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First reported as Oksana Zhukova
|Also reported as:||unknown|
|Variants of name(s):||Kensij, Ksusha, Ksushka, Ksyusha, Oksanka, Oksanochka, Oksanushka, Oksusha, Oksy, Oxana, Susha|
|Known location(s):||Lugansk (Ukraine)|
|Found on website(s):||unknown|
|Available fake docs:||unknown|
I have seen a report on the UAProfiler web-site about this lady.
I was a little surprised - I had recently arranged to visit her!
We had two series of correspondence - the first ended when we agreed to meet in Kiev, but she said we needed a translator at $10 per hour (reduced from the usual $50 as a favour!). I was a little suspicious about this, so I decided not to go. I told her I thought seh was trying to scam me and she became quite indignant, protesting her innocence.
Recently, Oksana wrote to me again. Although I suspected she was a scammer, I could not be sure, and she is very attractive? I think she has scammed me in little ways - asking for help with her email costs and asking for help to pay a bribe to an official, for her degree certificate.
Apparently without the bribe she would have to have sex with the official
After this request, I did a trawl through the Interent, using her name and then her email address - and found her on your site. I challenged her about this. At first she said someone had 'stolen her photos'. When I pointed out thay were also using her email address, she remembered that in fact she had written to someone asking for a little money to help her mother!
Oksana says she cannot speak English, but I think probably she can. Hence the interpreter scam. She has a translator called Katya, who may or may not be real. When things are not going well, Katya will intercede on Oksana's behalf, saying that she is a good, honest girl.
As scammers go, Oksana is OK she has cost me only a little and we have had some good correspondence - mostly it has been painless and she is not greedy, although Peter seems to have been hit harder. She is very friendly, very persuasive and very attractive as you can see from her photos.
I can only wonder what she had planned for me if I actually went to Lugansk! She offered Katya's services for free and invited me to find my own room, so I don't think she could have easily taken money from me.
Sadly, I cannot take the chance!