Scammer Tatiana Tany

Tatiana
Tany
29
Ukraine
Donetsk

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Comment #131866
Hello dear !

Thank you for your answer ! The fact that you haven`t found my letter
obsessive or strange makes me happy ;) I am very glad that you are
interested in me too.

Do you like your job? It seems to be very responsible.You are very
hardworking, I appreciate this quality in men.

What do you do for living? What are your hobbies? Do you have
children? Is your family big? What woman do you want to see by your
side?

let me tell you some facts about me. My name is Tatiana but you
can call me Tany . I was born on the 26th of January 1987 year so I am
29 years old. My height is 165 cm and my weight is 51 kg. I hope it
suits you :) I am a kind, cheerful, sociable focused on the marriage
lady, I like to laugh and always exude positive.

I live in a nice city in Eastern Ukraine called Donetsk. I am sure you
have already heard a lot about it and the whole Donbas region. We
suffer from a cruel war here. There was a lot of bombing here in 2014
year. Now there is no open military confrontation and it seems to be
calm but it is not true. Unfortunately, Russian terrorists rule here
and they have blocked our region from all sides. We have the border
even with Ukraine and you need a special permission document to cross
it. They have also disabled telephone connection and access to such
services as Skype, Whatsapp, Viber and so on. So as you see everything
is rather sad here. But our people are famous for their optimistic
mind and everybody has a hope on the best solution of this situation.

My family is not so big but these people are my sense of life. My
father`s name is Sergey. He is an example for me of who is a real man.
My mother left us when my younger sister Sofia was three years old and
even haven't called us any more. So my father had to be both mom and
dad for us. I attach photos of our family to this letter so that you
can see how my family looks like. I hope you will like them :)

As for my education I have graduated the university as an accountant
But it was my father`s desire. I have never liked this profession. I
am a creative person and love to draw. So I started a little business,
which was connected with nail-designs. Oh, I was so happy! This was a
job of my dream! But this stupid war has ruined everything. And my
business doesn`t exist any more. So now I am starting my life from the
beginning. And I will cope with it :)

Do you want to learn more about my likes? My favorite color is white,
favorite dishes are Caesar salad and dumplings. Have you ever tried
dumplings? It is a national Ukrainian dish made of the dough stuffed
with potatoes, cottage cheese or any fruit and berries. I`m fond of
reading , dancing and going in for sports. I don`t smoke and drink
very seldom as I`m a follower of a healthy lifestyle.

There is one more thing that I should tell you. I`m very bad in
foreign languages to my shame. That`s why I have to use services of
translation agency to write these letters to you. I know that now you
think that there is no sense to stay in touch with me but I promise
that I will find a teacher and learn English :)

Okay,I will let you go for now. I hope that my letter did not
discourage your desire to communicate with me. I am looking forward to
hear from you soon. Take care. With the best wishes, Tany.
Comment #131940
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