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Scammer Olga Nizovtseva
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|Name aliases:||Helga, Lelya, Olalasha, Olchik, Olechka, Olechkaanks, Olenka, Oleshka, Oleshka, Olgika, Olgo, Olgoka, Olgulka, Olgulya, Olgunka, Olgusha, Olgushka, Olgushoka, Olgusika, Olha, Olia, Olika, Olinushka, Oliya, Olja, Olly, Olra, Olshuka, Olushka, Olusik, Oly, Olyunka, Olyushka|
|Address(es):||Belinscogo 9 A, Tomsk, 634050, Russia|
|Operates on site(s):||unknown|
She contacted me first and in last days after some letters she ask me little help for $ 264 for registration of documents to arrive in Italy. Photos that I received from Olga are identical photos that there are in file of Svetlana Cherepanova that I send you in attachment. There is one set photos for two different names and address. I was lucky to find this scammer before send money and I want that other peoples know very well what is possible find.
Before to believe russian woman is better to control all sites where are showed many scammers.I have spent four hours in internet,but I have saved $ 264.
Thank a lot for attention and if are need more nformations and letters from Olga, I am ready.
This lady works with almost indecent speed going from her first letter to the request for money to help her visit me in 13 days. Her method of operation makes all the usual mistakes, not using your name, not answering direct questions and her replies having nothing to do with the letter they answer. In fact I seriously worry for this one as the way she works will bring the whole scamming industry into disrepute.
This site provides a very worthwhile service, thank you and may you go from strength to strength.
On Sept 17th, I was surfing the web, looking for a woman to marry! I noticed this woman just called Olga then, had e-mailed me and I replied "Who are you?". Since then I have been getting e-mails every couple of days from her.
The important thing I noticed was that she said she taught English... but I could hardly understand a word of any of the e-mails! Perhaps her English was so bad, she actually meant that she was being taught English! After the second one, every e-mail had a photo attached. The photos had more skin showing than in the previous e-mail. Now the obvious has happened. She wants me to send 264 dollars to a Tomsk bank for her fare/visa. I am not as stupid or as desperate as she thinks I am!
Olga emailed me about a week ago and started with nornal letters of interest. In her letters she didn't answer my questions or want to give me her phone number or mailing address. She claimed that her father who worked for Aeroflot for 25 years could get her a visitors visa to the U.S. in about a month. He would pay for her plane ticket if I would send her $264.00 fro her visa and passport documents via Western Union. She claimed that she wanted to come to the U.S. to stay with me for 60 days to see if we could develop a relationship. All this happened in about a week. She would also send very interesting photos half nude or her on a beach with almost every email.
Standard money for visa and med scam.
I have received a first email from this woman the 22 of September. This email was very short. She asked to meet me. I have answered her because I am curious. Two days later I received an answer with a photo. When I saw this photo I understood that there was something wrong. Some women must think than they will attract a 40 years old man because they are good looking in a swimsuit. That is not very serious. I answered her with a very short message to continue to play the game that she had started. I have the pleasure to say today that I have win. She asked for money after four emails. She lived me her address and two addresses of Western Union agencies that I shall contact.
GAZPROMBANK AKADEMICHESKIY PROSPEKT 5 TOMSK 634055 RUSSIA Tel: (7) (382) 2258592.
TOMSKPROMSTROYBANK FRUNZE PROSPEKT 90 TOMSK 634061 RUSSIA Tel: (7) (382) 2266264.
She has sending me 3 photos that I am joining with this message.
You got to love this girl. She has a very good set of letters that never mention anything you say. They are in order by how serious she is getting about you. I tested her with several questions, none of which she answered. I even went so far as to put together a really romantic and ensual letter that was explicit in its sexuality, and she never blinked. Never mentioned it. The pictures came with each letter. The pictures getting progressively suggestive. I can hardly wait for the next one. After I sent the sexual letter, she has told me that her father works for Aeroflot and she is coming to me and will tell me the details on Monday. She only asked for my name and the name of the airport that I can pick her up at. HMMM? I don't think she will show up, do you? She has not asked for money, but I wait for the other foot to drop. She entioned visas and papers that her father was going to arrange for, but has not mentioned money yet. If she shows up Monday, I am one happy camper. A 51 year old that snagged a 26 year old Britney Spears look-alike! I doubt THAT! Look at the pics, they are marvelous.
Hello guys, my name is Andrea, from Italy.
Last week I noticed in your site this new scammer Olga Nizovtseva.
Well, I don't know about "Olga Nizovtseva", but the pictures are probably stolen from the personal
site of this girl (her name Kota).
As you can see, her email address is not the one used by the scammer, so you should consider
whether the pictures really belong to the scammer.
Created: 2003-10-03 Last updated: 2006-11-12 Views: 105