Marina Lyzhyna/Mihailova (Orenburg, Russia) from Moscow a Russian scammer? ScamCheck dating scammer.

Is Marina Lyzhyna/Mihailova (Orenburg, Russia) the Russian scammer?
She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22 , financial damage US $ 250

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Marina Lyzhyna/Mihailova (Orenburg, Russia)My name is Chuck Parsons, I am a divorced man, 44 years of age, and am employed by the Federal Government as an aerospace engineer. I was initially contacted by "Marina" after she saw my personal on on 12 November 2001. In her 12th letter dated 8 December 2001 Marina requested money in the amount of $290 for the purpose of obtaining a visa to the U.S.. Her aunt "Olga" is supposedly employed by a travel agency in Moscow and could see to it that her visa application went quickly, but she needed the money the next day. I did not send money, instead I began researching how money could be sent and making sure it was delivered to the right person. In my search, I stumbled across the BlackList and began to recognize the patterns. I contacted Western Union and they said if there is any question, "Dont send the money". I wrote back telling Marina I had to go out of town on business and would not be back for 3 days. When I supposedly got back (I never left, just needed more time to study the game), she sent another email requesting the money again. By now, I was sure she was a phony. The letters I received from Marina were nearly word for word what Dan put on the BlackList in the 13 December update. The first and the "money" letters are attached as .txt files below. I then told her that until she answered all the questions I had asked in my last email, there would be no money. She failed to answer the questions so I sent her a note titled "LastChance" which is attached below. She sent the letter titled "Questions" at that time (see attachment).Marina even called me on 14 December at 0715 CST and asked me to send her a letter, then quickly hung up after stating she only had one minute to speak. I sent her another letter all right, this one referenced letters I had seen in the BlackList, and I even posted some excerpts from the list to let her know I was on to her, and everyone else would be as soon as I could notify the free email providers of her name, address, and all the rest of the information I had on her. She provided me with an address: Russia Orenburgs Area Orenburg City Gagarin Street, 25-99 When she asked for money, it was to be sent to the same Avangard Bank that Dan listed in his posting. I receive the same pictures as Dan, plus a couple of others that I am attaching to this message. Even though I did not send any money, I went ahead and purchased the AntiScam Guide, and am glad I did. It will definitely come in handy. I have not become disheartened by this experience, but I will go into the next situation with my eyes WIDE OPEN!! Thank You for this service, and I am hoping more people hear about it. I am going to request,,, and others post this website as a warning to those that express an interest in meeting Russian women in these free sites. Chuck Parsons (256) 858-5583
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