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# Name: Ariana
# E-mail: email@example.com
# Address: Armenia , Yerevan
# Seen at:
I recieved 3 letters which I now know to be copies with my name inserted. The 4th letter was the money shot, asking for $740 to make up $1360 to enable her to buy her air fare, visa, taxes and pay for the goverment programme. This was all inclusive of a goverment exchange programme with a closing date of 1st November. She claimed to have a Grandpa who was overseeing everything. She calimed she was a peadiatric doctor who had trained at Moscow University. She had given this up to move to Yerevan and live with her grandpa. She said she now works as a horse trainer and sent some convincing photos of her with horses. I suspect these pictures are maybe of an innocent person?
It never got to the money sending stage as when she requested money I knew for certain that this was a scam. I supected her from the first letter and my suspicions grew as she would never answer any of my questions, especially the ones about where she lived. Her message source always appeared as the United States. Her first letter came via the datingdirect.com web site.
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