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First reported as Marina Omelchenko
|Also reported as:||Evgenia Wirshynina, Natalia Litvinina, Janee Vershinyna|
|Variants of name(s):||Eugenia, Eugenija, Eugenya, Evgeniia, Evgenija, Evgeniya, Evgenya, Ewgenia, Ewgenija, Ewgeniya, Genya, Janee, Jenya, Marinka, Marinochka, Marisha, Maryna, Marynochka, Nata, Natali, Natalie, Nataliya, Natalochka, Nataly, Natalya, Natalyy, Natasha, Natashechka, Natashenka, Natashka, Nathalia, Natty, Natusha, Natusik, Natusy, Natusya, Tusya, Yevgeniya, Zhenia, Zhenya|
|Known location(s):||Alchevsk (Ukraine); Dnepropetrovsk (Ukraine); Lugansk (Ukraine); Metalist (Ukraine); Petrovka (Ukraine)|
Ukraine, Dnepropetrovsk, Frunze str., 4/139|
Ukraine, 47000, Dnepropetrovsk, The Davidova str., 27/18
Ukraine, 91000, Metalist, Lenina street, 12
|Found on website(s):||Date Me Free, Free DateZ, RBrides, Site 2 Date|
|Available fake docs:||unknown|
Report N1 (added on December, 29, 2006)
I saw Marina at Date Me Free and I contacted her. She wrote me a few letters telling me about her life. She did not answer any questions that I asked. She did not even provide her full name after several requests. Today I got the letter from her requesting me to contact her "translation agency" if I wanted to continue corresponding. She claims to live in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine but her e-mails are coming from Lugansk from the same address as 50 other women that have written to me. The address is Frunze Str. 4/139, I know it well.
Report N2 (added on added on March, 7, 2007)
She tried to get me to pay for translation her interpreters ate talented resources.
Report N3 (added on March, 15, 2007)
Shortly after I had registered on the Rbrides website I received an email from Marina saying that she was interested. After a couple of letters, she asked me to get in contact with agency.
Report N4 (added on March, 22, 2007)
Transation agency scam. However, more interesting is the fact that she, or her photos, also appear on a hooker site as 20 y.o. Alina
Report N5 (added on August, 9, 2007)
I saw this girl here with different addresses email that that which it me A gives email@example.com here firstname.lastname@example.org the address that it gave me it requires under for one limps of translations.
I have somes photo from here sorry for my english.
Report N6 (added on October, 18, 2007)
Not sure if all the photos are of the same woman but very pretty and professional. After a few letters, her translation account runs dry and she needs you to send her your hard earned money.
Report N7 (added on March, 14, 2008)
Ask money for translation of letters. Registered on you site as Evgenia Wirshyna & Marina Omelchenko
She is on site site2date.
On the same site are also:
Olga from Primorsk
Report N8 (added on March, 28, 2008)
She writes me three letters and loves me so muc. And after this, I receive one letter from a traslation company asking me money for continue writing each other.
Report N9 (added on April, 18, 2008)
Typical translation scam. First three attachments are the introductory letters where “Janee” falls in love immediately without ever receiving even one photograph of her future husband and man of her dreams. The scammer is obviously working the more lonely and desperate men out there genuinely trying to better their lot in life. Too bad, take this one off the menu. Any woman that looks like this does not have to search for her “soul mate” by advertising on dating sites. Same goes for all of the other beautiful ladies that look too good to be true that you will find on the more unscrupulous sites out there. I found “Janee” on RBrides and started the baiting game. The translation company couldn’t get it right either…never did send me their exorbitant price list. What a bunch of idiots! By the way, I am a happily married man and do this for the sake of all the really good FSU women out there that are getting a bad rap because of a few scammers. (Plus, it is a good form of entertainment for my wife and I.) My wife happens to be a beautiful Russian woman I met through a free dating site on the Internet. We have been married nearly eight years now and she still hasn’t asked me for any money. Let that be a lesson learned guys. Real women from the FSU with serious intentions will NEVER ask you for money…NEVER!
Report N10 (added on May, 2, 2008)
After 4 email I recieved this email requesting money for translation services.
Report N11 (added on June, 2, 2009)
Typical translation scam from Luhansk.