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First reported as Elnara Askerova
|Also reported as:||unknown|
|Known location(s):||Baku (Azerbaijan)|
|Found on website(s):||unknown|
|Available fake docs:||unknown|
Report N1 (added on October, 16, 2012)
This woman (or who ever it was) operating with lots of patience as she wrote 10 mail before she started to ask for personal bank accounts and personal ID etc.
She was soon very much in love and used lots of sweet words even though we never meet in real. When I asked for her yahoo messenger, she had no access to it, neither a phone to call.
She did not ask for money only an account in my country to use for the travel money she would receive from her aunts husband in India. (Good way for international money laundry)
Be ware as she looks very good on pictures and seem to be willy to use personal pictures with your name on.
Report N2 (added on October, 18, 2012)
This woman contacted my email address saying that she got it from eharmony which I can contacted before. She sent photos and said lots of very nice things. Right from the start I was sceptical but replyed any way. As it went on she got more and more friendly telling me that she loved me etc... She kepted saying the same things that other people have reported like her aunt will pay for the airfairs to New Zealand and so on. He would not give me her details, last name, phone number etc. Red flags were going up so I got on the internet and found her quite easly.
The only truth she gave me was her first name and that she lives in Azerbaijan.
She is full of shit! She is a scammer and not a very good one. She is attractive and sucks you in. Beware !!
Steve (New Zealand)
Report N3 (added on October, 25, 2012)
The classic scammer. Did have family photographs. No phone, no SKYPE, no Facebook. The usual clangers. Fell in love in three weeks, concocted deliciously fictitious stories that were great to read. Strung her along, knew something was suspicious when she wrote that eHarmony had given her my email address. Hardly! No real detail on her apart from her first name so I Googled her and hey presto! Stop Scammers had her on the first page I looked at. Had great pleasure in telling her that I am a forgiving sort of person and that if she still was still interested I was waiting for her. Nudge, nudge, wink, wink