Usova Marina SergeevnaRussian love scammer

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In January 14, 2010 Marina entered to the Croatian portal
for connecting people called 'Iskrica (Sparky)' and found me.
She sent me the first photo and own profile description,
and began to write many warm and tender e-mails from the Internet cafe...
Under the pretext that all Russian men are egoists,
Marina wanted to come to me in Zagreb to marry and build a family with me.
She have not money for tickets and visa,
and I sent her the money with Western Union.
At the Moscow airport, the police punish her
with a large penalty of even 2600 EUR,
because she wanted to give me a valuable Russian icon.
It should be a surprise gift when she comes to me.
Then Marina says that she will be imprisoned, if she do not pay the penalty.
She returns home and she wants of me the money.
I do not more send the money, because I doubt in this story.

In the meantime, I had sent her a birthday gift with express mail (EMS).
The parcel is not delivered, because the address was incorrect
(that street has only 40 houses),
but Marina picked up that parcel in the postal office,
probably with a fake passport.

Although Marina is mentioned that she has not the telephone,
she has called me many times,
allegedly from a public 'cable point of calls',
but I discovered that she calls over the Russian mobile operators.

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