I am at this very moment being contacted by someone from the Ukraine and my letters are almost exact duplicates of these sent to Rick. Todays letter tells the same exact story as Ricks regarding her speaking to a friend at work about passports. I'm telling you it is an exact copie! This womans name is supposed to be Galina. My intial contact also came through singlesnet web site. I have suspected a scam all along and have been playing along just to see how this creep attempts it. These women must think men in general are fools.
Haha. In some ways it's a little painful to see again. Geez...I'm in a great relationship now. And was running away and avoiding her over someone like this. Until I got wise about it thanks to contacting RD and was given this link. And i sat here dumbfounded. And realized, this person is not real at all. And then realized...all these clues. The profile on singlesnet still running. That the person sending the letters ignored most of what I wrote. That the photos were getting more revealing. I started picturing some bald headed man in a sweaty t shirt smoking cigarettes and swilling down vodka sitting at his monitor spamiing out romance letters. Or a Russian crime syndicate. The tip off to investigate even more past the fact that this person could not be reasoned with about obtaining a visa for travel was the cat she said she had lol...it changed names. I'm STILL getting email. 'My dearest love Rick! Why you not write me! I miss you!' Ok...I ain't missing a thing. 'She' wanted me to come there now. Question would be, where is that? Not Ukraine...And could visualize me going over somewhere and be taken for a real ride. One that I may not come back from. I haven't seen the pics sent to me anywhere else. Have no idea why. However two of them were previously tested here.
Have fun...and geez. Highlighted words on here. How ironic when I hover the mouse over relationship it says find romance at singlesnet.com. I pity the poor real women out there that are being given a bad time from stuff like this.
ahaha..anonymous from Harrisburg, United States. right on the button, except most of the Russian scammers are quite young guys, in their 20s... probably smoke though. And you only get fooled once, recognize the signals and it's a piece of cake.
not worth wasting a perfectly good relationship on, that's for sure. On the other hand, there are real and cute Russian girls out there, only they won't land on your doorstep wrapped up in Xmas paper. How realistic is that? Plus they can't get a visa without you sponsoring them and sending over a mass of documents as well as them having plane tickets first. You have to go to Russia and meet them, which I've done twice and I'm currently engaged to a very nice Russian girl. We're waiting for Swedish immigration to grant her residency.