Is ukraine dating a scam
I wrote to her under another name and found out that the responses to that name were exactly the same form letters that I had been receiving when I wrote her my original real name.
I continued to do this about 4 more times and each time each response was the same even though I had asked different things under the different names.
But the e-mail was identical, [email protected], and the pictures were definitely of her.
As you can see by the pictures she sent me of her daughter, and the pictures she sent to the other gentlemen, her daughter appears to be at least two years older in the more recent photos. Now I know her game, or at least I suspect her game, so when she e-mails me the second letter, which I have provided her, I compare it to the second letter sent into this website by the same gentlemen who sent her other photos. But according to western due process I give her a chance.
I picked a girl from the AOL personals who called herself " [email protected] Her profile was nice and she appeared to be a sincere woman.
But the service I used to contact her, which I won't mention until I hear back from them concerning my letter of concern, had her listed as Larisa Dyrty.
She sends the same letters to everyone, in the last one I and My other name were sent an address , which is a P. box in Odessa and a telephone number for her "Mobile Phone " .
This letter once again was very vague, and again not answering anything specific that I had asked, I am grateful to you for your website and think everyone should read it before they fall into something that they believe is an honest relationship..
Her name was allegedly Larisa Skorenko and was supposed to be from near Kremenchburg, Ukraine.
Her partial email (from what I remember) was [email protected] the rest.