Russian dating scams tourist visa
Well, if she placed a half of dozen of those ads in different catalogs before, she may not remember to remove them later.
Also, the agencies may keep selling her address for their own profits.
If she is there just for the money, her letters will become less loving and less frequent, or she will even stop writing to you completely.
Yes, this looks like a typical "copy and paste" scammer.
This may be the truth - Internet-cafes DO cost a lot, and with the average salary in Russia is 0 - 0 per month, using the Internet cafe could be a big expense for her.But if this is one of the FIRST things she mentions in her very first letters, then it is a scam-alert. But if the letters are very personal and have all your questions answered in detail and do not have any other scam-symptoms, then it might just be that person's manner of speaking.If there ARE other scam-symptoms in the letters, then you may wish to be careful with that person. Universe contest and already have dozens of admirers chasing you - it IS probably a scam.Ask her to send you a scanned picture of her visa and then contact the Embassy that issued the visa to confirm its validity.Some ladies offer to come on a work visa and then to get a fiancée visa later. If you believe her intentions are pure, buy her the tickets instead of giving her the money.