Agency: Ukrainian Tours from a Russian scammer? ScamCheck dating scammer.

Is Agency: Ukrainian Tours the Russian scammer?
She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22 , financial damage US $ 250

Rating:rating Voted:0

Preview all photos of this scammer, which we have. After clicking on the photo, you will be redirected to Google Images for check Russian scammers photos in the other places. Maybe the photo was stolen in social networks.
russian dating scammer Agency: Ukrainian Tours`s photo
Is she the russian scammer? All known names (aliases) of this scammer, which we have!
Agency: Ukrainian Tours
Is she the russian scammer? We known where she lives!

Is she the russian scammer? All known e'mail of this scammer, which we have!
[email protected]
Where you can to Spot and Meet Russian Dating Scammer (site(s), appplication(s))

Is she the russian scammer? For receive your money, she used this Bank Account
No info
Is she the russian scammer? All known phone numbers (usernames on Skype, WhatsApp etc) of this scammer, which we have!

Is She the russian scammer? All known additional details of this scammer, which we have. If we have a text of scammer's letter(s), it'll be remark in this color.

Agency: Ukrainian Tours starofukraine.com (site used to be under here - since moved) ukrainiantours.com (URL no longer valid) ukrainestar.com (Still valid) Mail Email address: [email protected] a 33 year old single guy, English, white, professional (working with Enterprise size computer systems/networks/security). Contacted a woman via Excite (before it was taken over and the contacts section closed). First made contact in August 2001. Received letters quite often, though they did seem to be a little odd (the style seemed to change slightly from time to time). Came across this site back in October, and never found any reference to this particular agency, Ukrainian Tours (starofukraine or ukrainiantours.com as it was back then, ukrainestar.com when I last looked into it), nor to the woman I was corresponding with. However, barely 2 weeks or so later the agency did appear! I was horrified to say the least! However, I decided to keep quiet and try a few things....I had flowers sent via a different agency to the address I was given - no luck there. It was reported back that there was a couple living at the address, not a single woman! I queried this with the agency, and was sent back a very pedantic reply. I grew even more suspicious when I requested a 30 minute video made especially for me by the lady of my choice to then be told it would be quicker if I ordered a 45 minute video! I was told my lady had agreed to make the video, but she never mentioned it in subsequent letters. Strange that, isnt it? Im no expert in physics, but even I know that 30 minutes of video will be quicker to produce and download than 45 minutes. What I suspect is that one had been done already, and this was a quick way out. I sent a mail specifying that I wanted her to go certain places and show me certain things - never heard back about it! I was also told that my E-Stamps had run out, when I clearly had a fair few left. I queried them about that and proved that they were wrong. Whatever they do to keep a track of what goes through their translators is pretty shoddy, because when the E-Stamps did run out, they never sent a notification to me. My suspicions were aroused again when I was sent a letter where it was claimed she had spent all day writing to me. Funny how it contained 75% of the text from an earlier letter, bar a couple of slight adjustments. The last letter came back in January - she claimed that she had lost her job and would try to contact me later. Never heard from her since. Im pretty damned annoyed about it all - I really liked this woman (trouble is I dont really know if she existed, or if she did whether she really wrote the letters). Ive attached her picture, but I must stress that I dont think she is directly involved. For reference, her name is Vika.Now, bearing in mind I work with computers for a living, I retrieved their current (and previous) domain address details, and administration/billing contact numbers for their service providers. I also contacted the company that provide their billing portal. They would be interested to hear about any complaints about this company (though I think to be fair we would have to have solid proof before much can be done). Luckily I didnt loose out too much (some English lessons, translation, and a cuddly toy). Serves me right for being a soft touch, but like so many others I guess I wanted to believe in her. Still looking for that special someone - a bit wiser now I think, but still itching to find a way to stop scammers from causing grief! Wolf.
Commentary of our visitor(s)

If you know the scammer, you can send a comment too. Need to submit all fields

Code
Enter (lowercase) code:


Our site is a free access website where any visitor can make a scam check or leave a comment about a person (possibly a russian dating scammer) whom the visitor got acquainted with through the online dating agency.
  The veracity of the comment is left to the person's conscience and is a result of his personal experience in the Internet. The administration of this website cannot be held responsible for the information posted by its users (name of a russian scammer, photo of a dating scammer, telephone number of a scammer, etc.) and does not enter into correspondence with the people involved (you may comment on the posted information), does not clarify points at issue, cannot appear as a representative of a user in organizations or institutions.
  We hope that you understand and support our intention to make acquaintances (that could be probably made through the more and more popular Online dating Agencies) easier, safer and of a better quality.