Dating scammer natalya from russia

20-Aug-2017 08:33

Russian dating sites are very popular and while many men have met genuine, loving Russian women, unfortunately sometimes one encounters scammers as well.

There are many variations of online dating scams originating in Russia and Eastern Europe but they have in common a high emotional and financial cost to unsuspecting scam victims.

Sometimes, they will even cite certain immigration requirements to sound more convincing.

But rest assured, once you send that money that is the last you will hear from her.

The period from first contact to first cash request could be a few days or a few months but regardless how long you've "known" the person, a request for money is a scam.

Scammers operate from countries with low per capita income and even if a scam takes months to pay out it is worthwhile for them, even for just a few hundred dollars.

If you are seeing a Russian woman and are keen on meeting her, it is always wiser for you to go visit them instead of inviting them to visit you.

This way you can avoid losing money through a scam and a traditional Russian woman would probably prefer it if the man made the effort to come visit her.

After taking the time to get to know you, she says she's coming to visit you or wants to move to your country.

Scammers use services like Western Union because it is all but impossible to track the recipient of the money which can be picked up anywhere in the world.

A scammer could be a man or woman operating solo, posing as an attractive young lady, or part of an organized scamming operation.

She will then ask you to send her money for her plane ticket and/or visa.

This ploy also relies on the stereotypical assumption that all Russian and Eastern European women want to move to or visit America, Canada, the UK or Australia which simply isn't the case.

After taking the time to get to know you, she says she's coming to visit you or wants to move to your country.Scammers use services like Western Union because it is all but impossible to track the recipient of the money which can be picked up anywhere in the world.A scammer could be a man or woman operating solo, posing as an attractive young lady, or part of an organized scamming operation.She will then ask you to send her money for her plane ticket and/or visa.This ploy also relies on the stereotypical assumption that all Russian and Eastern European women want to move to or visit America, Canada, the UK or Australia which simply isn't the case.While most Russian dating websites are genuine, a number of them are fake and their so-called members are not real either.