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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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Nadezhda aka Anna/Riyna/Svetlana – Russia
Address: Russian Federation, street Lenina 85, apartment 69
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: she found me, says through a penpal site i went on, BUT i canceled that account 6 months ago? that made me question er right there as being odd. then she mentioned about “me asking her to come to us” which i found odd, i never did, so i knew she was bringing it up in a starnge way, odd…then i had a gut feeling to look under scam sites, found her photo, then info anbout her scamming allot of people under tons of names. she still dont know im aware, and its the 5th letter now, shes now starting to bring up money things, so its coming! found her on: http://www.anti-scam.org/cgi-bin/scamers-info /comments.cgi?view=1190
First reported: Joe
Nadezhda – Astrakhan, Russia
Address: 68 Sverdlova Street, Apartment 28, Astrakhan, Russia
Details: “Nadezhda” contacted me after seeing my profile on datemeister.com. Her e-mails followed all the old, familiar patterns.
First reported: Little Daddy
Nadezhda – Ulyanovsk, Russia
Address: Ulyanovsk, Russia
Website: Yahoo – American Singles
Details: Typical scam. She contacted me. Letters got very intimate quickly. Correspondence continued for only about four weeks. Sounded good for first couple correspondences, but she failed to respond to most of my questions. Said she wanted to meet in a neutral place. When I said I would go to her, she wrote that she would come to me. Several letters saying she was making plans. Then finally a letter saying she had paid some on contract with travel agency but in spite of getting money from parents, didn’t have enough and wanted me to send for travel and visa (the visa was going to be $750!). Early on I had told her I would never send money but would pay expenses when she got to the States. She ignored that, then tried to pressure by saying she would be out her money if I didn’t send her some. I have asked her not to write again as I felt she was not on the level.
First reported: Matt
Nadya – Armenia
Details: I was contacted through www.Friendfinder.com. I was almost scammed. I really appreciate what you people do here, these people are harming very innocent people and giving good Russian women a bad name.
First reported: Daniel S.
Nadya (aka Chichikova, Nadezhda, Vladimirovna) – Yoshkar-Ola, Russia
Address #1 (Oleg Pavlovich, Elena): 876 Drusbi St. Apt. #34, Yoshkar-Ola, Russia, 424036
Address #2 ( Solov’ova Tatyana Anatolevna): 8 Ryabinina St. Rm. #427, Yoshkar-Ola, Russia, 424002
Mobile Elena): 7 905 724-3522
Mobile (Oleg): 7 927 871-3171
Mobile (Tatyana): 7 902 358-7157
Emails: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Travel Agency Name: “Tuda tour”
Address: 420000, Baumana street, h. 116 room 6, Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia.
Phone: +7 (8342) 930-222
License #: 12267/02
Photo #1: Elena voice of Nadya
Photo #2: Nadya
Photo #3: Oleg – the real Nadya
Details: I was first contacted by a Nadya (Chichikova Nadezhda Vladimirovna) on Canadian Personals a free website. and I have been scammed by this group but they have taken pity on me and now are my friends. They are trying to make amends by offering to introduce me to the young woman from the photos who according to the principles was unaware of the scam. I know the phone numbers and address are accurate as when called they do reach these people.
First reported: David B.
Narostovitsina, Liliya – Yoshkar-Ola, Russia
Postal Adress: Zemlyanichaiya #-1
Agency Web Site: Nicebride.com
Details: I wrote to this lady for about 6 months then went to see her as we had made plains to do this, After I got there She was no Were to be found I had sent Acouple of thousand dollars so she could travel and also take care of her son. The after returning home She wrote to me and said that she had to hide from her ex husband. and used all the money to do this but wanted to see me again. and that she needed money fo visa and money to travel on. And if we were to get married she would need 20,000 dollars so her Mama would have A place to live and that I would have her, Unconditional Love as long as I sent her money. I sent her money and all I got was An empty pocket book
First reported: Daniel
Bank Details: Voronezh Bank chelyushintsev 149 vorone zh 394006
Details: Requested $350 to send Voronezh Bank for visa and tickets to visit.
First reported: Frank
Nata, Nataliya Andrianava – Marsk, Russia
Bank Details: ABSOLUT BANK TSVETNOI BULVAR, 18MOSCOW 127051,RUSSIA ,Tel: (7 ) (095 ) 7777171
Address once she is in Moscow:Russia,Moscow Llenina sreet,build 161 flat 37
Email address: email@example.com
Postal address: home 78 flat 14
Details: Don’t know how she got my email address, just out of the blue. Starting corresponding and she left her town to go to Moscow but when she got there she was $550 short for her plane flight and living expenses. She was supposed to come to U.S. I found her pic. on this website, emailed her back told her about seeing her pic. and gave website address and have not heard anything else from her. So watch out, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
First reported: Darrell
Details: She initiated contace from Cupidbay.com, said she’s in love. Highly paid for selling shoes. Request $2,770 for ticket, visa and passport.
First reported: Arndo
Natalia – Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia
Details: I found your site looking for the price of the plane ticket for her she was supposed to be comeing to america for me glad i found your site first.you have her listed twice here is more photos for you she contacted me through singles.net
First reported: Patrick M.
Natalia – Omsk, Siberia, Russia
Details: She initiates contact through dating service. Correspond for a time before she asks for money; for her airfare and visa.
First reported: Embarrassed
Natalia – St.Petersburg aka Galina (Galia) – Slaviansk
Details: When I had contact with her, her name was Galina (Galia), she was 25 years old and from Slaviansk. Now her name is “Natalia”; 20 years old and from St.Petersburg! She sent a falsified passport copy to another man. I have lost 600, – euro of her!
First reported: Thomas
Natalia 247 (also known as Natalia Nikitina, Julia 247) – Arkhangelsk, Russia
Address: Arkhangelsk, Russia
Details: After you have contacted some women from dating/personals sites, you receive “out of blue” a letter from a pretty Russian girl. When answer, you receive a letter from “agency” which asks you to pay for future correspondence on the name of Ludmila Domashneva. Nor the woman Natalia 247, neither agency exist.
First reported: Eric Jones
Natasha – Saransk, Russia
Address: Saransk, Russia
Details: She is from Match.com. This person fell in love wanted to come out here to Australia to marry me. Asked for US$600 for passport and visda, $2K US for plane fare. She (or whoever) never answered any of my questions.
First reported: Getreal
Natasha – Yerevan, Armenia
Details: She asked me to send her $500 so she can come and visit me here in Los Angeles CA. I sent her the money by western Union and then disappears. She stop e-mailing me.
First reported: DCipri
Natasha, Galina – Kazan / Cheboksary, Russia
Details: After 4-5 letters, she fall in love with you. Then she tried to pull the tourist visa scam on me. She stated that she could take care of the Visa but needed AirFare. I did not write her back for about a week or two. I never heard from her again.
First reported: Jac
Navalihina, Galina – Voroneg, Russia
Address: Russia, Vornoge, Puschkin str 90-295
Details: Asks for money for tickets and visa
First reported: Todd
Nazarova, Natalia – Dimitrovgrad, Russia
Address: Russia, Dimitrovgrad 433500 Russia
Details: Asks for money for tickets and visa
First reported: R
Naymushin, Alexei – Orenburg, Russia
Address: VOLODARSKOGO, 5 ORENBURG, 460000
Details: Contacts you through a gay website and “falls in love with you.” He writes in broken English and has stock letters. His letters do not respond to anything written. He sends pictures and is very convincing, as he tells of his trial and tribulations living in Russia. He says his father, who is a doctor, has beat him because he is gay. He is ridiculed because he is gay. Then, suddenly he is called up to join the milatary. He is desperate, as in the military he will be beaten and humiliated futher. Asks for money to be sent via Western Union to pay for a Doctor to excuse him for the impending miliary service
First reported: John
Nekrasova, Elena – Moscow, Russia
Address: Russia, Moscow, Pushkina sreet, build 67 flat 104.
Bank Details: BANK OF MOSCOW LENINGRADSKII PROSPEKT, 34 MOSCOW 125040 RUSSIA Tel: (7 ) (095 ) 2122
Details: Typical scammer, use fake visa. Her emails are very warm and inviting. When the money that she requested didn’t arrive, she never emails again. Requested money for her to come to US. Doesn’t answer any questions.
First reported: Bzdad2
Second reported: Chris
Nemushkina, Yuliya – Amursk, Russia
Address: Amursk, Russia
Details: I quote from her emails: “Documents preparation will go from about 3-4 days everything depends on how soon will my visa will be ready. The paperwork will cost about 812 $ USD. Darling, when I it’s learned I was just confused and distraught such large amounts. They said that to get a tourist visa to your country are difficult, but they you may be able to help me in everything. I gave my documents already on clearance, should only pay for them and I can calmly to fly to you. You just cannot imagine how much I miss you and think only about how would rather to be with you.”
First reported: Alan
Nemushkina, Yuliya – Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia
Address: Pervomayskaya 43, apartment 87, Nizhny Novgorod region, Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia
Details: I made contact her on Rbrides that have their anti scam program but did not again deleted profile! She sent me mail, told she chosen me between many men without seeing my profile. In the dating site she sais she is 170 tall and in mail she sent me she sais she is 176. In the 2 letter she wrote she is a ex model and have bank accounts in Finland and Switzerland to the amount of 80, 000 USD. In another letter she used very hard sexual words! In the last mail, number 7, she asked me to send her half of her travel expenses to travel to me.
First reported: Gerardo
Nenashkina, Anna (aka Elena / Lena / Lenara) – Kazan, Russia
Address: Russia, Kazan city, B-Chavaina 15-64 street
Details: She was found on Shaadi.com, an Indian Matrimonial site. To come to US she requested about $2300. She asked for another $2000 for her ticket.
First reported: George
Nesterova, Olga – St Petersburg, Russia
Phone: (812) 464-74-28
Address: Metallostroy,Gorkogo st.,2-13
Details: Promise to marry you and at the same time corresponding with other men to get money for her clothes, bills and travel expenses.
First reported: John
Nikiforova, Veronica (A.K.A Natalia) – Cheboksary, Russia
Address: Klochkouskaya str. 148 a – 70, Kharkov Ukraine
Phone: 380(67) 573 26 06, 380(572) 32 37 10
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Websites: 1000 Brides, A Pretty Woman, Inter Dating, UA Princess, AFA
Details: She actually exists. I had no interest in marriage with her as she behaved poorly and immaturely like a spoiled only child that did not get her way. She is very dishonest and convincing. I believe she is “white trash” Ukrainian style. Requested money to buy mobile.
First reported: Chester
Nikitina, Elena – Yoshkar-Ola, Russia
Address: Yoshkar-Ola, Russia
Details: On December 23rd, she contacted me. We talked for about 7 days until she popped the question of coming to America. Needing money, etc., etc. She said she would put her apartment up in pawn to pay half of the cost. Sent fake visa.
First reported: Big A
Nikitina, Olga (AKA Olga Kislitsina) – Penza, Russia
Address: 440600 Russia, City of Penza, Lenins prospect 24-3
Email: email@example.com, Ir_in2005@yahoo.com
Details: She initiated contact and a few weeks later, the girl started using completely different pictures with same email.
First reported: HeadIdiot
Nikolaeva, Alena – Kazan, Russia
Address: STREET DEKABRSTOV 54 APT 26, Kazan, Russia, 467000
Details: I created a profile on Yahoo Personals and She responded it and began chatting. When i didn’t send any money she doesn’t write to me anymore.
First reported: Kiti
Nikolaeva, Elena – Tyumen, Russia
Address: 28 Artaamonova 64, Tyumen, Russia
Details: She contacted me via Direct Dating Agency. She wrote to me insistently although I told her she was too you and too far away. Within a few e-mails she fell in love. She ignored most of the finer points in my correspondence and said she would come to England and could I send her $1000 to Western Union, no account no., no arrival date.
First reported: Andy
Nikolaeva, Marina, aka, Nina Lomakina (Zelenodolsk, Russia) – Omsk, Russia
Address: 644010, Russia, Omsk city, Pushkin street 74-6
Details: She fall in love with you and asks for money to get a passport to meet you.
First reported: Max
Nikolaeva, Olesya – Kaluga, Russia
Details: This scammer conntacted me initially by sending a message to my Yahoo Personals. Upon writing her back she sent a picture and we traded emails and pictures daily for the next week. She would not tell me her phone number or address saying it would be impossible for me to reach her, but she did volunteer to call me. she fell in love instantly and on the 9th email she started asking for $400 via Western Union for help filing a Visa application.
First reported: Brandon
Nikova, Elena Mel – Lugansk, Ukraine
Address: 12-34, Mirnaya street
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, SexykittenJ31@ukr.net
Details: Uses fake passport and is ask for money to help her pay bills and for her family.
First reported: John
Nizovtseva, Maria – Kirov, Russia
Address: Engelsa 12-45. Kirov, 610000. Russia
Bank Details: Vyatka – Bank. Chapaeva, 7. Kirov, 610035. Russia
Details: She sent a letter every day at the end she requested money, I did not send anything and did not receive subsequent letters.
First reported: Geert
Nizovtseva, Olga (aka Nazhiya Hairutdinova, Svetlana Chrepanova, Nazhiya-Nazha Vasilek) – Tomsk, Russia
Address: Beliscogo 9 A, Tomsk, 634050, Russia
Details: Asks for money to transfer to the following account in the fourth letter to visit to you.
Bank details: Gazprom Bank, Akademicheskiy Prospekt 5 Tomsk 634055 Russia. Tel: (7) (382) 2258592.
TomskPromstroy Bank Frunze Prospekt 90 Tomsk 634061 Russia Tel: (7) (382) 2266264.
First reported: William
Second reported: Francesco
Nosevich, Tatiana – Odessa, Ukraine
Address: Odessa 65000 Deribasoovskaya 10,kv.1. Ukraine
Details: Asks for money for correspondence then informs you of a tour the Odessa University is taking to New York and wants you to pay for her ticket. Photos used are that of Dawson’s Creek star – Katie Holmes
First reported: Pat
Novikova, Elena (aka Natalia Derevyashkina, Svetlana Kashkova, Ekaterina Smirnova, Larisa Komova etc) – Ekaterinburg, Russia
Address: 90-100 Petrova Street, Ekaterinburg, Russia
Details: Very similar to Marya Belyaeva scam. Initiates the contact herself through popular online personals in response to your ad, or by placing own ad on the same sites. Claims to be a virgin (usually 27 years old) who lives with her mother. Works as a cashier in supermarket and earns $40 per month. Informs 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. Write about her sexual dreams about you.
First reported: Paul Chickening
Novochadowa, Elena – Samara, Russia
Address: 246 New Garden street, Samara, 443000, Russia
Details: The scam I am reporting contacted me by unsolicited sending of their e-mail to one of my e-mail accounts that only receives Spam,( I only use it where the contact is unknown.) The correspondence has been for just over 1 month.
There are perhaps 100 letters that I could send to you. The letters seem to me very convincing and genuine. However, I am not foolish and have not sent money. The writer of the letters has asked that money be wired via Western Union etc.
Claiming that they only wish to come to me, with a view to marriage. and that the money would be used to buy a visa and ticket. I have avoided this and offered to send a courier to their home address to identify them, and then hand to them the cash. This was refused. I have offered to visit them personally to meet their family and the return with them to marry. They have refused that and just say “If you will not send the money I cannot come” Money transfer request is: “My love I send you the bank account of my aunt of Lena. This account. Her name: LOPYRINA ELENA ALEKSEEVNA. Her address: Samara, Charles Marksa’s Prospectus, the house 191. Bank address: Leningrad region, area Vsevolozhsky, item Murino, street. Central, the house 46 Bank name: Russky Slaviansky Bank. Bank SWIFT Code: LENOBLBANK LLC (SWIFT: SPOVRU2M). Bank account beneficiary: 40817978127000185569. Bank international account number: Russky Slaviansky. Bank (SWIFT: RSLBRUMM) 30109978400000000608. I want to inform and tell to you that you knew that that the account where you should send money it Bank account 78127000185569. I hope you of me have understood? I want to tell also to you that you knew that that on this account you strictly should send money only in euro. You have understood me about it also?? Let to me know if you have understood it also?”
First reported: Paul
Novoselova, Elena (AKA Nina Simonova, Svetlana Kazankina, Yuliya Zager, Elena Scherbakova, Nelly) – Krasnoyarsk, Russia
Address 1: 10 Dzerhinskogo str., apt.17, Krasnoyarsk, 660049, Russia
Address 2: 127-12 Sheronova street, Khabarovsk, 680000, Russia
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, NELLYHIS@LIST.RU
Name: Bin Bank
Address: Yoshkar-Ola, Mari El Republic, Russia. #14 Proletarskaya
Details: Initiated contact finding your detail from friendsfinder.com or Yahoo personals. Avoid questions and never answer them. Requests money to come visit you. Money for visa, airfare and travel expenses.
First reported: Steve
Second reported: Tom
Third reported: Bob
Novoselova, Elena Evgenievna (AKA Yulia Galina Gonchar, Galya Ludmila, Natalaya Romanova) – Alapaevsk, Russia
Address: 34-45 Tokarey St. Alapayevsk/ Alapaevsk, Sverdlovsk area, Russia 624630
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Details: Initiated contact finding your detail from Yahoo personals. Avoid questions and never answer them. Requests money to come visit you. Money for visa, airfare and travel expenses.
First reported: James
Nowitskaya, Marija Wadimovna – Avda, Russia
Address: Rus.Federation, Avda, Molodezhnaya street 5 flat 3, post code(zip) – 663912.
Details: Here is a scam that ran for 2 weeks, no money was sent. “I have about 300 US dollars yet and I think. I need about 980 US dollars from your side with all travel needs and living here till my flight! (I had 1180 dollars, but flight from Krasnoyarsk, opening visa, medical insurance and all travel needs costed about 800 dollars). For truth I did not expect I will need to buy roundtrip tickets.”
First reported: Ken
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