Well, I'm having an interesting time communicating with my spammer. The pictures he's sending me are hot. Two messages ago she (he) asked me for a picture of me. So I sent a picture I took two weeks ago at a beach in SanDiego with two girls in bikinis who were both easily as hot as 'Valeriya'.
Even if she was real, I'd be glad to visit Russia and meet her, but not a chance would I pay for her visa to come here without totally having a great time with her there first! Unfortunately, though I've sent 7-8 e-mails each back and forth, I haven't gotten any requests for money. I'm thinking it's because I'm too dis-interested sounding. So I'm going to pretend to be more emotional and infatuated in my next message. I'll see if this speeds up the money request.
By the way, I can't believe any of you guys would even consider sending money, or even that you would let your emotions go nuts like that! Please do yourselves a favor. Start going to bookstores, coffee shops, church, whatever to get around REAL people. Then go get a membership to the gym, start working out instead of eating pizza and living on your computer! In other words... get a life! I don't mean this mean, it is the same thing I have been choosing to do, and it's worth the effort! Do it. You can change.
By the way here's a pic of the cutie who will no doubt ask for money soon. Diff pic but same girl I've seen in some of the other pic's. Too bad she's not really the one sending the scam messages. I'd really love to mess with her more, but It's probably just some dude. Maybe they'll start actually READING my e-mails after their money request. We'll see.
anonymous from Dominican Republic
hello, now her name is Olga, at least that is what i got, and seems like she/he or whatever have changed the email address, the address is email@example.com, hope its helpful.
anonymous from United States
Ha! This shit is friggin hilarious!! I googled the email address of some wacked Rusky chick giving me some line about how I'm the one, she's lucky to have found me, blah, blah, blah. I knew it was spam from the get-go so I decided to have some fun with it. Right now this chick (or dude) thinks I'm an Architect that has been living in hotel near the airport waiting for her beckon call to pick her ass up from the airport, stack of twenties in one hand and my pud in the other! It took a few emails to hook into the whole desparation thing, but what else do I have to do on my lunch break, right? At least the pics she (he) sent me are a little different than ones sent to the rest of you. She's now a 19 year old brunette, with a really nice rack though I might add.
I'm having a pretty good laugh with this.
Marina Chouvashova tried to scam me though I constantly told her that I was married the email messages continued and when it came to her asking for money I used a password generator to make up a fake Western Union number.
Haven't heard from her since, really don't expect to.
One things for sure, not too bright I tracked her email messages from an ISP in Amsterdam, Netherlands to an ISP in Moscow, Russia obviously using a proxy server to throw potential victims of tracking her location.
Still can be done though by using triangulation through what is known about her, i'm thinking of contacting the ISP's and explain what has been going on.
They may not be aware of the situation, in some way someone should report her to the authorities.
Cute but deadly, I doubt she would be able to enter the US or Australia, the passports are definitely fake.
Keywords: Dating Scammer Elena Djachkova, Marina Chouvashova, Marina Sirotina, Natasha/Natalie or Ludymila Moskvina