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# Name:      Elena Bistrova

# E-mail:

# Address:  Russia , St. Petersburg

# Seen at:   Yahoo! Personals

# Dangerous: 17%

# Details: Typical rapid scam progression from "friend" to "best friend" to "madly in love" (she even called herself my wife at one point!). Asks for money to be put into a Wells Fargo or Bank of America account so she can travel to the US to meet; claims her sister met a guy online, and he tried to pay for it, but the money was held by the Russian bank he was using (but of course hell pay me back after I pay for the tickets!). Have to give this one an award for tenacity; after ceasing to respond to her emails several months ago, I still get periodic requests to message her back.

# Date: 2007-08-06