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She has even sent me a copy of her passport with the visa. It could be paying for the Internet access, for English courses, for mother's operation, and the classics: for the visa and ticket to come to your country.- "she" ingores questions you ask in your messages and instead writes long-winded paragraphs about her city/country or some unrelated subjects (because scammers have to write a lot of letters they use pre-made letter templates where they change just your name and maybe a couple of other sentences to make it look like an answer to your letter). I am sorry, but getting your money back is highly unlikely.- "her" photos look very glamorours, like model pictures (scammers often steal photographs from aspiring model sites, or even well-known celebrities (mostly Russian) - "she" is 20 and you are 55 - "she" writes that she is in love with you in the third letter. Western Union or other ways scammers ask you to send money, do not have a way for recourse. Do not be disappointed about your idea to meet a Russian woman.I assume fake profiles are about the 70% of them None of the woman are able to connect by email and all use the same excuses.
As well if they do they write once just to build up trust but are very insitant on using the web site saying they cannot speak english or have no internet.
The woman I am corresponding with told me she already has a visa to come to the US and she only needs money for the ticket. Sometimes "she" claims that she has almost all of the money needed for the ticket, she just asks you to chip in three or four hundred bucks. The woman I am corresponding with told me she already has a visa and a ticket to come to the US and she wants me to pick her up at the airport and wants to stay at my place. Because they know that he who paid once is much more likely to pay again. What are the "red flags" I should pay attention to in a correspondence? The biggest one is asking for money, regardless of the pretence.