Do you think you are being made the victim of a scam by someone you have met online? Are you really sure the person you are corresponding with is a 21-year-old medical student called Svetlana Borisovna? Does she really live at No. 20, Budapeshtskaya Ulitsa, Apartment 321, St Petersburg?
For answers to these questions a scam check delivery may be in order!
Scam Check deliveries are the simplest form of check that we provide, and are usually enough to ascertain whether the subject is legitimate or not.
This involves making a small gift delivery (a single red rose) to the address given by your lady friend.
In the process, we check that the address exists and that the recipient lives at that address.
We’ll also send you a photograph of the delivery, in the event that the person exists and agrees to be photographed.
If we are unable to find the recipient we will check in local telephone directories (not available online) and get back to you with our findings.
The service usually takes 3 to 5 working days to complete.
This service is available in :
Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Poland and Romania.
Price : $65
Please Note : No refund will be issued if the delivery is not completed due to one of the following reasons: the recipient declines to open the door, the recipient declines to accept the gift or if the delivery address is invalid and we are unable to contact the recipient in order to get address clarification.
We accept all major credit cards. Payment is processed through our secure online processor PayPal and our company account ‘’Galaxy Group.’’
To order the service, please pay below using paypal or a credit card. If you don’t have a phone number for the recipient just enter : 00000. We can still deliver but we’ll need a full address (and post code if you have one)
We provide a full and immediate report on the outcome of the check. From our experience of uncovering numerous scams in the countries of the Former Soviet Union since 2005, we can usually be 100% certain in our judgement.