Is Nataliya ( Samara, Russia) the russian scammer?
She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22
, financial damage US $ 250
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Nataliya ( Samara, Russia)
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Nataliya ( Samara, Russia) Scam still in progress as of December 21 2001 I am a single, 42 year old university professor open to sincere friendship or love but not actively seeking it. Although I do not spreak Russian, my father is from Russia and I have lived in Europe. The latest letters seemed too bizzare to be believed. Contact origination: Nataliya claimed to have seen my profile on match.com, have no membership or profile of her own, and to be borrowing the membership of [email protected] to contact me.. (Note that I have been unable to locate a profile for tuty79 on match.com) So far I have received a total of six letters over about 12 days and several attached photos, sent almost daily each weekday. The style of writing of *nataliya* is very similar to scam of Natalia Kushinova (spelling?) featured on your web site, and the poem sent me in *nataliyas* latest e-mail is identical to one already appearing on your web site. I see a similar pattern to scams you have listed, specifically no response to personal items raised by me, including a reference to my father having Alzheimers disease. Her pictures are of a different person than similar *nataliyas* on your site, and she reports ownership of a black cat named Murka. A photo of Murka was sent to me today. Note that the subject lines are always unaltereMoney referred to but so far not requested: In her last letter Nataliya professed feelings of love and lust for me, hinted that her "mum" approved. of them(!), and mentioned that a visa cost 290 dollars as reported by her friend working in a travel agency. The letters have not yet explicitly requested money. Before finding this web site, I wrote back today suggesting that love takes time, and that it is unthinkable that a woman could be in love after 12 days of letters.May all those from Russia and other nations seeking true friendship and honest love, find it.Rick
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