Russian Scammers and Russian Scams
Hundreds of Russian scammers according to last name in alphabetical order and detail about the Russian scam. We publish detail information about the Russian scam and Russian scammer photos used in the scam. These pages also include scammers from the Ukraine and other former Soviet countries involved in dating fraud. Different photos may be used for the same name or the same set of photos may be used under different names. In general Russian scammers are not the people on the photos, but someone else pretend to be the person on the photos. Russian scammers are dating criminals defrauding people when vulnerable. Russian scammers are exposed on these pages!
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Kabachkov Elena – Yoshkar-Ola, Russia
Address: Yoshkar-Ola, 424000, Russia
She wanted me to paid for the translation of her letters, private English lessons and I also paid for gifts, books and tickets. She did not want me to have any information about her like address and phone number but I did get a picture of her passport where her birthday was the 20.04.1980. I found her private personal profile on vk.com and her birthday was stated as 20.04.1986. She also said that she did not have a computer at home or at work but I could see on her profile that she did post messages many times every week late at night. I got afraid and I goggled her name and I found a lot of scam reports on her and one as late as the 24.04.2012. She was working together with Nicebride.com and they have scammed me for over 90.000 Rubles over 6 months. I paid Nicebride.com with Paypal, so I hope that I can get my money back because of the scam. I have contacted the Russian Embassy in Denmark and hope that they will do something to end the agency Nicebride and Elena.
Kadasevich Victoria – Minsk, Belarus
Address: Kadasevich Victoria – Minsk, Belarus
HTML clipboard I sent 160 Euros for Victoria Kadasevich’s visa and she disappeared. I let it go but she tried the same scam again with me and that made me report her now. She obviously forgot about scamming me the first time. She also uses email: firstname.lastname@example.org and her number I/was +375291654584. She is from Minsk. I also have her passport and copy of the western union payment.
Kamaleeva Lenara – Yoshkar-Ola, Russia
City: Samara, Yoshkar-Ola, Cheboksary
Address: House#60b, apt# 3, Lebediba St., Samara, Russia
Lenara is the same scammer as Ekaterina Strelkova and Elena Ivanova, use different names to collect Money at Western Union.
Kamaletdinova Ekaterina (Kate) – Samara, Russia
Address: 41 Osipenko St, Samara, Russia
Kate contacted me first through Christian Mingle. She requested my personal email address in her first communication with me. She showed a Henderson, Nevada location. He profile was pulled the next day. I called CM and they said they pulled her off for violating the rules, but wouldn’t give details. I told them what I knew and they said it was probably a scam. I researched dating scams and decided to see how far this would go. The first ‘Red Flag’ was that she represented herself as living in Henderson, NV and got kicked off the site. #2 was that a good look’n 43 year old was instantly in Love with a 64 year old guy. When she asked me for airfare money I told her that I am flat broke because of my divorce and would reimburse her over time for her expenses once she arrived here. I haven’t heard anything since.
Kazacova Olga – Rostov On Don, Russia
City: Rostov On Don
Address: Rostov On Don, 344002, Russia
This girl is heartless. First wanted to make me believe that she gave money to her girlfriend that has a sick child and in the same letter ask for money for plane tickets to apparently to be with me. How low can one go in life.
Kameneva Viktoriya – Dimitrovgrad, Russia
Email: email@example.com, VIKTORY_KAM@YAHOO.COM
Address: Dimitrovgrad, Ulyanovsk Oblast, Russia
I have been scammed for a passport and airline ticket scam by a scammer named VIKTORIYA and OKSANA ZAKHAROVA. The scammer[s] names VIKTORIYA KAMENEVA. VIKTORIYA was the writer of the scam letters and OKSANA ZAKHAROVA was the mule where I sent the money to.
Kamarova Anastazjia – Perm, Russia
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Address: 614000 Perm / Okulova, House 7 / Apartment 20
I found a nice looking young Russian woman on RussianCupid.com, she was 31 years of age and sent me many love letters by email for about three months. She reported problems with her yahoo-email and changed to permsk.com. During the last weeks she did not want to have any longer email contact as she wanted direct contact through ICQ. I registered with RussianCupid under André, but I wrote her also my real name, only to tell her that I preferred to be called André. I received about 50 of her photos and she wrote me that she studied Russian Literature and received a teacher’s degree. But due to the fact that teacher in Russia received a very low salary, she wrote me that she was employed at Zara’s in Perm. Her mother lived at the country side about 50 kilometres away from Perm and that she spent most weekends with her. As she had no internet access there, I did not receive any mails from Friday to Sunday. I will only attach some of her photos she sent to me by email. Her last contact on ICQ was to tell me that she could pay 195 Euros and she asked me to send her the rest necessary to pay for her passport, visa and flight to Germany. Her mails were mostly in Russian and I had to translate them, a few were in English an the very first one was even in German. Her last chat with me on ICQ (Russian Chats) was that she had taken a three months holiday and that she needed the rest money for the trip urgently. Everything would be organized by her travel agent. When I told her that I did not have enough money to pay pay for the rest, she got very angry and insulted me. It was clear to me that she only wanted to get the money and that she would never come to Germany at all. I never heard from her again and emails I wrote to her were returned to me.
Karaicheva Valentina – Stakhanov, Ukraine
Address: Stakhanov, Ukraine
I found her on singlesalad.com but if you search for her name she has profiles on multiple sites. She is using pictures that belong to the playmate Shera Bechard. She started with asking for money for help with communication costs, she was hoping for a laptop but ok with a smaller amount. Over the course of two months I spoke with her on the phone, on the webcam and we exchanged letters almost daily. On the webcam the image was somewhat blurry. I wondered if she looked a little different from the photos but wasn’t overly concerned until I started to feel she was preparing me for a larger request. I had sent her 200, I spent some more time trying to research her pictures/profile and discovered that they belonged to Shera Bechard. She represented herself as currently working as a waitress and I think this and various other things she told me may in fact be true. Her English is fairly good and I think her reactions to my questions and discussions about her life were to natural to be a complete fabrication. I am assuming that she is being manipulated by other people who are involved.
Karas Nina – Nikolaev, Ukraine
Address: Nikolaev, Ukraine
Nina Karas is very sophisticated scammer. She tells heartbreaking story and that I am the most special person in her life and her last hope. I believed her. She left me heart broken and cleared bank account, couple hundred dollars less!
Karem Fatima – Samara, Russia aka Yuliana Kalnyk
Address: 149 Tashkanskaya, Samara, Russia
She has asked me to send money for applying visa and I sent 500 USD but she start lying that she got visa and coming to my country. All story was a scam because I sent amount and she is not talking to me nor replying for my email.
Karnaushenko Lyudmila – Kremenchug, Ukraine
Address: Karla Marksa street 24/40, fl.40, Kremenchug, Ukraine
Scam ring scam money for correspondence.
Karnaushenko Marina – Kremenchug, Ukraine
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Address: 1905 str., 4-40, Kremenchug, Poltava area, Ukraine
Part of group of scammers from Kremenchug, Ukraine. Marina Karnaushenko, address still the same and scam money for correspondence.
Karpishko Elena – Nikolaev, Ukraine
She starts very sexually suggestive correspondence, asks money for photos that she’ll take just for me and disappears after receiving money.
Karpov Aleksandr – Gorodets, Russia
Address: Piskunova Street 28, Gorodets, 606505, Russia
“Hello my darling. I just got your letter and I have realized that I am falling… Does everything finished? Please, please, don’t tell not wight away. I do love you and I will not survive if I loose chance to be together. Forgive my unexperience, I had to find out everything before acting but it is too late now.. I had to come in Moscow and find out before signing contract.. I investment so much money in this process and I will loose them. I put close to 700 US dollars in visa process. This is so much money for me and I decided to spend them because I love you and you are much more important for me then any money. I paid 360 US dollars and 300 US I had to pay for trip to Moscow and living there.. It is Moscow and life is very expensive here. I am very upset if it was in no purpose…. My father made impossible for us. He wanted to buy new refrigerator, we have old one without freezing room but he decided that it can wait… He was glad that he could help us, he told that will make everything to help us being together because I love you.. I wish I could contact to parents to ask help. I would never ask you because I know money is tight for you now and I spend everything in my own . I hope you appreciate that and don’t think I want to put everything on your shoulders… Embassy require round trip ticket but as soon as we are together we will sell back ticket and return half money. I am very alone and lonely here and I don’t have anyone but you….. It is much more harder for me now because I don’t have anything to do. I am taking medical exam and getting lessons in Agency. I wish I could know about tickets before. I told that main Agency is in Moscow and I could know about that just here. Do you think I am fool? Am I fool because I want to be with you? I do love you and I am very sad now.. I can’t wait with tickets. Next week I will finish medical exam and will have date of Interview in Embassy. I will refuse visa without tickets and it makes me cry.. Please, please, please, don’t refuse me! Please, try to borrow, try to loan, please, try to make something! If I could have chance to contact to family I could try to make something, even if I had to loan house. I love you and I wanted to make all better… If you were here in my place you would understand everything.. I am ready to scream about helpless, I am lonely here, very lonely and you are the only who I can talk. Please, please, please don’t refuse me. I love you and I will not survive to be alone.. If I get refused it will much more harder for me to get visa next time. This Agency will not work with me. When I come to the Agency they asked me if I was in prison and if I was refused in visa. I have not had both and now I have great chance to get visa. being refused I will loose chance to get visa. It is possible in theory but almost impossible in practice. I will have to pay again for Agency service and I don’t know if it will successes.. I better go, there are many people here and I don’t want someone see at me in this condition.”
Kaschevskaja Inna – Kogalym, Russia
Address: Sibirskaya 4. appt 25, Kogalym, 628485, Russia
Not much, its been 3 weeks, 3 emails a week, suspicious from the start, now she ask for money for plane ticket and well, I haven’t give her any (or him..). Now she (they) sent me bank account numbers.
Beneficiary: PETROV IGOR SERGEEVICH
Account of beneficiary: 40817840502790001090
Intermediary: JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A., NEW YORK, NY, US,
Account With Institution: AVANGARD BANK, MOSCOW, RU
Address: 115035, Moscow, ul. Sadovnicheskaya, 12, str. 1
Khisamova Alina – Izhevsk, Russia
Address: Lenina Street, 36 ap 13, Izhevsk, Russia
This girl hurts my feelings and tried to rob me. She has several different names and profile. This story needs to be published before another man is stolen from! She wanted money for visa and plane ticket to come to my county.
Kirovinca Elena – Kirov, Russia
Address: Kirov, Russia
Elena contacted me and said she saw my profile on a dating site. She apologized for writing me without permission, but she is looking for love and if am looking for the same thing then maybe I would like to get to know her better. She claimed she was either a dental surgeon or an assistant to one. Every time I tried to clarify exact what she does, she would ignore my question. She told me of her childhood and how she has a brother that she doesn’t talk to that much. She spoke of her best friend, Marina. We sent emails daily for over 3 months. I told her early on that if the relationship progressed that I would never send her any money so, don’t ask for any. She assured me that if it came to the point where she would want to meet me, she would be able to pay for everything herself. I didn’t take her but two weeks to start professing her love for me but when I did not respond in kind she kinda back off of the love talk and just spoke of how close she felt we were becoming. Eventually she asked me if I would like to meet and I said yes. I gave her my name, address and phone number. She said she will pay for everything and let me know once she is on her way. She never once asked me for any money. Then I ran across this website of antiscam.org and read all of the stories here. That same evening that I found this website, Elena wrote me and used one of the storylines that I had read on the website. She claimed that she was short cash for the plane ticket and after hours of begging, the ticket agent let her make a partial payment with the balance due in 12 hours. She spoke of her disappointment in herself and her reluctance to ask me for help, but she finally did. She said I started to call you, but I did not want you to be angry with me so I wrote this email instead…(lol, wow really?). She asked for an amount in the mid $700 range for the balance of the plane ticket. I did not send her anything. If I had not read the same scam routine on antiscam.org, I might have sent the money. Instead, I wrote her a letter telling her that she hasn’t tried hard enough and if she really wants to come see me she wont make excuses, she will get the money. I suspect after that letter, I won’t be hearing from her anymore. Thank you antiscam.org and all those who shared their experiences.
Kirsanova Kristina – Simferopol, Ukraine
Address: Simferopol, Ukraine
This is not your typical scammer. Fine line of a gold digger and scammer, do not asking directly for money but asking for expensive presents all the time.
Kiseleva Anna – Omsk, Russia
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, Nemtsava@ochakovo.net
Address: Russia, 644099, Omsk, glavpochtamt,do- vostrebovanija
Kiseleva Yuliya – Shatovka, Russia
Address: Shkolnaya 2 to 10, Nigegorodskaya region, Shatovka, Russia
Said she loved me and asked me to sent her money for her plane fight…used a fraudulent passport number and a visa number issued to someone in another country……aka …..Julia works as a cook in a restaurant.
Kislova Ekaterina – Krasnokamsk, Russia Federation
Address: Russia,617060, Krasnokamsk, Volodarsky street 34-12
I met “Ekaterina Kislova” through Match.com. I had just started my account and was not aware of the potential scams. “Her” ID on Match.com was “Riverdaleld” and claimed to live in a suburb of Atlanta until “she” told me that the actually city was in Russia. Once we made contact on Match the account used by “Ekaterina” was canceled. Her one and only message from Match contained the email address we would communicate with: firstname.lastname@example.org. At first the conversation seemed legit because my questions were answered for the most part. However, “she” kept on saying that she could not do a video chat or did not have a phone number…hard to believe. We communicated for almost two weeks and shared several emails. I read suggestions Russianscam.org which helped me identify this as a scam. I set up a fake email account and got the same introductory letter I received on my real email account. On my fake account, I told “her” that I was going to report “her” as a scam. Even then I received an additional email (lol).
According to the IP information for 22.214.171.124 she is form Leninsky prospekt, 12, Yoshkar-Ola, Russia, 424000 and phone number +7 (8362) 30-40-70
Kislova Elena – Kiev, Ukraine
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Kiev, Ukraine
Elcom marriage agency AKA Endor marriage agency and Elena Kislova does not exist. Agencies downloaded photo of model from the Internet and use it on the website to lure clients. Start off with asking money for translations for non existing girls.
Klementeva Elena – Cheboksary, Russia
Address: 4/66 Suvorova street, Cheboksary, 424006, Russia
Disgusting, callous and brazen scam. Other names used are Julia Romanova and Irena Akreeva. Asking and money for Internet Cafe, regular mail visa and tickets.
Klementeva Olga – Cheboksary, Russia
Address: Lenina 31, Cheboksary, 428000, Russia
HTML clipboard This lady called is 29 years young and lives in Cheboksary, Russia. She wanted to come to the my country, but only I was only allowed to buy a plane ticket through the travel agency that she recommend. I wanted to buy E-ticket but that was not acceptable. We corresponded for three months but said that she will not be able to visit me if I do not buy the plane ticket through the travel agent that she recommend.
Kolbanya Mariya – Kinel, Russia
Address: Zolinskaya street 27a, Samara Oblast, Kinel, Russia
This Mariya something or others has been emailing for the last few weeks. I’ve been playing along to see what the scam is. She tells me that she needs to buy a ticket to come to the US and she did. But now she says it has to be round trip and if I can send her $600. Its funny she wants me to mail the money to her travel agent Svetlana Plotnikova, at st Chkalovskaya 67 flat 12, Russia.
Kolesnikova, Maria – Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
City: Nizhny Novgorod
Address: Street October 35, Nizhny Novgorod, 603005, Russia
I’m not worried about getting my money back, I just thought I’d pass on what details I had, and you can pass it on to whoever you think needs to or cares to know about it. So I had met only briefly met a girl on a dating website, in fact she emailed me first, and after about 2 months she asked me for money for cost of her visa and tickets to Australia. So not being completely stupid, and slightly hesitant, I got her to send me a picture of her with something written on it like “I love you”, so I know it was definitely her pictures that she had been sending me. I also looked on all the Russian black list dating scam websites, and did not find anything that matched any details she had given me. So I sent her 1300 dollars that she needed. I had also email the travel agent she was using to find out more details. so onwards through correspondence she had told me that she had travelled to Moscow where she had to pick up her visa and next day board the plane. But then she said she was told that she would have to show 2500 dollars to prove what money she was to live on in Australia. I told her there was no way I could come up with that money. She then a day later said she had spoken to customs and they would let her through with only showing 1000 dollars so that sounded a bit suspicious. So I spoke to the Australian embassy in Russia and was told there was no record of her applying for a visa. So wanting to get some more info out of her I had her send a copy of her Passport. Thinking a scammer wouldn’t be silly enough to do that, but she did, whether or not its fake, you guys might still be able to track it. Then when I told her that I couldn’t send that 1000 dollars I haven’t heard from her since. So I’ll pass on what details I have to you and you can do with them what you sill.
Komisarova Alice – Samara, Russia
Address: Lenin st. 12-34, Samara, 236549, Russia
She becomes a victim of sudden accident and desperately needs financial help. She writes that decided to appeal to me because she liked me so much and all her hope is in me. She states that she need no one else than you. I am sure that I am not the only one who receive emails.
Kondrusova Olga – Lugansk, Ukraine
Email: Kondrusova@hotpop.com, email@example.com
Address: Lugansk, Ukraine
Olga agency Temp scam for translation money.
Korableva Nadezhda (Nadya) – Saratov, Russia
Address: Saratov, Russia
She uses photos of model Marina Maslennikova.
Korosteleva Yuliya – Kirs, Russia
Address: Kirs, Russia
Was contacted on Match.com, first red flag was that she was 27, I am 48. Of course that did not matter to her/him (who ever?). Claimed to be a music teacher in Kirs, Russia. Asked a lot of question at first about job, family and desires. Answered most questions but not all, claimed she did not have a phone but would have one soon. Sent multiple pictures including ones she claimed was her mother, father and friend. Claimed her father was in the Russia military and was killed in Afghanistan when she was 3 years old. Played the I love you card in 2 weeks and was making arrangements to travel to the US. Then sent the forgive email didn’t realize how much it would cost. Then when asked they had an itemized list. Never directly asked for money yet but need $850 to obtain VISA. After tracking IP discover she was using theBat email client with yahoo mail.
Korotkova Anna – Saratov, Russia
Address: ul. Tomskaya d 15, kv 25, Saratov, Saratovskaya, 410049, Russian Federation
I recently met a girl Anna Korotkova from Saratov Russia, she contacted me a few months ago saw my profile on Facebook, we have sent letters back and forth for about three months until recently she asked for 500 euros to go to Moscow to get visa to come to the USA. I told her I could not do it and she went mad, I never hear from her again everything was fine until I refused to send money. I want to report her so that the next man she contacts knows her story.
Koryagina Irina – Samara, Russia
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, New email email@example.com
Address: Russia, Samara, 443035, Nagornaya Street124-42
Typical visa scam. Currently she is listed on Friend Finder and contacts men.
Korystova Helen – Salavat, Russia
Country: Bashkortostan, Russia
Email: Helen9991@yandex.ru, firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Pervomaiskaja 29/16-11, Salavat, 453261, Russia
Asking for money and was sent with Western Union to Helen.
Korzhina Elena – Yoshkar-Ola, Russia
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, Elena2402@pochta.ws, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: street of friendship (Druzhby)77-178, 424039, Cheboksary, Yoshkar-Ola, Russia
Kostareva Olga – Pskov, Russia
Address: Rokossovskogo 13, Pskov,180024, Russia
I though I have found my great love when I met Olga Kostareva from Russia. It was a new experience. She gave me her bank details and address and we corresponded for almost half a year, we wrote to us every day. She became my great love. She obtained a passport, I paid for the flight and visas. It was expensive for me. I paid € 2465.00 so that she can visit me. On the way to the airport she told me she had an accident and never board the flight. That was the last time I have heard from her, she disappeared.
Koval Svetalana – Krivoy Rog, Ukraine
City: Krivoy Rog
Address: Musorgskogo 12 – A41, Krivoy Rog, 50053, Ukraine
She doesn’t play brain games, no emotions involved and she executes her scheme quite quickly. She lets you know about her true desires and intentions in second letter. Please send me money.
Kovalchuk Viktoria – Moscow, Russia
Address: Moscow, Russia
I was talking to a girl on vk.com who kept asking for money for tuition for school, claimed she lived with her grandmother who could not help her, etc. In any event, I kept talking to “her” and tricked her and as soon as she found out that I knew she told me to fuck myself and blocked me. I reported her account to VK and am waiting on them to respond. Hopefully she doesn’t scam some poor fool into giving her money so she can “finish her degree”.
Kovalenko Alena – Pervomaysk, Ukraine
Address: Odessa Pervomaysk, Yuzhnoukrainsk, Ukraine
Asking money for urgent surgery for her father. Used photos are of model Anna Samusenko.
Kovaleva Tatiana – Kremenchuk, Ukraine
Address: Kremenchuk, Ukraine
I was in contact about a year ago through ukraineDate.com with this person. We chatted , exchanged e mail , SMS, spoke on the phone but I made the mistake not to make a Skype call to see her! She often and repeatedly hinted at making a trip or travelling together and i think this is how she is scamming people through plane tickets, visa and so on as she is in the travel business. I never paid anything though but decided to meet her and went to Kremenchug ( 300 km south of Kiev). When I first saw her at the station and she looked closer to 55 or even 60 than 35 and was completely overweight, and was also with another lady working with her, I felt the scam immediately. She was completely different from the photos she sent me!!
Kozynenko Marina – Aktau – Republic Kazakhstan
Country: Republic Kazakhstan
Address: 7 Microdistric apartman23, Aktau, 130003, Republic Kazakhstan
Unfortunately I am also scammer victim,3 months ago I got email (randivonal.hu date side) one Kazakhstan girl, who want contact me. I before never hear about scam, and I start this contact, she 1 month after falling love with me, and the story after classic visa and ticket scam. I was naive and send 300 pound the visa, she want more 700euro to ticket, this not like me because I found ticket 350 euro on net, she told me this not good because just own agency can buy ticket this point I know I am victim. I not send more money of course not hear more.
Kudriavtseva Valentina – Kazan, Russia, Kulakov Andreya – Bishkek , Kyrgyzstan
City: Kazan, Bishkek
Country: Russia, Kyrgyzstan
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Manasa 130/21, 720000, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Valentina did Visa and ticket scam. Andreya Kulakov and manager Nailya Kudrihovaof agency Lubov in Bishkek are asking money. There are no female names in FSU that is Andreya. Andrey is a male name only and Kulakov is a male surname.
Kulishova Elena – Lugansk, Ukraine
Email: email@example.com, Redspark@ukr.net
Address: Plehanova street, 55/1, Lugansk, Ukraine
Elena Kulishova and scam agency Red Spark with manager Diana Fletchenko are asking money for all types of services, but does not exist. Photos used for Elena belongs to photo model Maria.
Kurganova Olya – Petrozavodsk, Russia
Phone: + 7 8921 226 10 82
Address: Russian Federation, Republic of Karelia. Petrozavodsk, Street Marshal Meretskov, 11
Contacted me through Match.com… saying she was Swedish. Sent an email address, I responded, and found out she was Russian, a policewoman in north west Russian, asked me to use Skype, said Skype was not allowed. I was suspicious now…likewise her telephone number shouldn’t not be dialled, and she could use her phone to call me! So called me from a call box. Said Facebook was disallowed in Russia, so I knew now this was a scam, but she asked for no money but was declaring love etc. Today I received an email for a travel agent not asking for money but showing me a total of 490 Euro for expenses related to Olya visiting UK.
Kurutkina Lida (Lidiya) – Makeevka, Ukraine
Address: Makeevka, Ukraine
It is just another set of photos and new identity of serial scammer. She is using photos of models and pretty girls in order to start correspondence. Money requests in prewritten letters.
Kutorgenko Larisa – Kremenchug, Ukraine
Address: Ukraine, Poltava region, Kremenchug, Pereyaslavskaya str.46 apt.13 zip code 39601
She asks money for correspondence. She’s very convincing. Uses photos seemingly belong to different girls, letters signed by different names, questions are ignored, letters are very sugary and elated from the beginning.
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