Is Kristina the Russian scammer?
She appeared in our database from 2008-09-06
, financial damage US $ 250
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Some info for you all. I met a woman on a site called yeva4u.net. I travelled to Odessa in the Ukraine to meet this lady. She arranged an apartment for me and a translator. After hearing from them how much work it was to get everything lined up I felt really good about the effort she had made. The second day in the apartment I found a keyboard for a computer hidden in a bunch of renovation materials. Just because of a strange feeling about why the keyboard was hidden where it was I plugged it in and turned on the computer in the apartment. Wow, what a surprise. After hearing about the high moral standards of the women of the Ukraine and that it would be a long time before she could be left alone in my company, without a translator, I found some really sexy photos, a ton of letters to men from all over, and clear evidence that she was asking many of these men for money. So many tales of sadness it almost broke my heart after reading them. I made the mistake of confronting her and she took the keyboard and passworded the computer. As it turns out her translator was more money hungry than she was and after a fairly large bribe she spilled all. I do not have the letters, but I do have a couple of photos attached to this message.
She uses several names, Kristina, Olya, and Olga.
Her translator is Anna. Her country is the Ukraine, her city is Odessa, her email is [email protected]
I never did get a phone number but her translator has the phone number +380679107568. She has another email that is klinsa........ the rest of it I only caught a short glimpse of before she shut the computer down. My name is Brad, my email is [email protected] I have no problem with anyone contacting me to talk about these people. I want to stress to anyone using these websites that it is going to be cheaper in the long run to travel to meet these women rather than fall for the bullshit lines you will receive about help me pay for the agency to come to you. It is much more fun and much safer to take the trip to meet them yourself.
The apartment in Odessa that she found for me is at Gagarina str./Shevchenko at 23-30. ( in Russian you say Gagarina ugol Shevchenko). This place is owned by yeva4u.net and is used by a lot of these scammers. Here is the URL of her profile yeva4udotnet/index.php?show=profile&id=13569868. As you can see from the photos, they are two different people. The dark, long haired woman is the scammer, the other woman is the translator. Good luck, DO NOT SEND MONEY!
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