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# Name:      Ekaterina Alexandrovna Romanenko

# E-mail:     katerinasweet77@mail.ru

# Address:  Russia , Tver

# Seen at:   Redpersonels.com

# Dangerous: 32%

# Details: It all started in early July of this year, 2006. Started quiet innosent to begin, getting to know our likes and dislikes, quiet believable. Then I asked if Katia would like to come to Australia and visit me. She agreed readily. Then asked me for money for her Travel Insurance. I research if I could pay for her Travel Insurance from Australia and found that I could. I passed onto her the details of my search but she was addiment that she could only pay this through her travel agent only. I agreed, then asked for Katia to send me a copy of her passport and Australian visa. I work in the private security industry, so the alarm bells started to sound. I did more research through the internet. I looked up the prossess of obtaining an Australian visa through the Australian Embassy in Moscow, this takes approx 10 days after lodgement of passport details that accompany the visa aplication. I received from Katia a copy of her passport dated 13/09/06, then within 48 hours received a visa copy (sub class 456 - temp business visa) from her dated no travel before 12/09/06. I then sent a copy of both these documents to DIMA-Moscow for comfermation. I receive e-mail from DIMA within 48 hours of lodging my inquiery stating that NO visa application was received from Ekaterina Romanenko and that the copy of visa lable is fake. Also that the passport also appears to be a fake. In fact on approvel of visa application the Australian Embassy in Moscow will send you a copy of the approved visa and refer you to DIMA web site for comfermation of said document. This is an obvious SCAM.



# Date: 2006-09-18
The amount of monies requested for Katias' Travel Insurance was $870. This request was made 4 times. Each time I made enquires with Travel Agencies in Australia for payment from Australia with confermation of my ability of payment and organisation of said Travel Insurance. Each time I relayed the imformation Katia replied that only her travel agent in Russia would not allow her to purchace a plane ticket without payment of the Travel Insurance. I agreed, then asked for Katia to send me a copy of her passport and Australian visa. I work in the private security industry, so the alarm bells started to sound. I did more research through the internet. I looked up the prossess of obtaining an Australian visa through the Australian Embassy in Moscow, this takes approx 10 days after lodgement of passport details that accompany the visa aplication. I received from Katia a copy of her passport dated 13/09/06, then within 48 hours received a visa copy (sub class 456 - temp business visa) from her dated no travel before 12/09/06. I then sent a copy of both these documents to DIMA-Moscow for comfermation. I receive e-mail from DIMA within 48 hours of lodging my inquiery stating that NO visa application was received from Ekaterina Romanenko and that the copy of visa lable is fake. Also that the passport also appears to be a fake. In fact on approvel of visa application the Australian Embassy in Moscow will send you a copy of the approved visa and refer you to DIMA web site for comfermation of said document. This is an obvious SCAM.





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