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this is elena egoshina as well
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Comment from Jeff

Also known as Ekaterina loves me! Wants to come to canada needs 1650 euro dollars for visa & tickets scam well I love her but she have to scam someone else to come see me
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Comment from diony

yes, in fact she's big swindler, she use several names, elena sultaikina, Ekaterina isotova and many more. I send to her 450E and now she is with many tricks, that she still need money again.
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Comment from Roamer

If they ever make a "Rocky & Bullwinkle" movie again, I think that they should csat this woman for the role of "Natasha"...She looks the part perfectly....
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Comment from Inquisitive One

I am not sure how Western Union works its internal security. But I can guarantee that when complaints are lodged against them, protocols are reviewed. The point is that this theory about fake names does not compute for me, at least in most cases. Even the Nigerian scammers who do use fake names always ask for the money transfer to be made to some actual person....As for the scenario which you propose, it is possible that this can happen; but it can only be done once or twice. If the same cousin keeps giving the money to scammers (many times over), he/she will be caught rather quickly. Of course that assumes that the victim reports the crime. I have a feeling that these crimes are rarley reported due to embarassment.
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Comment from Roamer

Hey IO, here is a scenario for you, Say I'm a scammer and my cousin has a Western Union over in Lugansk and he's the franchise owner. Now if I tell him that I'll give him 10% of all transactions for my so-called girls to give them the money........Well what do you think is going to happen???
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Comment from Special Operations Executive

Now you're on the right track I.O. The names are real,they just do dodgy things with their photos etc.However they often specify which Western Union office to send the money to,means someone on the inside also gets a kickback.Hence the never ending story of scamming.
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Comment from Inquisitive One

SOE - I am not questioning as to whether this is a scammer. I know it is. I am just asking as to how certain everyone is that the name is fake. If a scammer uses a fake name, then the scammer must be in possession of an extremely well done piece of fake ID in order to collect the money transfer. That is pretty difficult to do because all ID's are scanned or copied by Western Union or Money Gram. Therefore, if it is a fake ID, it can only be used once. To my understanding, the most likely scenario is that the name is real and the pictures are fake (stolen).
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Comment from Special Operations Executive

I.O. the scammers use same photos on multiple names ad infinitum ad nauseum.These guys have been tracking scammers for years.You don't need to be a devil's advocate, if the whores are listed here, they're scammers whether a Boris,Natasha or African ape is behind it.Best advice,use your IQ & DON'T SEND money to a photograph.
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Comment from Inquisitive One

But how do you know that this is not some Ivan and Boris using the same stolen pictures of some ugly girl? Isn't that plausible? And isn't it possible that the girl one of them uses to pick up money from Western Union has the same name and this famous Russian you speak of? It seems that there are many common names in Russia. No disrespect intended, just playing Devil's Advocate.
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Comment from Roamer One

Because this isn't the same name that she used last time she was posted on a scam site.....
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Comment from Special Operations Executive

Mesutdemir,durdurmak için saçma.Böyle internet sitesi için zevce.It bulan gösteriyor kadınlarla erkekler hile ve tarafından para sıvanmaktan onları.Şu an bir çok kandıralı adam.
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Comment from Inquisitive One

How do you know it is a stolen name?
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Comment from Roamer

She's real familiar looking, but I can't remember which site that I have seen her on previously....Actually the stolen name is from either a famous russian actress or a gymnast....
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Comment from Elena

Hello my wet Turkey friend. Kiss you.
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