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She appeared in our database from 2007-03-22
, financial damage US $ 250
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Scammers anti scam guideI am a new member, but I felt I should contribute since the scammers are out there. Sadly, I forget the names, but that is not important. There are a few things I have noticed that are not on Elenas Blacklist hints. First, read Elenas list! Buy her books if you need to, but learn! Things to look for: Number 1, run your cursor over the received section of e-mail inbox. It will show you the time letter was sent. This is only good if you correspond with more than one woman from an agency. If there is more than one, compare the times. The chances of two or more women responding to you within minutes of each other is slim. I got three all written no more than five minutes apart! Right. Second, carefully read the contact sheets. I have found several where not only the e-mail is the same, but the home, work phones and addresses are, too! Carefully read more than just the bios you are interested in. Compare them. I have found two girls whose bios were identical. The only difference was age, birthday and variation of name. Also, use common sense and intuition. Basically, if she hints at needing money, there has got to be a problem. At least in the first year before many letters , calls, etc. What self-respecting person legitimately asks a new acquaintance for money regardless of reason? Especially so, if they are not together in person. Asking at the mall while shopping together is a little funny. Asking for money without even meeting is laughable! Unless you are a con artist. Be realistic. Not everybody is Alec Baldwin. Looks are often universal. If a woman who looks like she could be a model is responding to you based on a note and a photo and she makes all the other women in your life look plain, well, hmm. Let me put it another way. As a man, there is a type of woman that you consider not for you. It may be different than other men. Nonetheless, would YOU write to one of those just because she is from another country? No? Ok, then be realistic. Like attracts like more often than not. Now, that is not to say that it could not, and does not, happen. After all, beauty IS superficial and it IS what is inside that matters. You may have found a person that believes that. But they are rare. Lets face it. A lot of the men are not honest either. They may not ask for money. But many either exaggerate their situation or know in their heart they have no way they can fly to Russia and marry this young woman. They like the idea, but the doing is not right for them. It is sort of like calling 900 numbers for these men. Entertainment that feeds fantasies. Or the men have difficulty meeting anyone and thus it feels safer to try this way. Women are not all THAT different. Maybe in values, they can be. Most women want a kind, strong, caring man who is secure and confident. Maybe the woman wants to work, fine, but no woman wants a bum! But a man corresponds anyway, knowing full well he is not the type to be able to support her, or take her out on the town, do what she likes, etc. Women are women regardless of color, creed or culture. Whether you are a strong hunter in a jungle village or you are a confident businessman or plumber, either way you give safety and security! And they want that. All that being said, I believe many of these women are legitimate just as many of us men are. I have had friends from Russia who tell me that the family IS stronger there than here in the USA, for instance. I have grown tired of pretty faces with empty souls. So, I began to look at cultures where family values are more stressed. Heck, here in USA you have a 3 in 4 chance of a failed marriage! That is too many people who think divorce is normal to give good odds of finding a keeper. Granted, alimony and maybe even citizenship could appeal to women from Australia to Zimbabwe! I am having fun with it and I suggest you do to. More than likely you have to filter through some scammers to find a real woman. Just like you would at a bar or pub at home. Most you meet wont work out, but there is that one out there... Sincerely, R.L.
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