Is Olesya 363 (Chita, Russia) the Russian scammer?
She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22
, financial damage US $ 250
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Olesya 363 (Chita, Russia)
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Olesya 363 (Chita, Russia)Hello again-Im back with another story, different name and pictures of a blonde this time-uses [email protected] They first emailed me from Match.com, which I understand requires the use of a credit card in order to write to other members-but the reply address was the .ru one given above, and "her" profile had already been removed when I tried to access it, which seems to be pretty standard procedure with these guys...I wrote last year about Elena Kruglova from Tyumen, Russia-I see you still have my story on here with some of the photos-but the index one is of a different woman than the ones I received, so Im assuming they have kept the name and are using different photos with it... The 1st and 2nd emails received asked for the apparently quite standard $320.00 for a "B-2 tourist visa". The scammer evidently read my very first letter because in it I had mentioned that I had been approached by scammers twice before but thanks to your site I sent no money. They wrote back saying they were sorry I had had that experience, then used nearly the identical M.O.!! Im not sure if that takes balls or stupidity...in all my replies but the first one I have made increasingly sarcastic remarks, wondering when the request for money would come, expressing disappointment that there were no lingerie photos, etc-and twice I simply hit "Reply" without writing a word-so I know they only read the first letter...Im planning to scan some Monopoly money and email that to them... A poem in the last email contained perfect grammar and syntax-this poem is posted on other stories here as well-must be as standard as the $320.00 visa/plane fare...Hope this helps someone else, Dean Malkowski [email protected]
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