Scammer Nadya or Nadezhda Nadya or Nadezhda

Nadya or Nadezhda
Nadya or Nadezhda
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I had this person contact me in May this year. I checked the email address with your site. It had been checked 45 times. Obviously people were concerned. The letters started off not giving much information away, but the as usual gradually got more romantic, saying she wanted to be with me but could afford the transportation etc. Then she said she had had her boss complain about using the company computer for private emails. So she asked if i could help her buy a cheap laptop, so we could continue out letters. Yea right. Ive attached a couple of letters to get a flavour of what she says. "My love, if you can come in Ukraine you are welcome! For me have no matter where we will meet! I just want to have serious and real relationship! I do not want to write letters only! I hope you can come sooner! You know I am risking writing to you!
Roger, and also I want to tell you that I will need support for our meeting. I am living in war zone and it is dangerous for you to come here. So we need to meet in peaceful city. Nearest airport is Kharkiv. But can be any – Kiev, Odessa, Dnepropetrovsk…. And for me traveling out of war zone is like traveling abroad! I have no money for transportation expenses now! So I hope you will help us to meet and to make our dreams true!
I am waiting for your decision, my love!
Have a nice day" "We have no thunderstorm or even storm. But it is really cold wind for May, it is only + 15 C!
You always know how to give me positive emotions! I am happy that we have same dreams! I believe together we can make dreams true! Did I tell you that I am woman of one man and I am devoted? If my man is kind and loving, caring and honest with me, I will give him everything of myself – my body, my heart and all my life!!! I will be by side of my man in everything!
I am crazy maybe, but I dream about us more and more… I told you if I will dream more so I will imagine our lovemaking… I did this yesterday… Kisses, touches, caresses… That was nice and I would like to do all that in reality with you! I think with beloved man every woman can be a sex-bomb in the bed )))
my big fear is to lose you when we just start to feel something… I always write you from work as I have no computer at home. But my director is evil old maiden! Well, maybe she is right… Anyway, she told me if I will use work computer for personal needs so I can go home! I have no other way to write! And now I do not know how I will write you further! Maybe you can help me to buy simple cheapest computer?! Like this you will help us to continue… I so want this, "
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Internet Dating Scams
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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.

The internet dating scams include some common elements:

Misrepresentation about the costs and requirements of a U.S. visa,
Claims that they must buy airline tickets only in Russia,
Use of professional models’ photos gleaned from internet web sites,
Sudden financial hurdles to leaving Russia,
Requests to send money only through a specific company,
A scan of a (usually fraudulent) U.S. visa to prove intent to travel.

Please keep in mind that, the U.S. Embassy in Moscow does not have the authorization to initiate investigations of these scams. Complete and authoritative information on applying for a U.S. visa is available on the Department of State’s webpage on Visa Information for Temporary Visitors.
FAQs about Internet Dating Scams

Based upon previous inquiries, the Embassy has created a list of Frequently-Asked-Questions (FAQs) with answers. Click on the questions below to be taken to the answer.