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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

Rahmanova, Marina – Russia 

Address: Pholetarskaya #16, apt 26,Sovetskaya Gavan 664011 Russia
E-mail address: springmarina@mail.ru

Details: I sent no money thank god. I found her on your website under different name.

First reported: Tim 

 


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Rafailovna, Elena – Samara, Russia 

Postal address: claimed this was the address of her uncle Romanov K.E.
Samara, Russia
443105 Livenskaja St. 
House 26 Apartment 5
Agency: JDate.com

Details: This person was unreal. "She" was so patient with everything. She knew how to push all of the right buttons and wait patiently for things to happen naturally. We e-mailed each other everyday and after about a month, I offered to help her pay for airline tickets to fly to the U.S. to see me. She acted like she was too ashamed to accept my offer claiming that she was "raised not to accept money from other people". It took me 3 e-mails just to "convince" her to accept my help. I wired her $1200 and she claimed to purchase airline tickets and then go to Moscow to
interview for her visa. She then claimed that the
Russian Federation would not issue her a visa because she did not have the $2000 minimum required to "declare" in a bank account. She told me that this policy was to protect Russian citizens trying to leave the country without money to fend for themselves or get back home. She then claimed that she was able to borrow $900 from her bank, but still needed $1100 more
to declare. I agreed to send her another $1100 and told her that she could pay me back as soon as she meets me. Of course she never showed up at the airport and then wrote me an e-mail claiming to get mugged on the way to the airport in Moscow. Unreal. I googled "russian scam" and this was the first website that popped up. Sure enough, one of the stories on here that lists bank account details matched the bank account used in the wire transfer perfectly! I can't believe how stupid I was! She even continued to contact me afterwards.

Here is the bank account information she used to
receive the wire tranfers:

Beneficiary Bank: CBGURUMM
Account with correspondent Bank: 04413603
Name: JSC Vneshtory Bank Retail Financial Services
Address: 5 Dolgorukovskaya Street, Moscow

Beneficiary: Romanov K.E.

Beneficiary's account number: 42301840515001004367

Private transfer to telebank client: 914403

First reported: Joshua


 

 

Raschupkina Tatyana - Novosibirsk, Russia 

Address: Novosibirsk, Russia

Details: I got scammed bye a girl from Russia , Novosibirsk, by the name of Tatyana Raschupkina, 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.

First reported: Markus 

 


 

 

Raskina Olga - Kazan, Russia

Address: 74 Zorge str, Kazan, Russia
Email: rancy@mail.ru and rancy@rambler.ru
Phone: +79172880251

Details: 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. 

First reported: Chris

 


 

 

Raupova, Elena/Florena26- Magadan

Phone: no phone
Address:  

Details: Says she works selling cosmetics and lives with her mom. Says she can obtain visa to visit and asks for money to help pay for airfare.

First reported: B.M.

Please note: The photos used belong to a Russian model and seem to be downloaded from the Internet. The woman on the photo is not a part of the scam, has a different name and lives in a different city.

Second  reported:
J.


 

 

Raupova, Tanya - Yoshkar Ola, Russia 

E-mail address: genya-428@rambler.ru 

Details: Requested money for tickets and visa

First reported: T


 

 

Rebakova/Ribakova, Olga - Yoshkar-Ola, Russia aka Valechka, Valentina/Valya - Cheboksary, Russia aka Anna - Yoshkar-Ola, Russia 

Postal address: Yoshkar-Ola, Komunisticheskaya st. 24, pa 89. state Mariy El
E-mail address: olgalove801@rambler.ru
Nickname: olgalovely
Agency: webinlove.com


Details: I started coresponding with one that was nicknamed "olgalovely" who's supposely real name was Olga Rebakova. Then when she asked me money to get papers done changed to Ribakova. I was coreesponding with her and at the same time, in the beginning, I was chatting with another girl, met on the same website, called Anna (lovely80). Olga once asked me if I was corresponding with another woman. After telling her that I was, Anna stopped corresponding with me. She never wrote back to me.. I think that it is the same person writing, that's why she wanted me to stop. When Olga quit our relation, because I was asking too many questions and I wasn't sending money, another russian girl wrote to me. Her name was Valentina. After a couple of letters, she made a mistake and sent me twice the same message. She even forgot to fill the blanks there was on her template I should say....

First reported: Roy 


 

 

Rechkina, Vasilina - Zelenodolsk, Russia

Phone: no phone
Address:  89-67, Mayskaya street, Zelenodolsk city, Tatarstan, Russia 420076
Email: vasilina-001@yandex.ru 

Details: Vasilina initiated contact with me after I signed up with Absolute Agency. I ran a Google on Vasilina / Zelenodolsk (I did not have her last name at this time) and immediately found a report about her. Her first few letters varied somewhat from those she wrote to the other men, but there were bits and pieces that were the same.

First reported: Not Nyet Stupid


 

 

Red'kina, Elena - Orsk city, Russia

Phone: no phone
Address:  Stanislavskogo st. 86 apt. 12. Orenburgskaya oblast', Orsk city, Russia 462403

Details: Scammer from Russia initiated contact, falls in love immediately and had no phone number and used fake pictures. Also she ask money for passport, visa, application, medical certificate, insurance, tickets to come and marry you.

First reported: Bret

 


 

 

Rekus, Yulia - Kremenchug, Ukraine

Phone: no phone
Address:  Pervomajskaya street, 39 , Section 6 apprt. 6 Kremenchug - town,Ukraine, 39600

Email: jyliya@ukrpost.net 

Details: Says she is poor, has no money for food, claims she loves you and wants you to pay for your correspondence.

First reported: S.H.

 


 

 

Repina, Tamara - Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia

Phone: no phone
Address: street Kirov 38-90. City of Yuzhno-Sahalinsk, Russia, 693020

Details: 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

First reported: Ralph


 

 

Repka, Yana Vladimirovna (aka Yana Repka Kvartal) - Lugansk, Ukraine

Phone (real): 0642 47 89 77
Phone (fake): 38 0642 61 38 23 and 38 050 55 444 27
Address (real): 39/206 30 Let Pobedi Street,
Lugansk

Address (fake):
Yakira 3/117 Lugansk Ukraine
Email:
suflowergirl@ukr.net

Details: Initiated contact. After the 12th letter Yana began inviting to Lugansk, Ukraine. Yana was very glad about my visit and began Vladimirovna offering me to use LuganskRental’s service www.luganskrental.com. The agency and Yana Repka has the same IP address. The agency doesn't have a permit or licence to occupy yet.

First reported: John


 

 

Reshetnikova, Anastasya - Youshkar-Ola, Russia

Address: 42400

Details: Typical scam. She doesn't exist and scam for a lot of money to come and visit you.

First reported: Steve

 


 

 

Reshetnikova, Darja – Russia

Details: Spam of scam attempt: over 4 months 

First reported: Peter


 

 

Reshnikova, Anna - Lugansk, Ukraine

Email: reshetnikova@vega.cci.lg.ua

Address: Tuhachevskogo street 1/19, Lugansk, Ukraine

Details: Requests $400 to help pay for her tuition at school.

First reported: S.H.


 

 

Revtova, Elena - Ekaterinburg, Russa

Email: elena4girl@bk.ru, star777girl@yandex.ru or winter777sun@yahoo.com

Details: Initiates contact herself through YAHOO! personals a U.S. dating service. Very convincing scammer. She wishes to come to US and prepared to come. She requested money for all together US$2000. Never heard back from her after.

First reported: Brandon
Second reported: John USA


 

 

Rez'ko, Irina - Perm, Russia

Phone: no phone
Address:  

Details: Initiates the contact herself through popular online personals. Proclaims her undying love for you and eventually she asks for money for visa and airfare.

First reported: Mark


 

 

Ribakova, Anna (aka Anna Busyigina) - St. Petersburg, Russia

Phone: no phone
Address: Street Narodnaya, House 71 Apt 48, St Petersburg Russia 198231
Email: annafish@mail.ru, annakisscool123@inbox.ru

Details: Found her on Datadate. She didn't give her phone number. She sent me about half a dozen emails, and in the last one, she told me she was in love with me and hinted that she wanted to visit me. Airline tickets and visa scams.

First reported: Scamhunter
Second reported: John
Third reported: Scott


 

 

Ribakova/Rebakova, Olga - Yoshkar-Ola, Russia aka Valechka, Valentina/Valya - Cheboksary, Russia aka Anna - Yoshkar-Ola, Russia 

Postal address: Yoshkar-Ola, Komunisticheskaya st. 24, pa 89. state Mariy El
E-mail address: olgalove801@rambler.ru
Nickname: olgalovely
Agency: webinlove.com


Details: I started coresponding with one that was nicknamed "olgalovely" who's supposely real name was Olga Rebakova. Then when she asked me money to get papers done changed to Ribakova. I was coreesponding with her and at the same time, in the beginning, I was chatting with another girl, met on the same website, called Anna (lovely80). Olga once asked me if I was corresponding with another woman. After telling her that I was, Anna stopped corresponding with me. She never wrote back to me.. I think that it is the same person writing, that's why she wanted me to stop. When Olga quit our relation, because I was asking too many questions and I wasn't sending money, another russian girl wrote to me. Her name was Valentina. After a couple of letters, she made a mistake and sent me twice the same message. She even forgot to fill the blanks there was on her template I should say....

First reported: Roy 


 

 

Rina (Short for Irina) – Izhevsk, Russia 

Postal address: Unknown
Phone number: unknown
Agency: SingleParent.com
E-mail addresses: rinusechek@yahoo.com and olga222222222222@mail.ru 

Details: I originally sent her a flirt message thinking she was from West Virginia. Within a few message I found that she was from Russia. She said that she indicated that she was from West Virginia because the site would not allow Russian profiles. She went on in her messages saying that she was a school teacher, never married, living with parents. I even received a fake email from who was suppose to be her mother. She stated that Rina was hurt in a previous relationship and wanted to know my intentions. Everything seemed legit, then she asked for money to pay for a plane ticket. That was my first Red Flag. I initially, with caution said I would help pay, I indicated that I would pay the money directly to the travel agency. She came up with an excuse stating that they only except cash and that I would have to Western Union her the money. That was the second Red Flag. I then conducted a search on sites such as this. I found the information on another site that listed previously used email addresses. Sure enough, her email address and her supposed mothers email address was listed on the site. Watch out for this one!!! The email addresses to watch out for are: rinusechek@yahoo.com and olga222222222222@mail.ru 

First reported: Jamie 


 

 

Rings Marriage Agency - Lugansk, Ukraine

Address 1: 91000 Ukraine, Lugansk region, Lugansk, Lomonosov street, 98.

Address 2: 93400 Ukraine, Lugansk region, Severodontesk, Partizanskaya street, 8.

Email:
Marriage agency "Rings", rings@fromru.com, 
http://ringsco.mega.net.kg 

Manager: Mikhail Osipov

Details:  http://ringsco.mega.net.kg say to be in business since 4 years and now in 3 cities in Ukraine. They have no adress, no phone number, no name of a responsible person. The only name is whom to make the Western Union payments payable to: Mikhail Osipov. Impossible to transfer the money in the name of the lady, as she does not exist in reallity. Some of their profiles of girls are already known as having abused many men. This agency barely answers to any question, or give out unexisting adresses in Ukraine. In fact the only place you can find them is on the net. 

First reported: George

 


 

 

Riyna aka Anna/Nadezhda/Svetlana – Russia 

Postal address: Russian Federation, street Lenina 85, apartment 69
E-mail addresses: mailfrromme@yahoo.com, lapochka006@yahoo.com

Details: she found me, says through a penpal site i went on, BUT i canceled that account 6 months ago? that made me question er right there as being odd. then she mentioned about "me asking her to come to us" which i found odd, i never did, so i knew she was bringing it up in a starnge way, odd...then i had a gut feeling to look under scam sites, found her photo, then info anbout her scamming allot of people under tons of names. she still dont know im aware, and its
the 5th letter now, shes now starting to bring up money things, so its coming!

found her on:
http://www.anti-scam.org/cgi-bin/scamers-info
/comments.cgi?view=1190

First reported: Joe


 

 
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