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Name: Aigul ( Russian - Perm )


One of them:

'Hello my love ! My dear I is very glad to see your letter.
I to think, that you to cheer up me the letters. My dear I is always
very glad to read your letter. My lovely I very much to love your letters.
I so am glad that you have written me the letter on my new electronic box.
I very strongly want to continue with you our dialogue. Forgive me that
I so for a long time could not write to you. But I had problems with my
old electronic address. I hope that you understand me.
My love yes I want to arrive to you to Brazil. But I cannot pay for the trip.
I have written you that that is necessary for me 420 $. Tell to me you
you can help me with this money?
Dear , I very much to love it in you. I to think,
that you to have very many qualities of
soul which I very much to respect in you and to like. My dear I to
think, that I to not doubt, that I with you shall be a success. I to
think, that I am sure, that when we with you shall have a meeting we
shall be lucky enough precisely and a lot of love. I to think, that we
with you shall be the happiest pair on light. I so to think, because I
to love you! I as am sure, that you to love me! My dear I completely
to trust you. I to think, that you that person which I to search for
all life. I to think, that you are ideal to approach me. I to think,
that we are created the friend for the friend. My dear I very much to
require you. I am very strong to love you! I want to speak you, that I
to love you with very big force!!! I love you. '

Other Comments:
Like others scammers, she said love you a lot, you are the man of her life, etc. etc. and, in the end, she ask you about money to meet you ( she is very poor ) and to live happy forever... the same history...
I think the person present in these photos dosen't know it's happening... This fuck scammers take the very pretty woman photos (look the last photo I put here.. or all of them...) to encourage us to send money.
Her full name is aigul Azmatova ( false, of course ).

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2009-07-20, 12:46:46
anonymous from United States  
Remember guys. Keep your wallet in your pocket. Here is the one that went after me. Didn’t work. Goes by Nataliya Baybakowa at

2010-02-09, 11:29:16
anonymous from Malaysia  
I don't know is this girl is a scammer. Because the way she write and reply is what you guys are talking about. Also she is talking about to visit me and says that she is going to the travel agency.
Please advice. Her email is

2010-02-09, 13:45:22
wanwan from Japan  
@2010-02-09, 11:29:16
anonymous from Malaysia

Hey !
Thank you for your report on her.
Be careful ! She can be a Russian scammer !
She can be a Russian Testicles !
You report '' Travel agency ''.
Yes it is a scam sign!

She will say '' Today I went to travel agency .And I need a VISA,Passport,insurance ,etc .
I need $900.But I have only $100.So please support me ,my prince ''.

1)see her mail header !
2)look into X-mailer
3)when you find the mass mailer '' The Bat xxxx '',it is a scammer !

4)look up her sender IP address !
Do you love Russian Testicles ?

Watch out for her !

2010-05-26, 20:06:45   (updated: 2010-05-26, 20:09:10)
anonymous from United States  
I am the guy that was taken for 1900 this month tickets and visa scam from olga bessonova, under assumed name of ekaterina malyugina Katya,i was totally new to the online dating thing,i got sent flight times everything,whilst she was at airport apparently they would not let her board without $2000 which she begged me for for the internet cafe,at this point it hit me like a freight train,i was being scammed all along,its taken me several days to get the courage to post as the shame of being conned is overwhelming,the emotional damage i will carry for alongtime,so i ask you guys to be gentle with your comments,i knew nothing of these sites,and i did google the email address she used with no results,this happened 21st of may last week,since then i have become an expert over night in what to look for, whilst she was stranded at the airport the ip addresses were from new jersey and new york, western union tell me ekaterna malyugina made pick ups of money both times in perm,the last email i recieved from her on monday the 23rd of may,she said she didn't want me to think of her as a thief and offered to pay it back,but it will take alongtime..oh sure i believe you katya!!! i did not mention i found upto 10 plus email addresses of her and her other names,i have yet to hear from this lowlife,my heart is whats damaged more than my wallet.i continue daily to dig more up on this person,the pictures are from a girl named victoria out of ukraine,once i take away the visual aspect that its not her i find it alittle easier on my emotions.

2010-05-27, 05:54:23
Dirk from Kerkrade, Netherlands  
Sorry. Take it easy!

Ekaterina Malyugina


First name: Olga
Name aliases: Catherine, Kate, Katerina, Kati, Katia, Katrin, Katrina, Katty, Katushka, Katy, Katya, Ksenechka, Kseniya, Ksenya, Ksusha, Ksysha, Olechka, Olenka, Oleshka, Olia, Olja, Olly, Oly, Xenia, Yekaterina
Last name: Bessonova

Aka: Ksenia Chulkova, Ekaterina Malyugina
Age: 29

Location(s): Arda (Russia), Perm (Russia)
Address(es): Russia, 614014, Perm, Posadskya str., 44
Russia, 425290, Mari-El, Arda, Druzhby str., 12-15
Phone number(s): unknown

E-mail address(es):




2010-05-27, 08:37:42
[hidden] from United States  
Here are a few more email addresses used by this scammer
when she tried to get me to send 2000 travel money she said send it to EKATERINA VASILIYEVA.
here is the address Ekertarina Malyugina {katya}
lebedeva st 46
phone number 342-848-742, as i said money was picked up in perm.
there is a olga bessonova {mimo fanta} on facebook using one of stolen photos,user is in turkey,photos always come from same place, fota.mota user name ladyflame,last time pictures were updated was 2008,names and email addresses always change but there are hundreds of photos that can be used.

2010-05-27, 10:54:40
Dirk from Kerkrade, Netherlands  



2010-05-27, 10:57:39
OJAS from United States  
2010-05-27, 15:48:37
phil from United States  
Thanks for the responses guys!! i'm just glad a switch came on as soon as she mentioned the travel money to me, i try to keep positive,things happen for a reason,and maybe now i can help educate others and try to dig up info on any scammers, i got the personnel email this morning to the governor of perm,i havn't written anything yet,i doubt it will do any good,but then there is another part of me that says it couldnt hurt,this olga,katya etc,has been going strong for what looks like afew years and last pick up was in perm.i think we can all expect this scammer to come up with a new name and email address,thats what worries me,there will be no record of it once its googled or researched on sites.
2010-05-27, 16:33:22
OJAS from United States  
Sorry Phil you got scammed. Unfortunately you may not see your money back again, please report as much as your time permits

Question for those with better than my eye sight: Is the girl Elena Solodovnikova?
2010-05-28, 00:11:42
Dirk from Kerkrade, Netherlands  

What to do if you have been scammed:

1. Apply to your local state or federal enforcement agency and request to prosecute the criminals that stole your money. (It is the nearest police station where you would report a house burglary, for example.)

2. Report it to the Internet Crime Complaint Center of FBI at

3. Send a complaint to your country's Embassy in the country where the scammer resides AND their Embassy in your country - for example, if you live in USA and the scammer resides in Russia, you should send your complaint to the USA Embassy in Russia and Russian Embassy in the USA.
Send it via registered mail, and include with your report:

Name and surname of the scammer (the person on whose name the money was sent, even if it is different from the name of the person your were corresponding with).
Details of the scam - a complete story including dates, names of the persons and websites, printed copies of letters, copies of Western Union receipts etc.
Request to hand your complaint to the Ministry of Home Affairs of the country where the scammer resides (where you have sent the money to) and request to prosecute the scammer and recover your money.
Your name, address, email address and phone number.
Print the complaint, number the pages and initial every page, sign the last page.
Include a copy of your ID/passport (page with your name and photo).

Such a complaint will be considered as an official statement, and can be used by authorities to initiate a criminal investigation, and, possibly, recover your money.
Without official complaints authorities are not able to prosecute scammers.

4. Inform the website where you have found this person (or where s/he has found you), giving them all details of the scam and asking to remove the scammer from their pages. Request response.

5. Inform the service provider where the scammer's email account has been registered, and ask them to disable this address. Request response.
Use aliases POSTMASTER and ABUSE; so if the address was report it to and Forward them the letter with money request and the story of how you have been scammed. (Sometimes aliases POSTMASTER and ABUSE can be disabled and in the return letter you will be given a different email address or a link to the website to file your complaint. You can also check the website of the email provider to find a link to report abuse: i.e. check the website and look for the link 'Report abuse' or 'Report spam'.)

6. If you have sent money to a scammer via Western Union, report it to Western Union fraud department and customer support department. Request response.

7. If your scammer is from RUSSIA or UKRAINE, send information to Russian Police (only if you have sent money to a scammer).

Filing a criminal complaint involves:

writing and notarizing a complaint
collecting all the supporting evidence of the scam
providing a copy of your ID
obtaining a Russian translation of your complaint (it is also preferable to translate at least a few of the letters that the scammers sent to you)
mailing the package of documents to the proper Russian authorities

When your complaint reaches Russian authorities, it will be looked at by a police officer. That officer will have to determine whether or not:
the complaint can be used as a legal document (that's why you need to notarize it and attach a copy of your ID)
there is evidence that a crime that has been committed
there is enough supporting evidence that would justify starting a criminal case
If all the above things are present in the complaint, police will likely register the complaint and start a criminal investigation.

2010-05-28, 00:42:14
Dirk from Kerkrade, Netherlands  
U.S. Embassy in Moscow

Bolshoy Deviatinsky Pereulok No. 8
Moscow 121099, Russian Federation

Tel: +7 (495) 728-5000
fax: 728-5090
(Moscow is 8 hours ahead of Washington)

Consular e-mail (for questions regarding visas and other consular services):
Webmaster e-mail:


Embassy of the Russian Federation in USA
2650 Wisconsin Ave., NW, Washington DC, 20007, USA
Phone: +1 202 298-5700
298-5701, 298-5704
Telex: (234) 248400 WSHP UR
Fax: +1 212 298-5735

2010-05-28, 01:40:22   (updated: 2010-05-28, 01:59:26)
Dirk from Kerkrade, Netherlands  
Private detective and investigation agency in Perm, Russia


Or contact Elena Garrett (Russian Detective) at

2010-05-28, 02:02:47
Dirk from Kerkrade, Netherlands  

Not sure, but don't think so.

2010-05-28, 07:01:32
Phil from United States  
Thanks for all the info Dirk and OJAS,now comes the paperwork side i guess to pass on all this info, she mentions her best friend alot who went with her to pick money up,ELENA SIELYANINOVA,found no record whatso ever on this person,really glad i came across this site.
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