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If you feel that you became a victim of a scam from the territory of the Russian Federation, please do not hesitate to file a complaint (translated into Russian) to the Cyber Crime Prevention Department (Department “K”) of the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation by e-mail: press@cybercop.ru or by conventional post on the following address: Ministry of Interior of the Russian Federation, 119049 Russia, Moscow, Zhitnaya St., 16, or Ministry’s Public Liaison Office, Russia, Moscow, Sadovaya-Sukharevskaya St., 11, tel: + 7 (495) 667-22-21; and keep on communicating with it until the investigation is completed.


Comments: 3

02.06.2014 22:23 - colin pearson

i have a feeling i am being set up for a scam by a russian lady. i am fortunate in not having any money but it has now got to a stage where she wants to come to england but has now mentioned the cost of obtaining the necessary documents. can someone tell me the documents needed to enter this country on a holiday basis

18.08.2013 04:58 - BRIAN NEELY

I was scammed by a Russian female to marry her She came to UK left me after 15 weeks and went straight to another man who it seems she spent 6 weeks with in a Tver Hotel whilst A Tver angel(a hostess for some club )She scammed me for over £20,000 and scammed her previous a UK citizen like me for over £40,000 she is now with this ex client I wouldn t sign my house to her and that's why she left the last husband too She is already taking money from this other man UI have all the details if you wish Can you please help stop this I have found a link for this scam run by a Moscow woman

11.10.2012 15:52 - Andrew Pearce

Yes, I believe that I have been a victim of a scam from the territory of the Russian Federation. I don't speak Russian. Would you consider accepting my complaint in English please or would I need to get it translated? Your advice would be appreciated. Regards Andrew Pearce