, Svetlana Motivilova )- Novosibirsk , Russia
Phone: claims to don’t have a phone but work phone is 8612 982321
Address: Novosibirsk city 777040, dovaya Street 46-48
Details: She tells you she loves after about three e -mails. She asks for money for a visa to come to the U.S.A. She contacted me through millionaire match.com.
First reported: Camarchery
Holodovskya, Anna – Bransk, Russia
Phone: 011 70832756804
Address: Russia, 241001, Bryansk, per.Aviazionny, 4/2-22
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: First found her on a website called Russians Abroad. Requested money for food, clothes, correspondence, phone, visa, plain ticket to Turkey, etc. Her plain ticket money was robbed. So we planned for another trip to Finland, then again she said she is in trouble and she never write back again.
First reported: James
Hovan, Ludmila (aka Elena)- Krasnodar, Russia
Phone: claims to don’t have a phone but work phone is 8612 982321
Address: 212-23 street Youth, Krasnodar, Russia, 350002
Details: Typical visa/ticket scammer.
First reported: Carmen
Hovrova, Elena – Tomsk, Russia
Address: Elena hovrova apt-ostrovskaya street 62, Tomsk, 634009, Russia
Details: She fell in love, would like to start a new life somewhere else and with me. She then applied for a visa to com to my country and I quote: “I asked you to send me 240 USD. And I feel shame for this. But I had no other choice then to ask you. The problem is that I have only 7-10 days to pay for my visa.”
First reported: Shawn
Hramzovacv, Asya – Belorechensk, Russia
Details: The story is simple. I met her (Asya Hramzova) on Anastasia date website (www.anastasiadate.com). We exchanged over 15 letters and spent a lot of time on chat (almost everyday) before I decided to go to see her. She was charming, understanding…until I go there. I realized that it wasn`t the same person. In a week, I saw her 3 times for a total of 10 hours. While we meet, she asked me the same questions that she asked me in her letters and by chat. When I asked her for her personal details, she gave me an email address but she didn`t reply to my email and my “interpreter” told me that she was refusing to communicate with me with another way (skype, ooVoo, email,…) than the chat of the website. According to the interpreter, Asya was not used to use email…?! I felt suspicious and when I came back home, I have created a “fake” profile with the face a very handsome man (about 35 and apologizes to him) found on Internet and I waited to see if she would send to “him” (my fake profile) an invitation to chat. Within 2 days, she sent an invitation to chat and in less than 20 minutes (15,99$ for 20 minutes of chat), I had the proof that she was cheating on me. She called him “handsome”, she told him “I like you very much” even if she didn`t know him 5 minutes earlier…when I asked her: “I`m new on the website, did you find someone interesting…She replied “Not really”…and a lot more questions like that…. I was back home for only for 5 days…and she was already ready to find “the man of her dreams”.
Obviously, she wasn`t the person who sent me the letters and she was just a “toy” used by the Russian agency to attract western men. Letters, chat, translation fees, interpreter,…costs a lot but I still believing that some Russian women are true and really want to find a husband.
Did you report the scam to the agency: YES
What was the agency response: They delete my profile and they answered me: “We can`t do anything for you…”
First reported: Mark
Hryhoryeva, Iryna – Vitebsk, Belarus
Phone: claims to don’t have a phone
Address: 3rd Asina st.3/10, Vitebsk, 210000, Belarus
Details: One of the names used by Minsk group. Acquaintance usually originates from a personals site where you placed your ad, and she responded. Writes personal letters, answering all your questions. After 2-3 months informs that her aunt working at University may help her to come to USA including her in student exchange group, and asks for money for visa and tickets. Doesn’t stop writing after receiving the money.
So far 2 different sets of pictures were used under this name.
NOTE: Two or more sets of photos used with this name.
First reported: Martin Smith
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