Is Olga Tihonova the russian scammer?
She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22
, financial damage US $ 250
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Olga Tihonova (Norilsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory, Russia) My name is Rick. I live in Kentucky. I am a 46 year old divorced man. On October 11, 2001 I received a letter from Olga basically asking for me to communicate in e-mail with her and tell her about me. The communication continued very general for several days with one e-mail coming daily and on the fifth day she talked about how she had developed feelings for me. On October 25, 2001 the letter stated that she needed money for her visa and passport the mount needed was 280.00 total and it was to be sent via Western Union. The Western Union address that she needed it sent to was ALFA BANK, LENINA ST. 121, KRASNOYARSK 660021. Communications continued daily for about two weeks then the communications started dropping to two to three times per week. There was a six day gap in the communication with Olga and on the seventh day an e-mail arrived stating that her grandmother had died and she had traveled to Krasnoyarsk to be with her family. On November 12, 2001 a somewhat urgent e-mail arrived stating that she needed $880.00 for her plain ticket and that she needed it that night to be sent to the same Western Union pick up site as before because she had gotten a good price on a plane ticket and had to buy it immediately. A letter came two days later thanking me for the money and that is the last I have heard from her. I have checked the web site out and found several other names with letters that are either identical or very similar to the letters that I have received from Olga. One of the allias names has the same exact address and birth day as Olga. Her name is Larisa Korkina. The other names that I feel are associated with this same person are as follows: Oksana Pirogova from Magadan, Russia; Tatyana Moskvina from Orenburg, Russia; and Marina Mihilova from Murmangk, Russia. The e-mail address recently used by this person are as follows: First letter - first e-mail address was [email protected] Second letter - second e-mail address was [email protected] after several letters she changed her e-mail address again and this is what she is still using. [email protected] are three pictures sent to me from Olga. I hope that nobody else gets scammed by this or any other person. Rick
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