Is Tatyana Naumova the russian scammer?
She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22
, financial damage US $ 250
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Tatyana Naumova (Petersburg or Yoshkar-Ola, Russia). I am a middle-aged American man, single, and I have been to Russia several times since 1993. Over the years, I have had a few relationships with Russian and Ukrainian girls and now have many friends in Russia. My last visit was October 2007 when I rented an apartment in St. Petersburg for the entire month. I speak Russian and have traveled through various areas of the country with some of my Russian friends. I have been on the internet recently looking at some websites and have dated about 40 Russian girls during the last two years. I have met Russian girls via ads in newspapers, through the Internet and through introductions from Russian and American friends. Twice, I have had girlfriends come to visit me here in the states and stay with me for a few weeks. Although most of them wanted to marry me, I have chosen for various reasons not to marry. In December, I received an e-mail from a girl claiming to be Tatiana Naumova who had seen my profile on a website. I wont bother to include her letters because they are much the same as others which I have read on the Black List. Curious, I responded to her letter and we began corresponding. Tatyana sent me a very realistic picture of her (included below) with a sleeping area in the background. Of course, this picture could have been taken anywhere in Russia, but she was attractive yet not so attractive that I was suspicious. She claimed to be a cook, lived with her strict parents, and later told me she was a virgin. She told me about her abusive boss at the restaurant, problems on the streets with hooligans, and her loyal dog, Reks, who protected her from danger. She supposedly named a pie after me and won a contest with a prize of $50 which she planned to save toward getting a visa to visit me in the US. After a few letters, she began to tell me that she was falling in love with me, was distracted at work, and met with her parents to tell them that she wanted to move to America to be with me. From my previous Russian experiences, I know that it is almost impossible for a young attractive single girl to get a visa to visit the US, so I was suspicious. She told me that her Uncle lived in Moscow and could get her a free ticket to fly to the US, and she had a girlfriend who could get her a 90 day visa through an agency. She also informed me that she was fantasizing about having sex with me. She later asked for $300 in order to get a visa. I suspected right away that it was a scam, so I played along with the game and told her how much I loved her and talked about my great financial situation and all the things that we could do together. After about four letters, I didnt find her story believable. She also sent me a poem written in English with correct meter and rhyme and informed me that she had written it for me. As a former English teacher with a Masters Degree in English lit, I knew that this was a lie, so I continued to play along with her. Although she asked for $300, I told her that I had sent her $500 because I wanted to make sure that she had enough money to make the trip and ensure that she would have enough cash to make the trip comfortably. She went to the bank to collect the money which wasnt there. I told her that I would check with my bank and then emailed her the next day to inform her that the money had been sent and was waiting for her. I sent her back to the bank three separate occasions, the last time with a phony transaction number. I considered sending her $1, but I got tired of playing the game, and stopped writing her. I sent her nothing and had a little amusement at her expense.By the way, she did not have a home phone number so there is no way that I could call her. She promised to call me once she got to Moscow and had gotten her visa. I have now found some of the same photos and letters which were very similar to her letters on the black list. Who knows if there is even a girl writing these letters? Who knows where the letters really come from? Frankly, I consider it to be foolish and potentially dangerous game to play on lonely men.This is her information:Tatyana Naumova Menatep "Spb" Bank 122 Komsomolskaya Str. Yoshkar-Ola Russia. Sincerely, J.M.
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