Is Natalia Moronenko (Tomsk, Russia) the Russian scammer?
She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22
, financial damage US $ 250
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Natalia Moronenko (Tomsk, Russia)
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Natalia Moronenko (Tomsk, Russia)I recently had an ongoing exchange of emails with a lady who identified herself as Natalia Moronenko of Pushkina str.27-E, appt. # 54 of Tomsk, 634003, Russia. Her email address is [email protected], Natalia was a medical student about to graduate from medical school. She was 23 years old, a very attractive blond lady, with a nice photo of herself standing next to a poplar tree and another photo with her standing with fellow lady students.We had a very nice exchange of emails. Everything was going fine and we had decided to meet. However, I was very hesitant about traveling to Siberia to meet this lady. My lady suggested that she could get a visitors visa to the US. I enplained to her that I understood it would be next to impossible for her to do that but she replied that if she got her mom to change the ownership of their property into her name, that as a property owner, she could then qualify for the visa.So, the next thing I know, she informs me that she has changed the ownership of the property and had checked with an agency in Tomsk and that they have a package which would include getting her an exterior passport and arranging all of the travel arrangements and it would all be complete for only $1,200.00 USD. She preferred to travel to the US rather than to meet somewhere like Cyprus, explaining that it would be more real to see my home and my city and all. Well, thats all well and good. However, I wasnt born yesterday. Im going to think long and hard before I send $1,200.00 to someone Ive never even met half way around the world. So, I decided to check with a marriage agency in Siberia to determine if this lady was on the up and up. I contacted [email protected] and asked if they had a service to check out the existance and intentions of this lady.I received a very good letter from them with the following advice plus the offer to check out the lady for $50.00 USD.1. Does she have a computer at home? 2. Does she correspond through any other agency? What is its name? 3. Does she have a telephone? 4. How many photos did she send you. 5. Does she speak English? Does she use translators services? 6. Did you talk with her over the phone? How many times? 7. Where can we find her profile in Internet? 8. If you dont want to order our full service to check if she is a scammer or not, please send the first letter and first ( not best, but first) photo from her anyway. Well try to tell you something about her anyways."Dont send her any money while you are not sure she exists and really wants to meet with you!"I thought this was all good advice, most especially the last.Well, five days passed from the time lady love requested the $1,200.00 USD until I received an email back from her that she had found a new love. Yeah, right! Well, if so, at least Ive still got my $1,200.00 and my self respect. Nevertheless, I was thinking with my balls rather than my brain. An easy thing to do when one wishes for marital happiness and seeks a bride from half a world away.Guys, dont send money. Keep your money in your pants. Dont let the scammers ruin your chances for happiness. Stephen
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