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2015-11-08, 08:15:42
DOC from United States  

2015-11-08, 08:19:28
DOC from United States  
From: '' <>
Subject: weekend

Good afternoon!
Today Saturday! I am very glad, that this day has come!))) it means, that ahead of me the day off) waits
Behind a window it is snowing... In mine soul romantic mood)...
I had very long and heavy working week... I worked much! I have given many forces for this work!
But I do not forget about you!)
Now in my life there was you, and I feel taste by a life! This very pleasant feeling... Forgive me if I not always answer your questions! I will try to answer all your letters and to try to write to you as much as possible next week!)
Very soon wash the working day I will end also I can go home! And the house me is waited by a tasty carrot pie)
Excuse, that I do not write to you today about myself, but in the future I promise to you, that I will tell as much as possible about myself)
I would want that you too have told to me about yourself and the life! All it is very interesting to me, that occurs in your life!
Your new friend from Russia - Elmira!!!

2015-11-08, 08:52:30
DOC from United States  
Subject: My first video!

Hello Xxxx, at you very beautiful name!
How are you?
At you good mood?
I like ours with you dialogue.
In the mornings I drink green tea and I read your letters.
I not always can answer you at once as the laptop at my place has broken and I have not had time to buy yet new, soon I will buy the new laptop and to a smog to make Skype and we can have dialogue in real time.
I write to you from my work.
I hope, that you understand me, that on work I cannot use Skype, as my chief very strict woman. She does not allow to use the computer to suit the own ends!
I think of you all the day long and I think of your answer to my letter.
It is very interesting to me, than you are engaged at present.
It is a pity, that between us the big distance.
If you not against, I continue to tell about the life and to ask about your life.
I wish to tell about my family.
To my mum of 57 years! My mum already on pension.
As I have sister who is more senior me for 5 years! At my sister the family, the husband and the charming son.
My father has died 7 years ago. He has died of heart attack!
It was a hard time for our family. We took hard this time!
I love the family.
I try to help my mum as she lives one.
We often meet all family behind one table.
You are pleasant like cinema?
What films like you?
I cannot forget remarkable films P.S. I love you, Vanilla sky, Gone with the Wind!
I like different genres, but most of all I prefer romantic films about love, with good end of a film.
I like classical music.
I like to cook food.
What most popular dish in your country?
Russia the huge country, with various kitchen.
I think, that national dishes in Russia, these are cutlets, pelmeni, borsh, olivie!
In Russia soups are very popular.
I am assured, that you will like dishes from a Russian cuisine.
As to my preferences in food.
I like different food and I often prepare different dishes.
The main thing that the food has been prepared from natural products.
I like salads from vegetables and as fruit salads.
Xxxx, you have a phone number with which it is possible to make international calls?
I have mobile, my number +791920041279, but I cannot make and accept international calls. Because, my mobile to me have given out on my work and at me service international calls is not connected.
I wish to buy one more phone in the future and to connect to myself personal mobile number, I hope I will buy it soon, probably we can have conversation with you by phone.
If you tell to me a phone number, I will call to you from public phone in the future.
I wait your phone number in the following message.
I think, that we with you can understand each other in our conversation by phone.
When I will plan to call you, I will inform you.
I know, that you the good man and me it very much are pleasant.
We with you speak in different languages in a daily life.
Our countries have different mentality.
You agree with me?
Please, tell to me, it is as much as possible about your life.
Your life is very interesting to me.
All of us people and I will understand you, but we with you belong to different cultures.
Some things, I probably do not know.
I will be very glad to hear it from you.
Your letters help me to present your world better. I wish to know about your culture and a life more!
Write to me more likely!
Please, send the photos if you can.
I will wait for your letter!
I try to check email every day.
Sometimes because of work I do not have time to check up email, I hope you understand me.
I will always answer your letters.
Today I have written you the big letter, now I should return to work.
I send you my photos and video! I hesitated to make to you the video, but I hope to you it is pleasant!


2015-11-08, 08:53:57
DOC from United States  

2015-11-09, 05:40:30
hello to all
well I am happy again I got rid of finekitten28 she wont chat to me on yahoo messanger to be friends
watch out for the sign if you chat with her on yahoo messanger that's why I got rid of her on my yahoo messanger chat list
I was upset and hurting.
2015-11-09, 15:29:53
OJAS from United States  
When a Boris wants to chat on yahoo, skype, etc., instead offer him a mugu info. There are plenty of mugus on this site wishing to chat! Let them spend each others time, instead of yours!
2015-11-21, 08:24:17
anonymous from United Kingdom  

2017-03-03, 08:10:24
anonymous from Canada  
I have been getting mail from this person. The photographer is doing this behind her back. I do not think she is doing this. Some photographer took her pictures and threatened to use them against her if she does not sleep with him. Possible she is a victim, or in bad debt from a ghost consultant?
2017-03-03, 08:15:03
anonymous from Canada  
I have been getting mail from this person. The photographer is doing this behind her back. I do not think she is doing this. Some photographer took her pictures and threatened to use them against her if she does not sleep with him. Possible she is a victim, or in bad debt from a ghost consultant?
2018-01-15, 21:05:22
DOC from United States  
On January 19, 2017, The Western Union Company (Western Union), a global money services business headquartered in Englewood, Colorado, agreed to forfeit $586 million and entered into agreements with the Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission. In its agreement with the Justice Department, Western Union admitted that it violated U.S. laws—The Bank Secrecy Act and anti-fraud statutes—by processing hundreds of thousands of transactions for Western Union agents and others involved in an international consumer fraud scheme. As part of the scheme, fraudsters contacted victims and falsely posed as family members in need or promised prizes or job opportunities. The fraudsters directed the victims to send money through Western Union to help their relative or claim their prize. The Department of Justice hired Gilardi & Co., LLC to serve as the remission administrator in this matter.

If you believe you were a victim of the fraud described above and you made a wire transfer through Western Union between January 1, 2004 and January 19, 2017, you may be eligible for remission.
2018-06-19, 19:46:41   (updated: 2018-06-19, 19:51:02)
DOC from United States  
June 2018

ALERT: People have reported scam emails about the Western Union refund program. Do not reply to any emails telling you to apply for a refund. The deadline has passed.
2019-08-30, 20:59:26   (updated: 2019-08-30, 21:07:47)
DOC from United States

Romance scams – 80 people charged with ripping off millions of dollars

The US Department of Justice (DOJ) on Thursday unsealed a 252-count, 145-page federal indictment charging
80 defendants – most of them Nigerian nationals – with conspiring to steal millions of dollars through online
frauds that targeted businesses, the elderly and women.

Federal authorities cited the case of one of those romance-scam victims during a news conference on
Identified only as “F.K.” in the indictment, the Japanese woman first met the fraudster who would come to
bleed her of hundreds of thousands of dollars on an international social network for digital pen pals.

F.K. thought she was corresponding with a captain in the US Army captain, “Capt. Terry Garcia”, who was
stationed in Syria. Over the course of 10 months, Garcia described in daily emails his scheme to smuggle
diamonds out of the country.

F.K. borrowed money from her sister, her ex-husband and her friends to help out her fake boyfriend, but in the
end, there were no diamonds.

She wound up $200,000 poorer and on the verge of bankruptcy. From the federal complaint:

F.K. was and is extremely depressed and angry about these losses. She began crying when discussing the way
that these losses have affected her.

The indictment was unsealed after law enforcement arrested 14 defendants across the US, with 11 of those
arrests taking place around Los Angeles. Two of the defendants were already in federal custody on other
charges, and one was arrested earlier last week. The hunt is still on for most of the remaining defendants,
who are believed to be abroad – mostly in Nigeria.

The conspirators allegedly used various online fraud schemes, including business email compromise (BEC)
frauds, romance scams, and schemes targeting the elderly, to defraud victims of a total $6 million. The
suspects also allegedly tried to get at another $40 million.

According to the criminal complaint, which was also unsealed on Thursday, the two heads of the conspiracy
were Valentine Iro, 31, of Carson, California, and Chukwudi Christogunus Igbokwe, 38, of Gardena,
California, both Nigerian citizens. They were basically brokers of bank accounts, the indictment alleges: co-
conspirators would allegedly contact Iro and Igbokwe in order to set them up with bank and money-service
accounts that could receive the funds they allegedly scammed out of victims.

Once the conspirators managed to talk victims into sending money, Iro and Igbokwe allegedly ran a massive
money-laundering network that relied on a network of money mules who used a Nigerian banking application
to transfer funds from their US bank accounts in naira (₦) – the currency of Nigeria. They moved money from
Nigerian bank accounts they controlled to the Nigerian bank accounts specified by Iro and Igbokwe.

The two alleged ringleaders would set up bank accounts with a specific business name, if necessary, to trick
companies into making payments. Besides cooking up accounts with fake business names that mirrored the
names of legitimate companies, members of the conspiracy would also routinely file fictitious business name
statements with the Los Angeles County Registrar/Recorder’s Office. Those statements would then be
presented to banks when the fake accounts were opened.

Law enforcement arrested two defendants who they claim were money mules: Jerry Ikogho, 50, of Carson,
California, who was taken into custody on the Sunday preceding the unsealing of the indictment, and
Adegoke Moses Ogungbe, 34, of Fontana, California.

The US is charging each of the 80 defendants with conspiracy to commit fraud, conspiracy to launder money,
and aggravated identity theft. A number of the defendants also face fraud and money laundering charges.
Some of the defendants are also facing charges of operating illegal money transmitting businesses.

Iro, Igbokwe and Chuks Eroha, 39, are also facing charges for attempting to destroy their phones when the
FBI executed a search warrant in July 2017. Iro also is charged with lying to the FBI in an interview
conducted during the search. Eroha is believed to have fled to Nigeria shortly after the FBI executed the

Increase in reported romance scams

During Thursday’s press conference, Paul Delacourt of the FBI’s Los Angeles office warned about the escalating
danger of romance scams.

Earlier this month, the FBI’s online crime division – the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) – issued a
warning about the rising number of faux lover-boys and -girls who are turning to online dating sites to run
romance or confidence frauds. Besides talking marks into sending money, a rising trend for these con artists
is to try to talk them into becoming money mules or drug runners, the FBI said.

We’ve seen plenty of these scams in past years: FBI numbers show that in 2017, more than 15,000 people
filed complaints with the IC3, alleging that they were victims of romance/confidence frauds and reporting
losses of more than $211 million. The following year – 2018 – that number skyrocketed by more than 70%:
the number of victims filing complaints increased to more than 18,000, and they reported more than $362
million in losses.

Based on the number of victims, this type of fraud was the seventh most commonly reported scam last year.
Money-wise, it was the second costliest scam in terms of losses reported by those victims. It’s ensnaring
every type of victim, regardless of age, education or income bracket, the FBI says, though the most targeted
demographics are the elderly, women, and widows or widowers.

Modus operandi

This is how these swindles go: First, the conman or woman gets their victim’s trust. Then, they try to convince
them to send money, whether it’s for an airfare to visit, to ostensibly bail them out when they claim to have
gotten arrested en route, to prove they can be trusted, to buy a home for the heartthrob they’ve never met,
or for any other of an endless litany of sob stories.

It works. It works far too often.

BEC scams

Romance scams are only one of the ways that this massive conspiracy made its profits. As court papers
describe, BEC was also a big money machine.

BEC scams and the amount of profits they’re netting crooks are exploding. In its 2018 Internet Crime Report,
the FBI said that it received 20,373 BEC/email account compromise (EAC) complaints, reflecting losses of
over $1.2 billion, last year.

The scams typically involve legitimate business email accounts that have been compromised, be it through
social engineering or computer intrusion, to initiate unauthorized transfers.

They’re getting increasingly sophisticated. From the FBI’s 2018 Internet Crime Report:

In 2013, BEC/EAC scams routinely began with the hacking or spoofing of the email accounts of chief executive
officers or chief financial officers, and fraudulent emails were sent requesting wire payments be sent to
fraudulent locations. Through the years, the scam has seen personal emails compromised, vendor emails
compromised, spoofed lawyer email accounts, requests for W-2 information, and the targeting of the real
estate sector.

We saw an example of an EAC scam in the real estate sector earlier this year when we learned about a woman
getting swindled out of $150,000 from the overseas sale of her house in Australia.

More recently, a North Carolina county fell for a BEC scam, to the tune of $1,728,083. It could have been even
worse: Cabarrus County managed to claw back some of a total $2,504,601 it paid to a scammer posing as a
contractor working on building a new high school.

The crooks used social engineering to pose as Branch and Associates, which is a general contractor that’s
working on building a new school for the Cabarrus County Schools District.

Everybody’s a target

Clearly, the fraudsters are going after anybody and everybody, be it women looking for love on dating or pen-
pal sites, the elderly or companies they can social-engineer money out of. In Thursday’s press conference, US
Attorney Nick Hanna said that fraud networks are now targeting individuals and businesses alike:

In the BEC scams, the fraudsters will often hack a company’s email system, impersonate company personnel,
and direct payments to bank accounts that funnel money back to the fraudsters in Nigeria. In the romance
scams, victims think they are developing a dating relationship, when in fact they are just being tricked into
sending money to the fraudsters.

Hanna said that authorities believe this is “one of the largest cases” of its kind in US history.

To learn more about romance scams, watch Alice and Duck discuss how crooks recruit money mules from
dating sites.

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