Is Lugansk, Ukraine) the Russian scammer?
She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22
, financial damage US $ 250
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Dyka Helena (Lugansk, Ukraine)The scammers name is probably Dyka Helena [email protected] at least that is the name that she wanted me to have the money forwarded to in Lugansk Ukraine. This lady or person supposedly provides a cyber cafe for women to use to communicate. My name is Stephen and I work for a business consulting firm in Tucson, Arizona. Some years ago we had an office in Helsinki, Finland so I have had some overseas experience. But I really was alerted to the possibility of a scam because of an article by Anatoly Neverov womenrussiadotcom/blacklist1.htm. My original contact with the woman of my dreams (and she was) was through Absolute Agency. "Ella Han" was registered on 10-2-01 (A1300689) and my first contact with her was 10-9-01. For a number of weeks we corresponded and the relationship was progressing seemingly very well. But only because of Mr. Neverovs article did I begin to notice that this probably wasnt Ella Han but someone else who was using her image, i.e., someone had posed for two or three model picture and then someone else (possibly an employee of Dyka Helenas or herself) answered my letters with what they thought I wanted to hear while posing as the person in the picture. Inevitably it came to pass after three-four weeks and letters everyday that "Ella" couldnt afford to pay for the services. Although, a credit card was needed to be listed on the Absolute Agency site, only after three weeks did she not have the resources to continue. My questionson the money were answered by Dyka Helena possibly because of my not "knowing how to proceed". She requested that the money be sent to her instead of Ella because she used the services of the "bank" of Western Union. I called Western Unions international customer service number and was told that the recepient had to show a passport in order to pick up wire transferred money. Thus she gave me a name Dyka Helena, Ukraine, Luhansk. Her email is [email protected] It seemed funny that the prices for using the services of [email protected] included translating letters(3-5$), telephone calls (10 minutes 5$), copying of photos (1-2$), doing the international passport (70-100$). But there wqas no price for providing the internet service which was what Ella Han couldnt afford to continue doing. Needless to say, no money was transferred to anyone. Too bad, "Ella Han" was my idea of a beautiful person inside and out. Too bad also that she was fictional. She is now being passed off as Helena Dyka and she registered this time with Absolute Agency on 11-19-01 and was given A1544658. I have not informed Absolute Agency. My suspicions are that they are based possibly in Russia (at least seem to have an unusual number of Russian women listed) and would respond to this situation just to get it off of the internet. It seems more important that other people be able to verify this information (I also have letters, etc. to back up what I have said here) for themselves. Besides for the money they are charging, the agencies should be policing themselves if they are serious. However, there is probably so much of this type of scamming going on, they probably dont care. Should you have need, please contact me at Stephen, [email protected] P.S. We all owe a debt of gratitude to Mr. Anatoly Neverov. Quite possibly, he gave his life because of his outspoken manner against these scammers. From this reader, Thank you Mr. Neverov, whereever you are. Your work lives on.
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