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First reported as Alexandra Kyzmenko
|Also reported as:||unknown|
|Variants of name(s):||Aleksa, Aleksandra, Alexa, Oleksandra, Sasha, Sashenka|
|Known location(s):||Donetsk (Ukraine); Lugansk (Ukraine)|
|Address(es):||Ukraine, Donetsk, Shahterskaya street, 3/42|
|Found on website(s):||Absolute Agency|
|Available fake docs:||unknown|
Report N1 (added on February, 16, 2006)
She talked me into working with her travel agent (Avia Tour). I was guaranteed that there would be no problems with her getting a visa and that it takes no more than 10 days. Well, now I know that it is almost impossible for a woman her age to get a tourist visa to the US. On the day before her flight she told me that she couldn't get a visa. So I told her that I was flying out to Donetsk to meet her. That same day she called and said that she wasn't ready to meet me now and that we should wait until later. No reason given.
The travel agent gave me their bank information as:
Luganskiy Fil, Lugansk
ST, KOCYUBINSKOGO, 3B
I wired money which they said that they could not access because of the wrong address. Then they had me wire money directly to Aleksandra. Which I did.
And, of course, do you think that I will see the money again?
It was a good learning experience and a wake-up call.
Good luck to all of you out there. If she asks for money, run.