Scammer Olga

Olga
30
Ukraine
Lutugino

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Comment #132035
Hello, dear !

I'm glad to see that my interest to our communication is mutual. You
already seem to be rather smart and communicative man, I like it)

So, a few words about myself, ok?) My full name is Olga but you may
call me Olya or Olechka. I'm 30 years old and I live in a small town
Lutugino which is on the east of Ukraine. I was living exactly in a
war zone. Now there is no war here, but this region is still occupied
by separatists. I love my country but it's too hard to live here now,
so I'd want to move out from here and live a usual happy life. I'm
very sociable girl and Besides looking for a teammate and friend (and
soon more of course) I also look for new experience. Sure, I hope to
become a perfect girlfriend and wife in future, but first of all, I
need to find a real love (cause I'm one of those who will better stay
alone than be unhappy with somebody).

I think that IT is a good field of activity. I used to be an artist
for many years until this job lost it's relevance because of war. Tell
me more about yourself please. I would like to know about your life,
dreams and interests. I like listening cause we all are so different.
By the way, do you like to travel? I saw almost each city and place in
my county and dream about a possibility to see much more. I hope to
make my dreams real once. Unfortunately I don't have an international
passport yet (that's why I have never been abroad, but I try to start
a paperwork. I also try to study English and I already have not bad
results.


Well, I think that it's enough for a first time and here's your
turn to reply. I'm waiting impatiently for your letter.

With my best wishes, Olga:)
Comment #132140
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