Is Ekaterina (Katya) Strelkova (Yoshka-Ola, Russia) the Russian scammer?
She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22
, financial damage US $ 250
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Ekaterina (Katya) Strelkova (Yoshka-Ola, Russia)
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Ekaterina (Katya) Strelkova (Yoshka-Ola, Russia) My name is Jason. I am a single 32 years old and living in Australia. I have been caught up this scam. All my emails from the above person are pretty much the same from the blackpage67 and blackpage77. On 19th January 2002, Katya (Ekaterina Strelkova) sent her first introductory letter through friendfinder.com web site as where my personal profile was located. Her profile name is "v_katusha". She explained that she would like to develop the friendship/relationship and knowing me a little better. She asked me to use [email protected] e-mail address if I decide to communicate her further. We have been exchanging the letters including photos the several times a week. Our development of the friendship, trustworthy, caring, similar personalities, etc went really well as usual. On 19th February, she has made a decision. She would like to meet me in Australia. She cannot wait sooner rather than later. She was seeking my help to support her travel plan and to cover travel expenses. Such as visa and passport applications, airfare and some sort of the travel guarantees while departing from Russia. She continued to tell me that she was deeply loved me and would like to live with me in Australia. She forwarded her name and postal address as the following: Russia, republic Mari-el, city Yoshkar-ola, street Lebediba, House 60b, apartment 3 I was aware of her behavior. Therefore I decided to debate her plans in Australia a bit further. It took me two days to decide whether to accept her request to cover her travel expense. Finally, I agreed to cover her expense for her travel plan to Australia. I asked her bank branch code and her account information so the fund can be transferred securely. Unfortunately, she denied her bank account information including sending the bank cheque under her name by using the registered mail. She explained that the people in Russia would steal things from the registered mails. I was pretty much in doubt as what she said. She advised me to use the Western Union and explained it is the safest and quickest way to transfer my fund. I assume she will be collecting at one of Western Union agents at Guta bank in Yoshkar-olg city The bank contact detail is: Guta Bank Vashskaya, 8 Yoshkar-ola, 424000 Telephone +7 (836) 2126931On 4th March, I received her letter and she informed me that she went to the bank and collected my fund. She explained that she was preparing to travel in Moscow and lodge the visa and passport applications. On 7th March, One of Katya closest girlfriend, Lena (Elena Ivanova - another Internet scammer) informed me that she had an accident on the way home from Moscow. Lena explained that Katya was a critical condition at the hospital. Lena was seeking $1100 dollars USA to help and cover Katyas medical expense for an urgent surgery in Moscow. I have noticed that Lena is using Katyas e-mail address as [email protected] before changing the new e-mail address. For the past several days, I was trying to confirm whether this accident really did happen. I asked Lena to declare a statutory declaration (a legal document) to explain these events. Such as a copy of the police accident statement, travel companys accident statement and contact details, a photo of Katya while she is at the hospital, Katyas doctor full name and hospital contact details, etc. On 10th March, Lena informed me with the new email address as [email protected] 12th March, Lena sent the letter and explained the simple information about the accident without using the statutory declaration statements. She still seeking $1100 dollars USA and the payment can be made with the Western Union. Lena full name is Elena Ivanova and the address is 17b, Petrov St, apt. 101 Marl-El, 42400, Russia. I become more suspicious. Lena did not declare, scan and email any statutory declaration documents by my request. Katya and Lena did not forward their body description information. On the Western Union form, It does require the receivers physical description if collecting over US$500. I am in process to lodge my compliant to the Russian Federation and United States embassies in Australia; Interpol, friendfinder security and Western Union/Guta Bank fraud department officials. My biggest and the most interesting question is either if Guta bank or Western Union knew about this problem before my transfer was made. Then why their system havent checked any known suspects such as names and addresses as stated from this site to their blacklist prior the transfer? This could save our money before too late. I found out the current scam using the same name and address for the several months. Perhaps it is another big security hole within their system. If this theory is correct, perhaps we could blame the Western Union/Guta Bank officials failure to protect against this serious crime. JMF [email protected]
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