Scammer Elena Smetchko

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First name:Elena
Last name:Smetchko
Aka:Alena Kazantsewa, Daria Shlyapnikowa, Alena Siroha, Natalia Wrakova, Natalia Gladkih, Victoria Mamonowa, Elena Semtchko, Gulfiya Shoutanova
Name aliases: Alenka, Alenka, Alenush, Ali, Aliona, Ally, Alona, Alyona, Alyonchik, Alyonka, Darie, Dariya, Darja, Darya, Dasha, Dashenka, Dashunya, Eleena, Elen, Elenka, Elenochka, Eli, Ellena, Ellene, Elona, Gulffi, Helen, Helena, 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, Olena, Olena, Tusya, Vica, Vickky, Vicky, Victoriya, Victorya, Vika, Viki, Viktoria, Viktorija, Viktoriya, Vikusechek, Vikuska, Yelena
Age: 25
Location(s): Elita (Russia); Khanty-Mansiysk (Russia); Krasnoyarsk (Russia); Minino (Russia); Moscow (Russia); Podgornoye (Russia); Tashtagol (Russia); Yugorsk (Russia)
Address(es): Russian Federation, 652990, Tashtagol, Gornaya str., 2, flat 5
Russian Federation, 662511, Elita, Komarova str., 9, flat 3
Russia, 129366, Moscow, Mira Prospekt, 150-41
Rus.Federation, 662922, Podgornoye, Mira str., 11, flat 6
Rus,Federation, 663029, Minino, Ozernaya str., 16, flat 4
Russia, 109428, Moscow, Mihaylowa str., 37, fl-10
Phone number(s): unknown
E-mail address(es):
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Scam media: unknown
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Report N1 (added on December, 7, 2009)

Scamed me for $2500us to come to australia have not heard from here since. Sent money to elena semetchko via western union to uniastrum bank moscov suvorovskaya ploschad 1 code 127473 ref no to recive moneys were 6798030478 and 3293088452 requesting recievers id on pick up .

Roger (Australia)

Report N2 (added on January, 11, 2010)

This woman didnt get a chance to get any money from me. She tried like hell. I found it peculiar when I couldnt find her travel agency online.
Gold Mangust-Travel. She says she needs money to finish her trip to me. Too bad I found this site first.

Jimmy (USA)

Report N3 (added on January, 18, 2010)

Located similar photos on your website under a different scammer name, which is listed in my report.

Randy (USA)

Report N4 (added on February, 5, 2010)

Uses single males to send travel money only looks at your name nothin else so maybe computer generated hack spam very believable lies even shows a fack passport.

Nathaniel (USA)

Report N5 (added on February, 5, 2010)

Ask for 980 dollers because she didnt have enough to pay for the flight and to pay for accomadation in moscow.

Allan (United Kingdom)

Report N6 (added on May, 7, 2010)

This person connected with through Yahoo Personals. I was quite a bit more optimistic that it may have been legitimate, because she had not asked for money through about a weeks worth of emails - one message everyday. Her story was that she is going to work abroad for 3 months in the city/country of her choice with the help of an agency that assists young people in finding work outside Russia. She talks about how it would be not knowing anyone, and says she will travel to your city. And thus, you can help her if she needs, show her around you city, etc. She sends pictures - some sexy and suggestive. In her email she says she really wants to meet; she is very flattering and says if we like each other she could stay longer. After supposedly going to Moscow to make arrangements for her trip is when she says she needs 980 USD for the rest of a roundtrip airline ticket. She tells an ellaborate story full of details about herself, family, the weather, etc. But she does not seem to respond to direct questions, which is the first thing that got me suspicious.

I am grateful for this site and others for the work they, along with everyone that contributes, are doing to try to protect people. I did not send any money, but I know many guys do and I feel bad about that.

Jeremy (USA)

Report N7 (added on May, 11, 2010)

I am in the beginning of the scam with her, she is on her way to Moscow and she is like a kitten with eyes closed. She was the one who gave it away when she wrote me about her Krasnoyarsk Humanitarian University.

Norbert (USA)

Report N8 (added on June, 3, 2013)

Just over a month ago, this woman initiated contact with me out of the blue via email. We corresponded altogether for about 2 weeks before I realised I was scammed. I didn't notice anything very unusual at the time. A week after the conversations started, she requested money to be transfered via Western Union. Initially, the sum was $900. Subsequently, the requests were: 2 x $1600 and $1800. It was requested in her name. Altogether, there were 4 requests which totaled $5900 altogether. It ended with her running away with the money I sent her. And any subsequent emails I've sent her failed to deliver to her email address.

Nikita (Australia)