Has anyone received contact from this Ekaterina.As yet apart from her being a nurse she hasn't given up much information about herself.Of course the usual rambling incoherent emails interspered with perfect English passages. Like all the others it just doesn't ring true to be able to put together perfect lines and then go back to the old
@ anonymous from Melbourne, Australia 2009-04-15, 05:34:43
The 4 photo's you have were stolon, and are of a Russian soap star. You are being scammed!
I've not seen these ones before, so thanks for posting them, they will help someone else.
It will help further if you post a copy of some of the emails you have. Please include the header that comes with all emails. Depending on which email program you use will depend how you find the header.
Thanks Steve for that. It's OK as I realise they were stolen. I've been 'playing ' with this scammer for 2 or 3 weeks now. He's going through the usual routine ie. looking for an overseas partner..slowly falling in love stuff ..the usual crap. I think it's just about time for the big ' I've got to come to you ' bit. No money emails yet ,but they'll be coming sooner or later. I've been laying down some extra heavy 'emotional' emails which I think should do the trick.I'll post another photo today and see if anyones got the same..
They don't read your email until the money letter. Although I believe some read the first line or so and then the last line. So I put something relevant and new there and the rest I just copy and past what ever I have available. It's not until the money letter that I'm more careful about what I write.
Until the money letter your ' I've got to come to you ' bit. might not work.