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Scammer Ksenia Dusha
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|Aka:||Galina, Julia Kirejeva, Yana Lyashenko, Anna Boyko, Anna Koroliova|
|Name aliases:||Ana, Anechka, Aneshka, Ania, Aniuta, Aniya, Anja, Anka, Ann, Annah, Annia, Annushka, Annuta, Anny, Annya, Annyshka, Anushka, Anuta, Anutka, Anuytachka, Anya, Anyka, Anyta, Anyuta, Galka, Galochka, Galusha, Galy, Galya, Galyna, Iana, Ianusha, Ianushenka, Iulia, Iuliia, Iuliya, Iyana, Jana, Janna, Janny, Jule, Julechka, Julichka, Julie, Juliya, Julusha, Julya, Julye, Ksany, Ksenechka, Kseniia, Ksenija, Kseniya, Ksenok, Ksenya, Ksunichka, Ksusha, Ksy, Ksysha, Nusha, Susha, Ulenka, Ulia, Uliya, Xenia, Yanka, Yanna, Yanochka, Yanusia, Ylia, Yliya, Ylya, Yula, Yulchika, Yulchona, Yulechka, Yulia, Yuliah, Yulichka, Yulija, Yuliy, Yuliya, Yulosha, Yulosha, Yulusha, Yuly, Yulya, Yulyasha|
|Location(s):||Aleksandrovsk (Ukraine); Kondrashovka (Ukraine); Lugansk (Ukraine); Lutsk (Ukraine); Sudak (Ukraine)|
|Address(es):||Ukraine, 91000, Lugansk, Chapaeva str., 62|
|Operates on site(s):||All Penpals, Date Me Free, Dating Place, Live Date Search, RBrides, Russian Euro, Web Love Finder|
Report N1 (added on January, 18, 2008)
Form letter it sent turned up here twice.
Report N2 (added on November, 19, 2008)
After starting correspondence, sends pre written letters, does not answer questions. When told to write to me in Ukranian, as I do not pay for tranlation fees, I did not hear from again.
Report N3 (added on February, 12, 2009)
This one was a fast mover compared to some. She falls in love after 2 or 3 letters, can't live without you, and then about 1 week after initial contact admits that she speaks very poor english, has no computer at home, no phone, and goes to an internet cafe and uses a translator. She said that letters cost her $5 and pics cost $2. She always sent 2 pics with each email and after 4 or 5 letters she says that her account is running low (Thursday) and that she won't be able to talk anymore by Monday if no money sent. She had asked to come visit me, said she couldn't live without me and loved me, but I needed to send money so we could keep talking and work out all the details. She said the translator costs $200 for 1 month or $350 for 2 months. As soon as I agreed to send some money I immediately started getting letters from Tanya (email@example.com) with the same IP address. I gave Yana my fake western union receipt and she went to the bank but emailed and said she couldn't get the money. I made a reasonable excuse and sent her back. She went to 3 more banks and still no money, lol, so contact over. Interesting note though, as soon as Yana found out there was no money, Tanya stopped emailing me, so they are obviously the same scammer.
Report N4 (added on May, 22, 2009)
Typical Ukrainian Translation Scam. Three or four letters with beautiful, probably stolen, photos attached, followed by the request from Fortel for payment of her translation fees.
Report N5 (added on May, 14, 2010)
I almost believe she was real, but I found she reported on this website.
Report N6 (added on July, 9, 2010)
Translation scam since she speaks no English and she uses stolen model photos!
S. H. (USA)
Report N7 (added on January, 18, 2011)
This lady contacted me on russianeuro.
we send mails to eichother for a few days. never askt for money. found her on this side. so another scammer! thanks again for the fantastic site.
Report N8 (added on February, 17, 2011)
Stolen model photos.
S. H. (USA)
Report N9 (added on March, 1, 2011)
Report N10 (added on May, 4, 2011)
By complete chance I found the woman known as Galya who I met on the Russian Euro dating website is a scammer. The normal google check of the woman''s email address did not turn up any scam reports so I thought this was a good sign. It appears she has changed her email very slightly from one she has previously used. Her letters are identical to letters published on this website and two photos are also the same and are of which ever model these photos really belong to. I am very angry at the time I have wasted corresponding with this scammer and am thankful I found her on this website by doing a search of her name and town. I am still in contact with her and expect to receive the next letter tonight. She does not realize I have caught her out at this stage. I would like to know any tips for punishing or at least wasting as much time of these scammers so they will think twice about scamming innocent and decent men.