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Started sending me personal emails in February of 2019 under the name Lyudmila . I later met the real Lyudmila in May of 2019 in Kiev and got her WhatsApp. Before returning to Kiev in June, I received and email telling me t
Started sending me personal emails in February of 2019 under the name Lyudmila. I later met the real Lyudmila in May of 2019 in Kiev and got her WhatsApp. Before returning to Kiev in June, I received and email telling me to block the WhatsApp number because her phone had been stolen. At this point in time, I believed I was communicating with Lyudmila. Things started getting strange after that though, as every time I went back to Kiev to see Lyudmila, she made an excuse why she couldnt meet me. There was one excuse after another. Her phone and documents got stolen, so she had to go to Mirnograd to get new documents. Then we were supposed to meet in Odessa in July/August, but her bus was delayed at a military checkpoint from Mirnograd, so she missed the train. I went to Kiev again in September, but she made the excuse that she was in Mirnigrad because her father had a heart attack. While renewing her documents, she had me for financial help, and asked that I sent money to the name Elena Nikishina (she claimed was a friend). By this time, I was getting very suspicious, emailed her and told her we should not communicate with each other anymore. Recently I heard from her gain, but I had found the profile for Lyudmila on one site and ordered a flowers gift for 8th of March. I received a notification that the girl was in Egypt and the gift delivery could only be done when she returned. I emailed and asked her where she was, and she told me Mirnograd. I suddenly had a hunch and found the phone number for Lyudmila and unblocked it and sent her a text asking where she was. She told me Egypt. I then asked if the name Elena Nikishina meant anything to her, and she said it was the wife of the director of her old agency.