- browse latest scammers
- browse all scammers
- search scammers by age
- browse scammers by name
- browse scammers by city
- browse scammers by country
- browse scammers by web site
- scammers with fake docs
- scammers with media
- stolen celebrities photos
- check hidden photos info
- email header analyzer
- how to use our site
- free registration
- search help
- place report
- reporting rules
- place report help
- check report status
- scam scenarios
- warning signs
- resources for reporting
- not published reports
First reported as Olga
|Also reported as:||unknown|
|Variants of name(s):||Helga, Lelya, Olchik, Olechka, Olechkaanks, Olenka, Oleshka, Oleshka, Olgo, Olgunka, Olha, Olia, Olinushka, Oliya, Olja, Olly, Olra, Olushka, Oly, Olyushka|
|Known location(s):||Kazan (Russia)|
|Found on website(s):||Love Compass, Lucky Lovers|
|Available fake docs:||unknown|
Report N1 (added on November, 29, 2005)
Olya may be the most intellectually challenged scammer in the history of the Internet - Or she may be exceedingly clever!
She first wrote to me from LoveCompass, but her profile was removed soon after (hmm). She told me that she is a neurosurgeon, who couldn't get any work so she became a homicide detective instead - immediately, without any training in regular police work. (I am not making this up).
A lot of our correspondence has been about this and whether or not she can prove that either of these things is true. It became quite pointed when I found she had a profile on Lucky Lovers, in which she describes herself as
a 'seller of food'! In the end we reached a stalemate. She wouldn't send me a copy of her medical qualifications, because they weren't interesting! She wouldn't send me a copy of her detective ID because in Russia detectives don't have IDs - although she did say in one letter she had
'papers' that she shows to suspects. She described herself as a 'food seller' so as not to put people off. (I really am not making this up). Apparently guys prefer food sellers to neurosurgeons or detectives.
In the end, I said I believed she was a scammer and that I would never send her any money. We agreed to meet in Moscow - she changed her mind. She asked me to come to Kazan - I decided against it. There has been a lot of 'surreal' correspondence in which Olya declares her undying love for me (regardless of anything I may have written in a previous letter. In between, she sends me letters obviously meant for someone else - fist letters, letters asking about my children and my studies - I don't have children, I don't study.
Anyway, I've called it a day and told her I'm outing her on Stop Scammers. Someone else can find out if she robs you in Kazan. Or maybe she'll ask you for money if you don't mention the 'S' word. Maybe one of you will
marry her and all your children will grow up to be surgeons or detectives.