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Other Comments: The first e-mail I received will be the last I am sure due to my reply, however, I found an e-mail that is exactly word for word to the one I received. Obviously, these people, whoever they are, most likely mass mail these letters of love, desperation and commitment to their recipients. I have no doubt as to the accuracy of this person being involved in scamming. Here is simple enough proof: IP Adress is 126.96.36.199 Google that one and see where you end up! Also, have not looked into this yet, but, thejepg.img within here both show to originate from the following188.8.131.52
I just returned home from a 2 week trip to Moscow and saint-Petersburg! Russian is my 4th language but, when I travel abroad I don't tell anyone I speak the language... Ukraine is fun, with more girls and scammers, there are the typical girls that only profit from letter sales. These are the girls that send vague letters, don't really answer all your questions and shy away from meeting you 'away for travel, Comedy team is traveling same week your in town, Visiting relatives in small town' then my favorite are the translator tricks!!! I speak Russian, I listen to these girls talk about school, there job, even had 2 girls discussing her husband and 3 year old child's health while the man was sitting there asking this 26 year old girl 'Single, Never married, no kids' why she never married? after you buy the 'GIRL' and the 'Translator' diner at a expensive restaurant, THEY PICKED, Right? you pay the translator ($15 - $20 USD per hour) they get into a taxi, you paid for... split the money and laugh the whole free ride home!!! The next day, that Restaurant or Kafe, give a discount to the interpreter for bringing in business...
Food for thought...No, I currently have a J1-J2 student living with me from Odessa Ukraine, I met as a translator back in November 08, in Ukraine
OH, the story's she shares!!!