Scams dating women
And if you do engage in the pay-per-letter process, the girl may push for you to visit her through the services of her agency who will provide ground transport, apartment, interpreters, etc. The agency makes profit on all these items and shares a portion with the girl.Of course if a car arrives to meet you at the airport, and if you have an apartment to sleep in, if a translator is actually present on your dates, and your date actually shows up, then you might wonder where is the scam?Before you write to me asking about possible Russian dating scams, or post your question here on my site, here's the short answer: Below I'll discuss the categories of Russian dating scams and how they work is a good start to avoiding them, but you can actually avoid them without knowing very much about them by following a few simple guidelines.I'll summarize here: (1) Shop only on the reputable sites, and (2) "follow the money".But dating scams are EASILY AVOIDABLE with just a little common sense combined with a little guidance.
If you sign up for "direct-connection sites" (sites where members communicate directly with one another without any human intermediaries - like Match.com) and correspond via email with women you meet online, you will definitely encounter "Email Scams".
She agrees, but during the trip she refuses him sex, or later loses interest. He demands the gifts be returned and labels her a scammer. Well, there may be a small chance that all she wanted was citizenship (according to common American beliefs, that's all any of them want - see my discussion of Russian Women Myths for more about that), but that's very rare. But when the divorce rate in America is over 50% anyway why is it that only foreign women who get divorces are labeled as engaging in "marriage scams"? None of these are Russian dating scams by any fair definition.