Nisimov was accused of approaching several women registered on the site, while using several different identities to con them out of money. On one occasion he allegedly pretended to be billionaire businessman Roman Abramovich.
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Man indicted for defrauding JDate members
Conman takes women for over $100,000
By Vered Luvitch
YNET - September 30, 2007
This past weekend, Edward Nisimov, 25 from Akko, was charged with fraud after he conned four women he met through internet into giving him over $100,000.
Nisimov stands accused of promising the women help in acquiring an apartment, a car, and more while using fake identities. In one of the instances, he claimed to be billionaire Roman Abramovich. Nisimov is also being charged with threatening the women and their children.
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