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# Scam scenarios:
This scam was an airfare scam from a married woman looking for a free trip abroad, while her husband was earning money abroad. I met Irina in Dnepropetrovsk after purchasing her contact information on hotrussianbrides.com in October 2014.
This scam was an airfare scam from a married woman looking for a free trip abroad, while her husband was earning money abroad. rnrnI met Irina in Dnepropetrovsk after purchasing her contact information on hotrussianbrides.com in October 2014. It was unusual that her name on her emails was Irina Koshkina, despite her contact information stating it was Irina Kirichenko, and she insisted it was a pen name, so I believed her. We agreed to meet in the Dominican Republic with her daughter in February 2015, and we stayed at Zoetry Punta Cana for 2 weeks. I purchased airline tickets for her and her daughter to meet me in Punta Cana via Frankfurt from Kiev. During our stay, she would leave at regular times, and go talk on Skype near the pool bar to a man in Russian, and she sounded very much into him. Towards the end of our stay, she would not commit to marriage. Her portion of the expenses incurred to me was $5,900. Upon my return to USA, I contacted my attorney, who suggested we should do a background investigation on her. It turned out that she was married to a man by the name of Andriy Koshkin, who worked abroad, and sent money home.
My attorney contacted the websites that host her, and she was banned.