Miss Young

Hello, I am Miss Young. I received the following emails. They are socalled "Advance Fee Fraud" letters, where I will be asked to send money again and again. The "russian love scams" starts with a long series of letters about a russian girl living in a small town, and she travels to Moscow. She will ask you to help her pay the plane ticket to meet you outside russia. If you pay, she will start to ask you to send her money for clothes, medicine, tickets, certificates, etc. If you pay, another fee will quickly come up, and it will continue that way until you give up or run out of money. You will never meet the girl, because the story was all lies.

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From: novalarter@gmail.com
Sent: 18/06/2016 10:15
Subject: Hi there!

Good day! I liked your profile
so much and I took a decision to
write to you. My name is Alina. I am Russian, I live in Nizhniy Novgorod. My
photography is in
the message, I believe
you like it. I am
28 years old.
Please, tell me something about
your relatives. I wish to find my
beloved. I want to have
relations and to have a good and strong family
where the relations are based on love,
understanding, respect, friendship and trust. I want to find a person who will be
happy with me and will support me in difficult moments. It
will be great to hear some facts about you and your lifestyle. I need to finish my letter. I believe it
was interesting for you to hear a little
about me. I look forward to your message.
Good luck!. Give a
reply to me at my e-mail.
Sincerely, Alina

Miss Young

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