Scammer Lena


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Comment #132034
Greetings from Ukraine!
Dear , it is a great pleasure for me to get your email. I saw your photo and I must admit that it’s even more that I was hoping for! You look great. So handsome and cute – just the man of my dreams! I am a dreamer who always hopes for the best and always sees only good side in people. I think it’s a nice quality of my personality. And I really think you’re a good person too =). Let’s just give a time chance to check if I am right. My first and probably the main question is why did you decide to meet someone through the Internet? As for me, I am looking for long lasting relationships. And I don’t really care about the way I will find them. My cousin found his wife online and I decided to give it a try too. By the way, I was wondering have you ever met someone you became acquainted with online? And what was your impression about that person? What can you tell me about your previous relationships, marriage? If it's not too personal of course...
in such a long distance communication it’s important to tell your dialogue partner everything about yourself. Do you agree with me ? Let me start my story. I will really try to make it as short as possible for you not to fall asleep while reading it lol)).
My full name is Helen, but my friends call me Lena. you can choose the variant at your convenience. I prefer Lena the most. I am single, never been married and no kids. I was born in 1986, the 17th of March. So I am 30 now (soon to be 31), though people say I don’t look my age at all. My zodiac sign is Capricorn if it’s important for you. My height is 164 cm, my weight is 50 kg. I am from Ukraine. Well, technically now the territory of my Motherland is occupied by dissident armed forces of so-called Donetsk People’s Republic. It wasn’t my choice, so I was forced to escape from my native city Horlivka to the closest town but on “the other side” of the war – Dzerzhynsk (recently it has been renamed to Toretsk) in Donetsk oblast. It is not occupied by separatists. My Horlivka city and Toretsk are actually the neighbors. The distance between them is only about 5-7 kilometers. You may ask me why I escaped that close to the war. I will answer that I’ve tried to move far away from here, but unfortunately it’s too expensive to live in bigger cities... But I’ll tell you more about it in my next emails.
I am Bachelor of Pedagogy and I am working as a nursery teacher here in Toretsk =). Yes, I love kids and I decided to devote my life to them. I am also not that bad in studying languages. I was practicing English since the high-school by myself and I think I can easily speak and write it. Libraries help a lot. As for my leisure I like to attend aerobics and to dance. I also like to take care about my health and eat healthy food. What do you like to eat ? I bet I can learn how to cook it =). I don’t smoke, drink or use drugs. What about you? I am Orthodox btw.
I regret to say but I have problems with using Internet… I don’t have my personal computer at home so I need to attend Cyber café for communication. There is only one café like that here, it has no cameras… Everything is old here, it seems like it came from Soviet past. I do have the phone but it’s as old as the planet Earth :). I can’t download any app on it. But I can easily give you my phone number so you can call me but only when we’ll know each other better. Unfortunately practice shows that it’s very incautious to give your phone number to strangers. They might call you in the night and appear to be not very nice people…
I am sure we can become good friends first and then… who knows ;). Tell me more about your aim. What are you expecting to find here? What is your usual day looks like? please tell me more about you and don’t be shy to ask me questions =).Thank you in advance!
Good Wishes Always,
Comment #132144
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.