Scammer Marina Kazlouskaya

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First name:Marina
Last name:Kazlouskaya
Aka:unknown
Name aliases: Marinka, Marinochka, Marisha, Maryna, Marynochka
Age: 26
Location(s): Minsk (Belarus)
Address(es): Varvasheni str. 4-110, 220030, Minsk, Belarus
Phone number(s): unknown
E-mail address(es): marina7007@yandex.ru
marina7007@narod.ru
Operates on site(s):
Scam media: unknown
Fake documents: unknown

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Marina responed to an interest letter I sent to her in late March 2004 and we began a correspondence. I have had previous experience with scammers and I must say this woman is quite good.
She did address some questions I would ask and made references to things I had mentioned in emails, but something just did not connect with me about her. I kept playing along hoping to find something and later she revealed herself.
In May, she told me she would like to visit and would travel at her expense to visit me. She said she had good connections at the US Embassy in Minsk and could get the visa. Later on, she asked that I should help her with a hotel expense for her stay. At this point, I knew she was scamming me and I also knew how hard it would be for her to get a visa, no matter what her connections were. I id end up sending some money to her just so that I could verify she was a scammer and could expose her. It is not usually my habit to do such knowing, but I really wanted to catch her.
Guys, I would advise all of you to check out such sites as this BEFORE you get too involved with a woman. Experience has shown me that 95 out of 100 women you write to on average will be scammers or looking to play games with you. There are actually very few women out there who really are sincere and serious to meet a man. You have to ask questions, get names, get lots of photo's (and do not be swayed by the beautiful studio style photo's, more than likely they are copies of photomodels). Ask for amateur shots with friends and family. Ask for an address and if she refuses or ignores the request, drop her like a stone. If she does not address things you say in your letter, then her letter is probably generic. Watch out for the "Dear" used and not your name. Think with your head, not between your legs.
I applaud sites such as this which help us avoid those scammers and Internet Whores. Do your research and if your gut is telling you something just doesn't seem right, then trust it and move on. Persistence and patience will pay off in the long run in finding the right woman for you.

Reggie (USA)