First reported as Ekaterina Rumyantseva



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Name:EkaterinaRumyantseva
Also reported as:Veronica Kudryashovam, Arhidya, Snezka
Variants of name(s): Catherine, Ecaterina, Ekaterinacka, Ekatrina, Kat, Katarina, Kate, Katerina, Kath, Katherin, Katherina, Kati, Katia, Katiya, Katja, Katka, Katrin, Katrina, Katty, Katushka, Katy, Katya, Ket, Ketrin, Veronika, Yekaterina
Approximate age: 28
Known location(s): Bobrov (Russia); Rostov (Russia); Voronezh (Russia); Yaroslavl (Russia)
Address(es): Russia, 152150, Yaroslavl region, Rostov, 3-1 Polevoy lane 3
Phone number(s): unknown
E-mail address(es): arhidya@yahoo.com
podsnezka@yahoo.com
Found on website(s):
Available media: unknown
Available fake docs: unknown

Added report(s)



Report N1 (added on June, 15, 2005)

She was real smooth, never sent the emails fast she spaced them about a week apart. She also used a real good story that she was a teacher and was coming over on a work visa program though her government. Even
called me once but cut off the call in like 30 seconds. As the scams go I have seen on the internet hers here is one of the better ones. Too bad people can use all this creativeness for good. She has'nt asked me for money yet but her next letter she will. I was thinking of emailing her
first to ask her for cash to help my sick father in the hospital hehe. I had the US Embassy in Moscow run a check on her visa she sent me in the email. Ofcouse it is false. I did have fun tracking her info down on the
blacklist and things. Like they say live an learn. I knew not to sent any money, I hope this info helps others out there.

Steve (USA)

Report N2 (added on June, 25, 2005)

She did ask me for $ 1200 , to get to the U.S., I didn't send it and have not heard back from her since.

Frank (USA)

Report N3 (added on June, 28, 2005)

I found your site while searching for Ekaterina Rumyantseva and read the report from Steve . His letters were exactly the same as the ones I have been receiving.

Guy (USA)

Report N4 (added on July, 1, 2005)

I wish I had caught onto this one earlier. She posed as a Russian physician this time and we corresponded via email for about two months. As the others have said she spaced her letters out very well. The long and short of it was that she was "selected" to come to the U.S. as a part of a government exchange program for physicians. I must admit that she was very believable at the time and she called me also but we were cut off after 30 seconds or so as well. I found it rather amusing though that she $1000.00 to cover her travel expenses to come to the U.S. Wouldn't her govenment have the ability to cover that after all? She insisted that I wire transfer the money via Western Union, which I politely refused. I haven't heard from her since. I wish now that I had kept her photos and letters because they are identical in most cases to those that are already posted.
It's a shame that she can't find a better way to make a living.

Gregg (USA)