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# Name:      Anna Rozhkova

# E-mail:     anutarozhok@yahoo.com

# Address:  Russian, rep of Tatarstan , Elabuga

# Seen at:   M??teplassen (Norwegian dating site)

# Dangerous: 25%

# Scam scenarios:   I contacted Anna at the dating site in Norway. She asked me that she would rather correspond through e-mail than on the site. She claimed to be a trained medical doctor who could not get a job in Elabuga, that her best friend Elena had found

# Details: I contacted Anna at the dating site in Norway. She asked me that she would rather correspond through e-mail than on the site. She claimed to be a trained medical doctor who could not get a job in Elabuga, that her best friend Elena had found a good Australian man on the Internet recently, and that Anna too was looking for a man to marry outside of Russia. rnrnWe mailed daily for some time, where she wrote pretty credible and detailed accounts about her family and life in Elabuga. After a while she told me she loved me, and that she wanted to travel to live with me for two-three months starting in the Christmas holidays. She asked for 475 USD to pay for passport, visa, medical examiniation and insurance. In addition I sent her 591 USD to pay for the plane ticket. rnrnFour days before her departure Anna sent another mail telling me that by Russian law she would have to bring 35 Euro for each day of her 90 day Visa to the airport in Kazan, i e 3.200 Euro in all, and that she needed me to transfer this in cash immediately. rnrnWhen I told her this was not technically possible, she suggested that I transfer the 3.200 Euro to the bank account of another friend of her, called Khayrullina Evgeniya Vladimirovna. When I googled Evgeniya I found this second woman is listed as a scammer from Kazan, Tatarstan. This may be the same person using different pictures, or Anna and Evgeniya may be working together.



# Date: 2012-12-09





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