First reported as Olesya Korgan



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Name:OlesyaKorgan
Also reported as:Olesya Sokolova, Olesya Boiko
Variants of name(s): Alesia, Alesya, Lesya, Olesea, Olesechka, Olesenka, Olesia
Approximate age: 24
Known location(s): Lugansk (Ukraine)
Address(es): Eremenko block, 1/33, Lugansk 91000, Ukraine
Ukraine, 91000, Lugansk city, Sovetskaya str. 2/18
Lutuginskaya str., 3B/7, Lugansk city, 91000, Ukraine
Ukraine, Lugansk, 91022, International str., 17
Phone number(s): unknown
E-mail address(es): lesya@bonbon.net
lesya_sweet@inbox.ru
Lesya1@tickle.com
lesic05@list.ru
olgirl@ukr.net
Found on website(s):
Available media: unknown
Available fake documents:

Added report(s)



Report N1

I've been corresponding with a 19 year old lady named Olesya Korgan. i believe that she may be scamming me. She said that a place called the internet cafe translates her email from russian into english and my emails from english into russian.

She said that the internet cafe charges for this and she said that she couldn't afford it because she's a student and doesn't work. She said that we could send unlimited letters each month for $98.99. She asked me to send her the money. Last month I sent her money but a couple of things made me suspicious. First, she said that I was the man of her dreams. She hadn't yet seen my photo. Surely a person can't tell if someone is the man of their dreams without at least looking at him. The other thing that made me suspicious was when she said that she took a taxi to the internet cafe.
Taxis are expensive. If she has no money, how can she drive around in taxis?

Yesterday I became incredibly suspicious. I called the better business bureau and they said that they were almost positive that the internet cafe doesn't translate letters. I then went online and read something a man wrote. He said that a lady scammed him. He said that she also said that they could write unlimited letters per month for about $100.00. I looked at the girl's photo. It's not the same one I've been writing to.
I'm not 100 percent sure that I'm being scammed but I am very suspicious.
If she is pulling a scam, she's probably doing it with more men than just me.

I met her on Matchdoctor but I went to Matchdoctor yesterday and I entered in her screen name. Her ad and photo are now gone. Her screen name was ryouthere.

I'd really appreciate it if you could look into this.

Randy (USA)

Report N2

Just wrote some letters with her. They are identical to the letters already described at this website. Requested money to continue correspndance.

Kenneth (Norway)

Report N3

I have heard of these sites that expose russian scams. So I searched for a couple girls that I have written to and found this girl on here. After reading what the other gentleman had written and what her letters said to him I realize I was scammed too. She wrote the same exact letters to me. I only sent a small sum of money to get just a few more letters to test Olesya. She never answered my specific questions, but always said I was the man of her dreams. I even used another of my email addresses to write her and used a fake identity of myself. She wrote back saying the exact things once again. However I had received different photos than the previous person that exposed her did. I asked her to send a photo with my name on a piece of paper and that's the last time I heard from her. Be careful...I wish this person could be arrested. It's probably not even the girl in the photo either.

Mark (USA)

Report N4 (added on April, 20, 2005)

I live in Australia and like many other men out there, are looking for someone special to spend my life with.I was contacted by Olesya I don't remember which site it was on but she eventually hit me up for some money to pay translation fees?.Having had a few of these type letters from russian women, became suspicious of her.She has even sent me photo's of her family.Mother,father and sister Natashia.What a pity this type thing happens.She's a stunner though !!! :-)

Raven (Auatralia)

Report N5 (added on October, 13, 2006)

Contacted me via Date. After five letters wanted money for internet, translation, etc...

DJ (USA)

Report N6 (added on September, 19, 2007)

THIS LADY SCAMMED ME FOR 1700 DOLLARS.
FOR A COMPUTER AND INTERNET CONECTION PLUS THE $100 EMAIL THING SHE SPEAKS PERFECT ENGLISH AS I HAVE SPOKEN TO HER ON THE MOBILE PHONE THAT SHE DOES NOT HAVE AND MY COMPUTER WAS HACKED WHILE I WAS CORRISPONDING WITH HER (MIGHT BE JUST COINCIDENCE BUT I DONT THINK SO) IN HER LETTERS SHE STATES SHE IS 21 AND ON FACEPARTY PROFILE 25.

Roy (UK)

Report N7 (added on May, 9, 2008)

She contacted me from nowhere and in her introduction mail were data about translation agency Infocentre. 30 minutes later I received mail from Infocentre too. So I asked them for bank data to cover translation costs for 24 old beauty Olesya . And they sent bank data of their 'accountant' Anastasia Gart'kaeva - who is the only real person in this story for sure.

Felix (Serbia)