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Location: Tomsk, Russia
E-mail: greenday564@gmail.com


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2007-04-03, 20:26:47
raayemo@yahoo.com from Raleigh in North Carolina, United States  
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hey guys this bitch Tatyana VBereshagina ( porky luagh @gmail.com ) almost got me really good ,,,, she supposedly was startikng her vacation on April 2, 2007,, she had asked me for plane fare the previous week and I ignored it ,,, then the ist arrived and she said sha wanted to come here and spend a romantic vacation here with me ,,, she even called me ,,,, so I went to western union to send her funds ....... western union immediately sent me a refund ,, so I go online and do some serious checking and what do ya know here she is ,,, but she is not on the Russian Black lkist ,,, What the F%$# ,,, ya know ,,, thank you westarn union ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, she has sent me all of the same pics as I have seen here ,,, she left out a few ,,,,,,, i really liked the one of her in kindergarten..LOL ...She had me as she almost had many of us ,,,, she is a beautiful creature ,,,,,,, why does she have to do this to all of us guys ???


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2007-04-04, 02:39:08
anonymous from United States  
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tatyana vereshagina is smooth with her words, told her she should write romance novels. hahaha. she almost took me, but i pulled up moscow, found this site thanks to google and couldn't believe what i was seeing and reading. same bull shit she or they were sending to everyone around the world. stopped money transfer via western union, she/they hadn/t pick it up yet. glad i did some research, can't wait too see what her response is.
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2007-04-05, 18:50:38
anonymous from United States  
here are a few more pics of Tatyana Vereshagina ,,,,,,,,, The dentist fron Irkutsk , Siberia , Russia ,,,,,,, Her birthday supposedly is Feb. 25, 1976,, Be very aware , she even invited me to come to see her in Russia ,,, I wonder how that would have worked LOL,, I have not received any e=mails since I picked up my refund ,, Elana's models site says never ever send money ,,, Take that to heart ,, thank you all very much,,,
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2007-04-07, 02:49:05
anonymous from United States  
I have tracked this girl half way around the world and she moves from place to place faster than a june bug trying to get away from a hungry duck. I've found 10 addresses for the names listed here in the last year alone. Either she moves alot or she just walks around finding empty houses to get the address for.

All I can say is that thankfully someone out there was good enough to place this site here and let everyone else know just how she or they really are. Oh btw the IP address that is listed in the one guy's post is not the right IP addy for this group as it is only the IP addy for the router coming out of Russia for the US.
2007-04-18, 01:51:07
anonymous from United States  
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she tried the scam on me. here is the picture she sent me. she said her name was Anna.


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2007-04-18, 13:49:09   (updated: 2007-04-18, 13:50:09)
anonymous from United States  
HI to the two copy and pasted postings. . . .

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1. 2007-04-07, 02:49:05
anonymous from United States

I have tracked this girl half way around the world and she moves from place to place faster than a june bug trying to get away from a hungry duck. I've found 10 addresses for the names listed here in the last year alone. Either she moves alot or she just walks around finding empty houses to get the address for.

All I can say is that thankfully someone out there was good enough to place this site here and let everyone else know just how she or they really are. Oh btw the IP address that is listed in the one guy's post is not the right IP addy for this group as it is only the IP addy for the router coming out of Russia for the US.

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2. 2007-04-18, 01:51:07
anonymous from United States

she tried the scam on me. here is the picture she sent me. she said her name was Anna.

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They are directly above.

My name is Marvin Cecil Gonzalez.

I am here in Chicago and I know this entity very well.

I and my team have been tracing her since December of 2006.

I know stuff.

You can reach me at Cecil_G_63@Yahoo.com

I have tons of postings on this person.

I am on a public browser and I am getting ready to be cut off cuz my time is running out.

I have some time to play with so I will log back on and continue this. . .





2007-04-18, 14:59:41
Cecil_G_63@Yahoo.com from Chicago in Illinois, United States  
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Hi again. . .It's me Marvin.

I will be listed as Anonymous above but I refuse that . . .

I was just in a hurry.

Anyway, as I said in my above posting that I have much posted on this site as well as on other dating scam sites.

It has been awhile so I may seem new to some of you.

There was a time when I was considered sleeping with the enemy but that has been provin other wise.

Here is what I have on the entity I know as V-mak:

V-mak. . .

Victoria Makarova. This is what he/she/it/they used to cold contact me.

Hence - V-mak.

She did not get my money but she did steal my heart and soul.

And I want to take that ass.

My team and I have been close to hurting her but she is elusive - this entity.

Being E-based does not help..

I am going to copy and paste lots of stuff so this posting is going to be long.

Read it and follow all links and read every posting.

You are in for a ride.

And . . . I want to hear from you. So. . .

Please use my email address. I do not want to lose this one.

We made it bleed and it bit back.

If it can bleed then it can die.

I want to kill it.

It can be done.

But I can not do it alone . . . .

So - here's what I have:

Alot of the 411 here may be redundant as cross references are utilized in postings.

Also, If any combination of words, threads and the like are 'Googled' and/or 'Yahoo'd', Then it is because my desire that this site will be one of several to appear in the search results.

All of her personal 411 and the pix she uses are fake but every thing is listed and posted anyway so that we can recognize patterns and have visuals.

Our best defense and offense thus far is exposure. The more letters and pix, as well as every detail will cause a hinderance in their efforts.

So when you post, PLEASE include her letters with full headers open.

Trust me, this does work. My friends and I actually made the beast bleed at one point.

But as all wounded animals, she bit back and caused us a minor set back.

At the time of this writing we are nearly recovered from this wound.

But we are not the same. . .

Here's more. . .

Alias's and E-dresses:

Please See, On Delphifaq.com Website -
> Outside of the Cube > Dating Scams > 1 - 7 below:

1. 'Dating Scammer Vicktoriya (Vicktoriyamakarova@gmail.com) From Russia'

2. 'Dating Scammer Greenday564@gmail.com From Tomsk, Russia'

3. 'Is This Russian Girl Scamming Me? How To Recognize Scammers'

4. 'Dating Scammer Angela angelanakid@gmail.com from Russia'

5. 'Humorous ideas how to deal with Russian dating scammers'

6. 'Dating Scam from Kazan - Parts 1 - 5' (see part 5)

7. 'Elena from Slobodskoi'

You can simply plug 'Vicktoriya Makarova' into the Delphi Search Window and then click the red button with the white arrow and it will show the above page links.

I strongly suggest reading these pages in their entirety and make sure to use the links as they should become a part of your appendage.

My dearly beloved friends and fellow victims, the only thing that is changing is her name, and other I.D. . . .

That's it. All else is the same. This is how I can recognize my beloved.

Follow the advice and instruction and you will be just fine.

Lots of tools and much 411 to help and direct you.

Now - In Regards to. . .

ALIAS:the structured list.

First name and then the hyphen ( - ) followed by the last name used.

1. First Name - Last (birth/married) Name

2. '???' = surname and/or married name unknown.

3. ( names in these parenthises are not mear variations of spellings, but of
alias combinations. So you have 36 listed here).

Here they are . . .

Vicktoriya (Viktoriya, Victoriya) - Makarova (Macarova), Vladimirovna...

Nella - Galiullina ...

Olga - Romenskaya (Romanskaya)...

Tanya - Sosnina ...

Luliya - ??? ...

Yuliya (Yulia) - Kamenschikova (Chirak, Demanova) ...


Tatyana - Zavagina (Zvyagina, Vereshagina)...

Marina - Artemieva ...

Anastasiya (Anastasia, Anastasija) - Mazina (Sarantchina)...

Julia (Lya, Yla, Yliya)- Gainulina ...

Angella (Angellana) - ??? ...

Kristina - Osipova ...

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E-DRESS:

Vicktoriyamakarova@gmail.com

Iuliyame@bulvares.net

Babyfun0007@gmail.com

Blacksea24@gmail.com

Yuliyase@kakasasa.net

Frequentsharp@gmail.com

juliashine@googlemail.com

sunnyflower783@yahoo.com

pumpkin89214@yaho.com

porkyluagh@gmail.com

4tunebox@gmail.com ... Ageoffortune@gmail.com

Angellanakid@gmail.com ... Angellanakid78@gmail.com

Papermove@gmail.com ... Paperfeeling@gmail.com ... Paperfirst@gmail.com ... Papertouch@gmail.com ... Papercat@gmail.com ... Papersoon@gmail.com ... Papersmell@gmail.com ... Paperways@gmail.com ... Paperme@gmail.com ... Paperout@gmail.com ... Paperneed@gmail.com ... Paperneeds@gmail.com ... Papervoice@gmail.com ... Paperpart@gmail.com ... Paperlife@gmail.com ... Paperwanna@gmail.com ... Paperlong@gmail.com ... Paperweather@gmail.com ... Papernecessary@gmail.com ... Paperseason@gmail.com ... Papertaste@gmail.com ... Paperis@gmail.com ... Paperplane@gmail.com ... Papermaster@gmail.com ... Papernow@gmail.com ... Papermoney@gmail.com...


Airgrow@gmail.com ... Airdoor24@gmail.com ... Airsticky@gmail.com ... Airconcious@gmail.com

Clickachicka@gmail.com ... Luckychicka@gmail.com ... Cleverchicka@gmail.com ... Rarechicka@gmail.com ...Chickasky@gmail.com ... Chickaallright@gmail.com

Windopposite@gmail.com ... Winddear@gmail.com

Moonkidgreen@gmail.com . . . Moonkidgreen@bk.ru

* Maybe the following too - not sure, nothing conclusive:

Kisa@besthottop.info
Kisa@freemailserve.info
Kisa@greatmailservices.com

* Note: She uses the following websites to contact victims. . .

Dating Site: True -
Username(s) = Nelliosols, Lady, Angellana, Angellanakidmoon,
Miss Rock, Goldenfarsh, Balabolka345, Bombchickasso

: Match -
Username(s)= ___________

: Singlesnet -
Username(s) = Prevoshodno

: Lovetopping -
Username(s)= ____________
I.D.# = 1119540982

: Faceparty.com -
Username(s) = Boodji
Userlink = www.faceparty.com/boodji

: Americansingles.com
Username = ______________

Community Sites: MySpace
MySpace.com/Vicktoriyamakarova/
* No Longer Available.

Job Sites: Careerbuilders and Monster.
( Stolen databases ).

O.K. - There's more -

Websites-Blacklist 411. . .

All one really need do is yahoo/google:

* any alias,
* dating profile and user names,
* a quote from any of her profiles and emails ,
( put quotes in quotation marks ),
* her e-mail addr.

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Freewebs.com/Victoriyamakarova/

- Note: No 'K' in the 1st name.

- Set up by PaperStop.Now@gmail.com
- A personal friend of m.

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The sites and directions. . .
(note;page and placement will change as more scammers are added)

Russian-detective.com
http://www.russian-..tive.com/

click on 'Forum' > 'Scammers' > 'Page#'
Page# is on the upper right hand corner. . .

Page 2. and 20th from the top
= Tanya Sosnina (V-Mak briefly affiliated w/ name)

Page 2. and 67th from the top
= Olga Romanskaya (not Romenskaya)

Page1. and 10th from the top
= Yuliya (Yulia) Kamenschikova

NOTE: Page and position from the top is subject to change
as more of our beloved scammers are added.
NOTE: Names are listed by Lastname .

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Delphifaq.com
http://www.delphifaq.com/

Click on 'Outside the Cube' > 'Dating Scams' > specific page

Specific Pages for my beloved entity (Vicktoriya Makarova):

'Is This Russian Girl Scamming Me? How To Recognize Scammers'
'Dating Scam from Kazan - Parts 1 - 5' (see part 5).
'Dating Scammer Greenday564@gmail.com from Tomsk, Russia'
'Dating Scammer Vicktoriya (Vicktoriyamakarova@gmail.com) from Russia'
'Humorous Ideas How To Deal With Russian Dating Scammers'
'Elena from Slobodsko'
'Dating Scammer Angella Angellanakid@gmail.com From Russia'

Or simply plug any one of her alias's

Vicktoriya (Viktoriya, Victoriya) - Makarova (Macarova), Vladimirovna...
Nella - Galiullina ...
Olga - Romenskaya (Romanskaya)...
Tanya - Sosnina ...
Luliya - ??? ...
Yuliya (Yulia) - Kamenschikova (Chirak,Demanova) ...
Tatyana - Zavagina (Zvyagina, Vereshagina)...
Marina - Artemieva ...
Anastasiya (Anastasia, Anastasija) - Mazina (Sarantchina)...
Julia (Lya, Yla, Yliya)- Gainulina ...
Angella (Angellana) - ??? ...
Kristen - Osipova

into the Delphifaq search window and go from there.

and remember
1. First Name - Last (birth/married) Name
2. '???' = surname and/or married name unknown.
3. ( names in these parenthises are not mear variations of spellings,
but of alias combinations. So you have 36 listed he.

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Russiantearoom.net
http://www.russiant..room.net/

Click on 'Blacklist' > 'Newbies' > N (for Nella)> page 9.

Note: On the Nella Galiullina page there is a link to Vicktoriya Makarova
and Vis-a-vis.
Note: Names are alphabetized by 1st name, then the last name.
Note: Page number may change as more scammers are ad.

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Anti-scam.net
http://www.antiscam.net/

Click on 'anti-scam menu > 'Search Anti-Scam'
Plug Vicktoriya Makarova or Nella Galiullina into the search win.

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Antiscamclub.com
http://www.antiscamclub.com/

Click 'Scam Profiles' > read down the intro ... 'look 'here' first' >
(click 'here') > page 1.

Picture is 6th from the top.
Click on pic for notes.
Note: Position may change as more scammers are ad.

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Anti-scam.org
http://www.anti-scam.org/

Click on 'Scammer's Menu' > 'search' >
enter scammer i.d.# into the 'search by I.D.' window. > 'O.K.'

I.D.#s are:
1877 for Vicktoriya Makarova
1806 for Nella Galiullina
2022 for Both V-Mak and N-Gal
2264 for Anastasije Sarantchina
2246 for Yuliya Demanova
2252 for Yuliya Demanova
2259 for Yuliya Demanova
2260 for Yuliya Demanova


Click on comments to read them.
View all .

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Scammerlist.com
http://www.scammerlist.com/

Go immediately to page 37 > Nella Galiullina
There is a reference to V-Mak.
Page # may change as more beloveds are ad.

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Agencyscams.com
http://agencyscams.com/

Scroll down menu to 'Names N - Z'
Click on Vicktoriya Makarova and/or Nella Galiullina
Photo only - no comments
Names are alphabetized by 1st name, then last n.

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Search Tips/Tricks and Instructs - Par.
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Scammer Investigate 101:

THIS IS NOT A GAME. . .

1. Google/Yahoo the 1st part of scammer email ( and dating profile if you have it ), as well as any profile/user name.

Also, G/Y quotes in her email and dating profile ( use quotation marks ).

See the # of sites that pop up and note those sites - check them out and follow any links ( as well as advice and opinion ).

2. Google/Yahoo her 'Return Mail' address.

This can be found in the headers of any email.

See the # of sites that come up, note those sites and check them out.

Follow the links, advice and opinion within.

Most of the time, if she is a scammer, she will be posted on at least one scammer website.

You will also need to trace her IP address ( aka IP # ).

This can also be located within all email headers.

* Other Items to seek out within the headers and traced IPs are:

The headers > look for commercial email software ( clients ) such as X - Mailer and
X - Y:mailer,

and also look for mass mailing programs such as 'The Bat!', 'FC' 2000', 'Becky' and 'CommuniGate Pro'.

As for the traced IPs > look for the Host, Country, ISP.

At least one of the IPs should be from the same location as our beloved.

Note also the time your scammer email was sent and received. Know her time zone.

NOTE: IP's tend to be out dated cuz now the scammers are using proxys.

3. To open the 'Full Headers' on your email, email me for instructs or click 'help' in your email page. You can also play around in 'options'.

4. Ask for specific information - full name, home and business address, home-cell-business phone #s, and the like.

Legitimate women will gladly offer this and even be flattered.

Offer the same using a p.o. box #, a cell phone rental card and the like for your I.D. protection.

5. Always ask in each letter, at least 1 - 2 specific questions that require answers outside of a form letter such as; grandparents name and location, where did the scammer get their education, and other stuff like that.

6. Ask for phone contact a.s.a.p. once you are into a relationship with your woman rather than waiting for her to offer or suggest it.

This is often the next major step just before the 'money' request letter.

Note all phone #s on your caller I.D. if and when she calls. More than likely the #s are from a phonebooth or calling card.

7. If a serious love connection ( it happens - only a few are scammers, most are not ), have them delete all other web profiles that they have posted.

Offer to do the same.

Check up on that using tips #1 and #2 above.

8. If she need $$$ for visa/passport or for any other travel concerns - NO! ! !

YOU GO TO HER! Legitimate women ( and their families ) would welcome this.

9. If she asks for $$$ for passport/visa, tell her that the U.S. Government requires a pix of such in order to send a Money Gramm or Western Union if the amount of $$$ is over $XXX amount.

Suggest an even amount just under what she is asking for.

Learn about U.S and her home country passport/visa/immigration law and requirements.

To veryify the validity of documents log on U.S. Embassy Website in her country.

I.E. for Russian women you would go to
http://www/moscow.u..bassy.gov

Search Tips/Tricks and Instructs:: The Photos - Pa2
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10. Photos. . .

This almost requires a section or page of its own. . .

If she looks like a bodel and /or her pix appear professional - yet she claims to be poor with little or no money - something's amiss.

Make-overs/professional pix are not cheap here in the U.S. let alone Russia or some other foriegn country.

Most likely the photos were bought or stolen and otherwise used in this fashion without subject knowledge and/or approval.

Ask for a specific/special photo ( ask for 2 - 3 of them really ).

Some will comply but this is usually at the cost of the scammer - an 'out of pocket' business expense for them.

Ask for a photo of them holding a current newspaper of your choice or one from their home country, etc.

Make sure that THEY MAKE SURE that the dates and such are readable - No blurry or fuzzy pix acceptable.

Ask for a specific style of clothing combination such as color and style - no 'typical' model clothes such as swimsuits form fitting attire, etc.

Ask for hair to be put worn in a certain fashion - i.e. pony tail or pigtails and the like.

Have a picture of them taken where they are standing next to something specific or holding something specific, or at a specific location. Research ( google/yahoo 411 about their city).

Offer to do the same.

NOTE ::: http://www.irfanview.com
- This site helps trace ( for free ) the EXIP Data ( picture 411)
- Downloading and Plug-ins ( and some time ) is involved but it is 100% free to use.
- Yes, photos are tracable.

About nudies - face and other identifiable marks are usually fuzzy and/or hidden is some way.

411-FromPhotos:PostiPictures/ EXIF(picture)Data:
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Russian-an-detective.

Posting Pictures/EXIF(picture)Data:

Posting Pictures

You see all the pictures that get posted here. This is how we do it. First up, go to photobucket.com and create an account. You don't have to use your real name when you make it so don't worry. Once you do that, then log into your album. You'll see an optionm on the top right hand sign, 'Submit Multiple Images'. Click that if you have more than one picture to post. It'll let you select more than one image in one go. You have to have scripts enabled, so if you use NoScript, tell it to allow photobucket.com. If you don't know what NoScript is, don't worry about it because you won't be affected by it. Once you've made your selections, click on 'Submit' and wait while they upload your photos. When the screen refreshes, there's your pictures. under each picture you'll see three boxes, Url, Tag and Img. To make a direct link to your picture, select the text in the Img box. Double left click on it and the text all turns blue. Right click and click on 'Copy'. That'll save the information in memory. Now go to your post, right click and click on 'Paste'. You should see something like this appear

[ IMG ] http://i39.photobuc..ename.jpg[ /IMG ]

That's your link to the picture added. One thing to remember, if your scammer sent you naked pictures, don't bother putting them on Photobucket because they'll remove them.

EXIF data. What is it and how do I see it?

When you get a photo off a scammer, sometimes you can find out more about it than you may think. Pictures have what's called EXIF data embedded in them, which tells you things like when it was created, what camera/scanner they used, if it's been Photoshopped and so on. So how do you find this out? There's a piece of freeware called Irfanview that'll let you do it. You can find it at

http://www.irfanview.com

Not straight out of the box though. Download and install Irfanview, then download and install the plugins. You have to install the plugins for the EXIF plugin to be installed. Both downloads can be found on the site above.

So now you have it installed, how do you use it? Open Irfanview from your start menu, press the O key to open a file and select the one you want. Once you can see the picture in Irfanview, press the I key, and if you can see a box marked 'Exif info' then press the E key to see the EXIF info. If you don't see 'Exif info' then there's none there and there's nothing you can do about it. Not every picture has it, but those that do can be checked this .

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Investigate and Verify:

Some websites for your 411 and instruction so that you can effectively and efficiently investigate/verify - Passport/Visa, IPs, ISPs, Domain Names, Host Names, Pictures Sent:

http://www.immihelp.com
for U.S. Visa/Passport and Immigration
Also, go to her countries embassy website and find out that same 411.


To open full headers, for IP trace instructs and to trace email sender see:
http://www.aruljohn..dress.php
and
http://www.aruljohn../track.pl

and to verify IPs and e-dresses:
http://www.dnsstuff.com/
put IP or e-dress in 'IP. . .Look Up' window

http://headertool.a..elord.com
This one allows you to copy-paste the entire header for full e-sender disclosure

http://www.ripe.net
and
http://www.ripe.net..erl/whois
- deals with tracing/investigating

http://www.Whois-search.com
- deals with more detailed trace/tracking

http://www.inet-inv..ation.com
- same thing and chock full of 411.

http://www.Readnotify.com
- Traces/tracks and other email options such as self-destructing emails.
Hey - the scammers use these thing - you do it too.

http://www.ImTranslator.net
- Free translation of foriegn language into english and english in to foriegn language.
Yes - scammers use this stuff too.
Not every scammer knows enough english to communicate with.


http://www.Internic.net w/ whois search options.
- Traces Domains ( @yahoo.com, @bulvaras.net, and the like) and IP addresses.

http://www.infanview.com
- Traces photo EXIP Data ( picture 411).

Other things to do:

Find out about the customs, mannerisms, and other social status 411 and behaviors of your international woman.

For me, My scammer was Russian so I utilized:
The Truthaboutrussianbrides.com.
The site is self-explanitory. It includes 411 on genuine russian female mannerisms and customs.

There are also other websites that teach about this as well as the cultures of your women.

Contact the Dating/Community/JobSearch websites that your scammer contacted you from.

Post on the Various Scam Sites:
Just Yahoo/Google 'Dating Scams', 'Romance Scams' and the like. . .
' http://www.Delphifaq.com > Outside the Cube > Dating Scams '. . .is a good place to start.

Investigate any E-flower/gift shops or any other business that these scammers send you too.

Check out :
http://www.phoneboo..world.com

* * * *DO NOT BATE YOUR SCAMMER UNLESS . . .

( I promis, you may regret it ).

Get to know 419eaters.com.
Register and maybe get a mentor

DO THIS PLEASE MY FRIENDS.

Do not bait for fun and kicks.

The least that can happen is that they will turn the tables and create a site page on you.

AND DO NOT LET THEM KNOW THAT YOU ARE ON TO THEM AND START GIVING OUT THESE SCAM SITE E-DRESSES.

If you are going to do that just give them all of your personal 411 and leave the rest of us out of it.

O.K. again . . .

I also have her various personal yet fake mailing addresses but I do have one legitimate business ( a bank ) address.

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Pg. 1) Vicktoriya Makarova.

* Vicktoriya, Victoriya, Viktoriya
* Makarova, Macarova.

The different spellings are not variations of spellings but actual alias's.

So here you see Six different combinations of names - 6 alias's.

This entity has many more aliases and email addresses.
A list of those will follow on another page.

* She contacted me thru True.com with the user name of Nelliosols.
Correspondance between August 31, 2006 - December 15, 2006

She uses Dating Sites, Community Sites, and Job Search Sites to make contact using stolen Databases.

A list of these sites as well as her user names will be listed on another page.
See 'Dating/Community/JobSearch Sites'

* Her Scam: Asking men for money for the following reasons. . .
Passport and Visa, Airfair and other 'emergency' travel expenses, Home repairs after fire and burglar damage, and . . .She asks for flowers and other 'small' gifts.

* Gifts you say. . .How does she profit from this?

Well, She has a partner, an e-gift/flower shop that she uses. She sends the men this E-dress and cons them into placing and paying for the order.

Only she does not get the order. She tells you she received the order but the Merchant keeps the order.

In this way her fake address is validated by the order, the merchant keeps the stuff for 'real' customers and they both split your money.

It is lucrative as $1.00 U.S. Dollar equals R25.45 Rubbles last time I checked.

* After some time has passed and after receiving certain amounts of money, or is detected - she simply changes all names, I.D.s, e-dresses, pix, personal 411 and the like.

* What she doesn't change is her letters. They are formatted using templates just as Snailmailers and e-mailers use for junk-mail, spam-mail, bulk-mail and any other type of mass-mailing operation.

More on this to come. . .

She/He/It - most likely THEY, have been at this for years and are expert.

She has been declared a bad girl in the U.S. and several other countries.

One report states that the amount of U.S. $$$ found in a current bank account was $5.6 Million U.S. Dollars.

She was supposedly about to be nabbed and confessed to at least 23 U.S. victims alone that she has scammed just this past 2006 - 2007 fall and winter season.

* She can be found on the following scammer sites:

Anti-Scam.org.
http://www.anti-scam.org/
Her Scammer I.D.#s are 1877,2022, 1806

* Bogus Personal 411:

D.o.B.: May 1, 1976
Height: 5'6'
Weight: 100 lbs (53kgs)
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Brown

Car: Vaz 2110

Home Address: 644000, Russia, Omsk
Vatunina St. 11A/77

Phone#:000-012-3456
000-012-3486 Investigate aVerify:
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Some websites for your 411 and instruction so that you can effectively and efficiently investigate/verify - Passport/Visa, IPs, ISPs, Domain Names, Host Names, Pictures Sent:

http://www.immihelp.com
for U.S. Visa/Passport and Immigration
Also, go to her countries embassy website and find out that same 411.


To open full headers, for IP trace instructs and to trace email sender see:
http://www.aruljohn..dress.php
and
http://www.aruljohn../track.pl

and to verify IPs and e-dresses:
http://www.dnsstuff.com/
put IP or e-dress in 'IP. . .Look Up' window

http://headertool.a..elord.com
This one allows you to copy-paste the entire header for full e-sender disclosure

http://www.ripe.net
and
http://www.ripe.net..erl/whois
- deals with tracing/investigating

http://www.Whois-search.com
- deals with more detailed trace/tracking

http://www.inet-inv..ation.com
- same thing and chock full of 411.

http://www.Readnotify.com
- Traces/tracks and other email options such as self-destructing emails.
Hey - the scammers use these thing - you do it too.

http://www.ImTranslator.net
- Free translation of foriegn language into english and english in to foriegn language.
Yes - scammers use this stuff too.
Not every scammer knows enough english to communicate with.


http://www.Internic.net w/ whois search options.
- Traces Domains ( @yahoo.com, @bulvaras.net, and the like) and IP addresses.

http://www.infanview.com
- Traces photo EXIP Data ( picture 411).

Other things to do:

Find out about the customs, mannerisms, and other social status 411 and behaviors of your international woman.

For me, My scammer was Russian so I utilized:
The Truthaboutrussianbrides.com.
The site is self-explanitory. It includes 411 on genuine russian female mannerisms and customs.

There are also other websites that teach about this as well as the cultures of your women.

Contact the Dating/Community/JobSearch websites that your scammer contacted you from.

Post on the Various Scam Sites:
Just Yahoo/Google 'Dating Scams', 'Romance Scams' and the like. . .
' http://www.Delphifaq.com > Outside the Cube > Dating Scams '. . .is a good place to start.

Investigate any E-flower/gift shops or any other business that these scammers send you too.

Check out :
http://www.phoneboo..world.com

Get to know 419eaters.com.
Register and maybe get a mentor

Pg. 2) Dating/Community/JobSearSites
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NOTE: Most of these sites are international and/or have an American affiliate.

Sneeking on a site is not necessary. There are too many of these as well as many local and regional dating sites on the net for foriegners to use.

There is absolutely no need to sneek on to any dating or community site.

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* Community Sites:

MySpace.com.

She was under Myspace.com/vicktoriyamakarova/

Her caption read: 'Simple Girl In Love'.

She was using her Nella Galiullina and Vicktoriya Makarova personas at this time.

This site is no longer active. When it was, she had it locked. I tried to get an invite but she never answered my invitation. She never addressed the issue in any of her letters eit.

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* Dating Sites:

1. TRUE.COM.
User names:
Nelliosols ... Lady ... Bombchickasso ... Goldenfarsh
angellanakidmoon ... Angellana ... Miss Rock ... Balabolka345

For Julia's (Angellanakidmoon)True-Profile. . .
See: Mail > Jimdjunkin > (Attach)Fwd: Hi

True does have an international site, so there is no reason for anyone to have to 'sneek' on to this dating site.

She uses many aliases and many e-dresses on this site.

Rumor has it that her syndicate and True may be sleeping together.

2. MATCH.COM.
User name: ___________

She uses many e-dresses and various alias's on this site.

3. SINGLESNET.COM.
User name: Prevoshodno

This one is used by Yuliya (Yulia) with her repsective e-dresses.

4. LOVETOPPING.NET.
User name: _____________
Site I.D.#: 1119540982

She used the name Tatyana Zvyagina.

5. Faceparty.com
Username: Boodji
Userlink = wwww.faceparty.com/boodji
E-dress = juliashine@googlemail.com

She registered under the name Julia (Gainulina).

Pg. 3) The Vict.
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This will be brief.

This page is meant to give you the tip of the iceberg.

To those who do not have ears to hear and eyes to see, picture an ice cube in your favorite cold beverage.

How much of it sits above the surface of your drink?

A miniscule tip, the same with an iceberg.

The tip of an iceberg just appears mountaneous because the thing is immensely huge.

Anyway . . .

She has victims in the U.S., Canada, England and Nigeria that we know of.

She is an old scammer in that when I first started chasing my elusive beloved, I found a posting on a scam site that simply said, 'she's at it again!'.

She is a new scammer as Vicktoriya Makarova and the other new alias's

As V-mak she has had her scam information posted as early as November 26, 2006 at 15.01.04 GMT hours.

Her scam is that she defrauds men for money for travel and immigrations expenses.

She is now using home repair issues as well ( fire and burglar damage ).

She uses holidays and birthdays to tempt you to send her flowers and gifts thru an accomplice e-vendor.

She receives between $50.00 - 4,000 and more at one time from her victims.

Under on alias alone, between November 6 - December 15 ( only 41 days ), Western Union traced 18 money transfers from her victims in the amounts of $80.00 - $15,00.00 U.S. dollars.

Did I mention yet that my entity ( v-mak ) is has been established in Russia since over 10 years.

And that she is involved in prostitution and drugs as well as illegal arms sales.

And that she has ties to the Russian Maffia and the Middle East.

O.K. - Here's more from my repetiour:

On-Line Flower/Gift Shop Blacklistings..
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Blacklisted for Bogus address at the follow 3 sites:

Under - Nella Galiullina
644000; Russia, Omsk
Vatunina St. 11A/77

1. Roses.ru/blacklist.shtml.
2. Russianflowershop.com/blacklist.shtml.
3. Flowers-to-Russia.com

Vicktoriya Makarova sent me to:

Aiflowers.com

NOTE:
I could not find a blacklist on this site.

Many if not all of my beloved entity names:

Vicktoriya (Viktoriya, Victoriya) - Makarova (Macarova), Vladimirovna...
Nella - Galiullina ... Olga - Romenskaya (Romanskaya)... Tanya - Sosnina ...
Luliya - ??? ... Yuliya (Yulia) - Kamenschikova (Chirak) ...
Tatyana - Zavagina (Zvyagina, Vereshagina)... Marina - Artemieva ...
Anastasiya (Anastasia, Anastasija) - Mazina (Sarantchina)...
Julia (Lya, Yla, Yliya)- Gainulina ... Angella (Angellana) - ??? ...

have sent victims to this Aiflowers.com flower/gift shop site.

The addresses used are:

644000;Russia,Omsk.
Vatinuna St. 11A/77

636036;Russia-Siberia,Tomsk
Kommunisticheskaya 77-21

644009; Russia-Siberia,Irkutsk
Lyzina 44-4

640000;Russia-Kurgan Area,Kurgan
Zorge St. 16-7

These are either:
1. bogus home adddresses.
2. Russian P.O. Boxes.

** NOTE: Aiflowers is either a ghost or an accomplice.

As a 'brick-n-mortar' Accomplice:

Scammer sends YOU to Aiflowers.
YOU place order - send money.
Aiflowers keeps the merchandise.
Scammer and/or Aiflowers verifies that Scammer received merchandise.
Both are now validated as legit.
And both split the take (YOUR $$$)

What - it's good that you only spent $60.00 U.S. dollars. . .
Last time I checked (and I did), $1.00 U.S. dollar = R24.45 Russian Rubbles.
Lets do the math: $1 x R24.45 -SO- $60 x R24.45 = R1,467.00

Now - about the photos. ..

PhotoSites:
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Photos used for many scams belong to other people; very often scammers use photos of celebrities.

Some scammers are so cynical that they are not afraid to use for their scam photos of famous people! The most famous case now, when Russians arrested and imprisoned gang of scammers from Ekaterinburg: they used pictures of Russian ballerina Anastasia Volochkova, and a guy was thinking he was corresponding with a woman in the photos. Read in details about it:

http://www.anti-sca..1844.html

But that is not the only case when foreign men are hooked by nice pictures of Russian actresses and singers and models: yes, foreigners are not familiar with Russian pop-culture, Russian movies and do not know how Russian celebrities look like.

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

http://www.anti-sca..otos.html

AND OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SITES:

This is to the people who post on this website. Scammers use photos of people who are innocent victims, and have no knowledge or role in the scam being perpetrated, in addition to their own photos, if the scammer is attractive or not. If you want proof, go to this link:

http://www.anti-sca..otos.html

As you can see, probably some, if not all of these photos have been used on websites whose theme is similar to this one. Save the photos on this page on hard disk and see how many of them are hits on this website. It wouldn't surprise me if pictures of attractive people are also being stolen from online dating websites, or websites where people are rated on their looks like. . .

http://www.hotornot.com/

http://www.wouldyou..this.com/

or

http://www.wouldyou..tit.com./

Zhanna's photo on the anti-scam website mentioned above should be be very familiar to the people who post on this websit

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Why Western Union/Moneygram?

Russian-Detective

Why Western Union/Moneygram:

Why Western Union/Moneygram?

Taken from http://www.joewein...ansfer.htm

Quote:
Most 419 scams / advance fee frauds by gangs from West and South Africa and many online scams run by Eastern European crime groups involve either Western Union money transfer (WU) or MoneyGram (MG). These services are the preferred method of online scammers to receive cash from their victims.

These services are quick and - more importantly in scams - the recipient essentially remains anonymous. Even though in some countries the WU agents will check picture ID when funds are picked up, the criminals don't have any problems getting hold of fake ID. Once they have picked up the cash there is no trace to who they are or where they live.

By contrast, bank accounts usually (but not always) involve some degree of address verifiction. For example, when you open a bank account the bank will usually mail the ATM card to the address given by the person who opens the account. If a fake address were used, the person would never receive the ATM card. With WU the criminal can give the sender any postal address he likes but will still receive the cash. Postal addresses have no meaning in a WU/MG transfer because the recipient walks into any agent office and picks up the funds. The money is not delivered to his home or to a bank account. Depending on the country, the recipient can pick any agent office in the nominated city or the entire country.


In a nutshell, Western Union and Moneygram allow the scammers to anonymously collect the money from any victim without fear of the transaction being traced back to them. They can even claim to be in one place and in reality be in a totally different one. Fake IDs make it highly unlikely the scammers can be traced when they receive the payments this way.

Western Union and Moneygram are perfectly legitimate services that the scammers have - once again - learned how to manipulate for their own needs.

Why Russian scammers use the Bat!:Technology that can be abused by scammers - Are you being scammed?-Pa.
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The Following is Copied and Pasted from Datingnmore.com

Why Russian scammers use the Bat!
Technology that can be abused by scammers - Are you being scammed?

Scamming is a sophisticated technique used to part the unwary of their money. The challenge for the scammer is that not everyone falls for the scam; unfortunately, enough people do fall for the scam to keep the scammers in business. This short article helps explain how Scammers use technology to help them commit a scam and signals that you can look for that will help you avoid being a victim.

Scammers have a big problem to overcome when they try to get unwary people to send them money – first, there is a much higher awareness today so far fewer people fall for the scams. This means that Scammers need to 'play the percentages' and send out as many 'convincing' e-mails as possible in the hopes of finding their victim. How can they do this? Through technology solutions normally used by companies. Let me ask you two questions: First, what would you think if you knew that the person writing you was using a commercial software application typically used by businesses? Second, what would you think about receiving e-mails from a mail client from someone claiming that they were using an Internet Café? If you do not understand either of these two questions, your vulnerability to being scammed is much greater. There are two pieces of background information that will help you understand why understanding the context of these two questions is important:

First, managing the large number of scams that are necessary in order to identify a victim is difficult. The solution is to use a commercial software application that has the following characteristics:

1) The Scammer needs an e-mail client that can manage large amounts of e-mail from many different e-mail accounts (using the same e-mail account for communicating with many victims can be problematic since once identified as a Scammer, there are enough Blacklists that the e-mail account will be readily recognizable).
2) The Scammer needs an e-mail client that can sort messages from different e-mail accounts into threads do that the dialogue over time can be managed – this allows 'customization' of the communication with the victim to help avoid suspicion (not answering questions or ignoring important information can tip off a victim that something is wrong.
3) The Scammer needs a way to reduce the amount of effort required to communicate with all their victims.

Second, as the scale of the scamming activity increases, the Scammer will have a problem using a web e-mail service:

1) E-mail service providers, once aware of a scam, can involve law enforcement agencies and can identify other victims and send out warnings – the Scammer needs to minimize, as much as possible, traces of their scamming activities.
2) Most people would never consider using an e-mail application from an Internet Café (which many Scammers claim to be using) since all of their mail would be left on the computer they were using! If someone is using an e-mail application of any kind (Outlook Express, Outlook, etc.) while stating that they are using an Internet Café warning lights and a siren should be going off.

Now that we have identified the characteristics, we can discuss two simple tests that you can do yourself: First, as soon as possible, ask the person that you are corresponding with where they live. With this information, you can inspect the e-mail message header (most e-mail clients will show this information as 'message header' or 'show original message') – the part that you are looking for looks like this:

Received: from 192.168.0.4 (29.214.dialup.mari-el.ru [195.161.214.29])
(authenticated bits=0)
by mailc.rambler.ru (8.12.10/8.12.10) with ESMTP id jBHJSM2V039983
for ; Sat, 17 Dec 2005 22:29:30 +0300 (MSK)
Date: Sat, 17 Dec 2005 22:26:48 +1100
From: scammer
X-Mailer: The Bat! (v2.01)

Step one is to find out where the message actually came from – for this example I am using an e-mail where the woman claimed to be using an Internet Café in Cheboksary, Russia. I enter the following URL into my web browser:

http://www.ripe.net..erl/whois

Next, I enter the IP address from the line that starts with 'Received:' which is:

195.161.214.29

And enter it into the 'Search for' field on the web page, which returns the following results:

person: Nikolay Nikolaev
address: Volgatelecom Mari El branch
address: Sovetskaya 138
address: 424000 Yoshkar-Ola
address: Russia MariEl Republic
phone: +7 8362 421549
phone: +7 8362 664435
fax-no: +7 8362 664151
e-mail: nnb@relinfo.ru
nic-hdl: NN-RIPE
source: RIPE # Filtered

I am expecting the address to be Cheboksary and Chuvash Republic – I am not expecting the address to be Yoshkar-Ola and MariEl Republic! Actually, I already had a warning flag in the e-mail header:

Received: from 192.168.0.4
(29.214.dialup.mari-el.ru
[195.161.214.29])

If the e-mail actually came from Cheboksary, I would expect to see the following:

person: Medukov J Alexandr
address: 428000 Cheboxary Lenin av 2a
phone: +7 8352 662912
e-mail: master@chtts.ru
nic-hdl: MJA4-RIPE
source: RIPE # Filtered

How did I get this information? Simple, find a government or business URL in the city you are interested in and enter it into Ripe. You may need to identify the IP address by using the PING command – this will turn a text URL into an IP address that can be searched on Ripe. I will not go into this more, since this topic wanders off topic a bit.

The important thing to note is that the city and republic do not match what was expected – there are a lot of people on this and other web site forums that can assist you if you need more help.

The second test is to examine the message header and look for 'X-Mailer:' – in our example we find the following:

X-Mailer: The Bat! (v2.01)

This means that the person sending me the e-mail from a supposed Internet Café is using an e-mail client application. By now, 'Red Alert' should be flashing! Why would someone use an e-mail client from an Internet Cafe? Well, most normal people would not – so this is very likely a scam!

Now that I have covered how you can test your own e-mails for scamming attempts, I want to return to the technology topic.

The Bat! (also known as TB! And TB) – I will use TB! From this point on – is an e-mail client application (a program that runs on a personal computer) that is marketed towards companies and individuals that need to manage large volumes of e-mail. The OECD refers to a category of company as a Small to Medium-Sized Enterprise – an SME for short. Smaller SME's often have very limited budgets and cannot afford specialized Sales and Marketing, Customer Service, and other forms of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software. Our laboratory supports a group company that helps smaller SME's adapt TB! for their business. I mention this because TB! Has been associated with both Spamming and Scamming – the product is legitimate and is a valuable tool for many businesses; unfortunately, the same features that make TB! effective and efficient for companies, also provide a similar benefit to Scammers. There are two features that Scammers find particularly useful:

1) TB! supports a sophisticated macro programming language and a sophisticated ability to manage templates – predefined text that can be dynamically changed by the macro programming language to respond to e-mails. This allows a technically competent person to create a Scamming system that has a high degree of automation while at the same time allowing the scammer to add custom text in predefined areas within the template. The more people that the Scammer can correspond with, the more likely a victim can be found. 2) TB! is designed to work with multiple e-mail servers simultaneously. This makes it very easy for the Scammer to use numerous 'dummy' e-mail accounts for Scamming unsuspecting victims (TB! downloads and erases the e-mails from each e-mail server making it harder for investigators to track what was happening).

An e-mail client such as Outlook Express or Outlook Professional and most web e-mail clients such as Yahoo and Hotmail do not offer this level of sophistication. TB! is also very affordable at less than USD $60.00 – well within the means of the typical Scammer. TB! is a product of RIT Labs, which is based in Moldova.

This article was produced by the Enterprise Systems Architecture Laboratory (ESAL) located in Stockholm, Sweden. Reuse of this information free of royalty is hereby granted providing that this notice is included in any reproductions.

Our footnote. Beware!! recently scammers started using other mass-mailing programs (those are usually used to send spam). In particular: FC'2000, Becky and CommuniGate Pro.

I hope that all of this makes sense.

Anyway, I am amatuer but I know stuff.

Regarding the two postings above mine. . .

I need you.

Contact me please.

Marvin Cecil Gonzalez at Cecil_G_63@Yahoo.com








2007-04-18, 15:48:46
anonymous from United States  
yes i been scammed by Yuliya Chirack. Isend money to her in Moscow, Russia She need to be arrested by the police running these scam thru out the U.S. Please catch her and let me know the outcome.
2007-04-18, 16:47:08
anonymous  
got this one yesterday


Keywords:
2007-04-18, 16:48:50
anonymous from Little Silver in New Jersey, United States  
got this one a few days ago from Nigeria
PS - the pretty blond above is from Russia


Keywords:
2007-05-16, 04:12:55
anonymous from United States  
Ha!!! I knew it was a scam. This person is flooding the internet wave with her scam. Being a former investigator, I was a number she thought she could get money for an airplane ticket and flowers. I asked her if she had a current american visa to visit america and also where was it issued, embassy. She never replied. Nice job people!
2007-06-12, 04:37:45
anonymous from United States  
rating
I AM SHOCKED AT HOW AND WHAT A PERSON CAN GET SOMEONE TO DO OVER THE INTERNET. I AM A PERSON THAT IS GOING THROUGH THE STRUGGLES AND HARDSHIPS OF LIFE AND CAN'T GET A PENNY FROM PUBLIC ASSISTANCE YET SOME BLONDE BEAUTY HALF NAKED CAN EMPTY OR TAMPER IN TO THE POCKETS OF SO MANY MEN, WITHOUT THEM CONFIRMING HER IDENTITY NOR TRUE GENDER AND LOCATION.
CRAZY!


Keywords:
2007-06-21, 08:54:08
anonymous from United States  
Yep, These gmail.com are definetly scams/spams going aroud. Check out this one that came to my myspace messaging. No profile picture though and I even have my page set to where you have to be one of my freinds to send me messages. These people are obviously professionals because they hacked their way into sending me this.

Hi, what's up? How are you doing? My name is Margaret, and i know its random but I was browsing through my girlfriends profile and yours grabbed my attention. I just moved to the area, and I've been focusing my attention mainly on work lately to get things started. But now I'm all settled in and it gets lonely in my house all alone. Maybe sometime we could get together and you could show me around. My myspace sometimes gives me errors when i try to sign in or put pictures up so theres not that much info posted about me. If you'd like before we get together we can trade pictures and talk, my personal e-mail is kokopeli9@gmail.com I try not to give it out I get so much junk to begin with! As i said sometimes my myspace messes up so its best to reach me at my own e-mail just to be on the safe side. Anyway I have to go, but i hope that you'll e-mail me soon and so we can get to know each other and perhaps go out sometime, just remember to put your name and a picture cause I get a lot of junk. Talk to you soon.

Margaret


Good Luck & stay away from this crap!
2007-06-21, 20:57:35
anonymous from Canada  
buy visual whois 2004 and u can trace them & contact their service provider or the russian fraud squad....roscoe
2007-06-22, 06:06:37
anonymous from Sweden  
Learn the typical Russian dating scam signs:

1. girl's too young (or too cute to be true)
2. scammer contacts you first
3. most of the pics are old and a bit faded (or numbered)
4. very long rambling form letters with strange format
5. writes in English everyday (how does she have time if she's working?...plus most
Russians can't speak a word of English)
6. conveniently doesn't have kids
7. doesn't answer direct questions (sometimes factual mistakes in the letter)
8. falls in love with you by email (quickly or slowly) and wants to visit you first. Real
Russian girls would expect you to come to Russia first, of course. Makes spurious
excuses for you not coming to visit her (too dangerous, blablabla).
9. wants money for a 'visa' and maybe tickets, even though she needs a personal letter
of invitation from you, a copy of your passport, a proof of your residence in your
home country, a completed sponsor's application form (also from you). Without these
documents and the ones she needs to fill in, she won't get a Schengen visa to visit
you.
10. uses a proxy server, SOCKS-server or GPRS Internet to hide his/her location (if you've learned how to check an IP) or the BAT! or other spamming software to send his/her mails.

If some or most of these criteria fit, it's 100% scam.

In that case, you can send him/her the Eddie standardized fuck-you-scam-monkey payoff email. Don't use the cyrillic version if you're using a free mail account, eg hotmail because these aren't compatible with cyrillic. English translation included free of charge.

Cyrillic version:
Привет мудозмон!
Пожалуйста, не оскорбляйте мой интеллект. Tы не живете в (название города), ты живете в Yoshktar Ola, преступный город в России. Tы посылаете мне украденные фотографии и копируете письма хуиня. Скоро, Tы будете просить деньги получить визу (невозможный получить без письменного приглашения от меня и билетов, также.)

Поэтому, я сэкономлю тас некоторое время. Пойдите отсюда, чтобы искать честную работу, ты несчастный жулик. Я не имею никакого интереса в ташем cкамерство. Oto'idi, a to jebnu, хохол. Idi na khuy!

Transscribed version:
Privet mudozvon!
Pozhalujsta, ne oskorbl'ajte moj intellekt. Ty ne zhivete v (name of city), ty zhivete v Yoshktar Ola, prestupnyj gorod v Rossii. Ty posylayete mne ukradennyye fotografii i pis'ma kopii khu'in'a. Skoro, ty budete prosit' den'gi poluchit' vizu (nevozmozhnyj poluchit' bez pis'mennogo priglasheniya ot men'a i biletov takzhe.)

Poetomu, ya sekonoml'u tas nekotoroye vrem'a. Pojdite ots'uda, chtoby iskat' chestnuyu rabotu, ty neschastnyj zhulik. Ya ne imeyu interes dl'a vashego skamerstvo. Oto'idi, a to jebnu, khokhol. Idi na khuy!

English version:
Hello bullshitter,
Please do not insult my intelligence. You don't live in (name of city), you live in Yoshktar Ola, a criminal city in Russia. You send me stolen photos and shit-quality copy letters. Soon, you'll request money to obtain a visa (impossible to obtain without a letter of invitation from me and tickets as well.)

Therefore, I will save you some time. Go from here to seek an honest job, you miserable swindler. I'm not interested in your scam business. Get lost or I'll kick your ass, you greedy moron. Fuck you!

good luck!


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