Is Mila251 and Interchance the Russian scammer?
She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22
, financial damage US $ 250
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Mila251 and Interchance
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Mila251 and Interchance (Odessa, Ukraine)My name is David Siegel. I contacted Mila251 at Match.com and she immediately began sending me very affectionate emails. I had suspicions so I asked questions and most of them came back with reasonable answers. Several times the exact same paragraph would come back to me, prompting me to wonder about her translator. Everything went through the Agency and translator as "Mila" had no phone and no access to the Internet. After several weeks of emails, I decided to wire money for her translation services, passport, visa, and airfare. As soon as I sent the money, she sent a very nice email thanking me and saying how excited she was to come see me. In the next email, her mother became suddenly very sick and she had no one to ask for help except me. I was the only person in the world who could save her poor dying mother. She was very upset and needed money urgently. I told her that if she came to see me personally, I would be happy to give her more money. I heard nothing after that.They are currently operating at skybusinessdotcom/czlove/ Their current email addresses are: [email protected]@yahoo.comHere are the photos of "Mila". I believe every woman on this web site is there to help these scammers trap men into sending money. They arent there, just the photos and the scammers emailing asking for money on their behalf. Beware -- they will probably come back with another name, but watch for the same girls: #1: Inessa, #2: Natasha, #3: Lena, #4: Anna, #249: Sveta, #251: Milla, #252: NatashaThe woman who seems to be behind this scam is Nataly Romanovskaya Danger! -- do not send money to Ms Romanovskaya!!There is a web site about this scam agency here: members.tripoddotcom/amour-of-ukraine/Feel free to contact me if you have more information. David Siegel
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