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# Name: Elena Kramareva
# E-mail: email@example.com
# Address: Ukraine , Lysychansk
# Phone: 38-066-513-9636
# Seen at:
# Scam scenarios:
ask for money, stolen photos
This scammer tries to get you to give her money for a tourist visa, passport, and airfare through a local travel agency that she insists on using. This travel agency only has a cell phone and does not really exsist. She sends form letters with "hi" in the subject line everyday. The first lines of her email are scripted and then one or two lines that may answer one of your questions. The rest of the daily email is mostly about the weather or her nanny job. Most questions that you ask her are ignored. It seems like it takes too much time for her to read your entire email and respond. She sends pictures where the file names are numbered and seem professional quailty. When asked for a picture with her friends or mother or father she says yes but never delivers. She very relutanlty gave me her home address but told me mail gets stolen when sent to her address. I tried to have flowers delivered there for her birthday but the address did not exsist. Even the postal code was for a different city.
Ukrainedate.com is the website that she used to find me. When reported they deleted her profile.
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