Scammer Halyna

Halyna
30
Ukraine
Kiev

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Comment #132176
Hi, it's me again.
I am writing to you with a mailbox that is my own, and if you want to
answer, I'll wait for your letter here. I will be very glad to see your reply.
Get introduced through the Internet is new to me. I am not on social networks
such as Facebook. Because all the time I spend at work, and try to free my family
to pay. But my best friend has found a husband through the Internet. That's her
He advised me to apply to the Internet agency. May be you ask where I got your e-mail?
the agency, which is located in Kiev called "Virginia" and website - interkontakt.net, I was offered a site
where you can register and find a mate, where I found several e-mail and photos.
I chose to write to you. I hope you are happy because now we have the ability
to communicate. I'm looking for love and
I do not want to play feelings. I only want a serious relationship without
deception and games. Now I am writing to you, and a little worried. If I had
the opportunity, we could talk on Skype, but unfortunately I do not have such
an opportunity. My computer is too simple and old and it does not have a camera.
I want you to write a little about yourself. My name is Halyna. I am 30 years old. I live in Ukraine,
the city of Kiev. I'm looking for happiness in this life. I want to meet your
soul mate, because man can not live alone. I already had a sad experience in building relationships. But nothing
good came, I was very painful wound through the heart. And I did not
want more wrong, and suffer. I Want to meet a man,
who will love me, respect and appreciate every moment held
together. I work as an editor of the journal. I live with my parents.
We have a spacious apartment, so there is enough space
everything. My parents have aged. I live with my parents to help
them. We have a very good relationship with my parents. I trust them in everything,
they have a very good and open people. I listen to the advice
your parents. I also have a sister, a younger sister. She is only 13 years old.
We have a big age difference, but it does not prevent us to be a good sister
and best friends. Her name is Olga. I hope that you will answer my
a letter and we will continue our acquaintance. I understand that
between us is a big difference in language, culture and country. But I believe that
this should not prevent us. You will be interesting to learn more about me
my country its customs. And I'm curious to know more about you. I write
you a letter through an interpreter. And I ask you to forgive me if I suddenly
write a word that you do not understand or make a mistake. But I'm a fast learner. I was learning
English in school, but that was long ago. I hope this is not a problem for
us. I will help you learn my language and you help me. I think it's
it will be interesting))) to study each other. Maybe later, when we get to know
each other better, we can talk on the phone, but it is too early to talk about this,
we have to get closer to each other. I think that the main thing in humans
not outside, but inside. Most importantly some inner peace. I think that
we will not have problems with our acquaintance, it will be very interesting.
I hope that I was able to write this letter, their intentions and purpose
in life. I'm going to wait for your letter. I hope in
we will succeed. I send you my photo. I also want to ask you more of your photos,
I would like us to know each other not only in the letters, but also visually. In the next letter I
I'll write a little more.
In the hope of a reply, Halyna from Ukraine.
Comment #132709
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.