Scammer Natalia Zaporozhchyenko
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ul.Akhsarova 3-93, Kharkov 61202, Ukraine|
|Operates on site(s):
A Pretty Woman|
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I am a single Japanese businessman, living in Tokyo. I started to associate with Natalya Nikolaevna Zaporozhchyenko in Kharkov. I bought her following contact information from A Pretty Woman.
UL.AKHSAROVA D.3 KV.93
Natalya did not reply to my postal letter but as I kept on calling her, she told me to write e-mail to her nearby "Alliance Agency" for which I was requested to send money to establish my account. I sent $60 on April 30, 2002 using Western Union for recipient Irina Sukhova (agency manager). This is the contact information of Alliance Agency and its manager, Irina Sukhova:
61145, Klochkovskaya str,152A a.113
As the correspondence with Natalya had developed, I expressed my wish to meet her in Kiev. Then, I was asked to send $200 for her travelling from Kharkov to Kiev. I sent Natalya $260 using Western Union. So the total amount of money sent for Natalya Zaporozhchyenko over two times was $320.
Natalya seemed excited about our meeting and told me she would bring her mother to Kiev as well. (Later, I found out it was just another scheme to receive more money for her mother's travelling to Kiev from me.) I informed her of my arrival time and hotel address in Kiev, which she has agreed of to realize our meeting in Kiev. I arrived in Kiev. Natalya was supposed to meet me in the airport but she did not show up. I called her home once I got to my hotel. Then her mother told me, "Natalya left for Kiev to meet you." But she did not show up on the day. It was on the afternoon of my second day in Kiev when I finally understood that it was a scam. I kept on calling her mother persistently to ask her on what day and at what time Natalya had left Karkov for Kiev. But my phone was never answered. It was too obvious that Natalya controlled her mother to let the mother take a part in this scheme. Though I was a fool who did not have enough sense to have detected that Natalya was a scammer, there were two conditions that have convinced me that she was not an Internet scammer. Firstly, she was from A Pretty Woman, which is supposed to be a reliable agency. Secondly, I sent Natalya a flower using the 3rd party delivery service in the USA and have confirmed that she exists. Based on these facts, I have confirmed that she exists as a real person. There was one clue, however, about which now I am ashamed that I did not realize fully. I first asked her to use a tour package of an agency in Kiev to come to Kiev to meet me. But she rejected it and requested that the money for her travel should be sent directly to her. As I think back, this was the only clue that I should have detected to know that she had no intention to come to meet me at all. To me, $320 and my traveling cost to Kiev are too enormous to forget. But in addition to the financial damage, the mental damage I incurred by this scam is not easy to erase from my mind. I sent this report to A Pretty Woman hoping that they would at least delete her from the database to prevent her future victims.
S. P. (Japan)