Internet dating scams russian women
Well, they may all be real, they may all be fake, or there may be some real and some fake.
So a real girl may have posted her profile, and a Russian scammer thought it looked good, so he/she copied the pics and description and posted it on another site.
But it is an open site where thousands of members post their own profiles, so scammers slip through sometimes.
But be ready if you post profiles on Russian Cupid (formerly Russian Euro) or Ukraine Date.
Russian scammers post pictures and profiles of beautiful Russian women.
They may have downloaded the pictures of some Russian actress or model who you would not recognize, or they may have downloaded the pictures from a real girl's profile on another site.
Email scams are probably the most prevalent method of Russian scammers. Other times they contact you out of the blue via direct email.
You can't help but think "Gosh, how could this be a scam if she is paying for the trip? Or, another similar recent favorite is for Russian scammers to claim that they ALREADY have their visa and will be coming to your country and that they just need to choose the city...They just put all the email addresses they can collect through this method into a database for later use.And the "Russian woman" who writes you later won't usually be the pictures on this profile.I GUARANTEE Russian scammers will contact you on these sites.These are great sites and they always investigate reports of scammers and remove them immediately, but there's only so much they can do. And on these two sites, there are two really simple tricks to weeding out most of the Russian scammers without wasting a single minute: And if Russian scammers do slip through the radar by deviating from the standard email scammers playbook, like actually reading your emails and really customizing her responses, etc.