Well I can totally agree with Fuzzy bear wondering about humanity!
What a world we live in, these people are as said by someone else worse than even the Nigerian 419 scammers, they target people who want money whereas these target people looking for love and companionship.
There are a lot of sick puppies out there, these ones have nice puppies (breasts)though?!
anonymous from Germany
'...they target people who want money...'
I am not enough in the language to understand,
that means for me different scammers target each other scammer, hihihi
I can't believe girls would load up their own pictures generally,
often it may happen and might be obvious, in other cases different people will use pictures of girls, maybe 'friends' or relatives or something else. Sometimes you can see pictures of models- you know. ;-)
I am again in a 'case of Kazan connection' how I would call it. Similar patterns (of style) like last year with the girl above. My first letter was based at a question, where I asked why a girl in the mid of 20ies would search for a guy until range of 45.
Following a romance...
If I would not have searched for the locality of last years girl, would not have found these pages and it would be harder to 'objectify' what I experience.
a question for money came into the play together with some pressure of time...
Can't believe the girl at the photographs is the subject, somebedy else may cover himself behind I suppose.
It is diabolic and you can t trust anybody you can' see and asses their character.
So after these experiences it might be dangerous to give any personal information away.
Just to penpall might be a risk. I am not a anxious character anyway but have to calculate which information I can give away.
Internet love connections and mail-order brides rarely ever work out, and John (played by Ben Chaplin) should have known. Having never been lucky in the game of love and tired of waiting for the perfect woman to come along, John decides to take his chances and orders a mail-order bride from Russia online. At first, things seem perfect:*** his new bride Nadia (Nicole Kidman) is a gorgeous woman, and although she may not speak much English, her skills in the bedroom more than make up for any communication problems. When Nadia's 'cousins' unexpectedly arrive to celebrate her birthday, John is drawn into their web of corruption and crime.'
Usefull to watch and maybe think about,
not to increase somebodies fears
maybe it might be usefull to look after people in the area around,
especially if you live close to a large city.
(exotic might be alluring)
*** here the description is simplyfying very much
anonymous from United Kingdom
...they target people who want money...'
This means that somebody can be tempted to fall for the scam because they are greedy and think that they can get rich quick if they go along with the 'offer' which of course is a scam!
I think that the photos are a mixture of ones made for the scam, or stolen from the internet, or possibly the girls who are involved in the scam use their own photos from special occasions such as the girl above (i.e. the graduation, holidays, birthday, etc.).
Did you say that you are in contact with a new possible scammer from Russia? I have had messages from about 15 different girls from Russia through faceparty.com so far in the last 6 months and most seem to be scammers.
The majority of them use girl-next-door rather than model photos and they also use form-letters that can be found on anti-scam websites! Some do not use these letters and write personal replies to my emails!
This makes it harder to prove that they are scammers, but there is some information that I can find on the internet that suggest that they are, such as email addresses, I.P. numbers and lack of relevant comment in their messages.
I have seen 'Birthday Girl' my friend lent me a D.V.D. after I told him about my contact with a Russian girl on the internet! I thought it was quit funny, it is on T.V. tonight by a strange coincidence?!
Yes, you should be careful with giving away personal information with people on the internet, there is some identity theft crime that happens when criminals get names and addresses of people and then use this information to gain credit cards or bank accounts.
here is a FIRST letter of a young woman which is writing to me.
In this first letter I see some of limping statements which are jumping in my mind.
( I can't express in correct idioms)
Please write to my mailadress I let behind above- I don't like to discuss here.
>>(...)Would like to have happy family to like and loved. And I think it
Each woman wants. I have very loyal both good characters. And my heart
Feelings, that in us something to appear... Probably strong friendship
Or it is possible, that it - is more. <<
>>Please, when you will write to me, to write
About character, a hobby which you like to make at a leisure and as
You consider to women. Well CONCERNING me I have one hobby, I like to
Will be prepared, and when in me during a free time, I take the culinary book, and
I prepare for various dishes. It confidently appears - very much
she likes to cook I suppose ;-)))
but when they copied the text one row got lost- that s really funny.
I guess they won't waste time and fall in love fast it could be ???
I guess all of these girls from faceparty which fall over one, when their
profile is so fresh that the portrait is not confirmed ;-))
and others more
are about these kind of ****
There are possibly two types of scammers out there in the Russian Dating Scam scene:
Ones that just use 'stolen/bought' photo sets and form letters and do not read your letters until 'the sting' (money request).
Ones that do not appear to use stolen or bought photos (use their own) and write their own letters and read your replies although it is of course possible that they are genuine even if they ask for money (not always for visa/tickets).
I have been in contact with both types and as soon as they realise they are not going to get money the emails either slow down or stop!
I have been corresponding with the scammers on faceparty so that I can try to get them to show that they are scammers and I can expose them on here and help to prevent their fraud/deception and hurting people emotionally.
anonymous from United Kingdom
Well somebody else has exposed her on faceparty.com with a mock profile that has some more photos for our viewing pleasure!! lol