Scammer Vika

Vika

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Comment #132274
hello ,
thank you for your message- I am sorry for the delay but I did not check my mail.
I am a very easy going and diplomatic woman, so I don't quarrel so much. I always prefer to talk thinking through.
Sometimes I am right and sometimes I am wrong. You have to be able to accept that. Then the best thing after a quarrel is a big hug and a tender kiss... And when I am wrong, I always try to tell my excuse as soon as possible, of course.

My friends always come to me when they have problems and need someone to talk to. I always try to take care of my friends in the best way. I work as an administrator at the restaurant, I like my job and I have been working at the same place for many years already. I have come there and started working as a waitress while I was a student, then I finished my education, graduated from the university but stayed the same place and was promoted to the administrator.
when people lose their job here they are very stressed and try hard to find at least something before they get a real good job or people here do not leave the old job till they find the new one.

But I am lucky with my work, it is stable and I like it.

If you have questions – you are free to ask them.

I have viber – but I would like to tel you that do not believe that it is possible to build something serious through viber- I had an experience of communication only through viber and this communication did not lead to meeting in real. My aim is to have real relations- viber can work after we have met in real. For now it can be way to stay in touch but I prefer letters as the main mean of communication- it is not a problem to give you my phone for viber but I would like to know your ideas about it

sincerely

Vika
Comment #132368
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