Visitor, On this page you will find very interesting information about
scam dating websites, swindlers and addresses resellers. Please come back
often as we are always updating with new information.
- www .myrussianlady24.
com / www .viktoriyasagentur.
de / www .viktoriyasagency.
com: (These websites are not active for the time being).
These 3 scam websites are owned and operated by a 57 years old German
scammer Thomas Lautenbach (Nickname: Tommi)/ (Birth date: 13 April 1959).
His photo is below. (Address: Am Wasserwerk 4, Rottenburg 84056 Germany
(Also reported to be living and moving between Nuernberg,
Seeheim-Jugenheim and Landshut near Munich) / Phone: +49 17641075286 - +49
8781203820 - +49 1708182407 / Email:
This fraudster hasn't a permanent job, but beside his scam business he is
occasionally a truck driver and a salesman for model cars, trains, planes
The scammer Thomas Lautenbach
(We received this photo from a German man who was ripped off by this
This agency recruits girls from Russian and Ukrainian escort services,
publish false information, invalid profiles, stolen Russian women's
photos, send bogus emails and what worse this scammer write letters to
clients on the lady’s behalf and after they feel that everything went “too
far”, they write a long “sorry, I have found my soul mate” letter and
We would suggest very strongly that you do not use these websites. In
short – he take your money for a period of membership for nothing until
your membership runs out then refuse to do anything, and when you make
complain to this scammer he starting to threaten you with things like that
he will black list your email address. Or you write to a lady for 3 or 4
months never could get her number so you could talk to her on the phone,
then travel all the way to her city only to find out she was never exist
or at best was never interested in you!.
On their main page there are phrases like (We provide true pictures and
information of real, beautiful, sexy, intelligent and well educated
Ladies. Our mail order bride catalogue is updated on daily basis and every
week you will find more than hundred new entries). No way, he is nothing
but a sorry joke, the true is: He provides stolen pictures and fake women
information. Yes, his catalogue is updated on daily basis, but with fake
He also declares on his main page that the correspondence with ladies are
through convenient internal mail-system of his site. This fraudulent
internal system is ONLY convenient for the owner and his scam business.
This scammer would never provide men with ladies' direct emails, phone
numbers or postal addresses, Why? Because he doesn't have them.
What’s more, the con artist
Thomas Lautenbach is in a close
contact with Russian and Ukrainian scammers and scam mafia (Especially in
Odessa/Ukraine) and does receive his commission for every scammed man.
Here is an example of his cooperation with scam artists, a well known
scammer Karina Lykova from St- Petersburg/Russia.
To view her scam profile on myrussianlady24 / viktoriyasagentur /
Below are some examples of blacklists, forums and anti scam websites where
Karina Lykova was reported and black listed:
This scammer has copied and placed an anti-scam website's banner on his
main pages to look like legitimate and trustworthy ....... worthless.
We caution all men to avoid these websites at all costs. it is one big
basket of fraud, thieves and scammers.
We recently received an email from a German truck driver who asked us not
to public his name. He said that Thomas Lautenbach is trying to leave
Germany and run away to the USA and Canada. He provided us with below
advertisement that he found on a site dedicated in helping drivers find
truck driving jobs. The advertisement was:
German Truck Driver want to
work and live in Canada
Hello, my name is Thomas and i am looking here for a job as truck-driver
I am 48 years old, married and want to leave germany in the middle of
I have long experience through europe from north to south and i would like
to go long distance inside canada and usa. its for me no problem to be 2
weeks on the run.
My trucks was in weight over 40 t and in length over 24 meters.
If you are interested in me, please contact : email@example.com
Below are other reports and emails we received from people who have been
scammed by Thomas Lautenbach:
Dear Dating World Agency,
On your webpage I have found the scammer Thomas Lautenbach. This guy is
well known to me,
because of his lies and frauds. In September 2007, Thomas Lautenbach had
ordered a complete
satellite system, additional its installation, to receive the ASTRA and
EUTELSAT - HOTBIRD satellite TV-programmes,
also including russian TV programmes for his russian wife Olesya
Lautenbach. The bill of material and my working time
has not been totally paid until today.
To my information or knowledge, other companies were also defrauded by
In addition I give you the current adress of Thomas and Olesya Lautenbach,
since September 2007:
Thomas and Olesya Lautenbach
63654 Büdingen - Orleshausen, GERMANY
Hardeckring 16 A
Phone: +49 6042-958786
Fax: +49 6042-9797074
Greetings from Germany!
We’ve found your site after dealing with Thomas Lautenbach. We had the
misfortune to buy something from him through Ebay. We paid for a model
train and then he said the article wasn’t what he thought it was so he
wanted to cancel the sale. As you can probably already guess we’re still
waiting for our money to return after 3 months.
Just for you to know, his pseudo at Ebay is gangster-5000. (At least he
announces he’s a gangster...)
You can add our story to your scammers page. Apparently the same thing
happened to some other people in the period that Lautenbach was active on
Ebay. We will try to contact them.
The additional information about him:
Informaton about Thomas Lautenbach on Ebay gangster-5000
Pseudo : gangster-5000
Name : Thomas Lautenbach
City : Büdingen
Région : default
Country : Deutschland
Téléphone : 06042958876 / 09947-904748
Date d'inscription : Dienstag, 09. Okt. 2007 17:54:26 MESZ
Email address that he sents us is: Alisha und Tommi (firstname.lastname@example.org)
If you want any further information you can contact us.
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
we would like to inform you on the couple of Thomas Lautenbach and
Olesya Lautenbach who defrauded our client, too.
Our client sold them several model trains and was not paid in full. We
had to sue him first, while she told us ist was all her business. After
charging him with the district attorney she paid most of the debt.
Now we tracked them down at
Suing him seems not to be promising, for the bailiff told us he is broke,
made an affidavit and lives on his wife.
Suing her and contacting the district attorney seems to be the right
If you or defrauded parties need further information, you can contact us.
Butt please do not our contact on your website.
Thanks, sincerely yours
Bamberg / Germany
- Women Scammers
Birth date: 27 March 1985
Postal address: Belarus 211319 Vitebsk, Orshanskaya str, d.5, kv.12
Anna Savitskaya (If
this is her real name) is a translation scammer. This scammer pretends not
to understand your mails that was translated by free translation services
on Google and Bing. She asks men to use paid translation services (Which
she works for or get he commissions from). When a man refuses to pay for
this kind of translation services she get aggressive and accuse him of
being greedy and doing nothing for their relationship.
Avoid this scammer and
the translation services she recommends at all costs.
Birth date: 6 February 1982
Postal address: Russia 394018 Voronezh, Pushkina str 11A, kv.28
Skype: Elvira Uralova
Elvira Uralova (If this
is her real name) is a translation scammer. This scammer pretends not to
understand English and asks men to use paid translation services (Which
she works for or get he commissions from). Moreover she refuses any kind
of video communication via Skype, WhatsApp, etc. Avoid this scammer and
the translation services she recommends at all costs.
Tamara Rogova is a translation and travel scammer. Indicates in her
profile that she knows English language. When men sent her mails in
English she tells them that she has a basic English knowledge. When men
send her mails after translating them from English to Russian on Google
Translator or Bing Translator, she pretends not to understand the
translation and ask men to use paid translation services (This is untrue
because Google and Bing translation results are just fine.). Most probably
is getting commissions from these paid translation services.
Moreover, Tamara Rogova, will refuse to
meet men in Belarus and offer to visit them instead and here comes the
typical travel scam scenario for flight ticket, visa fees, insurance, etc
... but guess what ... she will never come ... Tamara Rogova will
disappear after getting the money.
Below is a report we
received from a man who has been scammed by Tamara Rogova:
"I had a response from Tamara Rogova.
Her response was very positive, but after exchanging just a couple of
emails, she said that she found it impossible to understand the translated
Russian (also I should point out, in her profile on the site she claimed
to have intermediate English - but she has none at all. We exchanged
emails about this, and you recommended using Google. The curious thing
was, when I used Google to translate from Russian to English, I could
understand 90%. But Tamara said she could understand barely anything in
the translations I sent to her. It was at that point she suggested
registering on a paid translation services. The cost of using this
translation service is 6 cents per word, with certain discount structures.
I decided to use the service to continue to communicate with Tamara. On
finds the cost rapidly mounts up. She said that using the service, she
could understand me perfectly. But all her responses I translated using
Google, with problem. I began to have doubts. As a test, I suggested that
perhaps in February or March, I might come to visit her in Belarus. She
said no, she would prefer to come to France. Now I have already been the
attempted victim of a scam, on Russian Brides website. Being asked for
money for the lady to come to visit. I did not fall for the scam, and
quickly unsubscribed from the web site. When Tamara said she would come to
France, I wrote a blunt letter saying that I would not pay for any
expenses beforehand. But if she were to come, I was willing to contribute
to the cost. Answer from Tamara Rogova, no she did not need assistance,
but could pay for it all herself. Still I had doubts; particularly because
the translation costs quickly can arrive at 30-40 dollars a day. Alarm
bells started ringing in my mind. I did a Google image search on Tamara,
and found she was listed on at least five other dating/marriage sites. I
suggested she could pay for her own translations with this online
or at least we could share the cost. But these translation sites
do not accept any payment from women, only from men. "Gentleman pays for
all" is their motto. As a further check, I contacted several other women
on that site, but sending them messages all translated either with
Google or Yandex online translators. Most responded, all of them saying
that they would be interested to continue to communicate, but that they
did not understand my messages. A couple said they were using that exact
because of the translation service, that they had tried communicating with
men using online translators but that they were no good, and did not
translate English well in the complex language that Russian is.
The cut a long story short, I came
to the conclusion that this site, with the associated
translation company is a rather clever scam. My guess is that women on the
site are paid by the translation company to get men to use their service.
I have no proof of course. However I bring it to your attention because it
may well be that there are other women on your website who invite men to
switch to that site to use the translation service, and thus earn money.
Again I repeat I have no proof, but when I suggested to Tamara, and to one
other woman, that I would come anyway to Belarus just to meet, and see
whether we wanted to continue to communicate, with no strings attached, in
both instances the response was an emphatic no. I would add that I have
read through all the advice and information published on your site, with
warnings against scams or malpractice, correct behaviour, etc., and such
responses again lead me to believe that these women are not serious about
Birth date: 15 July 1984
Postal address: Russia 432013 Ulyanovsk, Riyabikova str, d.112, kv.94
Yulia Schima is another translation and
Below is a report we
received from a man who has been scammed by Yulia Schima:
"Good evening, I am afraid to tell
you the aforementioned lady is nothing more than a translation agency
scammer. She kept saying she does not understand Google translations, even
though they were rather simple, and lured me into a paid translating services, on which I blew a couple of
thousand, while waiting for her to come and visit me, which she kept
delaying. After a while, she forgot our previous conversations, a kept
repeating herself, sending same pictures,... which she denied after being
I checked her IP was already listed
as dangerous on a famous anti-scam web list. Her physical home address was
fake, as she admitted. Very sly and cruel.
By the way, the translating sites
are the same used (there might be others) by Tamara Rogova, who has been
denounced on your site as well, as I saw.
Let me know if you need anything
from me. This lady hurt me a lot, and I feel responsible to stop her from
scamming anyone else. I should have paid more attention to the warning
Birth date: 6 December 1986
Phone: +7 9600982732 / +7 9177007720
Postal address: Parkway Green str, d.6, kv. 22, Novocheboksarsk
(Cheboksary) 429965 Russia
Elena Shustova is a scam artist. Typical fall in love fast, asks men for
money and disappears afterwards.
Tatiana Anatolievna Koulakova
(Tatyana Anatoliyevna Kulakova)
Birth date: 10 January 1974
Phone: +7 917 8622183
Postal address: 425000 Russia, Mari El, Volzhsk, 2 Pereulok Mososlova 14
Tatiana (Tatyana) is a real person living in Volzhsk city / Russia. She
claims to be an English language teacher. Actually makes living asking
money from foreign men. She is very sophisticated scammer and a very
heartless one; you think that you are her most special man and her last
hope. And you would completely believe her.
She is actually a good psychologist; she will find your sensitive spots
and won't hesitate to use them. She will leave your heart broken and your
bank account a couple of thousands dollars lighter.
She is very clever and involves you in a relation you believe to be
totally true and amazingly close and special. She sounds absolutely
reliable and trustworthy; she sends you sweet words and nice letters. She
falls in love with you, wants to visit you, dying to be with you and
wanting to marry you, make you first send her money for a computer and
Internet connection (So she won’t need to go to the Internet clubs in
snowing dangerous nights – she will read your mails and write to you from
home). But, just before her visit to your country she falls ill (illness
that might develop to cancer) and needs money to cover an urgent medical
operation expenses, as it is a question of her life or death. As soon as
you send her money the scammer Tatyana Anatoliyevna Kulakova disappears
and you will never hear back from her.
Below is quotation from what a man wrote about this scammer:
This is very heartbreaking
for me that such women exist. But I am not going to lie down and fret
about it, I know there are many lovely genuine and exceptional ladies in
your beautiful country! This experience probably will not make me immune
to a scam in future; I am just too soft-hearted when I think that someone
suffers. But the experience will not make me a worse person, but life will
not be kind to Tatyana if she is a scammer. No decent person's self worth
is worth so few dollars! I feel more aggrieved about the >300 emails which
I wrote to her. B.S / South Africa
Yulia Echina (Julia/Yuliya)
and Kristina Varvashenko (Christina)
(This scammer uses either of these names)
Birth date: 14 November 1981
Phone: +7 9606376061 / +7 9047251580
Postal address: 5 August str, 14-18, Stroitel 308300 Russia
Yulia Echina or Kristina Varvashenko, no doubt can be called a
professional scammer. She scammed countless of men from around the world.
She has tons of (working) scenarios that make men believe her and send
She could provide the following bank details to receive money:
BANK OF BENEFICIARY:
BANK FOR FOREIGN TRADE
EUR accout 30301978750020001600
SWIFT: VITBR RU M2 BEL
An index 308600 city of Belgorod street popova 18
index 308600 ECHINA YULIYA
STREET, AUGUST 5
Marina Vladimirovna Fedorova claims to be a teacher. Ask men to call her
first as her spoken English is better than her writing skill. Most
probably they are two scammers working together, the one who answers phone
calls is Marina Fedorova and the one who writes emails is another person.
We also heard that she is working with someone who operates a scam agency
in Kherson / Ukraine. In her second or third mail she/he asks for money to
cover her (Internet cafe charges). Next she finds other reasons to suck
money from men.
Her bank account details:
Beneficiary: Fedorova Marina Vladimirovna
Account number: 26204600970704
Bank of beneficiary: Privatbank
Swift code: PBANUA2X
Intermediary bank: JP MORGAN CHASE BANK
New York, USA
Swift code: CHASUS33
Correspondent account: 0011000080
REMEMBER, No decent women
in any part of the world who has not shared time with you face to face who
has not hold you, hugged you and kissed you, she will never come up to you
via email, phone call or on a chat and telling you about her sick dying
parents or how she needs her phone bills to be paid so she can talk to
you. Any request for money from a woman you have not met face to face is
definitely a sign that there is a scammer involved.
Honest and marriage minded woman who is really interested in you will
never ask for money, so don’t send money and avoid (women) who ask you for