Scammer Olga

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First name:Olga
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Name aliases: Helga, Lelya, Olchik, Olechka, Olenka, Oleshka, Oleshka, Olgo, Olgunka, Olha, Olia, Oliya, Olja, Olly, Olra, Olushka, Oly, Olyushka
Age: 25
Location(s): Yaransk (Russia)
Address(es): unknown
Phone number(s): unknown
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Scam media: unknown
Fake documents: unknown


Report N1 (added on February, 21, 2006)

I've been corresponding with this woman since December of 2005. Soon after our initial acquaintance, we started to write passionate letters together, and she sent me a picture almost with every letter. That went to the point that I asked her if she would spend the rest of her life with me and she said, "YES". Then in three instances she asked me for money. First I told her that I would like to meet her in Russia and I need an invitation letter from her. While I could get this invitation for $30.00 in the United States, she asked me for $150.00 to arrange the paperwork!!!! Then I asked her if she can get visa and come to the US, and she asked me for 1100 and some cents to get her visa and complete her paperwork. I decided to go to Russia to meet her. She agreed. In the third instance she asked me for money because she didn't have enough money to take a trip to St. Petersburg, where we were supposed to meet. I even bought a package to go there, and I agreed to send her money just for her round trip to St. Petersburg. Throughout our communication, I asked her three things that she ignored and I started to suspect that she is a potential scammer. First I asked her to talk on the phone and even offer her that I would call her. She told me that she didn't have phone and agreed to call me, so I sent her my numbers. After that she completely ignored that, despite my insistence. Then I noticed that all her pictures are with pants. I asked her to send me a picture with a skirt. She claimed that she did not have a camera. Then I created a fake e-mail address in hotmail and send her an e-mail with a different name, telling her that I am in search of my love and I was willing to know her better. I thought that if she was as honest, in love, and passionate as she claimed, she wouldn't have answered the letter or she would have said that she was not interested. However, as I expected, she sent a letter to that e-mail that was a copy of the very first letter that she sent to me. This is why I am claiming her as a very strong potential scammer. I never sent her the money but now I am loosing over $1200.00 to cancel the package that I bought to go to St. Petersburg.

Hamid (USA)