Is Natasha Gelash (Saratov, Russia) the Russian scammer?
She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22
, financial damage US $ 250
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Natasha Gelash (Saratov, Russia)
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Natasha Gelash (Saratov, Russia)Hello, This is to report on Natasha Gelash from Saratov and warn other hopeful men not to respond to her e-mails. It is a scam. Subject: E-mail Scam by Natasha Gelash from Saratov Russia I am a single man, 43, from California. I posted an add on Yahoo-Personals and on Aug-4-2002 I was contacted by firstname.lastname@example.org . Her Yahoo ID was olegsm_567.The exchange of e-mails lasted for over a month, they were almost a copy of the ones reported by Steve in this section (womenrussia/blacklist). Romantic, passionate, desperate.A delivery service that I used, told me that there was no Natasha at an address that she had give me: Natasha Gelash, Pushkin St 12-8 Saratov, Russia 624000. The e-mails also included photos of a pretty woman who is said to be 30 years old, single, heart-broken from a breakup with a prospective abusive husband. I broke all connection with her, after I read Steves story in this section.Please be warned not to contact or reply to her e-mails, they eventually request you to send her money.Sincerely, Richard. Thank you very much for the prompt reply and action. If it was not for an alert friend, I would have probably fall prey to this scam and send this Natasha money. The site pisem.net was notified, acted quickly and disabled her email@example.com e-mail account.However, Natasha sent me another e-mail today, this time asking for $285US for Passport and Visa, using a new e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org You may want to add to the info on her.For the right woman, I would go overboard and help as much as or more that I may be asked for, but aparently one needs to be carful. Thanks again (Spaciba). Richard G.
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