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We wrote each other for about 7/8 months and she scammed me for 100$ pretexting she wanted to learn my language.She sounded very bubbly but clean: home adress, phone number, parents who hanged on the phone, and spoke good English and and some German - she presented herself as a language student in English/German.THERE HAVE DEFINETLY BEEN SOME STRANGE THINGS GOING ON THIS WEEK AND I AM NOT YET SURE WHERE THE TRUTH LIES.

Also though I found the story not 100% reliable, and with some difficulties I made I transferred 550$ in 2 times, one to help her out of some debts, the second time for her travel costs. Before I left to Southern Africa, I paid the 350$, doubting because I was not sure and I didn’t receive everything that I asked for. But I observe that there is a organized business of relationships fraud going on on which some people (especially in Russia) live from. Second clue is that the picture is grainy and stretched, obviously cropped from another, smaller image, and resized to fit the space in the passport. The coordinates she may use for requesting money transfer is: Country: Ukraine, city: Odessa, name: Inna Chiliyants.

It is also stupid of me, because I asked for some proof (like travel papers and advance payment), which I didn’t receive. She may use her friend's phone number The fist letter what will be very serious,because talk about money and my trip!

I have had a contact with Diana Drozdova ([email protected]) for about 2 month. I sent it 30 december 2003 by the "Western Union" - system.

The contact was very good and very promising until she asked if I could help her with 280 dollars. Over the last year she took a trip to the United States, enough money to live well on, a diamond ring, and a fur coat from me under the pretense of being engaged, planning to come here to marry, while she was seeing several other men, taking money and jewelry, and proposing marriage to them.

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