Just for fun I gave her address to a friend who wrote to her and he got exactly the same response as I did! She also told me this was her address: Prospect Klina St, 14a-23, Alatyr, Chuvashia, Russian Federation. Moreover, she sent me a picture of herself next to a computer screen which showed one of the pictures I sent to her, which means that she most likely is the girl on her picture. Her mail address was firstname.lastname@example.org.
UK, This girl HERSELF is a confirmed scammer, Elena Kashkova. At some point, will sign off ''Your and only your Elena'' She has been awaiting visa money from me for several months now. DON'T SEND HER ANY MONEY, (Or I will sue you ! ! :-D))
1) Google for the exact phrase Elena Kashkova
2) Search for the same phrase on the top left of this page
Some links are difficult to post, but plenty of information on this girl is available
She is a low-end scammer, prefers in the $600 range. Scamming is only a part-time, secondary supplemental income for her. Very different from Yoshkar-Ola full time scammers spending 40 or more hours scamming as their primary income.
Notice her furniture, designer clothes, jewelry from all her photos in public domain will need periodically in the $600 range for maintenance.
Zooming the pic 2008-06-30, 09:39:58 (updated: ) to 8X shows she has exfoliated a few hours earlier. She needs to ... As she is soon to be if not already in her 40s, her E:T ratio (Estrogen to Testosterone) drops, triggering hair growth, and other typically masculine attributes gradually take over. This is normal part of aging. Also, her natural hair maintenance length will vary inversely as her age. Toupees are of course available for a few hundred dollars, extending her shelf-life.
Are you being scammed and this is your first visit here?