Yes, Alena Hliatsevich is the russian scammer!
She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22
, financial damage US $250.00
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Alena Hliatsevich (Minsk) Dear Sir:This letter is to let you know that the scammers operating in Minsk are quite good at what they do.There is undoubtedly several people working as a team.I base this on the fact that I had "true correspondence" with some individual there. Letters from this person answered very specific topics in my letters.Here are the details:Contact:Pseudonym:
Alena HliatsevichTime Frame:
August until November of this yearNumber of letters:
Almost everyday for that durationStyle:
Individualized to answer my specific questionsHere was the beauty of the scam. I was told that Alena would be able to come to the United States on a student visa. Her aunt worked at the University and of course checked that it would be OK.I was even told the Flight numbers that would be used on the departure and return flights: LH 401 and LH 400 to JFK.I checked out the flights and they were legitimate. LH401 was delayed in leaving Frankfurt.Also, the amount that was requested was a single request for: $897 I sent it Western Union.Here is the beauty of the scam.... they continued to write weeks after the money was wired??? Very smooth!There was never any other requests for money.They did make one mistake early on, which I caught... but chose to ignore. There was a letter that was sent that had perfect and well written English in it. I knew... I KNEW... that the same person did not write it.My reasoning for ignoring this obvious trip-up: I figured she did a cut&paste from a story that she perhaps had read and liked.It was a well executed scam. I feel worse about the time I lost than the money. By American standards they put in a lot of time for only $897 dollars.I think there counting on not getting detected at all. This would explain the letters after the money was sent.Be warned. They are very good.Robert S.
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