All the while she gave the impression that her "mom" was helping with advice. Then she was in an embarrassing situation because she thought I was paying. She asked me to send her money via Western Union to I also was scammed by someone named Galina (Galia) Alexsandrova who claimed to be from Kirov, Russia, but actually lives in nearby Yoshkar-Ola.
Money usually is requested via Western Union or Money Gram, first for visa, then for tickets, then for insurance. Her name is Ksenia Mihailovna Maksimova, 424007 Russia, Republic Mari-El, city Yoshkar-Ola Street Petrova, house 42, flat 81.
She asked me for money for a visa, which I sent her.
She also said a girl friend had just gone to the United States so she, "Oksana", was familiar with the procedures to do the business at her end.
Also after proclaiming her love to me in several emails, including poetry, she was very insistent that the money come right away. She said she had instructed her aunt in Moscow buy tickets.
"Oksana", or someone claiming to be her even telephoned me.
Using poor English she seemed to be prompted what to say. The letters from her were said to be via software translation.I hosted a show recently and was so excited about all the incentives!Not one piece of jewelry was what I had been shown! I'll be at a show on Saturday March 11 to compare my jewelry to the "showcase" jewelry the designer begins. I notified the US Embassy in Moscow that someone by her name may be attempting to get a visa to enter the United States.I also indicated that anyone using my name on their application was likely doing so under fraudulent circumstances.Apparently, she or Evgeny did not like having their names, addresses, phone numbers, and even photographs displayed in this Blacklist for everyone to see. My aunt works in travel agency and she did(made) a bookmark on the ticket. The following is the second letter I received from her: Letter2Thanks that was written to me the letter you see by (with) you first who has written to me through a service of acquaintances.