Yuliya Tomylowa Scam

Some how she sent me a flirt, on Facebook, I wrote her back,she sent me a picture of herself and she is extremely beautiful .we became very good email friends ,we had dialogue twice a day for seven months.within the third month she said I love you to me and I felt the same too, so that is how we got more attached. By this time we had exchanged numerous pictures. And I really wanted to meet her in person, she did too! She never asked me for money .so I sent her $200 for her birthday, because that’s the way I am. And I sent her $100 for Christmas. It felt awesome knowing that I was helping the woman I fell inlove with 12,000 miles away from me! I wanted to bring our relations to the next level ,and I wanted to travel to her country to meet but I could not leave my job because I had nobody to cover me.she offered to travel to CT USA . I was extremely happy so we started making travel arrangements for her visa and passport, it cost $400 us dollars she said it would take about one month to get travel documents, I trusted her and I sent the money. She sent me copies of visa and passport, so I could verify that she is legit.everything was in order.I got excited and extremely happy that I possibly found my true love. I said to her ,I am sorry to do this but I have been sending you same day pictures, I want you to send me a picture of you holding a paper with my name on it. And later that day she did send me the photo I asked for,I fell more inlove because everything was honest and pure ( I thought) I did research on airfare tickets but she found slightly cheaper ,so I sent her $1000 and she sent me a copy of the air fare ticket, I checked with delta and everything was correct with departure and arrival times. I’m thinking wow I’m really gonna meet this girl! (happy and very inlove with oksana) then she drops the bomb on me telling me she got bad news,she said that Russia has a law that requires all Russian citizens that register for visas prove they have money to live in the us for everyday they are on US or Canada ,her visa was for 3 months, multiply 90 days times $50 equals $4,500. I was shocked and I said I don’t have that kind of money right now. She sent me a copy of that Russian law ,and I believed her . So we agreed to borrow money ,supposebly she borrowed$2,500 which her parents helped borrow (her parents very much were happy for us to meet she said. So I asked her to show me proof of money she had collected , and she did ,so I believed her again. And I sent the rest which was $2,000 when the day came for me to wait at airport,I realized I had been scammed by the beautiful Russian woman I fell inlove with, because she never showed up and I never received a letter after that.. I don’t care about the money I lost ,I just cared about the love that I lost ( it was totally devastating ) and my heart is still curing from this evil woman (I will never look for love on the web as long as I live !!!! And I wouldn’t wish this on anyone not even the evil woman I fell for!!!! Sincerely Luis R. ( Jan 2019 )

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