Olga Yurieva (Kazan, Russia) - 2 from Kazan a Russian scammer? ScamCheck dating scammer.

Is Olga Yurieva (Kazan, Russia) - 2 the Russian scammer?
She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22 , financial damage US $ 250

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Olga Yurieva (Kazan, Russia) - 2Im a single dad of 1 daughter, living in Australia. I was contacted by this person "Olga Yurieva" through the Freindfinder website.I have seen most of the letters she has sent me on your website, and her photos also. When it came time to "give money for a visa" I decided it was time to do some checking, and luckly I found this website! She is also listed under these names on your website; Anna Garanina Vladimirovna / Natasha Kuvshinova / Elena (Kazan Russia) I wont bother copying the emails as most of them are already listed on the website. Ill attach only a single photo as you have them all too!! Thank goodness for this website!!Update on possible information on the whereabouts of this person for those who have been scammed. Upon checking the details of the emails this person sent to me I have found this:Received: from mpool.relinfo.ru ([]) by mx01.******.com.au with Microsoft SMTPSVC(5.0.2195.4617); Tue, 26 Feb 2002 22:44:24 +1100 Received: from andron (47.dialup.mari-el.ru []) by mpool.relinfo.ru (X.X.X/X.X.X) with ESMTP id OAA23500When I checked dialup.mari-el.ru I used mari-el.ru and I found that this is a Russian Internet service provider, providing dial up accounts.This information will be of value to those who are forwarding complaints to the FBI, and will provide a possible trace to the person who is sending these emails.This person obviously has an internet account with this company. Everything is traceable on the internet now days, all you have to do is contact the company, and match the times the emails was sent, with the companys log of who was accessing the free email account in question, in my case it was pochtamt.ru They can match the IP address used to access that website, with the time, and then you have the dialup account used to take your money !! With that a name and address can be retrieved from the dialup company in Russia and the FBI can go to work.Thanks for helping us all out. Nik.
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