Scammer Olya

Olya
32
Ukraine
Slavyansk

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Comment #130000
Good day ! I am pleased that you did not leave me unattended.
Sorry for the late reply. I had problems with the Internet.
I use a 3G modem. ( is no very convenient ).
thanks for the photo! you make me smile! I like your torso.
You know, you might like to know about me. After all, the first
introduction always intriguing, isn't it? What language do you prefer
to communicate? My name is Olga. Did you forget that? Ha- ha! ( I'm
smiling ). You can call me just Olya. So call me friends. I am 32
years of age. I'm not married. And no children. I was born and lived
in Ukraine in the city of Slavyansk. I guess you heard about such
city? in connection with the military situation in Ukraine, many
residents had to move to Russia. Russia has extended a helping hand to
many of the refugees have been provided housing in some cities and
villages of Russia! If not Russia, I know what happened to my destiny!
I live in Russia throughout the year. Now I live in a small town
"Zvenigovo ". It is Near the city of Kazan. You know this town? I was
in this city when he got a job. The truth is, I have no experience of
communication and Dating online. I rarely use the computer, but of
course as modern people are still trying to understand the Internet.
still the 21st century! ( ha - ha! I smile ). I first decided to get
acquainted in this way and therefore don't know what write in such
cases. So I hope that you will help us to know each other? Have you
been looking for your soulmate? I also heard that on the Internet
there are all kinds of liars. But I hope we don't have each other to
lie. Do you agree ?

So please, to start our communication with understanding and
revelation. Yes, now we are far from each other and can present itself
in different ways. But I also want to tell you that I am an outdoor
person and I find it easier to communicate with a person when he is
with me. I admit, at first I was worried when I saw your letter on
email. And here we're already familiar! I'm even a little shy. But I'm
curious about you. Here I live alone, I rent a house from one good
woman. "Zvenigovo" is a small town. Here very beautiful nature and
fresh air! Near the river Volga. I don't know the area. I was
interested to know more, so can't tell you much about Russia. When I
arrived in Russia, I immediately went in search of work. I used to
work in a beauty salon "hairdresser" . Of course it was hard for me at
first. It wasn't easy, but I overcame all the difficulties. I am
hardworking and dedicated people. I have a little dream. In the future
I want to open my own beauty salon. But first I want to find a man who
will love me for who I am! Maybe you're my destiny? Ha-ha ( I'm
smiling ). I'm not saying I love you! It will seem easy and naive. I'd like to
know you more. But I'm glad our communication. Let's see what happens.
Because friends we will always remain. Will press forward to your
answer. If you have the opportunity, share with me your photo. I'd be
happy. Olya
Comment #130098
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.