I don’t want to live in Russia because I have not any chances here, it is hardly possible to explain from first time but I want you to know my plans.
The thing is that I will work in your country for three months or so and I would like to meet a nice man to fall in love or just be closest friends.
As I discussed in another article, scammers have been quick to capitalize on the growing popularity of Internet dating.
Quite often, scammers make contact with potential victims via Internet dating services.
I am full of plans and different dreams and I want to share my life with good man because I’m also full of love and tenderness, I know that I am not so beautiful like Hollywood Princess but I do hope to meet my Prince and I am sure he will be not be disappoined to meet me in the real life! Well, I will close this letter and I do hope to get your reply.
I will leave russia in two weeks or so (I can’t tell you everything exactly right now) and I would like to be sure that I have the man who waits for me there. I hope you to me will answer Kiss Marina “Marina” manages to portray herself as rather sweet and innocent, and gullible would-be lovers are likely to reply again, no doubt further swayed by the attached photographs of an undeniably pretty young lady.
I responded to one of these scam emails (using a disposable email address) and received the following reply: From Marina Pretty Hi my new friend Im glad to see that you have decided to reply, I see it is very short letter.