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Dating scammer Uliya Buharina Cheremkhovo from Russia


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Name: Uliya Buharina
Date of Birth: 05. January 1980
Email address:

The passport states that the last name is 'Cheremkhovo' (?)

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2007-10-10, 14:58:48
anonymous from United States  
She also goes by the name of Karina Zoubayrowa. This woman (or whoever is behind this scam) is evil. Somebody needs to stop people like her who come up with these terrible scams! They probably send out hundreds of emails every day. Just think about it, if they can con just 2 or 3 people a day into wiring them $1,000, it really adds up. In a year's time, they would have made about a million dollars! This is totally criminal. Something must be done to put a stop to their fraudulent activities. The Internet needs a better mechanism in order to trace these dishonest people so that they can be arrested immediately. The problem is that by the time the authorities find where they are operating from, these crooks move and are long gone. If someone robs a bank and they are caught, they will be put in jail for many years. These scammers need to be treated the same way. They need to be held accountable for their rotten schemes and should do time in nice communist jail!!!
2007-10-10, 17:41:49
OJAS from United States  
Anon US 2007-10-10, 14:58:48

Stopping this crime is going to be as successful as stopping any other crime.

As you see, an aim of this site is to make life DIFFICULT for these criminals.

More eyes watching them, harder it gets for them.

You'll see many different ideas here. Wasting their time, hurting many tools in their box, pre-warning newbies etc.

You are invited to offer your own ideas, and become an extra-pair of eyes in this common fight.

Have a nice day!
2007-10-15, 20:51:30
anonymous from United States  
As I posted on here back in January, guys, get it together:

If it is to good to be true, what do we say here in America? : It's probably not true.
If anyone on the internet that you have never met asks you for money from wherever, why the **** would you be so suspect?

This is a huge criminal network here, it has its hands in all kinds of negative activities:

Your scammed money sponsors Russian mafia gangs.

Ditto, you support terror activities with these crooks.

That is no pretty lady talking to you via garbage form letters.

Keep supporting this site, and the word is getting out, it just takes a lot more allocated time by our and the Int'l cybercrime police to get it together. We are talking government intervention here, so, it will take time, but these scams have been going since before the internet, it's just a new platform to spread them qucker and cheaper..........
2007-11-17, 11:53:15
anonymous from United States  
Well hey,,,here we go,,,,This anna has just been in contact with me and is up to her scaming again,,,it's wild that I caught this becasues as of 11/16/07 I am waiting her reply from Moscow about her working with a 'Agency' for her plan to come to see me..
I am so glad I caught this site before I she got me,,,the e-mail above is the same one she used on me,,,,she Now goes by ' Anna Ryseva.'
all the same photo's,,,,,I was shocked and whated tp post this so all my other brothers don't get scamed by her,,,
2007-11-17, 12:17:56
Eddie from Sweden  
anonymous from United States 2007-10-15, 20:51:30
.....two posts up is absolutely right.

It's just a pity he hasn't been here since January to help out.

Welcome to any newcomers who find this thread....PLEASE READ THIS!
...and save yourself a lot of grief and/or homework


The vast majority of Russian dating scammers are actually men, mostly working in small gangs in or around Yoshkar Ola, in Mari El republic, sometimes in Chuvashia. It's virtually guaranteed that the girls in these scam pics aren't involved because the scammers steal their pics from the internet or pay unsuspecting friends for them, or buy and exchange them on scammer websites. (Once a scammer even admitted to me that he stole all his pics from and ).

Most scammers are VERY lazy and looking for quick cash. They use email extractor programs to get your mail addresses (if you don't have a profile on a dating site, that is), and copied form mails and spam programs on automatic reply, very often the BAT!, which can personalize small parts of each letter. They mostly won't read your letters until after the money letter because they don't have time, ie because they're scamming, or trying to scam, as many guys as they can (economies of scale).....and also because they're semi-literate losers who can't speak much English anyway. IN OTHER WORDS, you can write any crap in your replies and they won't react, they're only interested when they're curious to know if you've taken the bait after the money letter. A girl is only involved either occasionally to phone a guy up, especially if he's suspicious, or to pick up the loot at Western Union, with a false ID of course!

More recently, the majority of Russian scammers have started using proxy servers or forged IPs to hide their locations so ALL YOU REALLY NEED TO DO IS TRACE THEIR IP ADDRESS!

If, by any chance, you don't believe any of this, please read: http://www.cheboksa..mers.html

So....if several or more of the following scam signs apply to your Boris (the beautiful Russian 'girl' that is supposedly writing to you), resist the temptation to help 'the poor girl' by sending her money. You're really writing to a sleazy Russian guy sitting in a smoky room in Yoshkar Ola, with a bunch of other sleazy guys spamming indiscriminately on laptops .

# 'girl' writes to you first on a dating site...especially a free one (or an email appears out of nowhere in your mailbox). Real Russian girls are rarely so bold as to write to you first. (unless you're obviously very attractive or rich :))) They will often reply to your mails, but rarely take the initiative. It's the man who does the chasing in Russia. Plus, if they're looking for a partner, they generally prefer him to be Russian speaking and live in Russia. Much more convenient!
# doesn't answer direct questions (sometimes factual mistakes in the letter). Her replies should be exactly that...replies...however short they are.
# girl's much too young for you (or too good to be true/looks like a model/porno star)....although I have noticed a recent tendency for some scammers to use photos of slightly 'less attractive' girls as well.
# girl has some far-fetched excuses for you not visiting her in Russia (criminal city, not the Russian custom, terrorism, it's her dream to come to your country, etc). ALL BULLSHIT!! Actually, the normal way to meet a Russian girl is to visit her in her city first. Russian TV is full of documentaries about Russian girls who have emigrated and got murdered, abandoned, etcetc. They should usually want to meet you first before they gallivant off to your country.
# scammers rarely have children, but most of the real Russian women I've ever met on the internet did (except for Moscow career girls). It's often the reason that they're looking for a partner.
# photos are too revealing (can't be a respectable girl). Respectability is very important to most Russian women (especially Moscow career girls). They're hardly likely to send a half-naked photo to a virtual stranger on the internet. Think about it!
# most of the pics are old and a little bit faded with a curiously grainy quality that soon becomes quite easy to recognise (overuse?). Again a scammer admitted to me that low-quality photos are a key factor in his scamming. I found this curious because a serious Russian girl who's looking for a partner very often saves up and goes to a professional to have a studio set done (often corny ones posing with a chair etc), and/or borrows a digicam at least (dates should also be on the photos you receive). My fiancée did it. Russian girls aren't all that poor anymore, and if they seriously want to leave Russia, they know that posting cheap pics will only attract cheap guys.
# GIRL CLAIMS NOT TO HAVE A MOBILE PHONE. Very unlikely!!! fer f***'s you know a single girl without a mobile phone? Even poor Russian girls can't do without one, they're much cheaper than in Europe and a Megafon telephone card doesn't cost that much either. You should be able to call her whenever you want. On the other hand, not having a landline or a desktop/laptop is very common.
# very long rambling/ecstatic form letters with a strange format, punctation and layout written in scamlish. (world's worst Babelfish translation)
# writes long letters everyday in English. How does she have time to write those long letters if she's working? And if she doesn't have a job, how can she afford a computer + internet connection? Even Internet cafés are relatively expensive in Russia. Anyway, most Russians outside Moscow can hardly speak a word of English. (What's the point of finding a girl you can't communicate with, at least on a basic level?) PLUS.. if she can't speak English, why does she have a non-cyrillic email account like gmail or yahoo? Most real Russians use, or hotmail and yahoo are acceptable if she'll chat with you on messenger (preferably with a webcam).
# falls in 'love' very quickly. Don't let your ego, kind heart, loneliness or lust pull the wool over your eyes. She doesn't really know you. You could be an axe murderer for all she knows. As I mentioned, Russian TV is full of documentaries about Russian girls who have emigrated and got murdered, abandoned, etcetc.
# uses a proxy server to hide his/her location, ie a SOCKS server / GPRS Internet. if you can't trace 'her' IP, it's 100% scam.
THE FIRST THING YOU SHOULD DO IS TRACE HER IP ADDRESS. In fact, it's the only thing you need to do really.

MOST IMPORTANT...if you get this far:
# she asks for money for a tourist 'visa' and/or maybe tickets, ignoring the fact that IT'S VIRTUALLY IMPOSSIBLE FOR A SINGLE, POOR RUSSIAN GIRL TO GET A TOURIST VISA TO A WESTERN COUNTRY!
Most Russian girls outside Moscow and St Petersburg are quite poor, and immigration control would consider them an overstay risk. They would never let be let into your country without a healthy bank account.

She can get a SPONSORED visa with your help, but then she needs a personal letter of invitation from you, a copy of your passport, a proof of your residence in your home country, a completed sponsor's application form (also from you)....not including the documents that she has to fill in herself. She also needs a job in Russia, a letter from her employer and insurance. All of these documents she has to drop off at your national embassy in Moscow WITH PREPAID TICKETS and wait about 10 working days. These are the rules for the Schengen countries anyway...the USA and Canada are almost as, if not more, complicated. Anyway, a normal TOURIST visa + travel costs + hotel rooms would set her back 2000+ US dollars for a trip to the US. She should be asking you for a lot of money! Why should it be so easy for a gorgeous sexy Russian girl just to jump on a plane and fall into bed with you? Anyway, no respectable Russian girl would ask directly for money, but might accept some if you insisted. should check your national embassy website in Moscow for visa prices and procedures.

There are many variations on the scams, some quite slight. Some scammers claim to have a visa already and need money for tickets, a last-minute medical examination, etcetc. Some claim that their mother needs an operation, etcetc. A few more patient and professional scammers will take months before they hit you with the money letter (though if you follow my tips, you should be able to spot the scammers before then). There are even a few real girls scamming, and professional gold-diggers (mostly in the Ukraine). One or two of them are very bold, and not even afraid to use their true identities. These scammers are harder to spot, and there is no easy way to identify them, all you can do is use your instincts and common sense, and DO YOUR HOMEWORK!

and, of course, a ground rule is: DON'T SEND MONEY...unless you're 100% sure she's real.

Another ground rule: if you are looking for a Russian wife/partner, you must be prepared to travel to Russia to meet her. You also need to behave generously towards her; after all, you need to prove that you can support here (and her kids) if she migrates to your country. But if she turns out to be a professional gold-digger, which has never happened to me personally or anyone I know (but I know it does happen), you should try to be philosophical and treat it as an exotic trip to a foreign country, have fun anyway, and try not to waste too much money on her.

There are actually hundreds of perfectly nice Russian girls in Russia but you have to be prepared to go and get them. Chercher la femme. It certainly worked for me.
2007-11-17, 21:13:04
anonymous from United States  
This scammer also goes by Valentina Manylowa and has misspelled the last name more than once. The claim is made that she lives in Pohvistnevo near Samara. The email exchanges ended last week.

The scammer began begging for money for a VISA because it was not made clear there was an additional 700 dollars needed to complete it. This was after about 5 emails.

She sends phony flight information, provides nothing of substance in the emails and only appears mildly interested in the email(s) being sent back.

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2007-11-18, 02:45:30
Eddie from Sweden  
anonymous from United States 2007-11-17, 21:13:04

It's a classic photo, as you can see from the number of times it's been posted on delphi.

2008-02-01, 05:58:09
anonymous from United States  
yea, she tried me too. im going to fed ex mney overnight and try to have russian authorities waiting for her. her new address is absolut155, so look out for this one too
2008-02-01, 09:37:59
OJAS from United States  
Discussions on this girl starting with http://www.delphifa..?p=4#72820
2008-02-25, 10:45:14
anonymous from Australia  
Same pics same emails different name and email this time around


2008-03-02, 23:22:59
anonymous from Mexico  

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2008-06-16, 18:51:33 from United States  
Hello everyone... I have just recently read all the comments on this site and I'm shocked! I found an email address in my husband's stuff and he's been on the internet a lot lately. The email address was on the same piece of paper it said 'Russian Girlie' from Siberia, Russia now living in California. Where woulod he have talked to this person at? Which site can I find him?her on? Does anyone know? I just want to know if he's sending this person money...
Please help me!
2008-06-16, 19:44:44
anonymous from United States  
It is not so much a matter of what site, but what email. They flood every online dating site and social networking sites they can. If you want to know if he's sending anyone money; well, he is your husband; take a look at the bank and credit card statements. Chances are the only talking he might have done is by email only. There is no need for a phone call, because that could be traceable. And this is nothing but a criminal scam, like I have posted on here many many times. These girls are not real, you're talking to the Russian mafia and they want your money to support drugs, intelligence, spying, and terrorism. That is saddest part of it. When it seems to good to be true, it usually is.
2008-06-16, 23:34:13   (updated: 2008-06-16, 23:37:08)
OJAS from United States  
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2008-07-22, 15:14:50
anonymous from Mexico  
Hola a todos yo soy de Mexico, y desde la semana pasada estuve recibiendo las cartas de una persona que supuestamente se llama Liliya Vildanova. Realmente me impresionaron las fotos y la historia de esta chica, hasta que me pidio 900 dolares. Ahi se acabo el encanto..... realmente es bizarro...como puede actuar la mafia rusa hasta estas latitudes del mundo... ya lo se...para ellos no hay distancias. En Mexico se dedican a traficar con personas, y estan asociados con los narcotraficantes
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