Scam letter(s) from Valeria Yurchenkova to Paul (Australia)

Letter 1
Darling Paul!
I missed you badly... Every day I think of you and our soon meeting and dream how sweet it would be to be with you at last.
My sweetheart, I have news not really good one. I decided to go to the tourist agency to check if everything is alright with my papers. I have the visa and the ticket. But it is not enough.
Well, everything is fine with my papers but it appeared that I would have to have some money crossing the board. I am so tired from all this bureaucratic system. I am having a student visa and everyone who leaves for anothercountry having a student visa should have some cash crossing the board. So I will have to prove at the customs that I have some money with me. Your country is afraid of immigrants. And also Russian people are not really popular all over the world and they will check me any way at the customs.
I have 100 USD but this is not enough. I should have more 300-400 USD with me leaving the country. Dear, please, send me 200-250 USD.
As soon as you meetme at the airport I will give you the money back.
Please, understand me and my situation. There is so much already done, so much time and forces and money spent on all the stuff.
So, please, send me this money. And then everything will be already done. You can send me money to any office of Western Union or MoneyGram in Moscow. You know that I am still in Moscow and I am already so tired from this city and want to leave it so much.
Honey, I need you and want to bewith you as soon as possible.
You are the ray of light in my life. I want this all to be over soon and to get into your arms already. Hope you still feel the same about me and want me as much as I want you.
I love you!!!!!
With tenderness.
Letter 2
My dear Paul!!!
I tried to call you. But please, understand me that I am in Moscow and it is not so easy to do it. I tried to dial your number but it didn’t connect you. I asked at the airport to give me some phone number where you could call me. But they refused me. People are very bad in Moscow and they are interested only in money. I will try again to call you. But I am not sure I will be able to do it.
Please, understand that I should have money by all means. I already have my visa and ticket to come to your country. But your government has very strict rules for Russian citizens. They are afraid of immigrants so they ask me to fill in the declaration and to write the sum of money I am going to take with me to your country.
And if the sum of money is too small they will just not let me go through the custom. They can check if I really have this money with me.
That is why I ask you to help me with the money. I feel shame to ask you about it again. But no one can help me in this situation now that is why I ask you about help. At they agency they told me that at the customs they would check it for sure because of the student visa.
I will loose everything, my visa and my ticket. And also the money that I have already spent for this. Please, understand me and the forces I have spent for getting everything. It took me lots of forces to get the visa and to find money for the ticket. It took lots of forces to survive here in Moscow. I saved every rouble just to stay here. I stayed at the cheap rooms for people who had no money in Moscow. I didn’t stay at the hotel as I had no money for that. I stayed even at the airport several times. I did that for you, for coming to you.
I know that you have bills to pay. And that you don’t have extra money. But please, send me part of the money. I will give it back to you and will pay your bills. You will get the money back as soon as you meet me at the airport. You will not loose anything.
I need this money only to cross the board. I don’t lie to you and I have proved you already many times that I am real. I can’t do anything any more. Now everything depends on you. If you really want to see me, then you will send me money. If not, then not.
Please, trust me. And soon I will be in your arms.
Letter 3
You don’t trust me. I am going back to my city. The life in Moscow is very expensive to stay here for long time. You didn’t appreciate that.
It was very difficult to get visa and tickets and you just didn’t appreciate all my forces. But I did it for you. I see no other way just to get back to my city. I will wait for 3 more days and stay in Moscow for the case you decide to send me money. If not, then I am going back to my city and will not be able to come to you any more.
So it is up to you to decide if you want to see me or not.
Created: 2010-10-21    Last updated: 2010-10-21    Views: 1309


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