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Of course did not use plane ticket, because it was a scam. Please take action to block the woman and publish this warning to protect others. She sent me three pics in all one slowly after another then as she fell in Love we set up a meeting.
First reported: Moustafa DISCLAIMER: does not guarantee the accuracy of the information on this page, nor that it is error-free. The service is supplied on "as is" basis, with no warranties of any kind, either expressed or implied. She said she could pay for the trip but then the punch-line arrived she asked for money for a computer and I told her I would not send her the money.
The scam is then she will ask for 600 US dollars to be allowed out Russia ( St Petersburg) and be sent by Western union. Money are to be sent via Western Union to Inna Adamova, Minsk, Belarus. Initiates the contact through a personals website, falls in love with you, wants to visit you dying to be with you and wanting to marry you, asks money for visa and tickets. She asked me to contact her on personal email address in the first message. Within two weeks she had fallen in love with me and was asking me for money for a cultural exchange program. 4272290930040357 VTB Bank (Deutschland) AG Email: [email protected]: She ask for paying passport and Schengen visa and ticket. She was at Moscow airport to travel to me cause she told she has the Visa, but the Russian custom will let her no pass, cause she has no pocket money.
To live in Germany, so I sent 1200,-- the customs first asks for.
This girl will send you her passport and visa details. Actually is unemployed and makes living asking money from foreign men: for Internet connection complaining about its expensiveness, or for visa and tickets to come to your country. After thinking this was a scam I did some research and found her photo on another website under a different name as a known scammer. I reported this to and they remover her profile from the website.
Once you have corresponded a few times she will say that she will come to your Country and send scanned photos of air tickets. Usually works through placing her data at international dating agencies. I have my profile on and that is where Tanya first contacted me. After asking her about this she sent me a email for her new email address because she was in Moscow getting a stamp on her passport. Phone: 0684 Bank Account: VTB 24 (JSC) Moskau Russia) Account no.
Mitchell who is an Internet security and privacy attorney.
)” Presumably the reason for the liberal use of single quotes around the word “she” in Hot Lips’ account is because, of course, the odds are as good as not that the person behind the scam may be of the Y-chromosome variety, and not a woman at all.
Hey, it doesn’t really matter, because they have no intention of ever meeting you in person anyways.
Anyway, the sordid story continues and ‘she’ decides she loves me so much that ‘she’ wants to come and see me but, alas, ‘she’ can’t afford the airfare.
However, ‘she’ knows a really cheap travel agent that will cut a great deal if we book right now (‘Her’ birthday’s coming up – did I mention that?
In one such example, recently reported by the Register, a man using the account name of “Hot Lips” recounts his experience with a Russian dating scamstress, explaining that “After some correspondence, ‘she’, confessed that ‘she’ actually lived in Omsk, Russia.