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First name: Kristina
Age: 25
Name aliases:
Christina, Crissy, Cristina, Khrystuna, Khrystyna, Krestina, Kris, Kriste, Kristi, Kristin, Kristinchka, Kristine, Kristinochka, Kristinschka, Kristyn, Kristyna, Krystina, Krystyna, Tina
Romance scammer's Location(s):
Vilnius (Lithuania)
E-mail address(es):
cute_girl@centras.lt
Operates on site(s):
Altversa

Scam REPORT(S)

REPORT N1
Mike (Australia)


Put me onto a woman called Kristina, 25, if she exists at all. I cannot get surname. She wants $200.00 for continuing contact because she has to pay agents fee to keep contact. Unscrupulous method used to con money.

Scam Letters

Romance scam letter(s) from Kristina to Mike (Australia)
Dear Michael,

Thank you very much for your interesting letter. I like your point of view and I feel your are a very good and honest man. As for gay marriages, maybe you're right, I didn't think much about all the aspects. And by the way, you may even not worry, I'm not a bisexual or lesbian... By no means.

Michael, I hope we both dream of the same things and I want to believe that this is the first stage of our relationship and we'll get closer more and more. I want us to keep on exploring all the spheres (not only romantic/sexual fantasies I've started... By the way, I've received nothing similar in return, it'd be very interesting to learn some of your fantasies) about each other and of course I want to meet you one day! I want to believe everything will work out successfully in our relationship, but I have a big problem now and I have to tell you this, although I'm afraid and hate to do it... The thing is that we correspond not directly, but through an agency. I'm very sorry I didn't say it in my first letter.

I am registered in the agency (called "ALTVERSA") that specializes in search of foreign men seeking Lithuanian women for long time relationship and marriage. I came to their office and I got all necessary information on how this is going to work. I signed an agreement, so I had to observe the rules and I still have to. I asked them to send you all information about their service, so you'll understand all the details from their letter and I think there's no need to try to explain everything in my own words. I just want to say that we don't know each other's true e-mail addresses (I come to a cyber cafe, write a letter for you, send it to the agency and they forward it to your real address; when you send a letter to me, it g

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Created: 2003-03-01    Last updated: 2006-11-21    Views: 699