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First name: Volly
Last name: Zaletkaa
Age: 35
Olga Komarova, Elena Zhikulina, Tatyana Surikova, Natalia Kortunova, Anastasia Rustamcova, Olga Loskutova, Anna Savelyeva, Volha Zaletka
Olga Komarova, Elena Zhikulina, Tatyana Surikova, Natalia Kortunova, Anastasia Rustamcova, Olga Loskutova, Anna Savelyeva, Volha Zaletka
Name aliases:
Alenka, Ana, Anastacia, Anastasiia, Anastasija, Anastasiy, Anastasiya, Anastasiychik, Anastasiychika, Anastasiyka, Anastasiyok, Anastasiyoka, Anastasiyunya, Anastasiyusha, Anastasiyushka, Anastasiyushka, Anastasiyusya, Anastassia, Anastasya, Anastaysa, Anastesiya, Anasteysha, Anechka, Aneshka, Ania, Aniuta, Aniya, Anja, Anka, Ann, Annah, Annchik, Annet, Annetka, Annia, Annie, Annushka, Annusika, Annuta, Annutusha, Anny, Annya, Annyshka, Anushka, Anuta, Anutka, Anuytachka, Anya, Anyka, Anyta, Anyuta, Anyutochka, Asya, Elanka, Eleena, Elen, Elenka, Elenochka, Elenushok, Elenushoka, Eli, Ellena, Ellene, Elona, Helen, Helena, Helga, Hola, Jelena, Lelya, Lena, Lenaa, Lenchik, Lenka, Lennochka, Lenochka, Lenushulenka, Lenusia, Lenusial, Lenusik, Lenusikka, Lenusya, Lienkchik, Lleena, Nansy, Nastasia, Nastasya, Nastena, Nastenka, Nastia, Nastja, Nastka, Nastuha, Nastulya, Nastya, Nastyona, Nastysha, Nastyulya, Nastyusha, Nat, Nata, Natalchika, Natalechka, Natali, Natalichka, Natalie, Natalii, Nataliia, Nataliya, Natalka, Natalochka, Nataloka, Natalushka, Nataly, Natalya, Natalyok, Natalyuhoka, Natalyulenka, Natalyushka, Natalyy, Natasha, Natashechka, Natashenka, Natashka, Nathalia, Nathalie, Natika, Natty, Natulenka, Natusha, Natushka, Natushok, Natusik, Natuska, Natusy, Natusya, Naty, Nensy, Nusha, Nutalchika, Nutulenka, Ola, Olalasha, Olchik, Olechka, Olechkaanks, Olena, Olena, Olenka, Oleshka, Oleshka, Olgchik, Olgchika, Olgika, Olgo, Olgoka, Olgulka, Olgulya, Olgunka, Olgusha, Olgushka, Olgushoka, Olgusika, Olha, Olia, Olika, Olinushka, Oliya, Olja, Olly, Olra, Olshuka, Olunia, Olushka, Olusik, Oly, Olyunka, Olyunya, Olyushka, Stasya, Stesy, Tanechka, Tani, Tanichka, Tanily, Tanilya, Tanni, Tantana, Tanulechka, Tanulenka, Tanulya, Tanusha, Tanushka, Tanuska, Tanusoka, Tanya, Tanyoka, Tanyuha, Tanyulka, Tanyusechka, Tanyusha, Tanyushka, Tasha, Tatana, Tati, Tatiana, Tatianulka, Tatik, Tatiyana, Tatty, Taty, Tatyanchik, Tatyanka, Tatyanoka, Tatyanulenka, Tatyanusenka, Tatyanushka, Tatyanushoka, Tatyanusika, Tatyanuska, Tatyanusya, Taya, Tetiana, Tetyana, Tinka, Titanya, Tonya, Tusya, Volha, Yelena
Romance scammer's Location(s):
Avdeevka (Ukraine); Brest (Belarus); Donetsk (Ukraine); Kiev (Ukraine); Lipovka (Russia); Minsk (Belarus); Novocheboksarsk (Russia); Penza (Russia); Samara (Russia)
Russia, Samara, Sadovaya str., 10-42
Ukraine, Donetsk, Vatutina str., 36-71
Ukraine, Audejevka, Pushkin str., 11-7
Russia, Novocheboksark, Bolnechnaya str., 23
Russia, Penza, Pepina str., 42
Belarus, Minsk, yl.Kyllman, d.13, kv.98
Belarus, Brest, Pr. Masherava, d.7, kv.19
Phone number(s):
E-mail address(es):
Operates on site(s):


REPORT N1 (added on February, 28, 2020)
David (USA)

She was on Match, emailed me with her profile which looked authentic. But her profile was hidden. She is using a differnet pic, Voly or Volha Zaletkaa is the same MO as the one listed here, except she added an 'a' at the end of her name. Volha Zaletkaa is the same as Volha Zaletka. Different photos then the one listed here as well. She wrote me an email from Match which you can't receive if you are not a subscriber. It was authentic as far as it looked. But I answered her anyway as she sounded too good to be true and is really a knockout!
She wrote back a little attached here, and I wrote her back a long in depth letter. I started to hunt down this name and came to this site. Actually if you type in Volha Zaletka into Google you go right to her profile here. I wrote back and told her to get a life. What a shame these beautiful woman have to resort to scamming.
REPORT N2 (added on March, 10, 2020)
Bruce (USA)

She reports she is coming to your city from Belarus with an agency to teach children piano lessons and become a nanny. I found her on this website when I checked her name on the internet. On this website I found she snt identical letters to different people from different cities. Apparently her scam is that when she claims she is driving to her grandmother's house, she gets into an auto accident for which she demands money. On this website, she is either a brunette or aa blond. The pictures I received were of the blond. I confronted her, resulting in her handing up the phone and not answering my phone calls, as expected.
REPORT N3 (added on March, 29, 2020)
Albert (USA)

I would like to write to David, who was approached by Voly (or Volly) around the same time as I was.
This woman presented herself as a classical pianist, an orphan since age 4. She allegedly was raised by Grandmother Alexandra in Brest. She also allegedly has Grandmother Tatsiana in Lipovka, Ukraine. Voly was supposed to arrive in Los Angeles Int'l Airport around 10 pm PDT on June 30th. She would be hired to be a nanny and piano teacher for the children of a presumably wealthy family.
Like David, she found me on match.com. Voly and I communicated mostly by e-mail, but I was able to reach her by telephone at Grandma Alexandra's house.
The first thing that seemed wrong came during the phone call when she didn't seem to realize that there were words written on the Capri pants she was wearing in the same photo that is displayed on this web page. I asked her what the words meant, but it took a while before she realized there were any words on those pants at all.
A week later, nobody answered when I called the same number. I tried for about 8 hours.
The next thing wrong came in early June when she told me she had sold her piano for 3000 E.U. because it was taking up too much room in Grandma Alexandra's small apartment. I spent hours trying to find a GEM Pro 2 electronic piano for her so that she could have a small piano with grand piano feel when she came to the U.S.! Then I thought to ask her what kind of piano she used to have. Well, Voly answered that it was grand piano, which caused me to ask her how a grand piano could fit through the door of a small apartment? Voly never answered the question in her subsequent letters.
Last night, Voly came up with a story about getting in a fender bender with her friend Dina's Mazda 626 sedan while in Kiev, Ukraine. The owner of the green BMW that she hit allegedly demanded the equivalent of $1300 U.S. from her to repair his car. Of course, she hit me up for $800 of it, with a deadline this Friday. I replied by asking her for the name of the employment agency in L.A. that would be placing her as a nanny. I also suggested that since she was getting her money for the piano, she should make the BMW owner wait 4 more days, even though he is threatening to take her to court. This is ongoing and I'll update you after I check my home e-mail tonight.
This morning, I talked to the Ukrainian embassy in Chicago, IL. The consul said that the car accident would not prevent her from being able to leave Ukraine. Thus, Voly's displayed panic was at best, unwarranted. Of course, I just found this website an hour ago!
I turned away numerous introductions to women in my local area. I told myself, "You have no reason to complain about needing a woman anymore. You have Voly!"
Now all I have left are complaints!
Voly Zaletka doesn't even have to exist! The woman in the photos doesn't have to be the person writing the e-mail letters, or the person that I spoke with on the phone. I think the woman in the photos could be a fashion model whose pictures were unscrupulously copied. The gal on the phone could have been a starving actress hired to play "Voly" for a day. This would explain her ignorance about the Capri pants words, and why nobody answered the phone the following week. Worst of all, in this scenario, who the hell has been writing the letters? An older woman? How about a man pretending to be a woman?
REPORT N4 (added on April, 7, 2020)
Garth (USA)

Said she was a musician/music teacher in Minsk, orphaned at four and raised by her grandmother Alexandra, who encouraged her to play piano. She said she was coming to Los Angeles to be a music teacher/nanny for a family here. She also said she can drive (important detail). She took her time in our commucation, chatting about her grandmother and cooking. Described resigning from her job in Minsk in detail and cooking for her grandmother's birthday. Then said she was going to visit her other grandmother Tatsiana in Lipovka, Ukraine. She said she would be using a friend's Mazda for the trip. Of course she thought of me while driving and listening to CDs. When it was time to return to Brest, however, she had an unfortunate accident with a hostile guy in a BMW. Who demanded that she pay $1300 for damage to his car, which she seemed to have got into the Ukraine without the mandatory insurance demanded of anyone entering that country (some police state!). Tragically, she only had $500 cash and, after asking all her so-called friends to help her, and having been turned down by them all, asked me to send her $800 via Western Union.
REPORT N5 (added on April, 17, 2020)
Bob (USA)

She send me an e-mail after seeing my profile on Match.com. The e-mail was different than the normal scam e-mails and we continued correspondence. Each e-mail from her contained detail of her daily activities and she was supposed to come to LA at the end of June to interview with 5 families as a Nanny and piano teacher. On weekends she would go to visit her Grandmother Alexandra who raised her. She gave me her grandmohter's number and I called her 3 times. She sounded sweet and real. Finally in her final days before coming to LA she was going to visit her other grandmother Tatsiana in Lipovka, Ukraine. On her way back to Belarus she rear ended a BMW and had to pay $1,300 to the man. She only had $500 and needed another $800 sent to her by Moneygram. She had sent money to her grandmother before and knew exactly how to do it. I was scammed and sent her the money. She sent me 2 e-mails after she received the money. Thanking me and asked me to call her when she got to Brest, Belarus to her grandmother. I have called that number and actually talked to a lady who did not speak any English! I have tried calling again and there has been no answer. I don't know why she sent me an e-mail after she actually got the money. She may want to continue and see if she can get more. I wish I had seen this website before I actually sent her money.


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Created: 2020-02-28    Last updated: 2020-04-17    Views: 700