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I already knew she was scamming, but your site informed me of some other scams I hadn't thought of.I don't have her email address anymore, if I had known about your site earlier I would have saved it.You will notice the last two paragraphs, with the exception of the name, are identical. Rather than agreeing to a Western Union arrangement, I politely tell her that both my accountant and banker tell me such an arrangement is not an option under the circumstances.
and I started to correspond with a women in the Ukraine, I did however run across your site after the first letter and was a lot wiser after that.I e-mailed Kiss and explained to them the situation, and to their credit they responded immediately, thanked me, and removed all four of the profiles I pointed out to them. If agencies such as Kiss are not informed of such unscrupulous activities it is hard to blame them for the fraudulent actions of a few of their members.To eliminate all Russian and Ukranian ladies from their site would be unjust to the innocent. The postings from Ukraine, in particular Lugansk are a mine field of scam profiles. I became suspicious after her response telling me that she had not corresponded with anyone else before and that I should ask her what ever I wanted to know, because she was new to this, assuring me that she was an honest person and would only answer honestly no matter what.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.
Her name; Larisa Sorenko, at least that's what this site listed her last name as.