Yes, Elena Ivanova is the russian scammer!
She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22
, financial damage US $250.00
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Elena Ivanova, Natasha (Natalya) Jitinkina (Yoshkar-Ola, Mari-El, Russia)I am 42 Y/O American male. Thanks to your website have not been the victim of this scammer but wanted to report on the latest activities of one. Her name is now Elena Ivanova but she is also Natasha (Natalya) Jitinkina (Yoshkar-Ola, Mari-El, Russia) - see her photo below. I approached her via matchdotcom finding her by her profile name: elena1301. We conversed for r couple of weeks and she seemed very nice. I asked for her phone number but she told me she lived with her parents and she hadnt yet told he parents that she was looking abroad for a husband and didnt want to tell them until she was sure. she told me her Mom was a music school teacher and her father was unable to work because of illness. She told me she worked as a teacher of young children.Everything seemed fairly normal except when I suggested that I would like to visit her she told me she would rather come to the US. I told her that I understood that it was difficult to get a visa to the Us but she told me it could be done quickly and easily as long as you were willing to pay. She never actually asked for money but I did offer to pay for her trip if she decided to come which she jumped at. I asked her when her birthday was and she told me it was January 13th I asked for her address so I could send her a gift. The thing that kept nagging at me was the mention of it being easy to get a visa. She gave me her address as Elena Ivanova 32B-73 Lebedeva St. Yoshkar-Ola Mari El, 424000 Russia Imagine my heartbreak to find that address on this website for some other scammer. I sent her an email with a link to this site and waited for her to make the next contact via instant messaging. I steered our conversation in the direction of her making a trip to meet me. During the conversation she suddenly broke contact (I assume she received the mail I sent) and has not been heard from since. One thing I will say is that anyone looking for a Russian woman should be sure to purchase the anti scammer guide and read every page of this website.
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