Scammer Irina Conaewa foxylady Irina

foxylady Irina
Irina
Conaewa
29
Irmino
Ukraina
Ukrainedate.com

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Comment #124310
Hello my dear Nico

I hadn't an opportunity to write to you. You know that services of translation agency cost a lot of money. Now I saved some money to write you this letter.
I miss you so much, and I hope that you miss me too:) And I miss our correspondence. You were the only person I could tell everything.
If you still interested in me, you can help us to continue our relationships.

Here is my information:

the name of receiver Irina Conaewa
the TOWN Irmino
the address Tulskaya street 12
country Ukraine
zip code 94092


Ways of making a transfer:
*Western Union www.westernunion.com
*Money Gram www.moneygram.com
*Contact www.contact-sys.com/eng/index.phtml
*Bank account of our finance manger


If you have such an opportunity please send some money to pay for translating services and we will continue our communication. I am so sorry but I have no enough money to pay for it.

Wait for your answer
Miss you
Irina
Comment #124322
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Comment #124342
Scammers typically create fake online profiles designed to lure you in, either using a fictional name or falsely adopting the identities of real people.

Dating and romance scammers will express strong emotions for you in a relatively short period of time, and usually suggest you move the relationship away from the website to a more private channel, such as phone, email or instant messaging.

Scammers will go to great lengths to gain your interest and trust such as showering you with loving words, sharing apparent personal information and sometimes even sending you gifts.

They may take several months to build what may feel like the romance of a lifetime and can even pretend to book flights to visit you - but they never actually arrive.

Once they have gained your trust and your defences are down, they will ask you, either subtly or directly, for money, gifts or your banking or credit card details.

Often scammers will pretend they need the money for some sort of personal emergency or insist they need the money to travel to visit you.
Comment #124464
THE ADDRESS IS BOGUS AND NO SUCH ADDRESS EXISTS