Is Tatyana Aytova (Saratov, Russia) the russian scammer?
She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22
, financial damage US $250.00
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Tatyana Aytova (Saratov, Russia)
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Tatyana Aytova (Saratov, Russia)Im glad that I ran onto your website before I sent any more money to Russia. Im a divorced father of two. I posted my profile up on Match.com back in early October 2001 and immediately began receiving email from "[email protected] (Tatyana)". They asked for my actual email address, which I ignorantly gave. I exchanged emails for about 1 month. There was a new email each day with a different picture. Although the messages stayed fairly conservative, she(they) eventually proclaimed her love for me. I received many of the form messages that are already posted on this site. I also received shorter messages that filled in between the larger form messages. They were very convincing. They answered some of the questions that I asked, but not all of them. Just enough to keep me convinced. Eventually she(they) supposedly went to get a Visa. They then claimed that they only had $50 and needed $300 more. They begged me to send the $300 Western Union. Which I finally did. I had the feeling that I was being scammed, but I still took the chance. They claimed that the Visa would take two weeks, so we continued to exchange messages with pictures. Then she(they) went to Moscow to get the airline ticket. She(they) claimed to have an aunt that worked at the airport(same claim made by other postings on this website). She then asked for $700 for the airline ticket, again by Western Union. I then knew I was being scammed. I knew that $700 was not enough for a plain ticket from Russia. I did a web search on "Tatyana Aytova" and found your website. There was another "Tatyana Aytova" posted with some of the same pictures that I had received. The differences were her location in Russia and her email address. Here are the specifics on the Tatyana that I sent money to: Tatyana Aytova Saratov Russia [email protected] (Tatyana) I cant remember the street address that she sent me, but it is likely not real anyway. The final messages contained poems and love letters and did get a lot more personal, i.e., sexual dreams. I have attached several of the pictures that were sent to me. Once again, thanks very much for your website, it likely saved me a lot of money!!!!!! Dave
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