Scammer Natalia Kapar

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First name:Natalia
Last name:Kapar
Aka:Natalia Kaparova
Name aliases: Nata, Natali, Natalie, Nataliya, Natalochka, Nataly, Natalya, Natalyy, Natasha, Natashechka, Natashenka, Natashka, Nathalia, Natty, Natusha, Natusik, Natusy, Natusya, Tusya
Age: 28
Location(s): Lugansk (Ukraine); Schastie (Ukraine)
Address(es): unknown
Phone number(s): unknown
E-mail address(es): Natasha_kapar@inbox.ru
alanochka@bk.ru
man_ka80@mail.ru
Operates on site(s):
Scam media: unknown
Fake documents: unknown

Report(s)

Report N1

This is the typical case where after two or three letters she starts asking for money.

Jimmy (USA)

Report N2

I originally corresponded to her through Atareks and after a couple of Letters I received one with no Warning from the Director of another Agency she apparently had affiliated with demanding Money for Translation as she could not afford it, after I refused to do so,I could not even access the Agency's info, her Letters just stopped Coming.

Paul (USA)

Report N3

This woman has repeatedly asked me to send her money for English lessons, a passport, our correspondence, gifts and money to help her family out.
During the last two months her Uncle has died, her Mother is in the hospital with a heart problem, her father had to leave home to go to Moscow to find work. Her profile says she is from Schastie but she wants me to send money to her in Lugansk. In your profile her birth date is May 27th but she just asked me to send her $150.00 for her birth on June 28th.
She never answers my questions directly about her life or family. She refuses to give me any information about herself and she won't give me an address either. In her photos she only wears two outfits and they all look like models. Her letters are all written in perfect English and she claims that when she writes to me she can't afford to eat meals to pay for the translation costs. She is very good at what she does!!

Bill (USA)

Report N4

This woman asked me to send money to cover the cost of her translator, which I did. She then asked me to send her money for her to take English lessons at the local university. When I decided I didn't wish to continue our correspondence, her translator sent me a letter, (using her email account), indicating that I incurred a debt for their services, (which was false because I only authorized them to translate letters using money from my prepaid account). This last letter was obviously a final attempt to squeeze even more money from me.

Kurt (USA)

Report N5

She does not exist. Only the Agency wants my money.

Achim (Germany)