Olga Petrenko (Kiev, Ukraine) from Kiev, Ukraine a Russian scammer? ScamCheck dating scammer.

Is Olga Petrenko (Kiev, Ukraine) the Russian scammer?
She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22 , financial damage US $ 250

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Olga Petrenko (Kiev, Ukraine)
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Olga Petrenko (Kiev, Ukraine)After a long and lonely divorce approximately 3 years ago, I decided that I was going to search for someone for a long term and possible marriage minded individual. I decided to search for my future partner in the Ukraine, Russia, Lativa areas since I had visited those areas on several occasions during work related business trips and discovered during those visits the warmth, kindness and inner beauty of the women in those countries. I began to study their cultures and histories, and it was amazing as well as sad as to how the men of those countries regard and treat their women.As the senior criminal prosecuting attorney I did my research on various internet resources and became a member of (3) three of them so that access to two-way communication could be maintained. Inquiry was also made via the American Embessy and Better Business Agencies as to the validity and background of different agencies and firms. In November of 2001, I was contacted by a lady known as Sasha Rostova via the service Match.com which is an AOL affiliate, and since it was thru AOL a well known organization one would have felt safe and that everything was on the level.After a couple of months of communication, the lady suggested that I send all future letters thru the service of INOL-Agency, Olga Petrenko, Owner and Director of the Agency in Kiev. Upon doing a search for this agency, it was found at agency-inol.narod.ru which advertised that the agency was a marriage agency. Upon contacting this individual, it was learned that she was the representative for the lady I had been communicating with and forwarded to me a list of services and there respective cost. Since Sasha was having difficulty in the translation of the English language, it was requested that I send $300.00 via Western Union payable to Olga Petrenko, to cover and assist with Sashas English tutor lessons. As communications with Sasha continued, it was noticeable that her grasp of the English language was becoming better and better.Communications continued with Sasha and Olga with the focus of those letters were working out various details concerning Visas Passports and travel arrangements. Olga Petrenko informed me that the cost for these various documents were: International Passport $150.00,Tourist Visa to US $400.00, Air Tickets $800.00 and Unexpected expense for Sasha and traveling money $200.00 (a total of $1,550.00). A complete total of $1,850.00 being sent to Olga Petrenko.Based on months (now March 2002)of conversation with both Sasha and this Olga person, it was now time for departure processing to begin so on the insistence of Olga, who was the owner and director of this agency, the funds were send via Western Union and payable to Olga Petrenko. After approximately 14 days of the funds being sent, I was once again contacted, this time from Sasha informing me that she was using a computer from the InterNET Cafe. That Olga, had given her money to use this computer due to a recent burglary at the Agency. Another couple of weeks pass and I received a letter from Sasha advising that her mother was sick with cancer and was requiring an immediate operation. That the cost of this operation at the hospital would require $1,700.00. I responded by informing Sasha that I would help with her mothers medical issue, but that I could not do it alone. That she had to come to the US and assist me in medical arrangements for the cancer treatment.As immediately as I informed her that no further money would be coming until her arrival here, all communication from Sasha and Olga stopped. I continued to write to Olga, to review all events and options available, but NO response has yet to be received.Currently, although chances of recovery of these funds in null, I have exercised international laws under international treaties, and I have learned that there is no-one named Sasha Rostova. There was no one treated for Cancer in any hospital that handles this type of medical treatment and that the physical address for Sasha was an abandoned building.In conclusion, this letter is submitted only as a public warning to be extremely careful with whom you are dealing with. For I went the extra mile in doing research to check sources and still, the scammer committed Felony Fraud. Sincerely yours, Jerry jerrywbolton@msn.com
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