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First reported as Alla Tikhonova
|Also reported as:||Maria, Julia Tkachenko|
|Variants of name(s):||Iulia, Iuliia, Iuliya, Jule, Julechka, Julichka, Julie, Juliya, Julusha, Julya, Julye, Macha, Maha, Mari, Mariia, Marija, Marishka, Mariya, Mariyah, Mariychika, Mary, Marya, Masha, Mashenka, Mashka, Mashuk, Mashulechka, Mashulecka, Mashulka, Mashulya, Mrusya, Ulenka, Ulia, Uliya, Ylia, Yliya, Ylya, Yula, Yulchika, Yulchona, Yulechka, Yulia, Yuliah, Yulichka, Yulija, Yuliy, Yuliya, Yulosha, Yulosha, Yulusha, Yuly, Yulya, Yulyasha|
|Known location(s):||Lugansk (Ukraine); Moscow (Russia)|
|Address(es):||Vatutina Street, 93-51, Lugansk, 91040, Ukraine|
|Found on website(s):||Atareks, Bride, Radar Love, Russian Ladies|
|Available fake docs:||unknown|
Saw her on Atareks. Wrote her to say Hi. She wrote back with something that made me a little suspicious, but I didn't save that email. I wrote her about my suspisions and she lambasted me telling me about how I had written her first. Was supposed to be fluent in English, but then "confessed" that she was using a translator, who was expensive...
I told her I would get them translated here, so then came the "I am sick and it is going to cost...
I really liked her. Her letters were intelligent, interesting, and she answered questions with what seemed to be genuine answers. When I finally told her there was too much suspicion of her motives to go on she told me I was afraid of commitment.
Sweet Yulasha (yeah right) contacted me from Radarlove where her profile was posted. And already in her first letter she indicated how strongly she felt for me, etc, yadi-yadi-yada. I was suspicious right off the bat why a gorgeous looking young women would be interested in a gorgeous handsame old guy like me, but decided to let it play out. In about her 3rd letter of undying love, she indicated how she never has enough money for things like travle and visas (and my internal alarm bells went off - or I should say - my gut feelings were confirmed).
In a follow-up letter, she mentioned how much she would love to be able to talk with me and that she had seen this cellphone for sale but it was way too expensive for her, etc. Then, when I reminded her (just my way of confirming what I knew all along) that she did not mention her birthday that was last week, she gave me this big sob story about how her mother needed to go into the hospital and that she now had no money to purchase that cellphone, which was only $250 dollars U.S. (how convenient, she did the currencey exchange for me).
When I asked her how she could afford the monthly service fee and long-distance charges (that she'd surely would incurr) she quicky replied and suggested that I don't trust her and that if that was the way it was, maybe we better forget it alltogether (and my heart of course was "broken" given that this was the women soooo in love with me after only about 3 emails! :) So, I decided to call her bluff and suggested that I could purchase the phone for her if she would give me the name of the store in her city and she could then either pick it up or I could have the store deliver it to her address. You can well guess the results: She could not remember the store, only the manufacturedr of the phone, and, since I did not seem to trust her, she did not feel comfortable giving me her address (surprise surprise). Oh, and when I told her during that exchange of emails that I think I knew the magazine her lovely model pictures came from, she somehow saw it fit to change her profile picture on Radarlove So, another scammer busted! Interesting that they are using cellphone purchases as a way to test ability to extract money. Nice try, but do they really think we are that stupid?