Yulia Cheverdak - Svetlana Litvinova (Lugansk, Ukraine) from Petersburg a russian scammer? Scam check dating scammer.

Is Yulia Cheverdak - Svetlana Litvinova (Lugansk, Ukraine) the russian scammer?
She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22 , financial damage US $ 250

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Yulia Cheverdak - Svetlana Litvinova (Lugansk, Ukraine)Hi, I am writing from the United States and just recently began trying to correspond with Russian women in hopes of meeting someone for a future relationship. I wrote to Yulia when I saw her ad at [email protected] In her letter she sounded all sweet and talked lowly of Russian men. She was the first one that I responded to and when she asked at the end of the letter for help in paying for her correspondence and translation, I thought that was the norm. Along with the letter were two photos that I am enclosing. And the same day that she answered my response with these photos, I received an email from Svetlana Litvinova, "manager of the agency". On the letter that I received from Yulia there was a caption from the agency that said, "you can find more photos of this girl and information about our agency" at sbagency.hypermart.net. I sent the money ($125 US) as instructed by Svetlana via Western Union, in Svetlanas name to Lugansk, Ukrania. I wrote Yulia to let her know that I had sent the money, and never got a response. I ended writing 2 or 3 other letters concerned that something bad may have happened, and then wrote to Svetlana at the agency. She said Yulia had to leave town and was now back. So, I wrote Yulia another letter, and she still did not respond. I wrote the agency again and Svetlana said that Yulia had not received any of my letters. So, I changed my screen name and wrote Yulia under the new name. She responded with the same letter, word for word, and provided the same pictures. And Svetlana Livinova e-mailed the same payment plan and brochure about the agency the same day.RJHPrevious pageNext pageBack to Main IndexTo send your own story, please click hereClick here to support Black ListLink to the Black ListRussian Brides Cyber Guides navigation bar:Russian women secretsMyths and realityFAQRussian namesRussian women glossaryRussian wivesAbout RussiaRussiaRussian cultureVisiting RussiaRussian visasEnglish-Russian phrase-bookBlack ListBlack List ArchiveDating scamsThe shocking truth about Russian bridesANTI-SCAM GUIDE E-books and articlesBooksArticlesDating Russian womenFiancee visasFREE articlesAdd articleRussian BridesRussian girlsRussian womenRussian ladiesRussian modelsReliable dating servicesServices and PricesToursWomens catalogPersonal listing for menRussian translationIndividual searchAdmin:About usContact usCustomer supportAffiliate programSite mapLinksAdd URLPress roomCopyright Russian Brides Cyber Guide, 1999-2005. All rights reserved.No portion of this site may be reproduced without written permission from the author. Feel free to link to. The use of this site implies your agreement with: Privacy Policy and Terms of UseScams in Russia - "Hello Conned American Men..."A:hover {color: #FF00FF} Are you going to send money to somebody you met on the Internet?Then rather invest $24.95 in the Anti-Scam Guide firstRussian Brides Cyber GuideHow to choose only HONEST SINCERE GIRLS? How to make sure I dont pick up a scammer?Click hereHello Conned American Men, I hope you publish my short letter. I have been to Russia and Ukraine 10 times and have been married to a Russian woman in past for 7 years, I have never one time been scammed only because I have taken the following measures.... 1. NEVER think, even for 1 minute, that a beautiful, young Russian woman would be interested in ANY man more than 20 years her age. Only stupid men, and forgive me for saying that, would allow themselves to believe a beauty (like so many Russian women are) less than half their age, would be interested in ANYTHING but money and a FREE ticket to America! WAKE UP GUYS!!! How many American women half your age, with looks to die for, are interested in your middle class life? NONE!2. If a woman asks for money, FOR ANY REASON AT ALL, she is not worth the trouble of meeting her or bringing her to America. NO EXCEPTIONS! I have never yet had a woman, and I have met 10 now, ask me for a dime! I screen out the rotten ones in the first phone call. It is easy.... if they ask your income, level of life or seem too lovey-dovey, DROP THEM COLD!!! Russian women NEVER express LOVE to a man on the first meeting, or second, etc..... it is not part of their culture! WAKE UP! DUMP the women who say "I love you" to soon when they have never even met you once! DUMP THEM FAST! 3. MAKE THEN WAIT for 1 year!!!!!! Visit them, call them, write them, BUT WAIT FOR 1 YEAR BEFORE BRINGING THEM TO AMERICA! Why? If they are sincere and really care for you... they will wait! CAN YOU? You better! 4. Remember the old saying. "You have been praying to God to me Mrs. young, sexy and attractive, yet you are short, fat and ugly.. it is not going to ever happen! Unless of course you are Bill Gates.. and have his money.I hope these tips help you all. I dont feel sorry for any guy that has foolishly sent money to a Russki without making her jump through 1 year of hoops. Sorry guys for your losses but you should have been thinking of marrying this woman with more than your "...", well you know what I mean. Steve L. p.s. Yes I do have a wonderful Ukraine woman that is beautiful and yes I do speak great Russian and yes I can help ANY guy pick out the "Russki" con woman in ONE phone conversation, it is easy! 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