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Name: OKSANA ORLOVA
Address: OKSANA Orlova
ZVENIGOVO C.A.P. 424037
VIA DI LENINA, CASA 27, 3 PIANI
Other Comments: I have already put the name of this scammer that has stolen me 7000 European, I repeat you/he/she has stolen me 7000 European with false promises, I don't know as you/he/she is ended under me name of Irina, but you/he/she has never used the name irina, please you put alone this scammer without other faces.
Keywords: blonde fishnet stockings and lines sweater on knees kneeling
anonymous from Lithuania
My Name is Francis,i am single never been married.
i am liveing in GUINEE.
plz i would like to know you.
if interested plz contact me on this E-mail:
email@example.com i am looking for to read from ur mail.
thanks and god bless you.
anonymous from Italy
Italiani, questo non è un sito di incontri e love...queste 'bellezze' desiderano solo svuotarvi il portafoglio!!
Ciao, non sono un bugiardo, sono una persona molto seria, e se sei interessata contattami. Baci.
Anon from Russia, (post 2007-07-09, 05:46:11) You say not a scammer.
So why not request a post of every money-letter ''she'' sends? You will of course send ''her'' every time, your own money.
Иди на хуи!
anonymous from Italy
I have known other 3 men that have been in contact email with Oksana and that they have the same photos, particularly the girl sat on the handrail. This image was also posted here: Dating scammer OKSANA ORLOVA
I have tried to send this to an e-mail address of: firstname.lastname@example.org who said there was maybe an actual photo captured from a persoanal e-mail address of one of the scammers - a girl.
Here, below, is my comment:
I have been corresponding with this Oksana Orlova since Dec 18, 2006. She gives me a postal address in Zvenigovo, Russia. I have over 50 photos of her, at work, home, and outside in many different places. These photos are not of the girl in the other photos of Oksana Orlova, and not of the girl that was detected as one of the scammers from the e-mail profile.
The e-mail address that I am sending letters to is not anything similar to any of the other known e-mail addresses of the scammer. But the similar first letter to me is frightening. I have not sent any money to her as of yet, but she is telling me of a travel company called Travel Worldwide, and that company has e-mailed me of the costs of the visa and passport and return tickets.
What made me believe that she was not a scammer is that she never even mentioned money until after several months went by. I kept watching for that or any hard-luck story, but nothing. Not until I mentioned it and asked if she knew the about the process of getting papers to be able to come to USA. That is the time she started talking about costs.
I am pretty much convinced it's a scam. I don't know where the scammer got so many photos of some other girl, but I guess for criminals that isn't too hard. The girl writing the letters writes so shy that after months of correspondence, she sends a photo and asking me 'not to be offended' that she sent a photo in bath robe, in which she is covered up to her chin but shows a little past her knee.
I would like to know your take on this girl, and if you are interested in knowing this girl's e-mail address and see the photos.I have tested all of the photos to see if any were posted, but none were. However, two (2) of the total of fifty (50) photos that I have were tested once previously.
Bob Ginger from US ...if you want to know if your version of 'Oksana Orlova' is a scammer, which she inevitably is, even if she's more subtle and patient than most, I can tell you in 5 minutes.
Just open the email header from one of her emails and post it here. I can trace her IP address and see if she's actually writing from Zvenigovo. If she's not, or if she's using a proxy, then she must be a scammer. I could have saved you 7 months of correspondence.
If you don't know how to open an email header, i can explain but you'll have to tell me what email system you're using, hotmail, yahoo, outlook express etc. And if 'Oksana' is using gmail, there won't be an originating IP = 99% scam probabality.
Otherwise, as someone who's been to Russia twice in 12 months, it's standard practice for the guy to travel to Russia to meet the girl first, not the other way round (although it does happen). Any Russian girl travelling abroad to meet a guy she doesn't really know is taking a big risk.
did i miss the point?
Luciano from Italy
I am discovering that this Oksana Orlova, has used many addresses email, and these photos she has sent to many men in sites of meetings... it began a correspondence to understand well his prey, and if it understood that she could not get anything, it immediately disappeared.
This scammer is very skilled and knows well the men...
As it regards the photos that she sends to his potential victims, I don't even think me that a scammer uses its true image.
Other two addresses e-mail that has used:
email@example.com (I don't activate)
firstname.lastname@example.org (this is still active)
non capisco cosa vuoi che guardi. Vorrei conoscerti poi ilresto vien da se.Puoi essere più chiara?