Scammer Rose Vardakis

Rose Vardakis

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Comment #133908
Hello dear,
I received your mail with happiness in my heart because i have been scared of meeting men who will only love me for the fun of it. but i am glad to meet a man who want a long term relationship. I am ready to build a relationship that will be permanent. i am ROSE VARDAKIS, 28 January 1985, 32 years old single never married, i am 1.64 m tall, and weigh 56 kg, I was born to an USA father and an Europe Mum.. i was raised by my Aunt in Brisbane Australia because i lost both of them to an accident. i was brought up in a farm house, maybe this tells why i know much about animals. i studied bible in high school in Brisbane and this led me to Missionary work
I tried to Include in my profile that i was a missionary and traveled around but it was not accepted , Well I just got posted to a village in Nigeria on my mission trip.

I have traveled to several countries in my short time as a missionary and i have gathered different experiences and views about life. I joined the ministry and i work with the underprivileged, orphanages, and motherless babies, and help to eradicate HIV aids, and i equally teach self esteem to sick kids....

I need a man who is mature and older and who is ready to care for me. I joined the Missionary in 2007 just to keep my boring life busy but unfortunately, life have been more boring at the camp base here in Nigeria this is why i want to leave here but i want it to be when i have met the right man whom i prefer to be a in I love Holland because i really wish to settle for a life in Holland I love Holland although i have only been there once. i will want to go back there.. please tell me more about your work, life and your love experience.. because i am new to online dating, a missionary friend of mine introduced me to dating site.. are you also new to online dating? I will be waiting to read from you. What is your name, if you don't mind me as a Book mark.
i hope to read back from you soon
Comment #134049
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