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2006-09-20, 03:47:56
anonymous from United States  
I am sad to say that Natalia's parents died in a fire at her apartment and she has not recovered from the shock.
This is no joke so please have some compassion.
2006-09-20, 17:12:29
Mrs. C from United States  

Well i guess with her parents gone..poor dear ..
She could sell that
'My daddy has the automobile.'It Audi 80 1992'

and use the money to come to you for that' compassion. '
2006-09-25, 05:10:37
anonymous from United States  

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2006-10-28, 02:16:21
anonymous from Canada  
Going by the name Alina Tumanova Found her on another blacklist site going by the name Tatyana Novikova.Using the same IP address as Natalia.Also used to contact me.

Keywords: blonde girl, blue jeans, red top, outside, smiles, street
2006-10-28, 02:49:10
anonymous from Canada  
2006-10-28, 02:54:51
Mrs. C from United States  

the first Ip adress shows up as coming from

the second comes up as
2006-11-16, 21:04:58
anonymous from Argentina  

Internet Dating Scams
The growing popularity of Internet romance has led to the growth of fraudulent online activity directed at Americans. The United States Embassy in Moscow is receiving increasing numbers of complaints from American citizens who have been lured into online relationships via false internet profiles. Often, these are men pretending to be women who make contact with Americans — usually men — over the Internet through dating websites or chat rooms. The fictitious person then seeks to create a virtual relationship through the exchange of photos and e-mails. At some point s/he begins to ask for money, frequently asking that it be transferred through wire services. S/he commonly states that the money is needed to help resolve a family tragedy or arrange for a trip to the United States. A copy of a fraudulent U.S. visa is sometimes attached to prove good intentions. The U.S. Embassy in Moscow urges Americans to exercise caution — many U.S. citizens have lost hundreds, and even thousands, of dollars.etc,,,

2006-12-04, 22:23:58
anonymous from United States  
Natalia called and left several voicemails on my cell phone. She dialed from the same phone number every time: 7-905-802-0383 (definitely a Russian country code). Give her a call and give her a bunch of crap or just to wake her up in the middle of the night (Russia is 8 hours later than Eastern time)! Better yet, somehow give this number to the authorities to track her down and toss her ass in the slammer!
2006-12-04, 23:19:00
anonymous from United States  
2006-12-04, 23:21:11
anonymous from United States  
here is another
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Dating scammer Natalia Sokolova from Yakutsk, Russia

2006-12-04, 23:22:34
anonymous from United States  
2006-12-04, 23:23:52
anonymous from United States  
2006-12-05, 09:29:06
flog this !! from United States  
I'd say it's defiently a guy doing the scam, using photo's of girls from russian magazines.
In one of Natalia's emails she/he says the following:
I will be happiest man when you my man are with me when at night.
this is either a slip up or she is actually a man !!
2007-05-16, 23:44:34
Это позор для мужчин которые публикуют подобные комментарии потому что это они сделали свой выбор и нечего пенять на девушек.

It is a shame for men which publish similar comments because it they have made the choice and there is nothing to expostulate on girls.
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