Scammer Irina

Irina
26
Ukraine
Mariupol

User comments

to add a comment about this scammer profile. Already have an account? Sign in to add a comment.
Comment #131019
Hello !

Thank you for your letter and photo. And I am very pleased to begin our dialogue with
you. I hope you had a good day and a good mood.
What can I say about me? My name is Irina. I live in Ukraine in the city
Mariupol. This Donetsk region, and it is located not far from my town
the war zone. My city was even captured some time
occupiers, but the Ukrainian military have released.
Well, I'm 26. I'm a big girl, and I'm ready to start a family.
Only it remains to meet a serious kind man who wants
to create a happy family with me.
I work as a makeup artist.
I was born in the Crimea, and my parents live in the Crimea. I left the Crimea 5
years ago in Mariupol. Here lived my grandmother, and she was very ill.
My grandmother died three years ago and I stayed here in her apartment. I
and I would be pleased to leave now in another city, but no one wants
I buy my apartment because my city is close to the area
hostilities.
I have an older sister. She is married. She lives with her husband in the city
Nikolaev. It is also in Ukraine. And she met her husband with
via the Internet. I used food to his sister and also work sometimes
Nikolaev. I tried to sell my apartment in Mariupol to move
I live in Nikolaev, but it still has not been a success.
I'm ready to go to live in another country where I will meet her lover. I
I will be caring wife and I will be happy to do my man. I want
have children in the future. I love and know how to cook well, but now I
rarely do this because I do not cook for anyone right now.
I speak in English, but not very well. But I did not study it
a lot of. I'm sure that no problems will be able to learn the language of the country where I
meeting her lover.
I dream of family warmth and comfort. I'm looking for a family. My sister, on the
her little daughter and her beloved husband. I also want to have their loved ones
next to me.
I have good health, I do not smoke, do not do drugs and do not
abuse alcohol.
I have whatsapp and viber.
I wrote a little about me. I hope that we will continue to communicate. I will
I am pleased to receive your letter.
Waiting for your answer.
Comment #131063
The U.S. Embassy receives reports almost every day of fraud committed against U.S. citizens by Internet correspondents professing love and romantic interest. Typically, the Russian correspondent asks the U.S. citizen to send money or credit card information for living expenses, travel expenses, or "visa costs." The anonymity of the Internet means that the U.S. citizen cannot be sure of the real name, age, marital status, nationality, or even gender of the correspondent. The U.S. Embassy has received many reports of citizens losing thousands of dollars through such scams. American citizens are advised never to send money to anyone they have not met in person.