Scammer Ekaterina Osokina

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First name:Ekaterina
Last name:Osokina
Aka:Ekaterina Kozlova, Larisa, Irina, Olga Kleshch, Olga Klesh, Ija Jesaulova, Maria Sweet
Name aliases: Catherine, Ecaterina, Ekatarina, Ekaterinacka, Ekaterinchika, Ekaterinka, Ekaterinochka, Ekaterinok, Ekaterinoka, Ekaterinulka, Ekaterinusechka, Ekaterinusenka, Ekaterinusha, Ekaterinusik, Ekaterinusya, Ekatrina, Helga, Ira, Irchona, Irchonka, Irchushka, Irena, Irene, Irinka, Irinulya, Irinusha, Irinuska, Irisha, Irishik, Irishka, Irka, Irocha, Irochka, Iroschka, Irushka, Irusichka, Irusik, Irusya, Irwinka, Iryna, Iryush, Kat, Katarina, Kate, Katenka, Katerina, Katerinochka, Katerinushka, Kateryna, Kath, Katherin, Katherina, Kati, Katia, Katiya, Katja, Katka, Katrin, Katrina, Katty, Katuha, Katunya, Katusha, Katushechka, Katushka, Katuska, Katy, Katya, Katys, Katysha, Ket, Ketrin, Kettira, Lara, Larica, Larissa, Larris, Lelya, Lora, Macha, Maha, Mari, Marichika, Mariia, Marija, Marishka, Mariya, Mariyah, Mariychika, Mary, Marya, Masha, Mashenka, Mashka, Mashshunya, Mashuk, Mashulechka, Mashulecka, Mashulka, Mashulya, Mashunya, Mashushka, Mrusya, Ola, Olalasha, Olchik, Olechka, Olechkaanks, Olenka, Oleshka, Oleshka, Olgchik, Olgchika, Olgika, Olgo, Olgoka, Olgulka, Olgulya, Olgunka, Olgusha, Olgushka, Olgushoka, Olgusika, Olha, Olia, Olika, Olinushka, Oliya, Olja, Olly, Olra, Olshuka, Olushka, Olusik, Oly, Olyunka, Olyushka, Trishka, Volha, Yekaterina, Yryna
Age: 31
Location(s): Belgorod (Russia); Cheboksary (Russia); Chelyabinsk (Russia); Krasnodar (Russia); Yoshkar-Ola (Russia); Zelenodolsk (Russia); Zlatoust (Russia)
Address(es): Russia, 308036, Belgorod, ul. Budennoy
Russia, 45608, Chelyabinsk region, Zlatoust, Gogolya str., 12 apt 8
Phone number(s): 79606279975
E-mail address(es):
Operates on site(s):
Scam media: unknown
Fake documents: unknown


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Report N1 (added on May, 30, 2007)

Dear Sir/Madam,
I follow up recently a scam that is related to people from Russia trying to get a few thoushand dollars per case, regarding internet dating.
Please find attached the last email where they asking for money, plus names and location. I realise from the last name (Dolgorukov )that these people must use false ID's etc but just in case that you can do something to protect the rather naive males around the globe :)
Thanks in advance

Zakis (Australia)

Report N2 (added on August, 3, 2007)

I met Katya on Lavalife, exchanged email and many photos for weeks. I read her words of love for me, proposed marriage, her fidelity and her plans for our imminent meeting. I was her King! Well almost! But first she needed the Almighty Dollar to finance her adventures. That'a about when we parted company!

Billy (USA)

Report N3 (added on August, 3, 2007)

Trys to scam money for flight to uk sends a lot of photos.

Troy (UK)

Report N4 (added on September, 25, 2007)

IP Address resolved to Hostname
Reports Cheboksary as her city.

This women has not asked for money yet, but uses the Bat-emailer (mass mailer).
Her IP host resolves to a known scamming cell...
She has started to probe aggressively about trust issues, whether I trust her and says that she must know this...

Kenneth (USA)

Report N5 (added on March, 14, 2008)

This beautiful lady here didnt waste time this is the second one with about the same letters i recieved before which said,living with grandma, about the 4 letter she talking about she wants to meet me.

Grant (Canada)

Report N6 (added on June, 5, 2009)

Requests for money came after the death of Aunt. Over a period of 10 months the father, aunt and sister either died or was killed. When trips from Australia to Russia (and vice versa) organised and paid, something always comes up at the last minute to stop it happening. Twice told was at airport but did not arrive. Checked IP addresses on emails and found not at location she said she was.

Tom (Australia)

Report N7 (added on April, 20, 2012)

Ija contacted me from a random email. She claims she was given my email address from a International Wedding Agency. My email address is not on any dating sites. So, I let her know up front that money will not be sent to her not matter what. She claims it was nto about the money, but finding true love. I have heard that before! So, I played along for about one week. She claim she was falling in love with me and I told her to take it slow to where this may lead. She said becuase she is finding me so attractive she colud not help but to fall in love with me. After one week...please! I asked her how would she come to the USA to meet me. She told me a story of how she spent her money to go meet a guy in Australia. Once she got there she found out the guy was married. The guy had promised he would pay her way back to Russia is she came to meet him. She siad she had no money to return to Russia so she went to the Russia Embassy for a return ticket to Russis. So, wiht that she would never fly to meet a guy unless he paid for the ticket. I told her no way would I do such a thing. I did not know her! After that the letters stopped coming. I knew she was a scammer!

Larry (USA)

Report N8 (added on May, 22, 2012)

I was contacted by Ija via email. She proprosed we have a relationship. She wrote me emails with content almost exactly as was posted in previous letters on this site.... At first she wanted no money to fly to me, then she wanted 900$, and then 1300$... I have never sent her any money. She claims to work for a tourist agency, and has had a promotion opportuntity with her work. She is torn whether to go to SIberia to head a tourist agency or fly to see me.... The red flags were raised when I say her on this website, and saw all the similiar stories she had written to other men, she had written to me.

John (USA)

Report N9 (added on June, 22, 2019)

Masha started texting me at the beginning of April, 2019 . She claimed to be 29 years old and worked as a nurse in several small villages in Siberia. She has nearly completed the 7 year contract she had signed right after she graduated from nursing school. She claimed she was looking for a life partner and saw my photo and decided to contact me. I never was clear where she saw it or got my email address.
We talked for several months and she decided to come to be with me. She said sh would purchase her passport, visa, and plane tickets to fly here. However at the time of her flight she claimed they had added a new tax on the tickets that she had not paid and needed $300 from me to make the flight. Since I had repeatedly told her I would not send her money I refused to do so. She harped at me and tried to get me to send the money but finally realized I meant what I had told her. She sent me a very curt note told and said bye in no uncertain terms. I haven't heard from her since.
She's very attractive and told some interesting stories but knowing that Russia has a very large scamming industry in place I was pretty sure from the beginning she wasn't legit. I was correct.

Berl (USA)



Created: 2007-05-30    Last updated: 2019-06-26    Views: 644