# Name: Anna Dobrinia
# E-mail: email@example.com
# Address: Ukraine , Mykoliavka
# Phone: +380665925766
# Seen at:
# Scam scenarios:
ask for money
Anna claims to be attending university in Odessa. She then claims she is taking exams. She then reports that she passed the exam, but the professor failed her because she did not pay a bribe of $100 (which he apparently extorted from each of his students). She doesnt specifically ask for the money, but implies that she wants you to send it because you are the only person she can ask for help. Also, she claims to not have a cell phone (since it was apparently stolen when she was mugged in the street), and therefore gives you the cell phone number of her best friend, Tania, whom she spends a lot of time with.
I did not send her any money. At the beginning of our communications, I told her, in very clear wording, that under no circumstances, would I send her any money whatsoever, for any purpose, period. When I told her I would not send her any money, and that she was on her own to deal with her own problems, she dropped me like a hot rock.