I have been exchanging letters and beautiful pictures with a stunning Russian girl from a small town just outside of St. Though her English is not the best, she speaks from her heart and communicates in a truly meaningful way.
This has been going on for about four months, and though I've read up on all the Russian romance scams and Russian dating scams on the Internet, I find it hard to believe that someone I speak to nearly everyday could by a predator.
Before I get too much more involved I'm wondering if there's any surefire way to tell if this is a scam or not? There are so many ways to detect the person is genuine or not.
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5) And Last but not the least check her IP address. Here I have one of the funny valentine's day quotes- First love is only a little foolishness and a lot of curiosity. In any case you'll find out a fantastic country and people that you won't forget. If you are not logged in, your comment will first be moderated before showing up on the page. Please don't resubmit your comment when you don't see it appear immediately.
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2) Even the main profile punch line would be grammatically wrong like I a pretty girl OR I a socialization girl.
You can Google it and will find so many profiles with the same name.
3) She has a profile from Kazan, Kirov and Cheboksary. Just try these above tips to apply the loyalty test. I have been living in Russia for a while and, though there are certainly girls interested only in the money and the chance to live abroad, most of them are like the rest of people in the world, trying to find a true love.
OR from US / UK and the excuse will be site does not allow me to create account from Russia. 4) They pretend that they hate Russian males so they only search for foreigners. In my opinion, it is hard to tell just from letters, you should go there and find out by yourself.
Learn about scam tactics and look for their modus operandi, and you will be much better off.
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