First reported as Margarita Lavtushenko



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Name:MargaritaLavtushenko
Also reported as:Irina Litvinova, Margarita Iavtushenko
Variants of name(s): Ira, Irena, Irene, Irinka, Irisha, Irishik, Irishka, Irka, Irocha, Irochka, Iroschka, Irushka, Irusichka, Irusik, Irwinka, Iryna, Iryush, Margo, Rita, Trishka, Yryna
Approximate age: 27
Known location(s): Metalist (Ukraine)
Address(es): Ukraine, 93733, Metallist, Frolova str., 23
Ukraine, 93733, Metallist, Sovetskaya street, 40
Phone number(s): 380634037017
E-mail address(es): saharnayaya@ukr.net
Found on website(s):
Available media: unknown
Available fake docs: unknown
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Added report(s)



Report N1 (added on June, 6, 2013)

Margarita initiated contact. She sent me a message of interest on the website Rbrides.com We exchanged many short messages on the website over a period of 2-3 days and then she insisted on only using private email. We then exchanged a few emails for another week or more and she told me she had to use a translation company that charges $10 per pair of letters and it was very expensive for her modest income, but at this time she did not ask for my help.
She said I was the only one for her, but I noticed her still using Rbrides after this as I saw her online a few times, I wrote her another message on Rbrides and asked her why she did not want to use the website to communicate with me as it is free and easy? Two days later I got a message from someone else demanding I only contact Margarita by private email.
After another couple of emails everything seemed good, but then I got an email from her email address from a company named UNItrans who then requested money from me for the continued correspondence between myself and Margarita. She said she is the manager and her name is Irina Litvinova.
I played along and demanded proof that Margarita was real and asked to see her passport and relevant documents as well as all phone numbers and addresses from all involved and even suggested skype to skype call with an interpreter so I could see her and decide for myself if this was real...To my surprise, a couple of days later I received most of the information I asked for and also a price list of all their services.
I then did a google search and stumbled on a scam letter from a girl named Margarita to a frenchman named Frank. The letters and all details were identical, word for word, with just changes made to suit the individual circumstances. I then somehow found your site. I have not sent any money and I have not replied since I received the latest letter yesterday.

David (Australia)