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# Name:      Anna Shestakova

# E-mail:     unknown

# Address:  Ukraine , Nikolaev

# Phone:    +380994894931

# Seen at:   www.FDDating.com, I.D. number 1715252 (she is currently on that site). www.loveme, www.USSR-Star.com, www.andonov.com, www.mypartnerforever

# Dangerous: 22%

# Scam scenarios:    She contacted me on Brides of Ukraine in November 2013. After seven months of letters on that site and www.loveme.com, I went to visit her in Nikolaev and then Odesssa. I was with her for three weeks and she did not ask me one question about

# Details: She contacted me on Brides of Ukraine in November 2013. After seven months of letters on that site and www.loveme.com, I went to visit her in Nikolaev and then Odesssa. I was with her for three weeks and she did not ask me one question about myself. Instead, she pulled me into every pharmacy there was in Nikolaev and Odessa looking for a very expensive drug called "vorconicazole." It is used to treat "aspergillosis," which she claimed that she had/or perhaps still has. Over the next two years, she obtained thousands of dollars from me for expensive medicines, gifts, and vacations. She fits a pattern of meeting and exploiting wealthy men she meets on the internet. She is a classic "Romance scammer," who wants to actually meet the man and then get as much money, gifts and vacations as possible from him. She dangles the marriage "carrot" in front of him when, in reality, she has no serious intentions of marriage. She is just looking for money and nothing more. This is fraud. It is a clever frand, but still a fraud. The term "Romance scam" is used and defined on Wikipedia to describe this type of fraud. When this source dries up, she just goes on to her next victim. When I first met her in person in 2014, she admitted that she had not worked in 7 years. What was she living on??



# Date: 2017-09-14





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