Mail order brides scam, international marriage scam, Russian women scam - let's fight it!
Scammer reportread more information about Scammer after registration
# Name: Yuliya Naumova
# E-mail: AnnaAnna97@yahoo.com
# Address: Russia , Bryansk
# Phone: Unknown
# Seen at:
Did not see on a Web Site. Answered an Email sent.
# Scam scenarios:
After writing back and forth for a couple weeks, she expressed her love for me. She wanted to come to USA. In fact her writings expressed the fact she entered into a contract with Travel Agent. She must have $400 US dollars by end of week.
After writing back and forth for a couple weeks, she expressed her love for me. She wanted to come to USA.rnIn fact her writings expressed the fact she entered into a contract with Travel Agent. She must have $400 US dollars by end of week.rnShe offered her address and said I should send money through Western Union or Money Gram. I kept putting her off knowing it probably a scam. She wrote daily asking when I was going to send.rnShe included very seductive photos. I won?€™t say they were not good.rnBut each Email had photos.rnI egged her on by asking for a photo of her in front of Travel Agency.rnNot once acknowledged. The Email stopped when I told her that I,would go to Russia and get her. We would come back together.rnOf which I never had any intention. I made it known more than once I was married. I was mearly writing out of boredom. rnTiming on this is about 4-5 weeks Mid October-Mid NovemberrnI did not hear from her again. rnIn summary, I was asked to send $400 US to a Russian women to help pay a travel,agent to come to US. The money was NEVER sent. I want to make sure someone else doesn?€™t fall for it.rnOf course I knew that it wasn?€™t that easy, and all documents and airline fares would exceed $400.rnThis report although public, shall not in anyway be shared with anyone in my familyrn
Copyright © 2005-2018 Scam Info All rights reserved.