Scammer Alena Kutyukova

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First name:Alena
Last name:Kutyukova
Aka:unknown
Name aliases: Alenka, Alenush, Ali, Aliona, Ally, Alona, Alyona, Alyonchik, Alyonka, Olena
Age: 28
Location(s): Novocheboksarsk (Russia)
Address(es): Russia, Novocheboksarsk, Pervomayskaya str., 8, apt. 17
Phone number(s): unknown
E-mail address(es): alyonagirl777@gmail.com
Operates on site(s):
Scam media: unknown
Fake documents:

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Report N1 (added on June, 23, 2011)

I responded to her advert, on the vistastreet site and began corresponding regularly. She never mentioned any money but I felt that she was controlling the corresponding towards us meeting. Anyway she told me that she had paid for the documents to get the visa processed but did not have any money left to pay for the trip over to London from Moscow, and wanted 380 euros for the tickets. I was at first a little hesitant to give her the money, she convinced me that she will pay for the tickets and come over. We carried on corresponding, as before and all this time she told me that she was waiting for her visa to be granted. I believed her and we continued to respond. Then she told me after a long succession of corresponds that she was refused a visa because she didn’t have enough money to prove that she would be self-reliant in a foreign country. So she told me that unless she could find 1370 euros she would not be able to come over. She told me that she would not spend the 1370 euros, and that it would only be for show at the airport to prove that she would be able to look after herself. She told me that she was now living in a hotel in Moscow because she was going to the embassy in the city there in Moscow and that she was spending a lot of her money to come to me. Anyway I sent her the money, I didn’t really trust what she was saying, I asked her to send me a scanned of her passport and to give me her full address.
I sent her the money after I received these details. And a week later she tells me that she is granted a visa was coming very soon. She sent me a flight number; departure date and arrival date which I checked out and appeared to be genuine.
Flight BD2904
Departure: 19 January 2011 10:05, Domodedovo.
Arrival: 19 January 2011 11:15, Heathrow.
But come the day before she is due to arrive I receive an email from her informing me that she had just go robbed and all that money and tickets and other documents including the visa and her passport had been taken from her by male thieves who had then pouched her hard and knocked her unconscious in the process.
The entire scenario to me sounded unbelievable. I was upset and I told her that I did not believe her. She told me that she was telling the truth and that she was taken to hospital suffering from a concussion. She told me that she worked for ‘tax police’ and that her work paid for her trip back to Novocheboksarsk from Moscow because she had no money. Now she tells me that because of the shock of the attack on her that her mother had suffered a heart attack and is in hospital getting taken care of.

Elly (USA)