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This is the alphabetical listing of Russian scammers and Russian agencies involved in Russian dating fraud or Russian scam. The name of the person where the money is sent is the key issue in a Russian scam, and the same Russian scammer may use different photos. Also, the same set of photos may be used under different names. Most known Russian scams appear to be run by the same few groups of Russian scammers using different names and photos. Photos used in a Russian scam do not necessarily belong to the Russian scammer, and may be simply downloaded from the Internet.

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Russian scam listings are in alphabetical order according to Last Name of Russian scammer or Russian Agency Name

A: (Aa-Al) A: (Am-Az) | B: (Ba-Bl) B: (Bm-Bz) | C: (Ca-Cl) C: (Cm-Cz) | D: (Da-Dl) D: (Dm-Dz) | E: (Ea-El) E: (Em-Ez) | F: (Fa-Fl) F: (Fm-Fz) | G: (Ga-Gl) G: (Gm-Gz) | H: (Ha-Hl) H: (Hm-Hz) | I: (Ia-Il) I: (Im-Iz) | J: (Ja-Jl) J: (Jm-Jz) | K: (Ka-Kl) K: (Km-Kz) | L: (La-Ll) L: (Lm-Lz) | M: (Ma-Ml) M: (Mm-Mz) | N: (Na-Nl) N: (Nm-Nz) | O: (Oa-Ol) O: (Om-Oz) | P: (Pa-Pl) P: (Pm-Pz) | Q | R: (Ra-Rl) R: (Rm-Rz) | S: (Sa-Sl) S: (Sm-Sz) | T: (Ta-Tl) T: (Tm-Tz) | U | V: (Va-Vl) V: (Vm-Vz) | W | X | Y | Z

D, Inna - Helsinki, Finland, Orel, Russia

Email: shac_shy@mail.ru

Details: It is the same pre-written letters, same form and style and after two letters comes the request for money by this Caprise Agency and the manager Alina Rubanova.

First reported: Robert


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Delevina, Marina - Helsinki, Finland, Orel, Russia

Phone: unknown
Address: unknown
Email: unknown

Details: Falls in love, needs money for visa and tickets.

First reported: Gary


Demakova, Ekaterina - Kazan, Rusia, 
Sumi, Ukraine

Phone: unknown
Address: unknown
Email: katerinadem@inbox.ru

Details: Falls in love, asked money for visa and tickets.

First reported: Ricky


Dementeva, Aljona - Ivanova, Russia

Address: 87-65 Petrova street, 424000, Ivanova, Russia
Email: aljonushka@mail.15

Related Contact: Elena Novikova

Details: Initiate contact through Yahoo Personals without having profiles for either of us. She tried to scam.

First reported: da-wolf


 

 

Dementyeva, Natalia (Natasha) - Yoshkar-Ola, Mari-El, Russia

Phone: no phone
Address: Natalya Dementyeva, Proxorova 22a, Apt 180, Yoshkar-ola
RUSSIA
Email: nataliyarussia@aport.ru

Details: Typical "visa and tickets" scam. Initiates the contact through a personals website, falls in love with you, wants to visit you, asks money for visa and tickets. When about to receive her visa and ticket, the travel agency she worked through "disappears".

NOTE: different pictures may be used

First reported: Gary
Second reported: Tom


Demidov, Denis - Cheboksary, Russia

Phone: no phone
Address: Apt 138Kadykova Street, 36

Details: A  23 year-old male living with parents, recently graduated from "Pedagogical Institute". After corresponding for a month, with not particularly good English and little questions answered or information given, asks for help with "visa" money to emigrate or visit you. Letters tend to be almost surrealistically romantic and make little rational sense. Asks for 350 dollars for visa costs, etc. via Western Union. Also sent one photo of city (Cheboksary) and four photos of "his pet fish".  Yes! This happens to innocent, if gullible guys looking for guys too! By the same perpetrators (it seems)!

First reported: Daniel

 

 


Demidova, Alena - Rostov, Russia

Address: Lenin Street 72-12, Rostov, Russia 664763
Ema
il: Alenastar_2004@mail.ru, alenastar@mail.ru

Details: Contacted from Yahoo Personals. I would like to say thank you very much for providing such a needed service in these times of high Internet scams..

First reported: D. York


Demidova Natasha/Natalya - Tomsk, Russia

Phone: no phone
Address:  Russia, Tomsk, 634027, Koltcevoi proezd, 39 - 34

Email: natasha_tomsk@rbcmail.ru

Details: Small talk for a few emails but avoided
answering many questions.  She says she taught a psychology class at the Tomsk Polytchnical University.  After 2 weeks, she told me she had a month long vacation in just 3 weeks and wanted to see me, asking for visa/airfare. I looked into a flight and reserved one, but she insisted it had to be done through an agency that was affiliated with her school.  We went back and forth over and I became more suspicious.  She even called and left a message, saying "we need to talk".  I demanded she send me a copy of her passport and I immediately thought she didn't look like the original photos I had of her.  Also, the seal on the passport is not embossed. There were 3 names and addresses she asked me to send money to.
Via Western Union: Natasha Demidova Russia, Tomsk, 634021, st.Lebedeva, house 65, apartment 30

Elena Sultaikina Russia, Tomsk, 634021, st.Vasileva, house 37, apartment 144 Via Bank Transfer:

Valentina Rebo Aruserva 10-9 30721 Kohtla-Jarve  Estonia Accaunt:  221021066129 Beneficiary's Bank: Hansopank  8 Liivalaia Str.  15040  Tallinn Estonia 

Beneficiary's Bank SWIFT Code: HABAEE2XThrough : Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, New-York
SWIFT Code: BKTRUS33

First reported: Her Loss
Second reported: Matthew


 

 
Derbentsova, Ekaterina - Moscow, Russia

Phone: no phone
Address:  
Email: morning_dew@gmx.net

Details: Typical "airfare scam". Initiates the contact through a personals website, wants to visit you, asks money tickets. 

First reported: Tom


Derevyashkina, Natalia (aka Elena Novikova, Svetlana Kashkova, Ekaterina Smirnova etc) - Salekhard, Russia

Phone: no phone
Address: Salekhard, North Russia

Details: Very similar to Marya Belyaeva scam. Initiates the contact herself through popular online personals in response to your ad, or by placing own ad on the same sites. Claims to be a virgin (usually 27 years old) who lives with her mother. Works as a cashier in supermarket and earns $40 per month. Informs that she can obtain visa to your country for $350 with the help of "firm" in her city, then asks for money for tickets, then for insurance. Write about her sexual dreams about you.

First reported: Anthony Patchouli

 


Derkach Iryna - Vinnytsya, Ukraine 

Phone: 00380967475788
Address: Keletska Street, House 12-A, Vinnytsya, Ukraine

Details: She asked me for money for Visa, Tickets. She visited me. When she was here, it was very important for her that she had internet. Later I found out that she had contact with more men. My warning is that after she left she had stolen jewellery and money from me. I also informed the Dutch police and FBI about this. Watch out! She comes and makes you very happy…. Later you will found out what she did….

First reported: Patrick

 


Deruybina, Anna - Kolgaym City, Russia

Agency: true.com

Details: I was contacted like many oterhs and we had a 3 month email exchange, during which shew asked for nothing (Which I don't understand). About halfway through, I told her I found her pictures on a Scammer Web Site ans she told mw that her pictures wer solen and used for no good. I forgave her and we maintained the email exchange. Then a bout two weeks a go I got an email from greenfeelings@bk.ru. It was word for word, the same text as the first. I sent "Anna" the copy of the new email and told her if I got another I would send that too. I did, and haven't heard from her since. Seems to me, that it is like a busininess. Someone should try to stop it. 
I will attach the text of the 2 letters and all the photos, including #2 woman. The letter is the same, Only the name changed from Anna to Marina.

First reported: Daniel 


Diana - Yoshkar-Ola, Russia

Phone: no phone
Address: 423003, Pervomaiskaya house 179 flat 39, Mari El, Yoshkar-Ola, Russia 
Email: Diana_mor@mail.ru

Details: The basic visa/ticket money scam.  This one fell in love by the 2nd correspondence.  Not real sophisticated so I suspect not having much luck.

First reported: Will

 

 


Dimitrova Anastasia - Odessa, Ukraine

Phone: +380635665830
Address: Odessa, Ukraine
Email: Diana_mor@mail.ru

Details: I think that I have been the victim of the restaurant and interpreter scamming scheme. We started communicating with each other after I got an invite from this girl for chat. We first met on dream-marriage, after that she moved to other site brides-in-bikini. Lately she can also be found on other sites like Anastasiadate. Correspondence lasted for 8 months with online chat and expensive video chats. At this moment there was nothing which was reason for alarm. She looked like a normal girl with sincere interests. We spoke a few times over the telephone, and I also sent some short messages to her private email, sent her a present to know that she was real. I decided that it was time for a personal meeting, so I headed to her city. To my surprise she had almost forgotten about our meeting. I had to send text message to remind her. The first meeting went well. We met at a restaurant of my choosing. After that she took over and started taking us to all the expensive restaurants in the city. Anyone who has been in Odessa knows that the prices there are steep. I had to pay for the translator and taxi for her to get home. This was all acceptable for me, until a certain point. After several meetings with interpreter I asked the girl to meet me without interpreter. Then things started to get weird. She made up several excuses not to come (being sick, having to visit a girlfriend who just delivered a baby, etc). After I insisted on meeting without translator, she sent me text message that it was all over, and that she did not want to meet anymore. Sometimes there is a fine line between being rejected and getting scammed. I believe that this was a scam scenario. The ending of the meetings was too abrupt and unexpected to be normal for me. The meetings cost me over 1500 Euro's. The chat correspondence must have cost the same amount. I do not know if this girl is paid for chatting with men. She looks very good, so she must attract a lot of possible victims. In any case I would like to warn others about this girl.

First reported: Durch 

 


Divachenko, Ludmila - Gomel, Belarus

Address: Geroev Podpolschikov St. 23/44 Gomel, Belarus
Phone: 375-232-723356 (home) 375-296-790580 (cell)
Email: divagomel@yahoo.com

Details: Met through peoplemeet.com. Started requesting money for translator by 2nd email. Met her at Gomel. Bought her new cell phone, leather, gloves, computer and got engaged. Transferd money for eye-surgery. Didn't send back the fiancé visa application forms. Found her on http://www.antiscam.net/modules.
php?name=coppermine&file=
displayimage&album=random&
cat=&pos=-336

First reported: sad and mad


Djanshieva Marina - Perm Krai, Russia

Address: Gogol Street 2, Kungur, Perm Krai, Russia
Email: marinaarxi81@mail.ru

Details: I was scammed out of $3,600 by this woman, and her supposedly probable partner. That was approximately 2 or more months ago. Now, she is back again, the exact same woman, under a different name as, Ekaterina Kotelnikowa with different contact information, and new email address, kate77ri@gmail.com and/or specialtycp@vsnl.net Here is her recent contact information that I just received from her: Her full name: Ekaterina Kotelnikowa. Her address: Russia, Perm Krai , Kungur, Gogol Street 2. I have been going along with her scam and writing back to her under a different name, Scott, and a different email address. I have been communicating with her at this present time in order to gain more information on her and her scam and expose her. I am now at this present time, at the stage where I am being asked by her to send her 530 dollars to help her with the flight travel to my country to be with me. Of course, this is just the beginning of her many more requests for me to send her my money. Been there, done that, already! This woman, and I'm sure she has a partner in these scams, needs to be stopped and prosecuted immediately before stealing anymore of other people's money.

First reported: None


 

 
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