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We take precautions in our daily life to avoid troubles. And MANY (I mean really a lot) of them tell me they had been scammed at some point.So if you had been scammed too - do not think you are too gullible. They know how to get people hooked, and they adapt when situation changes.
Needless to say, you won't ever see this money or her again.their site advertises "write to our women for free" and then, after you have exchanged a couple of letters with a stunning lady, and "have really hit it off", you receive an email from "Manager of the agency" telling you that in order to keep corresponding, you have to pay.Personally, I would avoid anything that is advertising as free service. If they advertise as free service, ask yourself how are they going to make money.In the first few letters the scammer will say what a good woman she is and how hard life is in Russia.Her monthly salary is only a few hundred dollars, all Russian men are drunks and maybe her family died in a tragic accident or they are ill and in need of surgery.And then all of a sudden you find it all (or so you feel). In any case, you think to yourself "anything for that wondrous woman" and take out your wallet. Man becomes awfully vulnerable when it comes to love. Because her English is not enough to let her express her feelings. No honest, respectable woman will EVER ask you for money in such situation. No matter how reasonable they might seem to you, any money requests are absurd and inappropriate. You by no means are encouraged to become cynical, paranoid, or scared.
You have just discovered someone that seems so right for you. You are in love, and ready to put the whole world to your foreign darling's feet. And you do want to know about her inner feelings for you, right? The girls' English might be poor, but it does not prevent them from being very convincing in their emails. They might simply imply it by complaining about how tough they have it. By complying with them you are setting yourself up for a big fall. There is no need to be distrustful of all foreign women seeking their love over the Internet.
For instance lateley they don't just ask guys for money for visa/ticket as this scenario is too widely known.
Instead they would tell them they have the money, and going to pay for visa/ticket themselves. However in the middle of the process she suddenly comes up 0 short, and just wants to "borrow" this amount from you.
The scammer will have photos showing a young and attractive woman though her profile may say she’s from America or England.
The scammer will later explain that she’s from Russia but couldn’t select it as an option on the dating site.
We have seen our share of fake passports/visas/tickets, so if "she" or whoever it is sends you a copy of a document you think might be fake - send it to us. Keep in mind that sometimes the scammer is not actual girl, but the agency that "represents" her.