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Scammer Evgenia Skriptunsowa
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|Aka:||Alexandra Denisowa, Evgenia Shirshova, Aksinia Rezina, Sara, Natalia Skrebatun, Natalia Skrebatoun, Julia Kushnir, Svetlana Soloveva, Olga Khanaewa, Elena Kislowa, Svetlana Oleneva, Ekaterina, Nadina, Elly|
|Name aliases:||Aksinija, Aleksa, Aleksandra, Alenka, Alexa, Catherine, Ecaterina, Ekaterinacka, Ekatrina, Eleena, Elen, Elenka, Elenochka, Eli, Eli, Ellena, Ellene, Elli, Ellie, Elona, Ely, Eugenia, Eugenija, Eugenya, Evgeniia, Evgenija, Evgeniya, Evgenya, Ewgenia, Ewgenija, Ewgeniya, Genya, Helen, Helena, Helga, Iulia, Iuliia, Iuliya, Jenya, Jule, Julechka, Julichka, Julie, Juliya, Julya, Julye, Kat, Katarina, Kate, Katerina, Kath, Katherin, Katherina, Kati, Katia, Katiya, Katja, Katka, Katrin, Katrina, Katty, Katushka, Katy, Katya, Ket, Ketrin, Lelya, Lena, Lenaa, Lenchik, Lennochka, Lenochka, Lenusik, Lenusikka, Lenusya, Lienkchik, Lleena, Nata, Natali, Natalie, Nataliya, Natalochka, Nataly, Natalya, Natalyy, Natasha, Natashechka, Natashenka, Natashka, Nathalia, Natty, Natusha, Natusik, Natusy, Natusya, Olchik, Olechka, Oleksandra, Olena, Olenka, Oleshka, Oleshka, Olgo, Olgunka, Olha, Olia, Oliya, Olja, Olly, Olra, Olushka, Oly, Olyushka, Sasha, Sashenka, Sveta, Svetik, Svetla, Svetlanka, Svetochka, Svitlana, Tusya, Ulenka, Ulia, Uliya, Yekaterina, Yelena, Yevgeniya, Ylia, Yliya, Ylya, Yula, Yulechka, Yulia, Yuliah, Yulichka, Yulija, Yuliy, Yuliya, Yuly, Yulya, Yulyasha, Zhenia, Zhenya|
|Location(s):||Marha (Russia); Salekhard (Russia); Sernur (Russia); Sotnikovo (Russia); St. Petersburg (Russia); Tulagino (Russia); Ufa (Russia); Volkovo (Russia); Yakutsk (Russia); Yoshkar-Ola (Russia)|
Russia, 677901, Marha, 2-ya Pogodnay str., 93 flat 4|
Russia, 160131, St-Petersburg, Karmavay str., 85-23
Russia, 195397, St-Petersburg, Nakhimova str., 218-151
Russia, Ufa, Lenina str., 28
Russia, 678571, Tulagino, 2-ya Pushkina str., 77 flat 17
Russia, 675504, Volkovo, Mirniy str., 51-10
Russia, 198712, St. Peterburg, Osinaya str., 93-12
Russia, 670352, Sotnikovo, Kolcevaya str., 32-185
Russia, St. Peterburg, Zavodskaya str., 43-31
Russia, 197712, St. Peterburg, Veselaya str., 81-12
Russia, 191541, St-Petersburg, Bobrowskaya str., 105, flat 93
Russia, 629002, Salekhard, Gogolya str., 15, flat 103
Russia, 195188, St-Petersburg, Ogorodniova str., 81-10
|Operates on site(s):||Free Personals, Match, Plenty of Fish, Russian Cupid, Serencontrer, Yahoo Personals|
|Scam media:||view media files|
|Fake documents:||view fake documents|
Report N1 (added on November, 8, 2007)
Travels from country town to St Peterburg to fly to local airport. Doesn have enough money for ticket ask for $840 dollars ammerican by western union. Also send sound file with plea for money. In earlier email aske for phone number so she could ring from St Petersburg. Many of the phrases in the emails are similar to Tatyana Dividowa from Shelekov. Seems like same script writer. Send jpg of passport issued only a few days before.
Report N2 (added on December, 20, 2007)
This woman contacted me at random (I assume) through Match. She immediately was kicked off the site, but continued to contact me through yahoo email. After only a few letters she was in love with me (of course) and then asked for money for a visa and flight to the united states. $1,390 for air fare, she included the confirmation from the airline and everything.
Report N3 (added on February, 25, 2008)
This is report with letters fotos and passeport of this scammers evgenia shirshova. thanks you for your site.
Report N4 (added on March, 28, 2008)
Asking for money for plane ticket.
Report N5 (added on April, 24, 2009)
Same old scam.
Report N6 (added on April, 24, 2009)
First, this is was easy to spot but I have a lot of computer experience.
So, first rule is don't trust anyone. Check the following tips.
Observations regarding this particular experience and maybe others:
1. Even if you decide to continue to write to the person, STOP at the moment she talks about money. You can't put a price on love.
2. Scammers don't have time to sit down and write all these emails to a lot of people.
They write a number of emails in sequence and then make some kind of automatic script to send them.
3. They send 1 or 2 emails from one account, then close the account so they can't be traced, send a couple more from a different account and so on.
Someone who's really interested in you, writes you from the same email address so you can just hit "Reply" and keep a chain conversation.
ALWAYS use "Reply" on your email interface if you can't see the sender's address.
If they close an email account you'll get a "Delivery fail" from your email provider so it's easy to spot.
If your email program has a "Receipt" option, enable it. Scammers don't bother to read your emails since it's all automatic. So if you get another email from the scammer without getting the "Read receipt" from the previous email you sent, you'll know you're being scammed already.
4. Scammers write long and descriptive emails after the first time. They always send photos to lure you even if you didn't ask for it.
5. Because of the automatic process of the scammers chain of mails, TRY to make as much questions as you can. Write them in BOLD. As soon as you notice you don't get your questions answered in the following email, you're being scammed.
6. Scammers never tell you where they found your email. They say they don't remember.
Also, they never use your name. They say "Hello Dear" or "Bye Honey" (This is perfectly normal if you write to someone long enough and you start to use pet names or tender words but NOT with someone you just met).
7. Scammers send very provocative or even naked photos on the first few emails. That is not proper behavior of a serious person.
Scamming the scammer:
1. If you get a suspicious first email, reply to it.
2. If the second email continues suspicious create a test email account with a different name on a different provider.
3. Send an email to the address of the second email you got and write something like "Hi baby!!! I miss you so much. I'm ready to send you the money. Please give me your bank account details. I'll be waiting for you. Love, (Fictional name here).
In my case, after doing this I got the EXACT 4th letter with the EXACT same photos i mention on "Letters" so I confirmed it's an automatic script for someone who contacts the scammer first.
If they don't use an automatic script and in fact read your letter, since it's very hard for them to keep track of all emails they get from hundreds of people, they will probably send their bank account details or if they're smart enough, they won't reply.
You can also attach a fictious picture of a rich looking guy in your email.
Note: Despite I say "Scammer always..." or "All scammers", different scammers may operate in different ways, but scammers want to make money, not waste time sitting in front of a computer wearing-out their fingers for someone that could fall in their trap or not.
Once their scheming script ends, their final email will have a bank account number.
So they just sit down and check their accounts once in a while. They don't give a damn where it's from.
So, I hope this guide helps in some way.
I'm just reporting untill the 5th letter. Can't bother more to keep this going but I guess I got enough to publish it here.
Report N7 (added on April, 24, 2009)
Its the usual pasport and airfare scam. some pictures with each email.
Report N8 (added on June, 12, 2009)
She send a letter every day and I thought I would play along with her. She loved me after the second letter and was coming to see me as she already had a visa.Never answered any of my questions,obviously cut and paste letters. After the 6-7 letter she needed 800 US to pay for her return ticket. I had her running all over St. Petersburg trying to get her money. I never sent her a penny.
Report N9 (added on July, 6, 2009)
Probable scammer. She has not asked for money yet, but has called me by someone elses name in her last e-mail.
Report N10 (added on October, 19, 2009)
Still trolling the internet looking for suckers. She contacted me on Plenty of Fish and switched over to yahoo right away. Many of the photos she sent are already on line elsewhere. Stated she was a massage therapist in a hospital in Sernur Russia. Obviously didn't read my e-mails and never answered questions. I was suspicious after the second letter and she tended to repeat herself. Nice girl, not too bright though.
Report N11 (added on May, 13, 2010)
I HAVE RECIEVED 8 LETTERS THIS MONTH. SHE STARTED OUT BY STATING THAT SHE WOULD BE MOVING TO THE USA ON A WORK VISA AND WANTED TO KNOW SOMEONE FIRST BEFORE SHE GOT HER FLIGHT SCHEDULED. SHE NEVER CLAIMED SHE WAS IN LOVE WITH ME LIKE MOST OF THEM DO AND NEVER ASKED FOR MONEY UNTIL THE LAST LETTER SHE SENT WITH HER FLIGHT INFO, SHE ASKED FOR $ 890.00 TO PAY FOR THE REMAINDER OF HER TICKET. SHE WANTED ME TO USE HER TRAVEL AGENT - MR. ELENA KISLOWA - KANKULY TRAVEL, ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA 194321, BLUHERA 132, OFFICE 855. SHE CLAIMED IF SHE DID NOT USE TRAVELL AGANCY TO PURCHASE TICKETS HERSELF THAT HER WORK VISA WOULD BE VOIDED AND SHE WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO RE-NEW IT 24 MONTHS, WHAT A SHAME FOR HER.
Report N12 (added on May, 24, 2010)
She operates just like generic toilet paper. This is probably some dude, pulling up pictures of models and generating a program to barf out emails to random people on dating sites like yahoo personals.
These people are all pretty much the same, afraid of an honest days work.
Report N13 (added on May, 25, 2011)
One of the last times she emailed was when she asked money from me because her place was destroyed by a fire. when i told her i didn't have money to give her she stopped writing me. she has very beautiful pictures that are very enticing and it is not hard to fall for these pictures.
Report N14 (added on September, 6, 2013)
Reported scammer when I used facial recognition software to check out photos you sent. Used a couple of aliases and is obvious scammer. Her letters are impersonal.
S. H. (USA)