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    Default Some of the signs...

    1) She does not answer your questions.
    2) She is overly romantic.
    3) She contacts you with a form letter type of communication.

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    What is "overly romantic"? Who is to determine that?

    How do you know if the letters are form letters? Unless you have an eye for those things, you won't be able to tell.


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    quote:Originally posted by elenag

    What is "overly romantic"? Who is to determine that?

    How do you know if the letters are form letters? Unless you have an eye for those things, you won't be able to tell.

    hmm
    1. falls in love with you over five emails. Has never met you; knows nothing about you. Is or claims to be "out of your league".
    2. sends pastel colored, fluffy letters full of suggestive earth&sea, wind&fire images. Canned, generic letters s-he could send to anyone.
    3. s-he over-reacts to your wildest or weirdest expectations. With Barney s-he's all Hulk Hogan & HHH; with Leroy s-he's kinkiest than a porn star; with Tiberius the divorced pastor s-he's a religious bigot. Most scammers won't bother with 3, tough.

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    what if she falls in lova after 50 letters?

    you guys are writing for people who know nothing about scams, I suppose. so, spell things out for them. you are not helping them without msome detailed explanations - you are confusing them even more.

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    quote:Originally posted by elenag

    what if she falls in lova after 50 letters?

    you guys are writing for people who know nothing about scams, I suppose. so, spell things out for them. you are not helping them without msome detailed explanations - you are confusing them even more.
    i thought i had posted here already.
    the problem is: be realistic.Use COMMON SENSE.With yourself first.
    Real people don't fall in love before knowing you as a real person.
    Real people don't fall in love at light speed (especially through a computer screen ).
    Real people don't fit you like a tight glove, no matter what; rather the opposite.
    Novelty seekers, scammers and time wasters do, because it's a job or it's entertainment, like a carnival dance where everyone is disguised and the best at it gets a prize.
    It all starts with common sense on my end of the computer screen.
    If i am like Danny de Vito but never starred a hollywood mainstream blockbusting movie, and some penthouse pet look-alike dies to be with me, red flag.
    If i have weird hobbies, weird sexual habits, live in the middle of nowhere, in a trailer perhaps...am disabled, very old, whatever AND they have no problem with anything, that is simply because they are not going to live with me happily ever after...they're going to have some fun, and/or cash my wires, then fade into oblivion while they're meeting their real life domestic boyfriend [in case scammers aren't men ]at 19h30 for supper.
    Ask yourself how and when did you meet such a condescending, wonderful catch in your real life...never, right?
    The "enigmatic russian soul" has nothing to do with it...you're just being played like a fiddle.


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    Hey guys!!...Read my posts in here captioned 'MY RUSSIAN SWEETIEPIE - UPDATE"....My Russian "sweetiepie" just dumped me!!....Sniff! Sniff!.....[B)]...lol

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    Well I think this scammer forum is great! My Russian sweetiepie dumped me but then again I must admit it was sort of a vicarious thrill over the last almost four months.

    Any, I got to practice the art of composing loveletters which I never did in my life and it was rather fun I must admit.

    Us guys in here all just better realize that the people doing this stuff when they ask for money without you ever having met them are just plain common criminals and thieves after all. That you must realize as soon as possible or you are going to get fleeced and skinned out of some very hard cash and wind up with no sweetiepie to boot and a very damaged ego and pride.

    Invest in girls on your own turf. I do not have any problems with that but this certainly was an adventure to say the least.

    Since she never requested money from me I am wondering if I should post her as a scammer. What do you guys think??

    Her dumping email to me I just let go unanswered and this scammer forum alerted another guy who was corresponding with the same person.

    So come on guys....Smarten up and get wise!!!


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    quote:Originally posted by careerandjobcoach

    Hey guys!!...Read my posts in here captioned 'MY RUSSIAN SWEETIEPIE - UPDATE"....My Russian "sweetiepie" just dumped me!!....Sniff! Sniff!.....[B)]...lol

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    Forget about the overly romantic.
    2 major give-aways are

    1? the 'general interest' letters, that could be adressed to anyone. Check if your name, with more personal references appear INSIDE the letter and not only on top!!!
    2? not answering ANY of your personal questions or remarks...

    Then ask yourself... how can you "fall in love" with a guy you never met, you don't know... if you're honest, you're not even sure that the photo is 'real' or recent... (remember our vegetarian friend?)...

    But as I told before, I have a Russian girlfriend now, a 'real' one, we met (...) and everything is fantabulous... So there certainly are great real women out there... Just be careful!

    Prof.Dr. Berti Lemmes
    Head Department of Philosophy
    bertlemmes@cotmanuniversity.com
    www.cotmanuniversity.com


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    I am going to reply to this the best I can..even though this is my first post anywhere and I am not sure if I am doing this the right way...I had my first dealings with a scam artist in nov.05 and I have been online everyday since talking to scammers, some of them for over a year...I have had over 100 scammers talking to me...one example of a standard form letter is the russian woman that sends a general junk mail stating that she is looking to meet someone in the states....you reply...your reply could be short....it could be long....it could be very specific, I am talking about your first reply to them...about 2 to 4 weeks later I full page letter will show up saying that she got your reply and will state the fact that it was short or long but nothing about any question you may have asked...she only scantly brushes over any thing that may resemble an answer to what you said in the first paragraph then the entire rest of the letter is all about her...her plans...she talks AT you..but not TO you...here is an example for an on going scam..

    Hi my new friend
    Im glad to see that you have decided to reply,I see it is very short letter.
    It is all right because you are astonished to get my letter.
    I want you to know that I have only good intentions and I have not any secrets.
    The thing is that I will work in your country for three months or so and
    I would like to meet a nice man to fall in love or just be closest friends.
    I don't want to live in Russia because I have not any chances here,
    it is hardly possible to explain from first time but I want you to know my
    plans

    She will ask you where you live...the name of your airport...but questions in your next reply to her will never be addressed.I dont care how detailed you are...you may say that my growth was stunted and I am only two feet tall, does it matter to you...she will never answer your question..instead the next letter will talk to you in the first paragraph but every thing is just in general and could apply to anyone anywhere and then she will just ramble on and on about how happy she is that you have taken a interest in her and all that jazz...I have all kinds of pictures and letters from scammers and as I get enough evidence I will report them this site, hoping that someone would be smarter than I was their first time around and check here first to see if that woman they fell in love with is known to be a fake.

    Patrick Little

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    quote:Originally posted by myrddin45

    Forget about the overly romantic.
    2 major give-aways are

    1? the 'general interest' letters, that could be adressed to anyone. Check if your name, with more personal references appear INSIDE the letter and not only on top!!!
    2? not answering ANY of your personal questions or remarks...

    Then ask yourself... how can you "fall in love" with a guy you never met, you don't know... if you're honest, you're not even sure that the photo is 'real' or recent... (remember our vegetarian friend?)...

    But as I told before, I have a Russian girlfriend now, a 'real' one, we met (...) and everything is fantabulous... So there certainly are great real women out there... Just be careful!

    Prof.Dr. Berti Lemmes
    Head Department of Philosophy
    bertlemmes@cotmanuniversity.com
    www.cotmanuniversity.com

    I'd like THREE bachelor degrees and a couple Ph.Ds but i have only $300 to spend. Can you possibly help?

    quote:http://www.philosophy.ox.ac.uk/past_papers/FHS/102_-_Knowledge_and_Reality_sample_-_2000.htmlVSwww.cotmanuniversity.com/depts/phil/phil.html
    Bad cut & paste job for a starting up DEGREE MILL, herr Doktor.

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