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# Name:      Ekaterina Zagaynova

# E-mail:     fedya-sta@mail.ru

# Address:  Russia , Yoshkar-Ola

# Dangerous: 32%

# Details: The end of the correspondence was basically her saying she had no more money for the internet cafe, which I knew was a total lie as I sent enough for about 30 days worth of 1 hour per day and she used about 5 days worth then claimed she was poor again. I had received the identity check back and have now sent her an email telling her/him that I have reported them to an anti-scam website and hoped whoever the girl was in the pictures won't just be tossed out when she gets too old and has to go looking for real love from a legitimate marriage agency.
  
  I was initially contacted via the Names Database for a message from her. She had never asked for money, but I was aware of the potential for it and claimed she was a scammer in an email I sent to her. She claimed she wasn't and knew about the Scammers but wasn't interested in money. However she was sending emails at strange times of night for her, 1am, 3am, 6am, and using the email program used by many scammers, The Bat! All of her emails originated from a dial up connection. She said she used a internet cafe that was open all night, but there were no internet cafes I could find open all night in her city. Also about a week of no email from her then all of a sudden she sent me an email saying she changed her email address and the mail program changed as well to Incredimail. Her second email address is the one reported but the original email was a gmail address of: katusha101@gmail.com. I received 21 emails from her in the time we corresponded.
  
  I sent a very small amount of money to assist with Internet charges, and at the same time had a basic identity check done via a reputable online dating company in Yoshkar Ola. Until I told her I was going to send her alittle money to assist with her internet time, she wouldn't give me her address but I claimed I needed it for the Western Union form and she sent it freely then. She said she didn't have a telephone where she lived. I also was asked if I had MSN which I did and on our few chats we had via MSN were very brief, less than 10 minutes of actual chat time on each occassion.
  
  The emails I did receive very much sounded like they were written by a male, or at least a woman who thinks like a male. I could never confirm or deny this but it was just strange how her emails were written, and within about the first 6 emails she claimed to have loved me already but didn't know anything about me. I was the one asking all the questions as well.
  
  Since receiving the report back from the identity check investigation it has been confirmed there is no one by her name at that address, that there is a working phone line there, and her name is the name of one of the known scammer groups in Yoshkar Ola. Also some of her emails were copied from other scamming emails, including identical wording.
  
  



# Date: 2006-08-22
See Report section.

The end of the correspondence was basically her saying she had no more money for the internet cafe, which I knew was a total lie as I sent enough for about 30 days worth of 1 hour per day and she used about 5 days worth then claimed she was poor again. I had received the identity check back and have now sent her an email telling her/him that I have reported them to an anti-scam website and hoped whoever the girl was in the pictures won't just be tossed out when she gets too old and has to go looking for real love from a legitimate marriage agency.





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