Is Natalia Bondar the Russian scammer?
She appeared in our database from 2019-05-07
, financial damage US $ 400
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I got know Natalia Bondar on RomanceCompass. She stated that she had lost her parents when she was 15.
She always did mention her godmother. She also stated that she was the owner of a hair salon.
We corresponded on RomanceCompass for at least 6-8 months. Our communication I thought was going well.
I did think of all the scams but things with Natalia seemed different. I would ask her to send me photos with a message just to make sure she was real and she did. I did not save these photos. I also received a photo after I sent her chocolate candy which is in the photos I attached.
I always asked her if we could get off RomanceCompass and correspond with personal email or on another social site. I did get her contact information from RomanceCompass.
After the situation in Lugansk with the fighting, Natalia told me in a text message that she moved to Sevastopol in Crimea and told me she deleted her account on RomanceCompass and wanted me to delete my account because she said, she wanted me to be her man, so I did.
After a while, she did send me her email and we started corresponding on email and I did talk to her on the phone a couple times. Then I received an email stating she was running out of money for food and needed a place to stay. She did ask for help a few times.
Hearing the news of all displaced people in Lugansk because of the fighting it just seemed legitimate and That is when my heart was feeling the pain for her. My heart was telling me that I could not let a young pretty 26 year old live in that kind of situation. In the 4 months we corresponded with email, I did send Natalia Bondar $400 via Western Union.
After the last time I sent her money, I did not hear from her in a few days and she responded in an email that she had a new account on Viber.co which is an app. for free text messages and phone calls. I did text the first few times with her and after that, I did not get any response from Viber or email. I did call her on the phone and she stated she could not get my messages on Viber and to email her. I finally did realize that she must have blocked me on Viber because she had group messaging.
Then I knew what was going on. I did decide to call her one more time and a man answered this time, and that confirmed my suspicions.
Yes, I have learned my lesson. After reading all the information on dating site scams, I will be more knowledgeable what to look for. And actually that will be my first and last time.
She very love me, of course
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