Scammer Olga Pimenova

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First name:Olga
Last name:Pimenova
Name aliases: Helga, Lelya, Olchik, Olechka, Olechkaanks, Olenka, Oleshka, Oleshka, Olgo, Olgunka, Olha, Olia, Olika, Olinushka, Oliya, Olja, Olly, Olra, Olushka, Olusik, Oly, Olyushka
Age: 30
Location(s): Izhevsk (Russia); Pervomayskiy (Russia)
Address(es): unknown
Phone number(s): unknown
E-mail address(es):
Operates on site(s):
Scam media: unknown
Fake documents: unknown


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Report N1 (added on June, 16, 2011)

Generic letters, template style. Does not answer questions and gets upset if you ask too many questions of her. Just beware of her guys.

S. H. (USA)

Report N2 (added on September, 2, 2011)

Olga initiated contact with me saying she had seen my profile on the matchaffiiity website. She has sent a number of photos. They include members of her family and seemed genuine enough (that is, they don't look staged etc.) I became suspicious when the camera being used to take the photos kept changing (in the properties of the jpeg file) and the numbering of them seemed a bit odd. So far I have not been asked for money but Olga is now ready to visit the UK so I am waiting for the request for the visa and flights.
She has answered personal questions and has seemed quite genuine (but the letters I have received have also been the template one, with direct answers to my direct questions answered.) I told her I had been warned about Russian brides scams (not accusing her directly) and she has not flinched!

Andi (United Kingdom)

Report N3 (added on September, 28, 2011)

Olga and I made contact through Matchaffinity website. I cant remember whether I made the initial request or her, but she was showing as being from the UK, not Russia. After a few very friendly emails she started telling me she loved me etc. She sent me pictures of herself, her parents and a friend. I gave her my home telephone number, and she did attempt to call but the phone was engaged, so she left a voice message. I have to admit I was taken in by her, but not to the extent of sending her money.
She told that it is tradition for Russian women to visit the man first, rather than the other way round. She continually told me how much she loved me and that she could not afford the registration visa documents and passport etc. I suggested that she could ask her parents, but she said they have no money either.
I became suspicious about where this was leading so I read about dating scams on the internet, and I was shocked at how similar her comments and approach were to the scammers. I asked her about Russian dating scams and she became very defensive and upset, and telling me that she had been crying etc. I also explained that I could not help her with the cost etc.
She calmed down a bit when I explained I was just being cautious etc, but she continued asking for help with visa's etc, so that led me to check out the internet for her specifically, and I found her on here with comments from 2 other guys whom she has been contacting at the same time.
She has definatley lied to me repeatedly and has been pushing for help with visiting, so she therefore must be a scammer in my mind.

Dave (UK)