Scammer Anya


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Comment #132253
Hi !
Thank you for your letter. I'm glad you answered me. Thank you for
sending me the photo. I was very happy to see your photos. I really
liked your photos. I don't have Whatsapp and Viber. I've never
been there. What is it? How do you do? You're having a good day? I
have a good day today. I got your letter and it is an occasion for
joy. Were you happy when got my letter?
I want to tell you about my city. I live in a city Sarov. It is in the
Central part of Russia. My town stands on the river called Sarov. My
city is a closed city. This means that in my city you can come only if
there is a special pass. This is a military town. You can read about
it on the Internet. You're probably going to ask me how I ended up in
this town? My family and I moved to this city in 1989. I was still a
child. My father was military and he was sent to serve in this city.
My mother told me my father often sent from city to city on business
trips. During the Soviet Union the military was very hard. Was the
constant moving and travel, but then our family left to live in the
city of Sarov. My mother told me that was very glad of it. She was
getting tired of frequent moving. My mother loved my father and were
willing to ride with him throughout Russia.
Now I live with my mother. I have no men. So I see no reason to have a
separate housing. So I decided to live with her mother. We are very
good together. We often talk, cook and do chores together. For me, my
mother is a mentor who helps to live in this world.
My growth of 170 centimeters, my weight of 61 pounds. What's your
height and weight? You gonna tell me?
I want to talk a little bit about his life. In 2008 I graduated from
economic University in city Nizhniy Novgorod. You know this town? It
is a city on the banks of the Volga river. After graduation I got a
job in a construction company in the city of Sarov, where I work now.
As I told you in my last letter, I work as an accountant.
I've never been married and it's kind of frustrating me. It seems to
me that with me something not so. Do you think I'm a pretty girl? I
have had serious relationships in the past, but they ended two years
ago. After that, I couldn't find a man. I'm 28 years old and I do not
go to clubs or places where a large crowd of people. In such places it
is difficult to find love. In such places people usually drunk. I want
to find serious man. So I decided to use the Internet. But, as it
turned out, the Internet is also difficult to find a serious man. I
met perverts and liars, there was ransomware naked photo. I said
goodbye to these people immediately. I will not send naked pics. I
have a good education. But then I met you. You seem like a serious
guy. What's your story? What made you want to look for love on the
Internet? Why don't you have a girlfriend? I'll be glad if you will
tell me. I understand that for you it may be personal information. But
I'm asking you to tell me. You used to communicating with girls from
Russia? How did you meet?
I'm glad we can be honest with each other. I am honest with you. I
want to be warm and pleasant communication. Now I finish my letter.
I'll be glad to get your letter and your photos tomorrow.
Comment #132708
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.