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  1. #1
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    Default I am reeling in a scam !!!!

    Guys, I need some suggestions on how to deal with this scam artist from Russia. This woman sent me email that she wanted a friend, and we started communicating. Initially, I thought it was genuine, but when I asked her for her phone number, she immediately said she didn't have a phone at home, so she was going to call me. I have all the time been going along with the scam and pretending that I am in love with her so much.I have been asking her for pictures that she keeps sending. My plan is to slowly get her to send me nude pictures so that I can post them on the internet. So far I have gotten some pretty saucy pictures but not the whole nine yards yet. She has asked me for $350 to go to Moscow and get a passport etc. She claims to be from Irkutsk, but when she called me and left a message, the number that registered on my caller I.D. was from Yoshkar Ola.
    Please suggest to me how I can lure this scam artist and punish her for what she has undoubtedly done to so many other men.

  2. #2
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    tell her you need her full name and address so you can send her monies via Western Union. When you get her name run it through Google or look it up on This stopscammers list orthe black list on womenrussia.com. Perhaps let us know her name and one of us will recognize the name. But SEND NO MONEY.

  3. #3
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    then send her some bogus WU money transfer numbers aand keep it up until she quits asking. The outlet will become curious of her coming in so often for monies that are not there and they will contact the law .

  4. #4
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    I have already checked her out. Her name is on the blacklist, but the pictures she has sent to me are not pictures of the person who is on the blacklist. Today I told her that I wanted to come to visit her in Irkutsk. I want to have as much fun with her as possible. I want nude pictures of her, so far I have come very close and I want to string her along a little bit I am thinking of telling her that I want to send her about $1500, but I needed naked photos of her, just to show that I could trust her. What do you guys think? I hope the scammers dont read this site.

  5. #5
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    I imagine some of them do. One scammer I was teasing found her own name on the list and I had put her there. She threatened to get the law involved if I did not take it off. With her name on the list how was she going to find another man? BOO HOO

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    quote: I want nude pictures of her, so far I have come very close and I want to string her along a little bit I am thinking of telling her that I want to send her about $1500, but I needed naked photos of her, just to show that I could trust her. What do you guys think?
    Lamer.

  7. #7
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    buy a Penthouse or a Playboy,if you need nudity. Leave her some sort of dignity.

  8. #8

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    You call it a 'her'. It's probably a fat hairy man.

    But I've got a suggestion to strike back at the scammers. Send them a fake 10 digit Western Union control #. They will waste their time going down to the Western Union office. When they email you about it you can send them a "ha ha" email. It'll make you feel real good.

    Admin, I think you should put this suggestion on your main page it's so good.

  9. #9

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    I'll add my 2-cents to the posters above. You are NOT going to be getting any nude photos of "her". Scammers steal the photos of other people, so at your best effort, you will get one of the following:
    - photos stolen off the internet, from a modeling or porn web site.
    - photos stolen from some innocent girl in Russia, whose photos were developed at some photo lab and a second copy of the prints passed over to the bride-scam mafia.
    - photos stolen from some innocent girl in Russia by someone who knows her and has access to a photo album (possibly an abusive boyfriend or other acquaintance).

    Any way you count it, your "trophies" aren't really worth very much. There are much better ways to get scammers to waste their time, including the suggestions above.

  10. #10

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    Just put her on all the black list and anti-scam sites you can find and move on. Are you interested in play with scammers or finding a good woman?

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