Hi there, I too, began my search for a Russian lady 1 month ago.I wasted time but fortunately no money thanks to your site. She asked me for money in the second letter and I said no.
I don't have her email address anymore, if I had known about your site earlier I would have saved it.Her name was allegedly Larisa Skorenko and was supposed to be from near Kremenchburg, Ukraine.Warren I had already registered with an agency when I came across your site.I had just begun corresponding with a woman from Ukraine when in her 2nd letter she asked for money for correspondence.Tristan Harwood, defending, told the court the 'tide was fully up', which meant the dramatic pictures of the crash were 'misleading'.
He said: 'As the tide went out these images make the incident look considerably worse, he didn't really hit the breakwater, he bumped it.'The court heard that Kinnaird had missed the navigational light near the pier before crashing into it and becoming stranded.I said "no" and in her next letter she did everything from pleading to insults to questioning my manhood if I didn't send the money.I already knew she was scamming, but your site informed me of some other scams I hadn't thought of.The agency of Translation will contact you with your first or second letter requesting money for translations. I have hit on several, mostly for fun after I was taken the first time. So after a second response from her with no answers to the questions I had asked and after reading your site I decided to try something to see if she was genuine. 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.The coastguard insisted the boat had not hit the pier, but just crashed into the rocks blow.