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First reported as Natalia Morozova
|Also reported as:||Ekaterina Demakova, Alena|
|Variants of name(s):||Alenka, Alenush, Ali, Aliona, Ally, Alona, Alyona, Alyonchik, Alyonka, Catherine, Ecaterina, Ekaterinacka, Ekatrina, Kat, Katarina, Kate, Katerina, Kath, Katherin, Katherina, Kati, Katia, Katiya, Katja, Katka, Katrin, Katrina, Katty, Katushka, Katy, Katya, Ket, Ketrin, Nata, Natali, Natalie, Nataliya, Natalochka, Nataly, Natalya, Natalyy, Natasha, Natashechka, Natashenka, Natashka, Nathalia, Natty, Natusha, Natusik, Natusy, Natusya, Olena, Tusya, Yekaterina|
|Known location(s):||Kazan (Russia); Yoshkar-Ola (Russia)|
Yamasheva str., 36-127, Kazan, 420000, Russia|
Surikova street, block 82, apartment 106, Kazan, Russia
Ieshpay street, block 112, apartment 27, Joshkar-ola, Mari El, Russia
|Phone number(s):||7(903) 050 68 64|
7(906) 139 30 40
|Found on website(s):||Lucky Lovers, Yahoo Personals|
|Available fake docs:||unknown|
I replied to this person's initial letter, without seeing a photograph. The photo she sent was of another girl named Katya, that had written 2 months earlier. I did not responde further, suspecting a scam.
However, without solicitation two subsequent letters followed, the latest declaring love (after 3 weeks of no email contact and only 1 proir reply), and asking for $175US to pay for visa processing (See letters).
I must admit to being suspicious from the first letter because of the two different names being used in the opening letter. And just a couple of weeks after that first letter she is apparently visiting Australia (probably about $2000 in airfares) but needs $175 for a visa and medical
insurance. Hmmmm, now I am very suspicious.
No money was sent.
A fews letters and photos, no answer to any question, and the stupid try: she wants to comme to me but needs money.
The technique of this young lady as a scammer makes me hope that she has some other job to prevent her from starving to death. Should anyone bother to read her letters it will be clear the translation program she uses has a virus or is set on "scramble" as they are nearly unreadable. The scam started in letter number three and the request for cash came in letter four, it is the usual ticket/visa scenario. I should thank her as she has afforded me great amusement and the pictures are most becoming.
After a tree letters and photos, she wants to come to mee and needs money for the travel. Classic and stupid.
Always stunning pictures attached. From the third letter onwards I noticed that she did no respond to the questions and statements made in my letters to her so I decided to play the game and to watch how she will do it. Expectedly she asked for money. She has a clever strategy but very bad deploy. Out of the blue she explained that she made the necessary arrangements for airline tickets and visa and stuff althoug we never "talked" about a meeting before. She claims that the management of the company she works for bears the cost for her vacation becuase she did not have any for a long long time. But - surprise surprise - she needs 150 bucks for medical insurance and some visa stuff etc.
I recieved almost all the photograps I saw on your site also many letters, she asked me also money, but we never discussed a trip o here, she told me that she is busy to make her documents right and she offers to join me next week. She is a beautiful lay to see but her English is terrible.
We exchanged a total of 6 emails. Starting with the fourth email she started implying that she would be able to visit and I should provide her with the city and airport so she could get her tickets. The employer was paying for her trip and the sixth email was asking me to send money to her bank for her to process her visa so that she could arrive as soon as possible.
Approximately the 6th or 7th letter she has tried to get me to pay to help her get to the United States. She said she is paying for everything else. $175 dollars US.
Report N10 (added on April, 12, 2005)
Asked for money in the 8th letter (Visa, Passport, Document registration - fast by special service in her town)
At first, quite good letters, addressed by name mostly. The English and grammar were good, I have suspicion that "she" never wrote the letters - only that "she" is complicit by her wearing of slinky underwear in later photos - real woman won't do that.
First of all she speaks of truth. All the lies were planted inside a web of truths (photos at work, friends, mother, dreams and desires) Easy to see that a request for money would come.
Answered some questions, no superfluous content until much later - but I wasn't fooled for a second. Ha, Ha, Ha, She did the "I like to prepare tasty dishes" line - very typical sentence from Scammers. Then loves in the 5th letter. But then ranted on with useless cut and pasted garbage.
What idiot wrote that crap ? I wrote back a load of junk, so it showed that replies were not read much.
Didn't answer question "is your blonde hair natural" No, of course it isn't. Just the lies are natural.
IT WAS OBVIOUSLY A MASS SCAM ATTEMP - (fool who you can until you get done) Made a lot of dosh. I saw stuff in her mailbox. What is worse is, I reported her to Western Union - they are not interested. !!!!!
You should consider who are the biggest criminals in all this scam scene.
I have many faces and identities and I play with you all, Ha, Ha, Ha.
Never-the-less, a tasty dish, but I have a better one and she loves me for real.
Report N11 (added on April, 23, 2005)
Sounded too good to be true from the start. 20 years younger, beautiful and wants to do everything to please me. Well I played along and eventually the scam came wanting 355 dollars fro visa etc. Nothing about the flight cost so maybe that gets added on as an afterthought. She wanted to bake me a pie - I was trained as a chef and I can bake my own. It's safer.
Report N12 (added on May, 7, 2005)
This young lady is using pictures of a Russian model from the website http://www.dia.irokez.ru/ to look pretty and sophisticated. The emails are fairly well personalised but the latest asked for money for visas out of the blue and is very similar to letters already on this site.
Photos of a russian model were used in these scams.