Is Natalya (Natasha) Bakalova (Kiev, Ukraine) the russian scammer?
She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22
, financial damage US $ 250
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Natalya (Natasha) Bakalova (Kiev, Ukraine)
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Natalya (Natasha) Bakalova (Kiev, Ukraine)I began contact with this women during the middle of September through kiss.com. We corresponded regularly during 3 months. After about 2 months of correspondence we began talking about meeting. I work for a large multinational company and we have our own in-house travel department through which I can arrange trips (including visa costs) at a substantial discount, so I decided to bring this women to New York city. I made the arrangements and wrote Natasha about the travel agency she must go to in Kiev in order to submit the necessary documents for the visa. She wrote back and said she does not have an international passport, which is one of the documents needed for the visa. She wrote back telling me that this would cost $125 and that she couldnt afford such a big expense all at once, though she did not come right out and ask for the money directly. Since her emails were very normal and she had never once asked for money, I wired her the $125. I wrote her that I had sent this money on December 18th. No reply from her. After Dec 18th, I sent 3 more emails and still no replies. At first I thought she was busy because of the holidays, but then two days ago I received an email from her, but with another guys name on the greeting of the email. This email, by the way, is almost an exact copy of one I received toward the beginning of our correspondence. I did a bit of research on scam sites, found this one, and guess what? She is listed on page 50 of this list. Thats when I knew I had been scammed. Oh well, I only lost $125, but the valuable lesson I learned is almost worth it.Natalya (Natasha) Bakalova Krasnozvezdny prospect 117, apt 1 Kiev, Ukraine Tel: 38 044 516 84 20
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