Romance scammer Irina Cheboksarinova

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Name:Irina Cheboksarinova
Also reported as:unknown
Variants of name(s): Ira, Irchonka, Irchushka, Irena, Irene, Irinka, Irinuska, Irisha, Irishik, Irishka, Irka, Irocha, Irochka, Iroschka, Irushka, Irusichka, Irusik, Irusya, Irwinka, Iryna, Iryush, Trishka, Yryna
Approximate age: 27
Known location(s): Izhevsk (Russia); Kaluga (Russia)
Address(es): Russia, Kaluga, Soviet Street, 23-41
Russia, Izhevsk, Lenina Street 10-12
Phone number(s): unknown
E-mail address(es):
Found on website(s):
Available media: unknown
Available fake docs: unknown

Added report(s)

Report N1 (added on June, 8, 2005)

Irina came on to me from the yahoo singles date line. First she was all for just a pen pall, then said in a later letter that all Russian men are drunks and she could not find friendship in Russia so was looking else where.
She said she was a landscape disgner, then latter said she is now out of work and could not continue our friendship with out a lille money as she uses a internet cafe and had no money to use it.
But she did mention she was going to a football match and then sking.
She also said she lived with her mum and dad .
Then later was asking for rent money.

so chaps you make you own mind up and stay away.

Mike (England)

Report N2 (added on July, 1, 2005)

I was contacted by Irina from Kaluga City through a dating agency called Ilove. This was Interesting because I removed my profile from Ilove one month previous to receiving emails from Irina!!
I decided to reply to her just out of curiosity!

I started to get swayed by her from her first email containing a picture of her. The picture was of a beautiful blond women who had a look of innocents about her (pictures are enclosed).

I replied to all of her emails expressing some concern but also showing a bit of trust aswell. After several emails my barriers were weekening until the hint of money arose! Then all barriers went up again!!!! You will notice this in the replies i have sent!

I have enclosed emails sent by her!

Kevin (UK)

Report N3 (added on July, 1, 2005)

This young lady contacted me via ilove uk. She claims to be a landscape gardener / designer with a passion for watching football. I had communicated with her for about three months but my suspicians alluding to her authenticity and motives were aroused because inconsistencies arose in her messages, an inability to address direct questions, digitally date stamped photographs taken over two years ago when it was purported they were recent pictures. Irina claims to live in an apartment and not with her parents and does not like harsh, abusive, hard-drinking Russian men.
UK and US men watch out!

Mat (UK)

Report N4 (added on August, 26, 2005)

Her first email arrived via iLove website, a general 'trawl' message.
We had a 2 month email correspondence, in which she gained my trust. I foolishly sent a money transfer, via Western Union, for 300 US dollars, to help with the rapid processing of her visa. Seems like a pretty transparent fraud now... Her letters became increasingly formulaic, repititious, and evasive.
I checked with the Visa section of the British Embassy in Moscow; no visa had been issued to her. End of correspondence.

Jim (UK)