Scam? What do you guys think of this?

  • TallGWMvballe...

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    Jun 11, 2009 12:22 AM GMT
    I got this Email today;


    rrom:bigrist76
    To:
    TallGWMvballer
    Subject:
    Like your profile
    Date:
    Jun 10, 2009 at 3:16 PM
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    Hi, I am Egor and also Looking for a nice guy for friendship and maybe more. I am a decent guy with full time job and alot of love to give and share with someone. I am single. I enjoy hiking, reading, and cooking geeks icon_smile.gif and of course I like cuddling. I am not often on realjock.com so take chance and write me back to egoracc@kistrak.com - this is my personal email and I check it often. All my best regards, Egor


    If you try to read the profile it says, "Page missing"

    To me this sounds like the girls from Ghana mail I get constantly as well.

    What do YOU think?
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    Jun 11, 2009 7:31 AM GMT
    I use to get similar ones when I was on gay.com. Of the ones I got, only one of them turned out to be legit and we are still pals to this day. The rest ranged from pay porn sites to even a guy wanting me to sponsor his coming to America. LOL
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    Jun 11, 2009 10:59 AM GMT
    Well don't raise a stink about it! They're the only emails I get on here! icon_eek.gif
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    Aug 03, 2009 5:58 PM GMT
    Interesting, I received a message several weeks ago from someone with same odd spelling of the name, "Egor". He says, he is in Moscow currently making papers and then I received a message from him, telling me that I am only person who can help him. Agency he is working with insists on buying round trip tickets to America, where I live. I was suspicious, since I sent him flowers, which according to FTD, where I sent them, they were unable to deliver to him at address he gave and verified with post office. All of these things are too suspicious for me to believe this is anything, but a scam. The other thing I found odd is that, the e-mail address, where I have been e-mailing him - egor@kistrak.com should have a .ru address, rather than a .com address.

    I hope this helps.

    seaman9355
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    Aug 03, 2009 6:46 PM GMT
    scambait time!

  • Aug 09, 2009 8:05 PM GMT
    Hello, I'm very happy to find info about this Egor Ustupkov on RealJock. He first emailed me here and i repplied to him a couple of monthsago. Every since, he an i have been sending email back and forth as we were getting to know each other better. He has providied me with his first and last name, fathers name, his uncles first and last and his address. Egor has sent me several pics of him self as well. Egor states he lives in a city called Ufa, Russia and he has traveled to Moscow with his uncle in order to get a visa so that he can come visit me. All of the sudden he has run out of money and is need ot $1800.00 to fly to me. Egor states he has no phone.

    He wanted me to send money to his uncle western union instead of egar because he states his uncle is exemped from taxes from the military. Egor gives me his uncles name as-----Mair Uguzov---. This might be egors real name becaue some one would need to show ID in Russia to receive the money from western union.

    he wanted it sent to:
    ETALONBANK

    KRASNAYA PRESNYA, 21

    Moscow, 123376

    Phone: 495-7752636

    Here is the infor he have me:

    Egor Ustupkov
    Ayskaya streer, Davastrebovaniya d.186 korp. 2
    Ufa, 450000
    Russia
    ( i can' verify this place exist)


    I just want to thank you for posting your Question and helping me to discover he is a scam.


    Thank you, Conde

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    Aug 09, 2009 8:14 PM GMT
    Did he like your "structure"? That's a dead giveaway.

    Why would you send flowers to someone you've never met?
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    Aug 09, 2009 8:28 PM GMT
    Anyone who gives you their email on the first message (or publicly like in a forum, no matter what the subject) is automatically suspicious.
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    Aug 09, 2009 9:31 PM GMT
    Interesting, since he also told me to send the money to his uncle with the same name, too. He is a scam and I have been trying to shut down this operation, but it will take time. I have contacted the Russian authorities about this and have, as yet to receive any confirmation that anything has been done.

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    Aug 09, 2009 9:31 PM GMT
    A lot of images conger up when I think EGOR! I think it's worth a little sherlock homes and scooby doo investigating! report back after doing so please......That's if you decide to except this mission

  • Aug 11, 2009 5:23 PM GMT
    Hello guys i told egor he was getting any money. So he emailed me and blocked me as well.
    Here is what he emaild me today 8-11-09:

    "Conde, it was awful night. My uncle prevent me from hanging oneself but now I run
    away and no one prevent me anymore, I have blade and will cut my venes,
    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i hate you, hear?? i hate you, heartless freak!!!!!!!!"


    LOL......AWWWW poor Egor... Well guys i guess he has moved on to his next victom...He will not need any money if he does what he says. I still wish him the best of luck.

    Conde

    ps...he should be a poet....he writes beutiful love letters...LOL
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    Aug 11, 2009 5:44 PM GMT
    I am liking your structure. It is good structure.
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    Aug 12, 2009 3:29 PM GMT
    Since people wanted to know how this turned-out - here goes. There is a website, called www.russianscamcheck.org, that I discovered in my investigations - they will send the person (in this case Egor) a single rose, on the ruse of getting a picture of him. When they went to the address Egor gave me, which I supplied to them, they were told, there is no one at that address with this name.

    I am providing this information for anyone, who may be corresponding wtih someone in Russia. They are very discreet in their investigations. I have also learned there are a number of scammers from Russia, who claim to be someone they are not. I don't know much else about Egor or his uncle Mair Uguzov, but I am certian this is a scam to get money. I also question the pictures he sent to me of himself, since at least one of the pictures I had seen before. It was sent to me by someone (also from Russia), who wanted to come to America - he was a "doctor", but that is suspect too.

    I guess what I am saying is that I have come to distrust people from other countries, regardless of the contact - so be warned. I hope this helps.