First reported as Olga Loskudiva



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Name:OlgaLoskudiva
Also reported as:Maria, Evgenia, Yana, Inna Gamburskaya
Variants of name(s): Eugenia, Eugenija, Eugenya, Evgeniia, Evgenija, Evgeniya, Evgenya, Ewgenia, Ewgenija, Ewgeniya, Genya, Helga, Iana, Ina, Inchik, Innchik, Innochka, Inochka, Iyana, Jana, Janna, Janny, Jenya, Lelya, Maha, Mariia, Marija, Mariya, Mariyah, Mary, Marya, Masha, Mashenka, Mashka, Mashulya, Olchik, Olechka, Olenka, Oleshka, Oleshka, Olgo, Olgunka, Olha, Olia, Oliya, Olja, Olly, Olra, Olushka, Oly, Olyushka, Yanka, Yanna, Yanochka, Yanusia, Yevgeniya, Ynna, Zhenia, Zhenya
Approximate age: 28
Known location(s): Nabereznye Chelny (Russia); Sernur (Russia)
Address(es): unknown
Phone number(s): unknown
E-mail address(es): happy79_00lady@yahoo.com
innagam@rambler.ru
innagamburskaya@rambler.ru
Found on website(s):
Available media: unknown
Available fake docs: unknown

Added report(s)



Report N1 (added on January, 30, 2007)

I began recieving from an individual called Maria from Sernur, Marj-El, Russia.
The letters began simply enough but soon expounded a belief that this perosn loved me. I have sent questions relating to address, name and vocation but recieved no replies only further letters that seem to be almost pre-scripted and automatic. I became suspicious and googled 'Maria' and 'Sernur'. This led me to your site and my suspsions were acutualised. As far as I am aware the photographs do not match anything you have but my search has not been exhaustive. I do however use the 'search letter option' and found that the first letter I closely match contact letters from two separate listed scammers. These letters match to such an extent that I belive that they are possibly modified versions of an initil template. I am therefore concerned that these letters are not in fact being created by several different but instead are the creation of a single individual pretending to be more than one person. I would recommend that othrs cross-reference their letters with those in the database. I believe that the number of actual'scammers' is much smaller than the number of women posted here. Regards

Darryn (New Zealand)

Report N2 (added on April, 24, 2007)

Got unsolicited e-mail from Match. initial letters appeared genuine. She wanted to travel to UK stated that she had paid for visa and passport needed air fare.

Paul (England)