Scammer Vika Vika Fedoseeva

Vika
Vika Fedoseeva
Ukraine
Pervomaysk

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Comment #129397
Hello !

Thank you for your letter. And I am happy the beginning of our friendship and
communication. What can I say about myself?
I live in Ukraine in the small town of Pervomaysk. It is in the south of Ukraine
Mykolaiv region. Our area is very beautiful - and thresholds
scenic shore Yujniy Bug River. I am sure that you will like.
With all the Ukrainian people go here for the rafting.
I love sports and I work in a sports club, a fitness-instruktor. I
I do with groups of girls and give individual training. To me
really like my job. And the main thing that I can keep myself in good
form and also get paid for it)
I am a sociable, friendly, love nature, animals. I dream of a family with
loving man. I am ready to leave my country and go to live in another
the place where the meeting her lover.
I speak English a little.
I live with my parents and sister. Younger sister, she for 24 years. She is
nurse. Father is seasonal work in the field. Mom nurse like my
younger sister.
Unfortunately, I do not have skype and whatsapp.
Write me more about you that I had a better understanding of the man
with whom I communicate. Write to me about your plans. How long do you plan to
correspondence before we actually meet? What are your expectations?
I'll be waiting for your letter.
Comment #129533
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