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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Radzivil Victoria – Krivoy Rog, Ukraine
City: Krivoy Rog
Address: Krivoy Rog, Ukraine
Asks for money, sob story about father in the hospital etc.
Raskina Olga – Kazan, Russia
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Address: 74 Zorge str, Kazan, Russia
She is different than other scammers. She uses email in the beginning only asking you your photos, then she gives you her telephone and ”cooking ” you by telephone. After some time she tells you that you are the man of her dreams and want to visit you, but her 200 Euros salary is impossible to visit you, if you do not send her the money. She says she can arrange with a relative of her working in Aeroflot cheap tickets and visa. You can read many reports for this scammer if you put in google:olga raskina,kazan,russia. Please add her in your scammer list
Raschupkina Tatyana – Novosibirsk, Russia
Address: Novosibirsk, Russia
I send her 2 times 200 dollars by a W U transfer,21st September : MTCN: 926-071-2957, 2nd of October: MTCN = 008-152-0961. I will ad al the pictures she send me from which 2 are her passport and fake visa she put together for her to make me believe she was coming to see me..
Repina, Tamara – Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia
Address: street Kirov 38-90. City of Yuzhno-Sahalinsk, Russia, 693020
Initiates the contact herself through popular online personals Calling there self Tamara, she said she was replying to a personal. THE IP address comes back to Moscow after checking the island she lives on it is supplied with a satellite up link to Moscow but the list of IP numbers she used returns to a dial up account in Moscow. Eventually she asks for money
Reulet Tatyana – Chisinau, Moldova
Address: Chisinau, Moldova
Scammer Tatyana Reulet claims to be a programmer and asks money in advance, then accident happens and she disappears with the money. Used photos of photo model Elena Abricosova.
Romanova, Valentina – Blagoveschensk, Russia
Address: Blagoveschensk, Russia
I was scam for this Russian girl, her name is Valentina Romanova 25 y/o she ask for money and try to take advantage of my situation, she only looks for some person in United States most of them who are desperate looking for a girl, for example I am a fat person I have problems with my weight and she said that I am cute, beauty I have 50 y/o something like, she is like candy, she post that she is not going to work and she is only looking for the old family values. She post some advertisements in some internet sites one is www rosebrides com under the nick vipdiva007 and in china daily, she sent me email in firstname.lastname@example.org and her telephone in her home is 416 236 4116 i think she lives in the city of Blagoveschensk, I sent her some big huge money in June 2012 and i saw again in other internet page, please don’t say my name she said that she has a lot of connections in Moscow and scary me and that is why i write you. I don’t report to the agency because I don’t want any problem.
Romaskina Nataly – Lugansk, Ukraine
Address: Lugansk, Ukraine
Repeatedly asking for money
Ryzhkova Sviatlana – Mogilev, Belarus
Address: Dimitrova 64-135, Mogilev, Belarus
Basically, Sviatlana is very deceitful and has fake romances with men. She lies about being serious regarding marriage and immigration and deceives them into getting a visitor or fiancée visa for her. She then travels to his country merely for the purpose of a very long vacation, using him for his financial resources, wasting his time, and ultimately breaking his heart. She is also unfaithful to these men during the process. In my case, she became the mistress of a married man from Hong Kong who sent her money while we were engaged. Luckily, I found out Sveta was faking from an ex-boyfriend that she had scammed by travelling to Australia on a 1-month visitor visa he had gotten her on the premise she loved him. In reality, Sveta already had another Australian boyfriend lined up in Sydney and dated him during her stay while he was working, behind his back. I discovered all this 3 months before Sveta was to fly to the USA in March 2014 with the K-1 Fiancee Visa that I had financed. Never mind all the time and money wasted romancing and vacationing with her in Berlin, Mogilev, and Kiev. I was very fortunate that Sveta’s K-1 Visa was cancelled and revoked by the US Consulate in Warsaw in time. Otherwise, she could have ruined me in many ways (accusing me of abuse, etc.) after coming to the USA. I broke off our engagement by phone while Sveta was in Singapore meeting her married lover. Strangely, her English improved dramatically during this conversation. She expressed no remorse, even after admitting her affair. I realized afterwards that she is a sociopath. At 31 years of age, Sviatlana has never established a career even though she is intelligent and has a business degree from a top Belarus university. I believe she actually prefers being a serial scammer, living off her many marks like a parasite, and wreaking havoc on their lives. In some perverse way, Sveta enjoys the pain she inflicts on men who love her. I met her on Elena’s Models.
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