Scammer Anastasia Belyanina

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First name:Anastasia
Last name:Belyanina
Aka:Julia Osipowa, Julia Osipova, Olga, Oksana Vasileva, Natalia Kirgizova, Anastasia Beliyanina, Daria, Anna, Yana Rostorov
Name aliases: Ana, Anastacia, Anastasija, Anastasiy, Anastasiya, Anastassia, Anastasya, Anastesiya, Anasteysha, Anechka, Aneshka, Ania, Aniuta, Aniya, Anja, Anka, Ann, Annah, Annia, Annushka, Anny, Annya, Annyshka, Anushka, Anuta, Anuytachka, Anya, Anyka, Anyta, Anyuta, Asya, Darie, Dariya, Darja, Darya, Dasha, Dashenka, Dashunya, Helga, Iana, Iulia, Iuliia, Iuliya, Iyana, Jana, Janna, Janny, Jule, Julechka, Julichka, Julie, Juliya, Julya, Julye, Kensij, Ksusha, Ksushka, Ksyusha, Lelya, Nansy, Nastasia, Nastasya, Nastena, Nastenka, Nastia, Nastja, Nastka, Nastuha, Nastya, Nastyona, Nastysha, Nastyusha, Nata, Natali, Natalie, Nataliya, Natalochka, Nataly, Natalya, Natalyy, Natasha, Natashechka, Natashenka, Natashka, Nathalia, Natty, Natusha, Natusik, Natusy, Natusya, Nensy, Nusha, Oksanka, Oksanochka, Oksanushka, Oksy, Olchik, Olechka, Olenka, Oleshka, Oleshka, Olgo, Olgunka, Olha, Olia, Oliya, Olja, Olly, Olra, Olushka, Oly, Olyushka, Oxana, Stasya, Susha, Tusya, Ulenka, Ulia, Uliya, Yanka, Yanna, Yanochka, Yanusia, Ylia, Yliya, Ylya, Yula, Yulechka, Yulia, Yuliah, Yulichka, Yulija, Yuliy, Yuliya, Yuly, Yulya, Yulyasha
Age: 31
Location(s): Baevka (Russia); Izhevsk (Russia); Kovalevka (Russia); Kronshtadt (Russia); Mayskiy (Russia); Rostov-on-Don (Russia); Shahty (Russia); Taganrog (Russia); Yagodinka (Russia)
Address(es): Russian Federation, 346921, Rostovskaya obl., d. Kovalevka, ul. Sadovaya, dom 17, kv. 7
Russia, Izhevsk, Dostoevsky str., house 10, apartment 5
Phone number(s): 8632518629
E-mail address(es): zwezda30@bigmir.net
zwzda30@bigmir.net
july1504@bigmir.net
vanolgaya@ymail.com
vasilevav@ymail.com
Nataly0415@bigmir.net
Darja1983@bigmir.net
nasta@regclincs.com
jana@rostovarea.com
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Scam media: unknown
Fake documents:

Report(s)

Report N1 (added on April, 30, 2010)

Received Numerous Unusually Exuberant Mail Given Relative Lack of Knowledge of One Another & She Even Sent a Picture with a Sign Saying She Missed Me with My Name on It. She Said that Due to Equipment Upgrades at Her Place of Employment, She would Soon Be on Mandatory Vacation & Would Prefer to Spend it With me, Rather than an Empty Flat. She Would Pay All Expenses to Meet me & Would Stay Approximately 3 Weeks. Then In Most Recent Letter She States that She and Natalia Have Pawned Jewelery to Come uf with a Deposit on a Ticket Which Will Expire if She Does Not Pay the Remaining Balance Within the Week. She Then Says her Friend, Natalya, Has Found a Way for Me to Send Funds Through Western Union at a Location Called Taganrog with a Local Bank Called DONKHLEBBANK.

Ken (USA)

Report N2 (added on May, 10, 2010)

She email me many time and said she would come to USA to meet me and at the end starting for money and even showed some kind of VISA, and I she you have here doing the same with a named Ken from Portland. I have alot of emails from her to submitt.

Linley (USA)

Report N3 (added on November, 24, 2010)

After several months talking by mail, she introduced her sekf as a gynecologist, living is a remote area from Rostov an don, together with her friend Darja. She has no childeren etc etc no parents.
After some time she said I did not take vacation for 2 years, never asked money untill the last day, then I ssended out 300 usd, never hear anything again from her, she supposed to arrive today 23 November 2010 nothing at all.

Ron (USA)

Report N4 (added on December, 6, 2010)

Julia originally contacted me by email, indicating that I had replied to an ad that she had placed on c/l. I thought she was responding to MY ad on craigs list. That part is not totally clear. We exchanged several emails over the next month. I told her from the beginning that she would have to pay her own way to come here and that I wasn't willing to sign any immigration papers. When she continued to wrote, I had confidence that her intentions were pure. I later found out that all her emails were primarily form letters and I found the template of thsoe letters online being used by other known scammers. I was writing from the heart, she was sending carefully orchestrated form letters. Then in the middle of this time period she told me that some unforseen problems had arisen and she was short of enough money to make the trip. She emphasized how she had spent great effort to get the paperwork handled and collect necessary documents, and that she had placed a non-refundable deposit on a specific flight with Delta Airlines (which was not able to be confirmed.) If I would send her $384 (that she referred to as help) she would surely be able to make it. If I didn't she would lose her deposit and the money that she got from pawning hers and her best friend's jewelry. It touched my heart. I sent $500, then a few days later I wanted her to be comfortable, so I sent an additional $145. She supposedly travelled from Kovalevka to Moscow by train, telling me how it took two days and she was uncomfortable and all that sympathy stuff. Then when she supposedly arrived at Moscow, she was required to show to the Emigration department that she had at least $1000 in cash to support herself while in the U.S. in order for them to authorize her departure from Russia.
She said she had $100 left from my help and need for me to send $900 immediately. When I started to question the request, she promptly told me that her friend had obtained half the money ($450) from their boss at work, and that I should immediately wire $450 so she could make the flight. I was unable after 5 or 6 calls to confirm with Delta that Julia was on the passenger list, so I told her that I would send the money only if I could confirm that she was a scheduled passenger and her flight was paid in full.
I asked her for a confirmation number and ticket number and she gave me bogus numbers that didn't check out. At that point I made a more vigorous check of the internet by googling her email address and I found that there were several inquiries about her email address, and she had previously told me specifically that I was the only man she was corresponding with. This raised a red flag. I googled some phrases from her emails and they came up on IDENTICAL TEMPLATE EMAILS being used by known scammers. So, fortunately, I didn't send the $450.

Dan (USA)

Report N5 (added on March, 11, 2011)

Just new her as Olga. She said she lived in Konstadt. Various correspondence but went to get visa in Moscow and all was well but said she couldn't get on the plane until she proved she had 1500 euros to live for her 3 month stay. Sussed a scam so sent no money.

Paul (England)

Report N6 (added on March, 17, 2011)

Known scammer.

Mike (Germany)

Report N7 (added on October, 26, 2012)

Received random email from her.

Chris (USA)

Report N8 (added on November, 13, 2012)

I have read some of the letters that you have posted and the photos are the same, shes trying a airline ticket scam.

Roger (USA)

Report N9 (added on September, 18, 2013)

Claiming to be a doctor and about to get a vacation to come and see you.

Bryce (USA)

Report N10 (added on August, 11, 2014)

She made first contact, have been exchanging emails. I decided to check here to see if she was a scam.

Dale (USA)

Report N11 (added on October, 23, 2014)

Known scammer update.

Gerry (Uganda)

Report N12 (added on January, 21, 2015)

Received letter saying she saw me on craigslist, which I have never been on. Wrote very nice friendly letters, although I knew from the beginning that she was not for real. I am too old for her and told her so. she continued writing and really laid a good foundation if she had written someone who had not been through this sort of thing before. I gave her an equally believable scenario concerning a string of bad luck that I was going through and she abruptly broke off communications. I found several letters and pictures on this site that were exact duplicates of those received by me.

Luis (USA)