Her email and phone number were there for a year, so of course she was guilty.After I confronted her she took her bio off the sites.2.I feel like such a fool to be deceived and mislead by a Russian woman who claims she wants to marry me.I have attached: I would appreciate it if you would notify the Russian police authorities of this financial scam crime committed against me.I will notify the United States Secret Service foreign office that investigates financial fraud committed against Americans internationally.I as am glad to that that you want as well as I by ours with you of meeting.I have the pics anyway if yu can't access the website, which is listed in scamming websites as a website collecting money for tours which didn't take place with fake girls (probably models). First clue is that the red curvy lines on the left of the photograph should continue on the photo itself.
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.
YES, I KNOW THIS WOMAN SHE IS MY FIANCE, YANA CHIRUKHINA FROM ZAPOROZHYE, UKRAINE.
THERE HAVE DEFINETLY BEEN SOME STRANGE THINGS GOING ON THIS WEEK AND I AM NOT YET SURE WHERE THE TRUTH LIES.
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.
When I found her listed on 5 dating sites in November, she denied any knowledge and said a friend who had her email password must have been involved.