Scammer Maria Golubeva

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First name:Maria
Last name:Golubeva
Name aliases: Maha, Marija, Mariya, Mariyah, Marya, Masha, Mashenka, Mashka, Mashulya
Age: 24
Location(s): Lugansk (Ukraine); Lutugino (Ukraine)
Address(es): unknown
Phone number(s): unknown
E-mail address(es):
Operates on site(s):
Scam media: unknown
Fake documents: unknown


Report N1 (added on April, 23, 2005)

I was contacted by a "girl?", Masha, ID #8520 in the UA-Dating agency, the other day. UA seems to be a good agency so far, as I asked them about a gal I couldn't find in their d-base. They confirmed back to me she is not a 'member' and I'm currently playing with her. She'll be in my next report. Anyway, UA provides free translations, so when "Proton" popped up [again] (gee...don't they know who I am by now?) I immediately contacted UA-Dating, and hopefully they will clean 'her' off the d-base.
I hope this will be enough info for you to get her on the scam list.
Actually it's not the girl in the photo I'm sure.

My understanding is that "Proton Translation Service" does some photo theft, and/or "uses" girls in their "cafe". They (Proton) join these agencies on behalf of a girl with their own internet access using her pic and info. She may be real and just a little on the 'dumb' side as far as Proton using her. Then again you never know.

Anyway, here are the letters and only photo I got from "Masha" in her "three free translations".

Michael (USA)

Report N2 (added on April, 12, 2006)

I have many contacts with this kind of "ladies".
This is one of funniest askings (at least for me):

At first ofcause she gave me not answers to my letters, but only copy-paste mails (as "they" do usually).
After some of them, agency "Planet" asked money 'coz quota of Masha's letters is over!!!

Then I sent a new letter to M. from another my e-address,and got reply exactly the same girl-introduction as i already had in previous address. (OK, may-be quota for one man?)
But then "Planet" started ask money for translation service. ("If I want to go on with this lady, I must pay for translation ... bla-bla-bla")
But ...
I had already told them: "I can read and speak russian perfectly (better than english!), WE don't need translation!!!"

They repeated their ...
After what I didn't reply anymore.

Money asked by: "Planet"
address is: Western Union Ukraine, Lugansk Bank Aval.
on the name of their manager Tanya Vasil'chenko.

They repeated their "money-mails" even a month later after i stopped.

NB!! If e-mail address started with "pl_ " , it means Planet. and then follows a girl's first name. (I have met some more likely written addresses on sites of scammer's blacklist). So, if You have address with the same beginning, You'll know...

Also, i got many contacts like this - from metrodate.

As you see - sorry for my english!!
We have not a translation services :))

Nick (USA)