# Name: Ekaterina Sabantseva
# E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
# Address: Russia , Ivdel
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ask for money
She wrote me over 140 sincere and personal letters since Nov.1st.rnHer letters makes you cry: She is a 28yr old works as a music instructor at kids music school in Ivdel (small town of 19000 north of Ekaterinburg).She lives with her Mum she has widowed since the mid 1980s during the Afgan War.rnGentle Ekaterina saves life of an old lady on the street, visits olphanage in town, plays song Katyusha for the WW2 veterans.rnShe dislikes drinking habits, she values family life as her first priority.rnShe obtained my trust after 3 months of sincere communication, she decides to leave the country.rnHer travel comes with series of unfourtunate events, needs extra cash here and there. She gets all of her needs from me. rnI asked her ticket number and visa number (Pony Express Number to get proof from the US Embassy)She never gave me her answer.She disappesred since March 24th 2011.
She never asked any money for 3 months.
I offered her some money to buy herself / her mum flowers and presents.
Moneygram - sent to Sberbank in Ivdel total 1600 USD
Western Union - sent to Vozrozhdenie Bank total 3000 USD, officer Anna Degtyareva helped her to receive the remitance. After the Russian authority asked her to show plenty of cash to travel to the US.
Asked to the US Embassy: Russian Authority never asks for any proof of money if the Russian traveler has the proper US visa.