Scammer Irina

Irina
29
Russia
Saratov

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Comment #128512
Hello my new friend ! How was your day? What you'll deal with
tomorrow? I was pleasantly surprised when I saw your letter in my
mailbox. A friend of mine, unfortunately I do not have other social
networks. I do not have the possibility to use them. At the very
beginning of our acquaintance, I want to say that I'm interested. I'm
looking for a serious relationship, just sex, and meeting one night I
do not care. I'm a grown woman, and I want to create a family, and a
strong relationship, and everything else I've achieved. Now I want to
tell you about myself a little bit more, so that you metaphorically
represented with someone rewrites. Of course I want to, and you tell
me a little about you. OK my friend? I am a Russian girl, but I was
born in Ukraine and lived there from birth. My dad was Russian and my
mother half Russian. That's why I consider myself a Russian woman that
has the blood of the Ukrainian people. I am 29 years old, I was born
in 1986 on 25 October. On a horoscope is my zodiac sign Scorpio. All
my life I lived in Ukraine but now I live in Russia. I live in a city
called Saratov is Saratov region, distance to Moscow 857 kilometers. I
think you heard what's going on in the South East of Ukraine? In
Ukraine, I lived with my aunt. My parents were not ready to have a
child when I was born. And in the hospital after I was born left me.
My mother ran away from the hospital 5 days after my birth. My father
did not take the phone and since then he was gone. I took over the
education of my aunt, her name is Marina. She raised me from
childhood. She's my mother's older sister. Marina is a very good
person and I replaced my mother. But it turned out that she sent me to
Russia, but she did not go. She remained in the Ukraine. She's an
adult and says that there will be no where to go. I called her back to
Russia. But she said that it was too late to arrange their lives anew,
and it is already old. By this it will not have to travel, and Russia
it never will like it. She said that will live in Ukraine until the
end. And I said that I should take care of himself and is rather happy
with their personal lives. After this has been a year I left the
Ukraine, but our farewell I remember like it was yesterday. I still
feel sad and lonely. I'm worried about her because in Ukraine are
created disarray and dangerous to live there. I often call her on the
phone from the negotiating points. In Russia, I did not go alone, but
with his best friend. We fled as refugees to Russia. I have lived in
Russia for more than a year, and this time was very slow for me. I
received a Russian passport. I was with my girlfriend was given a room
in the hostel. We provide us with work in our professions. Since the
education I have a stylist. Helped me get to a beauty salon. In
Russia, a very small salaries in comparison with Ukraine. But I have
nowhere to go and I'm glad that I can earn a meal and a roof over his
head. But I'm not complaining. I try to live and spinning as much as
possible to provide itself in a foreign country:) I confess to you
right away, I tried to meet with a man in Russia. But I did not.
Russian Ukrainians do not like, and they are not very fond of visiting
people. They believe that the Ukrainian people should Russian people
and consider themselves superior to all Ukrainians. By this I do not
want to communicate with Russian men. My friend from work told that
some of her friends met on the Internet. By this, I decided to try to
meet a man on the Internet. As my new friend, I told you my little
story of life. Tell me about your life. Where do you work? What do you
like to do in your spare time? What are your interests? Tell me about
your town. To me all this is very interesting. I've never been in your
country and I am interested to know what you're doing out there) I
hope that I see from you in the near future. I fasten a few of my
photos to the letter. Write me an email. I'll wait for your answer.
Irina!
Comment #129024
The U.S. Embassy receives reports almost every day of fraud committed against U.S. citizens by Internet correspondents professing love and romantic interest. Typically, the Russian correspondent asks the U.S. citizen to send money or credit card information for living expenses, travel expenses, or "visa costs." The anonymity of the Internet means that the U.S. citizen cannot be sure of the real name, age, marital status, nationality, or even gender of the correspondent. The U.S. Embassy has received many reports of citizens losing thousands of dollars through such scams. American citizens are advised never to send money to anyone they have not met in person.