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Scammer Emilia Mihalache
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|Name aliases:||Emiliya, Florentine, Tinaa, Tinna|
Strada Racari, 12/32-79, Bucaresti, Romania|
|Phone number(s):||40(74) 199 04 70|
|Operates on site(s):||Millionaire Match|
When she wrote all seemed on the up and up. Then the hints of travel and visa started in a few letters. I then ran a check on her name on google and found it listed but could not access the site to be sure it was her. When confronted her reply was it is a common name. Since I have the money I decided to take a chance and if she was a scammer then I will be doing a service exposing her. After the $500 was sent the letters took a strange turn. They became so floral I could smeel the stink all the way from Romania. I continued to play along. I ran a scam letters search and found nothing then I had the idea of running key phrases thru good old google and I found she was taking love letters from a site called loveingyou and then doing a cut and paste. I confronted her again and this time she did not reply to my letter, all she did was use a previous letter for her reply. She acted as tho nothng was wrong and tried to get me to send money for a plane ticket. Which brings me to this point of filing this report. She also said she used the money to get a visa but did not realise I have a list of appointments for visas and she never was there.
Thanks for your time and if we catch this women then it was worth the $500 to save a few people from scam.
Report N2 (added on April, 6, 2005)
She pretens to look for a relationship on the internet. After a few letters she then hints that she needs money. Once she got what she needed the letters starts fading away.
Marinus (South Africa)
Report N3 (added on April, 14, 2005)
This woman is a known scammer, and used pictures of her friend.
The letters were so sad; How her father was killed 5 years ago, and her mother had cancer, so all the savings were gone. Didn't ask for money directly, but spoke of bad day trying to find $270.00 for university diploma. No one to help her. Soon she was in love with me, and said she had wings to fly. I had to laugh at that one. She made the mistake of sending me a picture of her and her friend. I don't know who is who, but the friend was found on agencyscams.com. The girl I though I was speaking to was not Florentina Emilia Mihalache. DO NOT SEND ANY MONEY!!!!!!!!!!!!
I confronted them about this, and never heard from them again.