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Name: Inna


Email: inna@freewaymail.info


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Somewhere in Russia


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Hey guys, I thought about this girl named 'Inna' who appeared out of nowhere. At first she wrote from a friend's email (aliciagrassquit5277516@gmail.com) then another email (jlennons7x@yahoo.co.uk) and her personal email (inna@freewaymail.info). They are all fraudulent and scammer emails! I have not been stung by this girl and I will play along with her until she reach a dead end. I agree the information posted here are directly linked to her or with surrounding friends who are also scammers. Unsuspecting guys who received similar emails, don't give your hopes up of finding the right one in real life rather being hurt and trashed by these types of scammers. Regarding her pictures, she must have sourced them from a photo gallery somewhere and can't seem to find it. Any hints?


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2007-12-03, 06:01:42
anonymous from Australia  
This girl has tried to scam me. I had my supicions when she first started emailing me, i have sent her a letter back which looks very similar to the one i got, so i doubt i will hear from her again. Just be careful guys is my advice!!
2007-12-03, 12:13:49
Eddie from Sweden  
anonymous from Australia

his BAT! spam program is probably set on automatic so don't be surprised if you get a reply as if nothing has happened.

Love,
the poor man's Paris Hilton
2007-12-03, 12:15:10
anonymous from Germany  
No, Australia, this woman did not try to scam you. Her pictures are probably stolen from a russian dating/chat site. She does not look like a student or a criminal students bride. A bit to old already and a bit to elegant.
I guess she is a victim herself.

Thx for your serious posting.
2007-12-07, 01:08:00
anonymous from Australia  
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yes, i had te same sort of bulls*** thrown my way...but sorry it didn't stick.....


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2007-12-07, 01:11:16
anonymous  
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more evidence...
This image was also posted here:
Dating scammer Natalja (Natalia) from Berdsk, Russia
Dating scammer Inna



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2007-12-07, 01:12:22
anonymous  
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Dating scammer Irina from Chita, Russia



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2007-12-10, 17:49:32
anonymous from United States  
she has written me and i wrote back didn't give any info or money. wrote her back and told her i knew she was a scammer
2007-12-14, 05:22:53
anonymous from Sydney, Australia  
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I too have tried to be scammed by this girl she also goes by the name marina and her emails will show up as pretty.dont be fooled by the blonde hair and good looks.
2007-12-14, 18:44:04
anonymous from Australia  
heres another pic she looks like a whore to possible tranny
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Dating scammer Inna



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2007-12-14, 23:08:54
anonymous from Australia  
She is writng to me at present she has not ask for money yet but im sure she will soon,letters are the same word to word posted o this site, been told she is a scammer,but is it really her writing .

another picture she sent me.
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Dating scammer Inna



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2007-12-15, 03:52:43
OJAS from United States  
Aussie mates - for those who may not know
Married Russian girls wear ring on their right fourth finger http://www.smh.com...3038.html
Additional info on the welcome page/ primer link below all posts in the red banner titled - Are you being scammed and this is your first visit here?
2007-12-15, 04:58:45
Eddie from Sweden  
To any newcomers on this thread. ...PLEASE READ THIS!!!

The vast majority of Russian dating scammers are not women at all, but actually men, mostly students, working in organized cells - known as 'offices' in Russian scamming jargon - in or around Yoshkar Ola, the capital of Mari El republic, sometimes in Chuvashia....occasionally further afield.

Most scammers are VERY lazy and only looking for quick cash money. They use email extractor programs to get your mail addresses (if you don't have a profile on a dating site, that is)...for example:
http://www.webextractor.com/

..and multiple identities with copied form mails and spam programs on automatic reply, very often the BAT!, with which they can personalize small parts of each letter if necessary.
http://www.ritlabs...s/thebat/

They mostly won't read your mails until after the pay-off - known as the 'money letter'- because they don't have time, ie because they're mailing, and trying to scam, as many guys as they can (economies of scale).....and also because they're semi-literate lowlifes who can't speak much English anyway. They call this initial phase 'zakidka' -- which means 'fill 'em up' in Russian slang. IN OTHER WORDS, you can write almost anything in your replies and they won't notice, the scammers only get interested when they're curious to see if you've taken the bait.

It's virtually guaranteed that the girls in these scam pics aren't directly involved in the scamming because the scammers steal their pics from the internet or pay unsuspecting friends for them, or buy and exchange them on scammer websites. Mostly they steal them. (Once an experienced Russian scammer actually admitted to me that he stole all his pics from army-of-brides.com and mamba.ru). Occasionally they'll use a local girl for a pic set, usually a scammer groupie. Real female accomplices are otherwise only involved either to phone a guy up, for the sake of appearances, or to pick up the loot at Western Union.

And more recently, the majority of Russian scammers have started using proxy servers or IP spoofing to hide their real locations so ALL YOU REALLY NEED TO DO IS TRACE THEIR IP ADDRESS to confirm the scam! (if you haven't worked it out already, of course). Untraceable IP address = scam.

If, by any chance, you don't believe any of this, please read: http://www.cheboksa..mers.html

or: http://www.delphifa..#comments
(Russian newspaper article about scamming)

Further info about scammers and real Russian women, and a whole lot more, can be found in the ..
'Are you being scammed and this is your first visit here?
welcome page/ primer for newbies.'

just below this post (bright red, so you can't miss it)
2007-12-15, 14:50:18
anonymous from United States  
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This same' Inna' has tried the same thing with me. She started by saying she is in Chita and now is Moscow where an agency is ready to take her anywhere to work. She wrote me several letters before asking for 1100 dollars, so beware!


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2007-12-23, 05:35:07
anonymous  
Well there is another scam by Ellizaveta. She called me asked to send money for a passport, via Western Union no doubt. If you ever need any help in finding scammers in Russia you can find one we site that has excellent tips.
http://www.russian-..hat%20is%

The staff are excellent here and will give you some commn sense answers to dealing with women like Elizaveta.

I know this is the same woman that appears on this site named Inna with a changed email address but for sure this is the same woman. I have been able to determine that she is asking for money to be sent to her for a possprot and provides a fake address. Please if you receive any photos from this women ,. no mater how many dont reply , dont send money, and for goodness sake there are women out here that do not know the difference between the truth and a lie.
2007-12-23, 05:35:08
anonymous  
Well there is another scam by Ellizaveta. She called me asked to send money for a passport, via Western Union no doubt. If you ever need any help in finding scammers in Russia you can find one we site that has excellent tips.
http://www.russian-..hat%20is%

The staff are excellent here and will give you some commn sense answers to dealing with women like Elizaveta.

I know this is the same woman that appears on this site named Inna with a changed email address but for sure this is the same woman. I have been able to determine that she is asking for money to be sent to her for a possprot and provides a fake address. Please if you receive any photos from this women ,. no mater how many dont reply , dont send money, and for goodness sake there are women out here that do not know the difference between the truth and a lie.
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Are you being scammed and this is your first visit here?
Read the welcome page/ primer for newbies.
Thanks to Eddie for writing it up.

Please also read Miss Marple's article about recognizing male dating scammers.

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