Scam report about Natalia Slipchenko

First name:  Natalia
Last name:  Slipchenko
Aka:  Anna
Age:  30
Location:  Svatovo, Ukraine
Report:  I initiated contact with a woman online who presented herself as Natalia Slipchenko, born April 12, 1986, living in 92600 Svatovo, Ukraine, who engaged in a dating scam and asked for money under false pretenses beginning on July 18, 2016. I first met Slipchenko on a social media and dating website (OKCupid) on June 27, 2016. For about 6 weeks we corresponded through her email (, and she not only described in detail the sad personal facts of her life (i.e., that she had lived in an orphanage, did not know her parents, had survived hard times, lived with a stray dog named Kusachka, had been married but now was divorced with no children), but also her daily life as a hairdresser. She also sent me 21 personal photos, all of which I later found had been stolen from the website of Playboy playmate Ciara Price: Slipchenko and I never met in person, but claimed to be on the dating site looking ?for the serious relationship . . . and not for games.? By the third letter, she was adding kisses to her greetings; by the fourth letter, she claimed writing to me was the ?highlight of my day? and added talk about romance; by the fifth ;letter, she was provoking passion (?Kiss your face and body everywhere and then you open your eyes I say good morning my dear?); and by the seventh letter she was calling me a god and declaring that ?One day . . . we will be together forever?. On July 15, 2016, in her eights letter, she began to ask for money to continue to write to me: ?But I really need you to know that I will not be able to write you any more. It has nothing to do with you, it is my own financial problems! The matter is that we have a very difficult state of finances at work. The government raised up the prices for the communal services as well as for food and all the necessary products. I do not want you to think about my problems, I will take care of them, but I really do not have any more money to go to the Internet cafe and pay for the Internet to be able to write you letters.? As she did not specify an amount needed, I asked her if she had a bank account. On July 18, she claimed she did not have an account, but had gone to a bank who allegedly told her that ?the safest and fastest is the Western Union.? She also listed 6 other sources to wire money and then stated ?I will appreciate if you can help me with at least $100 for me to be able to write you in future.? On July 20, in her tenth letter, she gave me her full name and city, but without a street address. That same day, I asked her to send me a copy of her ID, as she claimed on July 4 not to have an international passport. She sent me her ID the next day; once I began to investigate and confirmed she was sending me identical letters and photos from other dating sites (, with different names and ages but always the same photos, I stopped corresponding with her. Slipchenko sent me 3 more begging letters, with the last written on August 2, but I never sent her any money and wrote her off as a liar and a scammer. The social media and dating website (OKCupid)) deactivated her profile (Svetli86) once she was identified as a scammer.

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