Natalia Donchenko (Lugansk, Ukraine) from Kiev, Ukraine a Russian scammer? ScamCheck dating scammer.

Is Natalia Donchenko (Lugansk, Ukraine) the Russian scammer?
She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22 , financial damage US $ 250

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Natalia Donchenko (Lugansk, Ukraine)
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Natalia Donchenko (Lugansk, Ukraine)Hi, I am reporting a lady I first contacted a year ago via Her name is Natalia Donchenko, she lives so far as I know in Lugansk, Ukraine. There was a phone number in one of her letters, I have called it once and a female answered, saying Nataly was out for a few hours. She has referred to her agency many times in her letters, but has never named it. She has written to me every month or so and agreed to visit me in the UK. She has asked in her last letter for $500 for her expenses for the "visit" but I have declined to forward this money to her via Western Union. This letter was received by myself on July 31, in which she said she would be able to fly to England on August 24 but needed money for her visa, passport. She had not at that time applied for documents and I doubt very much whether she would have been able to obtain them in such a short space of time (less than 3 weeks). The British Embassy in Kiev states on its website that summer applications for visas by Ukraine nationals can take up to two months! They also require a letter from the host (ie myself) confirming the visitor will be supported/accommodated during her stay. No such letter has been requested from me by Nataly. I believe she did not intend to visit me and fear that the $500 she requested would have gone into her pocket - end of story!Stephen, England*
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