# Name: Anna Klimenko
# E-mail: email@example.com
# Address: Russia , Kaliningrad
# Phone: 011 8 921 008 5363
# Seen at:
# Scam scenarios:
money for travel
Anna fell in "love" immediately. Ready to come to the USA immediately. And then said her mother wanted to come too. Anna asked for $5000 to be sent Western Union after only writing me for 14 days. I offered to handle the Visa through a local immigration attorney and send her a plane ticket which I could purchase with my credit card. I offered to pay all expenses directly, but she didnt like that idea...she just wanted me to send her the money and trust her to come to me (she laid on a strong guilt trip). Her e-mail address appears on other scam lists and she has been banned from livedatesearch.com.
I did not pay any money, so I am not a victim, but her letters were form letters and it was pretty obvious that she was casting a wide net. Also, I did speak to her and I could tell early in the conversation that she was trying to figure which guy she was talking to. I requested her profile be pulled from russianbridesanddating.com.
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