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Dating scammer Natalia from Kozmodemjansk, Russia


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Name: Natalia


Kozmodemjansk, Russia

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Here is Natalia!

Another possible scammer from the site is a favorite of theirs!

She does not use form letters and her email address is not listed on any anti-scam site... yet!

I cannot find anything by searching for her name and city using Webcrawler (checks multiple search engines)!!

She calls me her darling and signs off her letters with 'Yours forever' and sends me her kisses after 9 or 10 emails!

She asked me for $300 for a garden recently, but from her first email she mentioned that her hobbies include gardening (growing flowers).

This may be a new slant on the Russian Dating Scam or she could be genuine!?

In my email to her recently that mentions that I have been contacted by Russian girls who turned out to be scammers and described how they operate.

She replied with a honest sounding email saying that she does use a translator program because it is quicker and more accurate.

So I am not 100% of her likelyhood of being a scammer, she very well could be geniune?!

Has anyone else been in contact with her, or has anyone else been asked for money for anything apart from visa/tickets/translation services?

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2007-04-02, 05:33:45
anonymous from United Kingdom  
Subject: hi dear my
Date: 30/03/2007 16:22:59 GMT Daylight Time

Hi my unique and lovely Dominic!!!
It is very pleasant to receive from you the letter, to me it is sad without your tender words. I to ask from you a pardon what to not answer you some time.

To us on work our boss to take young students on an expert and me to put them to train and supervise. To tell the truth, I very much to get tired with them.

It is necessaryto show and train students very much in much. Home to come very much late and at once I go to bed. Why the boss to choose me, I to think, that I do not have small children to be found with them at home.

All others my colleagues have small children who wait for the parents of the house. Here also it is necessary me to work for all.
How at you business Dominic? What new has occured in your life?

Garden which I to wish to buy, redeem other people. At me to not suffice it is a little money. It is very a pity to me, But on it the life has not ended. To become simple one my dream it is less.

Dominic I on following week to leave for holiday to the mum in far village At them there is not present a computer and there is no Internet. So I cannot write and receive to you your letters. It is sincerely a pity to me my dear Dominic.

I to look on TV transfer about fraud, fairly to tell, I even did not suspect, that through the Internet it is possible to deceive people.

To admit to you my the darling, that I sometimes to use the translator, in it I to think zhere is nothing terrible. But sometimes I to write to you, without the translator.

It is very a shame to me And it is a pity, that our region is in a zone of fraud!!!

To in total you of the best my dear and unique Dominic!

Your Natalia.
2007-04-03, 06:27:36
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2007-04-03, 06:27:39
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2007-04-04, 00:24:59   (updated: 2007-04-04, 00:27:20)
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2007-04-04, 04:59:04
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2007-04-05, 05:37:58
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Here is some information about the scam from another anti-scam website:

Quoted from: blackpage3.htm

'Yoshkar-Ola is a famous 'dating scams' area. It is a small city with no jobs available. According to our information, there are many scam groups in Yoshkar-Ola that are using photos of young women and write letters to men pretending to be 'a Russian woman seeking for a husband'. Most 'writers' are male students of the local university, department of foreign languages. They ask women to give them their data and receive for them money transfers, giving women some money for their trouble. The women are not aware of the essence of the correspondence, and never see the letters. Foreign men are requested money for 'visa and tickets' for the 'girl' to come to USA (or another country). Money usually is requested via Western Union or Money Gram, first for visa, then for tickets, then for insurance.'

2007-04-05, 05:57:13   (updated: 2007-04-05, 06:09:54)
anonymous from United Kingdom  

Now, here is the 'rub' lol!

Natalia does use translation sofware and admits it to me (as posted above) after I asked her about it because of some untranslated words in her emails!

So why would a male (or even female) university student studying foreign languages need to use such a program? Unless he was a first year or crap at his subject!!

I really wonder if she is the girl in the photos, she writes emails that respond to my comments and questions because she reads them!

Is she a scammer or not?

2007-04-07, 04:18:53
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2007-04-07, 04:27:38
anonymous from United Kingdom  
2007-04-08, 05:47:16
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2007-04-10, 05:31:14
anonymous from United Kingdom  
2007-04-11, 17:54:30
This is a scammer!! She uses the Bat! The BAT is an automated mass e-mailing program. No internet cafe would allow this program and she says sends e-mails from cafe internet. Some scammers will answer your questions. Not all scammers are University students. And even if 'your' scammer was a student , English is not their native language.
2007-04-12, 03:18:47
anonymous from United Kingdom  


Thanks for your comment, I knew it was suspicious that the Bat! appeared in the email headers!

It is just that she 'appears' to be honest in her letters and is not asking for money for visa/tickets/etc.

Also, her name/location and email address are not found anywhere on any search-engine's results!

P.S. Where are you from? Why have you hidden your location??!

2007-04-13, 04:58:34
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2007-04-17, 08:50:37
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