Most users simply disregard such emails but some people are curious and can be sucked in.Elena warns, “99% of those emails are hoaxes designed by professional Internet criminals. The texts of the letters are prewritten and often sent and received by a database-driven computer script.”“The only real thing in the whole story is the money that a man sends to someone in Russia.The wise thing to do is to never send money to anyone you haven’t met in person.” I think it was your first experience with Russian and Ukrainian online dating. Furthermore, I am sure that Masha works for this agency as a model-translator-communicator.
I was very happy for finding her and sent her an e-mail with the help of Google translator in order to let her know that I wasn´t able to send more mails until a few days more.
For me it has been really difficult to accept cause I don´t trust this person who is talking to me now, but I don´t want to regret missing the chance of meeting her if she is real.
After watching the videos of Tony Bochene in your blog and hearing about the term cash cows, I believe that Masha’s profiles fit the profile perfectly.
I tried to reach her through again by uploading to her profile and image of her receiving one of the gifts I sent her for women´s day but nothing happened again.
After that, I decided to test the person of the online dating site by showing to him/her a picture of Masha and her friends that I had extracted from her profile at the social network and ask some questions about it.
Furthermore, I used the social network search tool and found other profiles; this one may seem dodgy or shady.