First reported as Julia Nastych

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Also reported as:unknown
Variants of name(s): Iulia, Iuliia, Iuliya, Jule, Julechka, Julichka, Julie, Juliya, Julya, Julye, Ulenka, Ulia, Uliya, Ylia, Yliya, Ylya, Yula, Yulechka, Yulia, Yuliah, Yulichka, Yulija, Yuliy, Yuliya, Yuly, Yulya, Yulyasha
Approximate age: 19
Known location(s): Odessa (Ukraine)
Address(es): unknown
Phone number(s): unknown
E-mail address(es): unknown
Found on website(s):
Available media: unknown
Available fake docs: unknown

Added report(s)

Report N1 (added on February, 20, 2012)

I first contacted Juliya through Anastasiadate. We exchanged at least one letter per day and chatted for one to two hours per day. Each letter cost up to $8 to send or receive. Chatting cost $1 per minute. I became suspicious when she gave me her phone number but after the first call, her number appeared to be out of service, yet a friend in the Ukraine was able to call her and she picked up on the first call, then blocked her. When i arrived in odessa, the hotel staff said the beeps on my phone indicated she had blocked my phone. So Juliya could only be reached using Anastasiadate phone system at about $5 per minute. Using that system her phone miraculously worked. She said she did not have a private email. Another tip off was after I sent flowers, the flower service sent a picture back of the delivery, at the Anastasiadate office, not at her home. I heard this is because Anastasia does not buy the flowers I sent $300 for, they split the money with the girl and reuse the same flowers for the 100 or so other victims that day. Her site photos appeared to be of a woman about 30 but private photos she sent appeared to be of different much younger women. She invited me to stay for two weeks in Odessa so I traveled there in January 2012. She sent encouraging emails even when I was en route but when I arrived in Odessa, she refused to meet me, refused to answer the phone, and told me through the agency to arrange a date through her interpreter. The interpreter stalled for a day then told me Juliya was checking her schedule to see if she had time to meet me. Then my family received phone calls back in the states from a Russian speaking man claiming to be a policeman investigating me in Odessa for money laundering, and asked for my whereabouts. Of course the hotel registers all guests with the police so this was just part of the scam. It was clearly an attempt to intimidate me into not going to the police! I left the country sadder and wiser. All the local girls I contacted in Odessa refused to meet me but all were happy to chat online. They are all scamming fees for chatting! A couple agreed to meet me but none showed. Scam scam scam. I spent $4,000 in fees to Anastasia, about $5,000 on airfare, gifts and hotel, and I lost $15,000 in consulting fees for taking time off work. After taking to Ukrainian women here and in Odessa, I was told by a woman who worked in odessa for Anastasiadate that this is a common scam by Anastasiadate: they kick back up to the girls up to 50% of the fees generated by chatting and emails and provide the translator as an operative to interfere with getting to know the scammer. I advise anyone using Anastasiadate to not deal with any women who will not give you their private phone and email. You can get this in a 3 minute phone call through Anastasiadate for $30. Any woman not providing this information is probably a scammer. If she claims legitamately that she cannot speak any English, and so refuses to exchange contact information, then she is not serious about marrying a US or OK guy is she? By the way, Anastasiadate hides behind the IMBRA law to prevent you from getting the information about the girls on the site, but if you pay for flowers or a phone call, they will give it to you. so they actually ignore all the provisions of IMBRA when it suits them. Anastasiadate is a rapacious scam site. Buyer beware.

Graham (USA)