And to make matters worse, the letters on that website all sound eerily familiar to the ones I have recieved. I have copies of all 15 emails she has sent me, along with all of the photos she has sent. She suddenly changed her email address 2 days ago to [email protected] Her old email address was [email protected] I hope that this is coincidence, but I fear I am wrong. I hope this email saves the next person from certain heartache and possible financial ruin. Robert Orth
But before our occurring it - there are a lot of difficulties. I have the girlfriend, which one work in transport agency. She(it) has told me, that in USA the visa, which one lasts within 3 months there are 350 bucks. It is very expensive for me. I do(make) my grant 60 bucks per one month
I talked to my girlfriend from travel agency. She speaks that visa B-2 is necessary for me. The visa is registered 2 weeks and operates 3 months then. It to cost 350 dollars. Tickets to cost 1200 dollars there and back. It is very many money. Unfortunately I have no such money. If you may help me with money to speed up our meeting, you may send money through Western Union. The address of bank: AK BARS Bank 1 Dekabristov street Kazan 420066 RUSSIA. Olga Yureva
Dear Sirs: I recieved an email on 1/20/02 from your site about a possible match with a girl that uses the name russiangirl. Her name is Olga and we have corresponded heavily since then, with plans on meeting in the future. I know this is sounding like a "true love found" letter, but let me assure you that it is not. The saga took a severe left turn about 3 days ago when I discovered a website discussing Russian girls scamming men for money for non-existent plane tickets and visas. That website is womenrussiadotcom/blacklist_summary.htm I believe that she is one of those listed on that website, because a picture that she sent me is listed under three different names on that website. Those three names are: Zinaida Petrova Elena Votrina Elena Volodina The name she used with me was Olga Yureva.