Scammer Marina Marina Mariika

Mariika
Marina
Marina
Ukraine

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Comment #131771
Darling, I was waiting for your letter a lot and really worried what
you gonna say because this situation hurts me very much. After
everything we have planned for it, I even paid for the rent of the
car, we found nice apartment and now this situation=(((((

frankly speaking, I told you, that of course I know about my
debt but I didn`t expect that it will be a problem of getting out from
the military zone but such is the situation right now. I`m really very
very sorry and nervous all the time about it because don`t know how to
be with it. Of course, I understand that it`s great sum but I just
thinking about what we have did for the trip, looking at the calender
and don`t know how to be. I paid for the rent and we should go out in
the night of 5 December. It means that we have only 5 days before my
leaving and then two more before your coming. And it makes me sad
twice more than I am because we are so short in time. I don`t want to
ask you to help me with this credit because you ahve already did for
my permit and car but from the other side, dear Peter, I don`t want to
lose the opportunity to see you. I`m really sorry about the war in my
country but I`m not guilty to live here. Such is my life right now.
Believe me, I would like to make something with it if I could. I
really still want us together like we planned, my lovely Peter. And
the last thing that I want to make is to hurt you...

Waiting impatiently for your thoughts, my darling
Yours Marina
Comment #131963
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