Scammer Avrorskaya Avrorskaya str, 15/27, Novoazovsk, Ukraine, alina

alina
Avrorskaya
Avrorskaya str, 15/27, Novoazovsk, Ukraine,
Avrorskaya str, 15/27, Novoazovsk
ukraine
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ukrainedate

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Comment #131692
She not PICS, stolen pics: of denis milani

https://www.instagram.com/denisemilaniofficial/
scram passeport:
http://www.romancescam.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=7044&p=514240#p514240

I am glad that my letter didn't leave you indifferent, *****! It made
my day as - I don't know even why - I was waiting for your reply!!!
And I am glad to get it! It is interesting to know more about you and
so we continue our communication! The day today is sunny as well as my
mood:) Thanks for the pictures! I like you!

Frankly speaking, I hate talking about myself, because I really don't
know what to write - I am just afraid that everything won't be
interesting for you, Joel! Ukraine is in Europe, just check it! I
think maybe it is necessary to tell you about my family, but it is a
pity - there isn't much to talk about. My parents passed away in car
accident when I was 12 and I was raised by my grandparents. Now I have
my Grandpa only. I am sending you the old picture with him, I don't
have any newer one as he doesn't want to make them:) He cared about me
and even being the teenager - when you think you are the best already
and don't need anything - he proved me I need to study and thanks to
him I finished the university, so I speak English well and now I am
really happy of that - I can communicate with you easily though I
don't have my own computer. In summer 2014 when it was awful war and
nothing worked I sold my laptop and smartphone to buy food and
medicines for my Grandpa. He refused to leave the war region saying
that here there are the graves of his daughter (my mother) and wife
and his place is here. He told me to leave, but as you guess I
couldn't leave him alone in this hell.

Dear djfhrJoelyt, I have already told you that I am looking for family
happiness and be sure - I know what I am talking about. I was hurt by
my divorce, I didn't have full family and siblings in my childhood and
now I know that meeting your beloved person at home with the hot
dinner on the table and smile on your face, watching your kids playing
around - nothing is more important in life. Do you agree? My ideal
partner... I am not looking for an ideal man, but for the one with
whom we can not only laugh, but also cry together, who will be next to
me both in happy and hard moments of the life. Dear Joel, please, give
me your thoughts about my words. Are you looking for the same? Do you
agree with my words? I will wait for your reply and I hope that
tomorrow or in the nearest future another your letter will make my day
better:)

With warm and naughty kiss;),
Alina.
Comment #131693
She have a lot of perfile and lot of scram website
Comment #131971
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