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Scammer Ayrina Omarova
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|Aka:||Ekaterina, Olga Tereshenko, Anastasia Morozova, Daria Shachenok, Marina, Natalia Kovaleva, Alena Peshakova, Maria|
|Name aliases:||Alenka, Alenush, Ali, Aliona, Ally, Alona, Alyona, Alyonchik, Alyonka, Anastacia, Anastasija, Anastasiy, Anastasiya, Anastassia, Anastasya, Anastesiya, Anasteysha, Asya, Catherine, Darie, Dariya, Darja, Darya, Dasha, Dashenka, Dashunya, Ecaterina, Ekaterinacka, Helga, Kat, Katarina, Kate, Katerina, Katherina, Kati, Katia, Katiya, Katja, Katka, Katrin, Katrina, Katty, Katushka, Katy, Katya, Ket, Ketrin, Lelya, Maha, Marija, Marinka, Marinochka, Marisha, Mariya, Mariyah, Marya, Maryna, Marynochka, Masha, Mashenka, Mashka, Mashulya, 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, Olchik, Olechka, Olena, Olenka, Oleshka, Oleshka, Olgo, Olgunka, Olha, Olia, Oliya, Olja, Olly, Olra, Olushka, Oly, Olyushka, Stasya, Tusya, Yekaterina|
|Location(s):||Donetsk (Ukraine); Kabala (Azerbaijan); Kamyshin (Russia); Kramatorsk (Ukraine); Lugansk (Ukraine); Nizhniy Tagil (Russia); Perm (Russia); Rivne (Ukraine)|
Ukraine, Donetsk region, Kramatorsk, Mayakovskogo str., 18/12|
Ukraine, Lugansk, Zveinika str., 7/18
|Operates on site(s):||Ashley Madison, Brides Agency, Flirt, Russian Cupid, Ukraine Date|
Report N1 (added on January, 26, 2011)
Report N2 (added on April, 4, 2011)
Shes trying to pay for the very expensive visa to be with her new found love of her life, hahaahahaha.
Report N3 (added on September, 13, 2012)
She initiated contacted (of course). Was very very smooth and I never doubted her for a minute and I'm a very very doubtful person. I can detect a scammer after reading a a couple of lines. Jer emails were just so natural and she never asked me for money directly. Until we reached the point where we would meet. She asked me to book her visit through a Ukrainian travel agency and sent me their website http://frigatetravels.at.ua/. The wesite was all in Russian/Ukrainian so I told her so and that I couldn't do the booking online and asked her for their email. She sends me this email: FrigateTravel@i.ua
I right asking them as to how I can book a visit for a friend from the Ukraine to Sharm El Sheikh and they reply back with bank account details and also suggested a Western Union transfer:
"As for payments options, you can make a payment to our bank account into the name of our director, or use Money Gram or Western Union transfers.
Here are the details:
Beneficiary: Anastasia Morozova
Account: 4405 8850 1854 1992
Bank of Beneficiary: PrivatBank
Intermediary Bank: JP Morgan Chase Bank
Intermediary Bank Swiftcode: CHASUS33
Correspondent Account: 0011000080
Best regards and please feel free to contact us,
Travel agent Ekaterina"
I naturally didn't like it at first. And I suggested to er that I would rather transfer the money to her and then she can pay (pretty smart huh :) Well sadly this is how much I trusted her. You can imagine the rest... she never showed up.
And you know what's even sadder? I might have actually believed her story about missing the flight but I when I checked with the hotel's reservation department they said there was no booking in her name or the travel agency. In fact the guy was kind enough to tell me that there wasn't even any "No Shows" or canceled bookings on the date she was supposed to come. And when I told her all that and asked to send me her ticket no. or any proof that she ever bought the ticket she stopped replying to emails and never answered my calls
Jimmy Jay (USA)
Report N4 (added on March, 8, 2013)
Darya contacted me on Ashley Madison. She said she could not put russian postal code into site. Anyway I tried to look at profile and could not be found but she did leave me a message to contact her by personal email so I did. We exchange emails. She sent me photos 47 and emails within 2 weeks. I knew something was up when she said she Loved me 8th email in. And wanted to come to us to be with me I never sent her a photo of me until 18th email. Very beautiful woman I believe they are using this womans idenity. I attempted to get phone number and tried to get her to Skpe but no responce. I started to have very deep feelings for this woman and thought she felt the same way. When the issue of money came up she had said she needed it for passport and travel agency and documents. I told her I would not send any money. That was 3 weeks ago havent heard from her since.
Report N5 (added on September, 20, 2013)
I received my first letter from Natalia on August 23, 2013. We continued to correspond with each other. In her 3rd letter, she told me that she didn't know English and used a translation agency to write her letters. She also said that she did not have a computer. In her eighth letter to me she said that the beauty salon she worked in had burned down, she was out of work and had no money. The next day I received a note from the Agency.
Garry Leitch (Canada)
Report N6 (added on November, 15, 2013)
Sends form letters. Does not respond to questions. Only sends the next form letter in series, along with to-good-to-be-true pics.
Report N7 (added on December, 16, 2013)
Scammer asking for $ for translations.
Report N8 (added on March, 7, 2014)
Constant requests for money for translations, and english courses.
Claimed father was ex - military.
Report N9 (added on February, 12, 2015)
Started of with a kind e-mail with a nice photo. I suspected scam, but sent a reply to see what happened. All e-mails are relatively good written and was directed to me personally. They were not generic. Though all the photos were to good to be through and they looked like they were taken be professionals.
Later I found this web-site. I used one of her photos and guess what. I got a hit. Not only on the first photo, but for about 75% of them. Now I am going to send her a picture of herself that she yet have not sent me. Time for the scammers to get scammed:-)