Scam Letter(s) from Nina Levina to Glenn (USA)

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Letter 1

Hi! How r you? How is your day? I am a single woman. I would like to talk with you, maybe we could be friends ?!

Letter 2

Greetings to.
Sorry for the discomfort. I do not wish to seem perstilent.
It is Irina writing. Im am a professional doctor in state clinic, I am 31 y.o.
Lately I have obtained a paid advanced training in the U.S.
I am about to leave for the USA and should like to find a good guy there.
I am seek something serious only, so if you've no such intentions, please don't e-mail me back.
I'm attach my photo , okey… I'am would like to believe you're the good man.
Write me here my e-mail box: Irinamilaya582@gmail.com
Truly Yours, Irina

Letter 3

HI Fred It is my great pleasure to hear from you and I am just so glad to have got your message.Hope you were also looking forward to getting mine. Sorry, my dear friend, for such a belated response, but I'm really busy here. I'd like to take this email and tell you a little bit more about my life and my habits. First introduction, mostly general.I am originally from Russia,Irkutsk. I'm 32 years old. I have lived separately to my parents for 5 years. Oops,wanted to tell you to not judge a lot my faults in English, I tend to improve it with communicating to you sometimes translate. Sooo. My birth day is on September 11. I am not an extremely tall woman, just 172 cm but it is pretty enough. I have lived in Irkutsk for my entire life. I have obtained a degree from local University in medicine, so this makes me say that I have spent 18 years at school and in university, which is a very normal thing for Russian Federation. Here we are taught English at school and then, as a doctor, I also had to study it. What else to add, my dear friend? Mmm,I worked as the second surgeon in a small medical clinic.I really love my profession as it makes people live a better life. Maybe one day I will be a self-standing surgeon, this is my aspiration.I particularly like studying people with handicap, which may sound odd but you have no idea how interesting the researches in this field are! my dear friend do you consider this a serious dream? Because I am a promising doctor and my English is not bad at all, I was fortunate to receive a scholarship for training in in the United States. I am very proud of myself. If everything works for me, I might remain in the US as an associate assistant to a local surgeon and this will give me the opportunity to stay.
It'll be great to see US cities after Irkutsk!What surprises me more,is that your government so easily offer this scholarships to foreigners. We don't have many chances in Russian Federation. I think, at some point you may want to know why I even wrote you in the first place. Well, the answer is plain. I'm about to live in the place where I have no friends or colleagues yet, so I thought it might be a smart idea to get to know someone and eventually meet for a coffee some day.So yes, it is actually it.As you can see, I adore writing letters. Hope it did not bore you.Looking forward to hearing from you soon.
Sirensly,
Irina!

Letter 4

My Honey Bryon! How are things with you? Thanks for the photo. You look great!
Well, I am very glad that you show interest in our dialogue and that you sustain this correspondence. First thing, and I cannot wait to share it with you – today my lab let me know that I will have to start preparing my visa documents in the nearest future. The agreement has been settled with the receiving party in the US and now it all depends on how soon I get the visa.
Isn’t it great, Bryon? I am so excited! I was thinking that my previous email was a little bit banal and that I did not tell you anything really specific. For example I did not mention my family… To make the things plain, I do not have a father, he did not live with us. My mom grew me up, and my grandma helped her. This ladies tandem made us become best friends. Unfortunately, not so long ago my mom was diagnosed for cancer. They stage was really advanced and she died not long after the diagnosis. Now it is just me and my grandma, who is very senile but fit. I slipped into a depression after my mom’s death. That was also the major factor to make me decide on medicine and surgery. We did not have much means but I am still sure that I was a happy kid, surrounded by love and care. Since my mom had had this bad experience with my biological dad, she used to repeat to me, that I will only marry a guy worthy of my trust. Besides my grandma I have two girlfriends Lena and Sveta. They are like my siblings and they support me a lot. By the way, how about your family? What are your relations? Do you have best friends, fellows you can rely on? When I have spare time I read books, I have composed my own tiny library at home. In summer time I take care of flowers on my balcony. Tulips in spring, asters and mini-roses in summer. Bryon, do you have hobbies? How do people usually spend their spare time in the US?
So looking forward to knowing American attitudes and habits!

Yours truly, Irina!

Letter 5

Hello Bryon,
Thank you so much for getting back to me. It really cheers up me to get a reply from you. And I start to get addicted to your emails in a way. My documents prepare. as soon as my documents are ready I surely to you I will report. My trip is planned for the next month. Write me to my personal mail: nekirina@surgenew.com. I always will answer you. Just caught myself on the idea that whenever I open my email, first thing I control is your reply. So thank you indeed. Maybe I am a little bit too fast, but I consider you as my friend. Told Lena and Sveta about you. They say it is good to have a contact in the US. The thing is that you are more my friend now then just a contact.
I think of my internship every day. America I such a huge country. But honestly I do not care if I go to a huge town like New York or a small village somewhere outside big megapolices. By the way one of the proposals of labs is located really close to where you now live. What do you think of it? I am really looking forward to meeting you personally.
Bryon, I don’t really want to push this, but I see in you an honest man. I just want to understand if it is just because of emails that you try to be polite, or because I got lucky and you really are sincere and nice. This is the reason I was thinking of getting to the laboratory next to your city.
Yesterday Lena asked me what so special about you was. In my opinion, honesty, faithfulness, kindness, sincere and understanding are very important. I also think that in every relationship trust plays the main
role. I hate people who lie for the sake of saving a relation. I think they are mean. Even if you do not want to hurt someone and lie, in the end you hurt them more. What do you think, Bryon?
Also I think that a man should be older than woman. Older men are more knowledgable, they know what they want, and they are more ready to establish a long lasting relationship. Am I right, Bryon? Bryon, please, tell me more of what you think in this regard.
What are your dreams now? Is it a nice car, a solid house? Professional development?
Bryon and feel free to ask me anything!
Yours sincerely, Irina!

Letter 6

Hello my dearest Bryon!
Love love love your emails! They make me soooo happy. God, who could said that my first letter to you would turn into something similar.
Bryon!!! Your emails definitely make me feel good and they make my days. I think about you my Bryon. Like every person you have your troubles and bad days, and just like you brighten up my sometimes gloomy moments, I hope my emails brighten up yours. Bryon, you have officially become part of my life.
And I speak from the bottom of my heart. The only thing that is separating me from seeing you is my visa, but I am working on it. I have signed all the documents and finally obtained the official bilateral agreement between Russian and American laboratories. It looks like it takes a lot of time for the documents to be sent to Russia, or maybe American laboratory had to check some things about me. I don’t know.
One other great thing about recent activities: I met with a representative of the International Medical Association. She wanted to know me personally, spoke in English to me, and asked me whether I was ready to leave my grandma and my friends in Russia and change everything. She also asked if I had American contacts in case of emergency. I said that I had to think, but I wanted to propose your contact. But I am not sure if you are fine with it. I have no one else in America.
Within the next 2 weeks I will have a partial receipt of my grant. Money should be spent on visa, booking of an appointment at the embassy and other organizational issues!
Bryon, are you happy to hear this? All is working great.
Can’t write you more in this email, as I have many thing to prepare. I'll be waiting for your letter.

Sincerely yours, Irina!

PS My dear, I have prepared a surprise for you!
I hope you like my short video. I love to sing karaoke.
I have good news!"

Letter 7

Dear Bryon!
How are you doing today? What’s new?
Wok up today with the first and only thought: How is he doing? So I was there laying in my bed and thinking, imagining that may be one day we will wake up together, like this, with the only thought: how are we doing? Who knows, Bryon, this might work out. How would this make you feel, hun? Yay!
Regarding the stage of my preparations. I recently spoke with my supervisor here in Russia, who told me that the US counterpart allocates around $ 3000 as preliminary payment. However they pay in two ways only: direct bank transfer, which I cannot have because in Russia you are only allowed to receive money in roubles My one and only account in fact is in roubles. I use it for salary etc.
Then there is this other option that is a bit unclear to me. The US counterpart can also issue a bank check. I have never used a check. Moreover, since it will be in dollars, I won’t be able to obliterate it at my bank, because of the same problem: all transfers should be done in national currency. My supervisor says it is normal in the US, but in Russia it isn’t. Transfer of the check takes 35-40 days, which means I have to wait 40 days before applying for visa. Then this lady again asked me whether I have a contact in the US who could clear the check and make a private transfer to Russia. Like I said in my previous email, I did not give her your contact initially, I did not want to make you part of this mess. I am sorry, but this time I told her that I met a man in the United States, and that I have full confidence in him.
She said that it is up to me and that I need to trust you, as it is a lot of money. Please let me know if I can ask them to prepare the check on your name and expect you to send me the money via some transfer system. I will pay for all the commissions and we can also agree on your commission for helping me out.
I mean, I just don’t really want to wait one month to apply for visa. And I don’t want to invest my own money as I will need it to cover my initial stay in the US. And I also think this is incorrect to ask those who win scholarship to pay.
If you don’t mind please send me your information (full name, exact address where you can receive the check, and phone number).
I'll be very grateful and I am truly sorry about this mess.
Very sincerely yours, Irina!

I need your help,please

   

   

Created: 2017-12-19    Last updated: 2017-12-19    Views: 153