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# Name:      Elena Ameljanovich

# E-mail:

# Address:  Russia , St. Petersburg

# Seen at:

# Dangerous: 28%

# Details: This girl is also known as Julia Tsypukova and Irina Ejubulatova. See scammers item 780 and item 822. The usual emails introduction, a little bit of get to know you, sends a photo every other time, gets sentimental, falls in love very tenderly, quotes some poetry, etc. Her story was that she is an accountant in St Petersburg on a modest salary, cant afford a phone, but a very modest flat, very lonely, hasn't yet found the man until now, wants all that is good in life, love, children, etc. I think she knew I wasn't falling for it because she never got around to asking for the money. This went on for about five weeks. I am suspicious by nature anyway. Plus I am not single and not looking. Without going into detail, there is always loads of inconsistencies in the lies, lots of things that don't add up. In the end she really started slipping up badly so I'd say she's having to juggle at least a dozen guys at once. Look closely fellas... If you smell a rat, it's most likely a rat. This one is a rat through and through.
  Although I smelled the rat, I didn't know this is such a huge industry. Then I started searching the net using keywords, "russian women email scams". I immediately found this site and found the proof.

# First reported: Steve
# Date: 2006-04-01