A Review of the Best Russian Dating Sites

Taganskaya street 9, Moscow, 109004, Russia.

"I have some cash but it’s not enough to finish my trip. Please send me 900 US dollars and I shall finish my trip! When it write me details about the transfer"

27 Gogolia Street, Sochi, Russia.

79528299500 and 79530857638.

Attached her international passport and portion of Western union money transfer receipt, pictures and plane ticket. Obviously didn’t use plane ticket, because it was a scam. She is busy on Tagged.com and a number of different sites. Please do it to block the woman and release this warning to protect others.

She asks cash for correspondence. She wants badly to keep measuring letters, and she owes money for two weeks into the Internet club, however she though started corresponding with me only a week past. According to her the supervisor of this club kindly allowed her to write yet another time, and she promised to bring $100 in 3 days.

She request paying passport and Schengen visa and ticket. She writes very kind. She had been at Moscow airport "to journey to me" cause she told she has the Visa, but the Russian tradition will let her no pass, cause she does not have any pocket money. To reside in Germany, therefore I shipped 1200,” the habits first asks for. She ask for more cause she send a copy of her visa which was for 90 Days and they request 40,” Euros a day she told. I gave a copy of visa into the Bundespolizei for checking: They told this visa was valid for a Russian guy created 21.9.1959 and the amount of this visa was legal from 7.1.2001 until 11.2.2001.

Pestova 8 sq 10, Pyatigorsk, 357500, Russia.

I recent did a search for Russian mail-order scams and stumbled upon your website. I’m very concerned that I may be involved with someone who’s not who they claim to be. Anna contacted me through Match.com. She put me on her "Favorites" on Match.com I afterwards discovered she had two profiles going at once. I advised Match.com about 10 days ago, but have heard nothing from them. She claims to be 30 decades old and no children. She’d nearly always send me two pictures a day. She stated they were taken by a friend. There are a number of "red flags" which make me think twice. However, there are some things that make me wonder if she "is for real" Like a picture with someone who looks like they could be her mom. Red Flags: No phone nor access to you? She claims to have been "attach" by a guy she knew (within approximately 10-12 days of understanding her). She’s contacted a local travel agency in her hometown, however they don’t have a phone? There Company is called "Kolumb" and the major agent is Anna Konakova (Hummm?)

Apt.15. Armenia, Yerevan.

I’m single, and don’t have any children. I have my own profile adultfriendfinder.com and that is the place Tanya first contacted me. She asked me to contact her personal email address at the first message. I made the mistake of doing so. Within two weeks she had fallen in love with me and had been asking me for money for a cultural exchange program. She requested money to be sent to, Aivagyan Areg. Apt.15. Armenia,Yerevan. After thinking this was a scam I did a little research and found her photograph on another website under a different title as a known scammer. After asking her about this she sent me a mail for her new email address because she had been in Moscow getting a stamp on her passport. The speech is single russian girls mymanforever@rambler.ru. She’s contacted me since then. I reported this to adultfriendfinder.com and they remover her profile from the website.

Tatiana Akinshina and scam agency QuestWay do translation fraud.

narod.ru. Arkhangelsk, Kotlas, Kirov Street 76. Postal code 165300.

She appeared incredibly sincere. We exchanged lengthy emails almost daily for two months. I saw only minuscule red lights. Her poetic, honest, romantic character intoxicated me to trusting her.

She shared stories of how she dropped her 3 yr old brother at the age of 6. She felt awful as her mom (mum) still mourned the loss but she couldn’t hardly remember him.

Her dad mostly enjoyed "wasting" time at the backyard.

She worked as an art teacher for teenagers. Only wanting to pass the skills her mom taught her. She also shared a story of how she watched one 13 year-old student smoking a cigarette and was horrified. She complained of numerous drunken men in the streets and being very afraid.

A couple weeks later the fire department looked at her school and shut it for not fulfilling regulations. Her first time without work.

I suggested perhaps meeting in Europe six months later on. She had so fallen in love she couldn’t wait daily.

She tried to find a loan at the bank but was ineffective. Finally her retired father was able to find a portion of the expense to fly to America. I told her I had been in the middle of insolvency (true) and not able to help. I talked to the travel agency "Max Travel" (maxtravel-kotlas. Narod.ru) about penalizing her flight so I could raise capital. They said that was not possible because tickets had already been bought (Red light). I did get them to delay the flight briefly. I finally flinched and sent cash ($490) to her traveling "representative " Elena Avdeeva through Western Union.

Oksana only spoke of cash indirectly, largely focusing on love and love.

I looked at the airport for her birth. She was not there. A call to one connecting flight airline at London Hethrow didn’t reveal her to the passenger record.

Then came the frantic emails of a fearful, innocent young girl stranded without food or shelter in the big scary city of Moscow. She explained successfully getting her visa at the Moscow embassy. Only to be stopped by customs while attempting to board the plane. She had to demonstrate evidence of getting $3000 to journey with a tourist visa (authentic I now think – this IS a necessity ).

Her following emails became tattered and frenzied. I offered to get her a nights hotel stay and a train ticket back home. I told her to have a Western Union agent email me with instructions. She replied that the agent has no information to send me. After hunting pictures I found her picture under a different name and town. She had been good. And I foolish.

Fortunately no more cash was sent. I’m convinced I blew apprehending her once I replied to her email with "I grabbed you". I only hope my faith in the goodness of people is not severely damaged.

I’d follow up with a final ill-spirited message announcing that unkind, soul-less people belong in prison.

After researching antiscam documents, I discovered that the tales for "Oksana Alekseeva, Kotlas, Russia" and "Elena Awdeeva, Gryazovets, Russia" were nearly exact, word-for-word, identical experiences to my own. If you are reading this now, I would take the opportunity to read the following stories. I will note the few exceptions in my personal narrative.

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