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Name: Olga


Email: leyla.destiny@yahoo.com


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Confirmed scammer by use of hacked information due to criminal activity. Claims to be from Bugulma,USSR

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2007-07-05, 12:04:31   (updated: )
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2007-07-07, 11:35:39
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2007-07-08, 06:53:58
anonymous from Netherlands  
One thing I have to admit about Olga: She plays her scamming game very well. Though she is absent for days without a good reason, I now know why: Trying to write to other victims of her scamming as well. I am glad to see her reported here.
2007-07-08, 14:52:55
anonymous from United States  
I am extremely surprised to see this girl on this site. she my good friend. And in many respects to me helped her the help. I am confused and a little disappointed. This girl was my good friend. And I never spoke with her about money. We are familiar approximately 8 months. she very good woman and very good friend. Not confident, that she scammer. It mistake? she always helped to me advice. We are familiar very much for a long time. And I am always glad to dialogue with her. I think this mistake. And she not scammer. she never spoke me about money. And the more so never asked money from me. she very much decent and very kind person. I think it mistake.

Tomas
2007-07-08, 15:30:12
anonymous from Netherlands  
I am not the one that reported her here, Thomas. I am still having a hard time in believing this, but I know that this has to be true.
2007-07-08, 16:08:46
anonymous from United States  
Look's like another BS rebuttle to me! Plus the writing has a bit of scamlish in it! AND it's the 2nd one I've seen in the past few day's with almost{?} the exact same wording.
2007-07-08, 16:43:36
anonymous from Netherlands  
I only made a response on this site, for thanking the person that did report her here.
I want to thank who ever did report it here.
2007-07-09, 12:29:08
anonymous from Sweden  
anonymous from United States ...yes i agree totally. 'Tomas's' English is very dodgy considering he's supposed to be American. All his grammatical mistakes are consistent with a Russian speaker:
'she my good friend' (no present tense of the verb 'to be' in Russian)
'We are familiar approximately 8 months' (typical free internet translation)
'she very good woman '...(no articles 'a' and 'the' in Russian).
etcetc

the person who wrote the 'Tomas' post is definitely a Russian speaker. Plus if you look at the scam photos, they have that distinct slightly faded grainy quality about them.
2007-07-09, 12:35:55
anonymous from Sweden  
'Tomas' from United States:

Привет мудозмон,
Пожалуйста, не оскорбляйте мой интеллект. Tы посылаете скопированные письма? Tы посылаете украденные фотографии? Скоро, ты будете просить деньги получить визу (невозможный получить без письменного приглашения и билетов также.)

Поэтому, я сэкономлю тас некоторое время. Пойдите отсюда, чтобы искать честную работу, ты патетический жулик. Мы не интересуемся ташим cкамерство, хохол. Oto'idi, к jebnu. ёб твою мать!
2007-07-09, 12:36:16
anonymous from Netherlands  
My heart is actually broken when I too discovered her as a scam. I am sorry for any convenience that I may have caused and this will probaply my last post. I personally want to say thank you to the person who reported it and discovered it too.
2007-07-09, 12:57:19
anonymous from Sweden  
anonymous from Netherlands!! ....sorry to hear that. But there are real Russian girls out there as well, I promise. I have been to Russia twice in the last year, met three real girls and one of them is now my fiancé (we're currently waiting for her immigation papers)

Try Elenamodels.com or Russianbrides.com if you want to meet real Russian girls. There are lots of scammers too, you just have learn to spot them. Here are a few tips.

- 'girl' writes to you first on a dating site (or an email appears out of nowhere in your mailbox). Real Russian girls would hardly be that forward. Plus if they're looking for a partner, they generally prefer him to be Russian and live in Russia.
- girl's much too young for you (or too good to be true/looks like a model/porno star)
- photos are too revealing (can't be a respectable girl)
- most of the pictures old and a little bit faded. Most scam photos have a curiously grainy quality that soon becomes easy to recognise. A serious girl would go to a professional and have a photo set done, and/or borrow a digicam. Russian girls aren't that poor anymore.
- very long rambling form letters with a strange format, punctation, layout. (world's worst Babelfish copy)
- writes everyday in English (how does she have time if she's working? + most Russians can't speak a word of English)
- doesn't answer direct questions (sometimes factual mistakes in the letter)
- falls in love very quickly. Don't let your ego or loneliness pull the wool over your eyes. You could be an axe murderer for all she knows.
- wants money for a 'visa' and/or 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)....not including the documents that she has to fill in herself. All of these she has to drop off at your national embassy in Moscow WITH PREPAID TICKETS and wait 10 working days. Without these documents, it's impossible for 'her' to get a Schengen visa. USA is almost as complicated. Why should it be so easy for a gorgeous sexy girl to just jump on a plane and come and visit you? Get real.
- uses a proxy server to hide his/her location, or a SOCKS server / GPRS Internet. if you can't trace 'her' IP, it's 100% scam.

These are just a few,, but if you're suspicious at all, it's probably a scam.
Good luck!
2007-07-09, 15:21:21
anonymous from Netherlands  
Than I can be certain that she is scam. Her email header was impossible for me to trace back and I want to thank you for your support in this matter.
2007-07-12, 06:22:47
anonymous from Varna, Bulgaria  
One thing is for certain: Olga... You are no longer on my mind!
2007-07-13, 14:42:30
anonymous from Mamers, United States  
Olga... Olga... Olga...

You are nothing more than just a scam and will never be more too. Too bad though, but I know you are nothing more than just a scam!
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