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First reported as Natalia Petrova
|Also reported as:||Olga Akpulatova, Olga Ksenofontova, Olga Fedotova, Olga Naumova|
|Variants of name(s):||Helga, Lelya, Nata, Natali, Natalie, Nataliya, Natalochka, Nataly, Natalya, Natalyy, Natasha, Natashechka, Natashenka, Natashka, Nathalia, Natty, Natusha, Natusik, Natusy, Natusya, Olchik, Olechka, Olechkaanks, Olenka, Oleshka, Oleshka, Olgo, Olgunka, Olha, Olia, Olinushka, Oliya, Olja, Olly, Olra, Olushka, Oly, Olyushka, Tusya|
|Known location(s):||Kemerovo (Russia); Novosibirsk (Russia)|
|Address(es):||Lenin Street 44-53, 650099 Kemerovo, Russia|
|Found on website(s):||Friend Finder|
|Available fake docs:||unknown|
I've visited your site a number of times but today it made a difference. I was considering sending the money ($1100.00) for airline tickets to a young lady who calls herself Olga Fedotova and resides in Novosibirsk Russia. I had already sent the $350.00 for the vist and had figured that that is the end of hearing from her. I did this even after I had found out that a visa is only $100.00 so I knew going into it that the $350.00 was gone...and that is okay with me. I had a little problem with the fact that she claimed that her visa would be approved within a week. I decided to check your web site once again just to give me peace of mind that this girl had not been listed as a scammer...well sure enough there was one of the e-mails I had received from her posted by a guy by the name of Steve. Thank you for confirming my worst thoughts. In a months period I've received almost one e-mail per day during the week. I have all of them saved in the event that this was a scam. I can post them all if needed.
I thought I was special and unique. This girl contacted me via match.com. We struck up some correspondence via email. Once I received her full name, I did a simple google search.
Presto! Up came the black list! Sure enough there was "the Russian girl of my dreams" using the same letters etc. to defraud others.
Thank God, the black list spelled it all out for me!
Beware and good luck!
I did not initiate this contact, and I am not a fool, I immediately started looking into this analytically. It didn't take long. From my readings of letters and comparison of photographs, on your site, I have determined that it is the person or persons using the subject names above that are responsible for the scam currently being run on me. I have not yet received any money request and have had no letter for 5 days? Maybe they are on to me. I found out in plenty of time thanks to your site!
I wanted to inform you about this person - Olga Akpulatova. The address she gave was. Lenin Street 44-53, 650099 Kemerovo, Russia
She tried to scam me for visa and airline tickets in the past two week. I have sent a copy of the 1st & last e-mail's that she sent me, along with two different pictures. I have a total of five pictures. She start out by contacting me on Friendfinders.com, looking for a male friend, told of no parents or brothers/sisters. Also spoke of bad relationship with man, she was ready to explore American men, she claimed to be a school teacher in Kemerove, claims to be 27. She as most started moving very fast, the word love came very fast, wanting to see me etc. When you asked questions there would be no response. She would write on Sat. We started e-mailing on the Jan 17th, I got the ask for money letter on the 30th.
I got suspicious last week, and started asking more direct questions, no response. I sent a courier to the address that she gave me, they delivered to the address and got a signatures for the name she gave me and address, I found odd is the courier delivered at 11:00.School teachers should be teaching! I enjoyed the attention, I like where it was going, I got the money question on Wednesday, and we I said no, and offered other alternatives, I haven't heard from here. I doubt I will, which is a good thing. I am not mad, because I suspected it when things started moving fast. But here is the e-mail, and the pictures. If you want all 5 I will send then. She also provided Western Union Info for me to trans $1,550 Did not happen.
Name she provided: Olga Akpulatova
Here E-mail: Olga2001@fromru.com
53, 2 October street
Thanks. If you need more e-mail, I will send on request.
I got a random e-mail from a woman claiming to be a schoolteacher and model. We had some contact for a while, and I was foolishly leading myself on. She kept asking me to pay for her to come to the U.S., but as time wound on, she stopped e-mailing me. Then one day I was trying to search for any alternate e-mails she might have had, and I found this scam page, mentioning her. I was heartbroken, to say the least...now, going through old e-mails and coming across hers, I decided it was time to turn her in.