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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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2007-05-15, 10:56:49
They change name's and e-mail addy's like I change sock's!!! Post a pic and a header from a letter.Is a mass-mailer {ie;THEBAT!} in the header's? Does 'she' write from an 'internet cafe'? Did 'she' make first contact? A REAL Russian woman wouldn't ask a stranger for money! Go to a site that specializes in Russian scammer's and you'll find out more about them.Try RussianDetective.con
2007-05-16, 06:37:02
anonymous from United Kingdom  


Thanks for your comment above. She uses The Bat! and Internet Cafe but has not mentioned money for tickets/visa (but did ask for $300 for purchase of a garden).

Recently, she is asking if I will travel to her to meet and have a holiday with her.

I am stalling her as I am waiting for the money request (for tickets/visa).

All the (recent) letters and photos are posted here but I have not posted the initial emails because they are not form-letters and are therefore not going to be sent to anyone else.

She reads my emails and responds to everything and you can not find her details (name/location/email) anywhere on the net expect here obviously!

Definately the best scammer I have ever met (about 20 so far) :0)

2007-05-16, 06:40:25
anonymous from United Kingdom  

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2007-05-16, 06:43:10
anonymous from United Kingdom  
----- Original Message -----
From: Russian Detective
To: *********
Sent: Monday, May 07, 2007 3:05 PM


if I hear something about Mari El Republic, where KOZMODEMJANSK city is located, I always become suspicious, because this is the place where the most scammers of Russia are located.

During my work at RD I`ve never met any real lady from Mari El.

Now, I would also say that it is the strong scam probability and the standard scam scenario.

She fell in love with you after several weeks of correspondence, she asks for money. Besides, her letters sound very much like typical scam letters.

Certainly, the best way to make 100% sure would be to check her information through investigators in KOZMODEMJANSK before you decide on your next step in this situation.

For $70 we can verify the girl`s name, date of birth and registered address for you. However we also would need to know her full name and the exact DOB or age.

Please let us know if you are interested.
Best regards,
2007-05-16, 06:56:31
anonymous from United Kingdom  

Date: 08/05/2007 21:34:35 GMT Daylight Time


unfortunately scammers became wiser and they began often
to invite their potential victims visiting them in Russia. But this is only a trick.

Certainly, I am not the Lord, who knows everything. And only the investigation could show where is the truth.
But this is my duty to warn you and others about the scam probability. And the decision is your`s.

I would suggest that you ask Natalia for her information and try to verify it regardless of how you decide to proceed. Otherwise hundreds of dollars or more are going to be involved, and I would say that the situation looks like a potential scam.
Best regards,
2007-05-17, 16:59:09
anonymous from United States  
Well Dom,I think you have your answer.Your welcome,thank's.I guess you took my advice and went to RD.They are one of the best and since the owner is a woman from Russia,who but she and her staff would be better to ask?! It has to be a scam,internet cafes DO NOT have THEBAT in their computer's for one thing,those x-mailers/mass-mailers were created for businesses and the vlads pick up on it.They cost money too,
another reason the IC's don't have them.Did you check out the forum at RD ? I use it all the time.The mod's know their stuff.
2007-05-18, 11:58:25
anonymous from United Kingdom  


Cheers, I asked R.D. to check her out about a week ago.

Im not going to waste £35 on getting her fully checked out though!

I should ask her her surname and d.o.b or address to see if I can find anything on the web about her - I have found most of the girls from Russia on faceparty who I have communicated with on other sites.....

But not her (or another one)!!!

Damn she is good :0)

2007-05-29, 05:36:11
anonymous from United Kingdom  


I have found an interesting website:

They are a bit like the Russian Detective and have some interesting articles including an interview with a scammer and he gives answers to many questions we all want to know!

Although I already knew most of it already it was interesting to have it confirmed :0)

2007-07-06, 11:40:55
anonymous from Netherlands  
Hello Dom,

Read this file with interest! I simply have to tell you that I (and some other guys) were corresponding with this one at the same time you did (could explain the absence). On me 'she' called herself Irina Prigunova. She sounded as innocent as in the letters you received. I confronted her with that scambusiness too. She/He/It denied everything in very personal letters.

Dom, this is a pro!!!!!! She/He/It got me (and some other guys)! I'm closing in on this one and I will get her/him/it. She's in Yoshkar-Ola and I will find her-him-it!!!!!
2007-07-07, 07:44:09   (updated: 2007-07-07, 08:12:28)
anonymous from United Kingdom  

Hello anonymous from Netherlands!

Thank you for the confirmation that she is a scammer!! I was still unsure and posted her on the Russian Detective website under 'potential' scammer because she was so convincing :0(

I have not heard from her for a while which seemed strange but then again I have not emailed her so she has probably lost interest in me.

If you can, let me know more about your experience with her, I don't think she uses 'form letters' as like you said, her emails are personalised each time?!

P.S. I have been on Irina's page on this site to compare photos/info but could not find any matching 'material'?!

2007-07-07, 13:09:08 from Heerlen, Netherlands  

She was always personal in her letters. She (?) answered every question! She (?) even denied when I accused 'her' to be a scammer. She denied everything when I confronted her with information about her fake-visa ('she'had a photo on it of teen porn star Ann Angel!!!!!). My Embassy in Moscow cheched it, and came to that conclusion!!!! However, she cept denying! I believed her, Dom, stupid fool I am!!!! I drove up to the airport to meet 'her' . She didn't show up.
Please, Dom!!!!!!! Forget it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! She took me in for a bundle!! Don't want that to happen to you!!!!!!
I came home from a long working day and found a Natalya (!!!!!!). Jezus Christ... When will they understand that we know about them?????

2007-07-07, 13:28:07 from Heerlen, Netherlands  
And PLEASE Dom..........

Read this site. there are more of them! Although, I am conviced that there is just one: the photographer who did the audition for the Ann Angel-porn!!!.


I know that she is damned convincing!!! Do not send her any money!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

2007-07-13, 11:46:13
anonymous from United Kingdom  

Hello Dirk!

Thanks for the warning!

The girl you are talking about's photos are Alison Angel (porn-star) she is on several pages on this site that I have seen so far.......

I have been visiting her for a while now, and have a couple of other scammers exposed, they were ok, but it took a week for me to realise it was a con (scam)!

This one has 87 different photos of the same girl and is the 20th most visited page on here:

And this one is not far behind, with 2 different photo-sets but the same set of form letters:

Have a good weekend mate :0)

2007-07-13, 12:24:06
anonymous from Heerlen, Netherlands  
Thanks, Dom, Have a good weekend too. No that's not enough! The best wishes for the rest of 2007 to you! Have fun and be careful! Greets, Dirk
2007-12-25, 01:43:23  
I believe I am being scammed
here is some photos, and I have saved all of the correspondence too.
She says her name is Natalya( What tipped me off was she signed one of her letters as Elena(big mistake)

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