Our Swede friend (previos page) shall not remain anonoymous :-)
Just see how many posts thanking Eddie. Our man doesn't even need to be on delphi. It's the untiring efforts of him and many other regulars, saving thousands of bucks all over the world. My compatriot in another thread says ''One team, One fight''
Scammers must be feeling the impact on their business - In a different thread a Russian scammer bares himself ... and gets a riposte
anonymous from Romania
News! In spite of I asked her to leave me alone, I told her I know what is she up to, she wrote me again. Here is her last letter, received minutes ago (thursday september 20th, 17 35 Bucharest time).
Hello!!! How are you? Today I had a wonderful dream, that we
finally meet, I feel myself like the happiest girl in the world!!!
In Moscow its not so warmly ( + 12 ` C) In the Morning has passed a small rain ,but I feel myself so
alone. Everyone rush somewhere and I don`t know anybody here.
Today I was in a travel agency, all my documents are ready.
Now they are checking a possible flight to your airport.
They will give me all information (date and time of my arrival,
terminal etc.) tomorrow I think. Now I will continue to see Moscow,
like a tourist. In Moscow there are so many different museums!
I will go to The State Tretyakov Gallery (The National Museum of
Russian Fine Art).
It is not far from the Kremlin, there should be a lot of tourists
from all over the world. I read about this gallery before, its collection
contains near 130 000 works of painting, sculpture and graphics. It should be
really amazing!!! Ok, I send you a thousand kisses and will wait for your
message!!!! Yours Tatyana
So, pay attention to her. She is tenacious.
anonymous from United States
Romania, Ce face?
The idiot doesn't read anything, unless written in Russian. To waste his time, you might as well copy Copernican theory of Universe, translate into Russian, and send him.
Once he sends money letter, he checks to see who has taken the bait. You could play along, pretending to accept the bait, now you can start writing in English, he will be reading. Make your letters lengthy, in English, extract as much info as you can, post headers after removing your personal info, post money letter, add your thoughts and save some othe victim.
Finally tell your scammer , ''Te fut in gut''
anonymous from United States
RE: Posting 8/27/2007 17:51:36 'Hands on Breasts' That is a nice ring she is wearing, wonder if the Hubby is taking the picture? Or more likily, the pictures are stolen and yes it was still hubby who took the picture!!
'S' from United States
I would LOVE to know the reason WHY there are 3 different threads all related to the same girl???? It's RIDICULOUS and only makes it confussing to all! ESPECIALLY some 1st timer doing a search!!! Let's keep it to ONE thread!
O from United States
Search before you post, so you can add new info to existing threads. If you MUST start a new thread, at least cite cross-reference threads, in both, to make life easy for yourself and others. This will save considerable amount of time to answer questions like ''Have you seen this scammer before?''
anonymous from United States
I've received almost all of these photos as well...from Yuliya Krylova that is the name this person is using. More likely than not, this is a guy running this scam. The photos are of a Russian TV Reality show young lady. The true name to the face is Alena Vodonaeva...she is a famous face in Russia but not so much around the world. I'm sure she wouldn't be very pleased knowing that her face is showing up in all of our e-mails scamming for money. Just Google Alena Vodonaeva...you'll see.
anonymous from Germany
Regardless it is a convincing pic-set.
Eddie from Sweden
yes, it is convincing, anonymous from Germany
But curious to think that a 'girl' this glamorous would be looking on the internet in the first place, never mind writing to guys first! For f***'s sake.
I happen to know from my female friends in Stockholm that when a nice-looking girl posts a profile on a popular dating website, for example match.com, she gets 20-30 mails a DAY! from all over the world. Some guys even send nude pics etcetc. Good looking girls don't need to accost guys on the internet, it's the guys who do the chasing. Then the girls pick and choose who they want to reply to.
I also happen to know that the majority of Russian girls would never DREAM of writing to a guy first. It's just not done.
But it certainly is tempting to think otherwise.
anonymous from Turkey
hello guys i got the a mail from this girl of courese i didnt answer here.as i see that she is a big scammer so be careful.gencler eger bu hatundan mail alırsanız sakın ha mail atmayı hele hel sakın asık felan olmayın bu hatun dolandırıcı internetden avladıgı erkeklerden para felan koparıyor veya bedava ucak bileti o nedenle sakın yukarda resmisni gordugunuz hatunla iletisim kurmayın i
this is her alternativ mail i think firstname.lastname@example.org genceler hatun bir kac farklı mail kullanıyor aman dikkat
anonymous from Gosport, United Kingdom
This person is also operating this scam and sending the e mails to the U.K.
They first ask if you would like to see pictures of a beautiful girl.
It's a shame that the scammer's location cannot be traced via the mail address. At least they could then be reported to the authorities.
I will let our correspondance run for a while then I'll attach a photo of Alena Vodonaeva to my reply and say that this beautiful young Totty has just turned up at my home.
Just looking at the pictures sent by the scammer one could easily believe that this is a genuine person.
actually, we can trace the IP address using the advanced header of one of the scammer's emails if you still have one. Just post it here. Do you know what an advanced header is? Look down, I've posted one from a spam I got a couple of days ago.
Chances are though that the're using a SOCKS server, ie a proxy server...or a forged IP...which means they could be anywhere, but my guess is still that they are in or around Yoshtar Ola, Mar El Republic in Russia.
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