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: ohmori_kumiko038@yahoo.co.jp
Reply-to: leksi1986cher@yandex.com
Sent: 3/21/2017 12:39:08 A.M. US Mountain Standard Time
Subj: Hey.
GТday. How was your day today? I hope that all is well? My name is Aleksandra. Name of the country where i live is Russland. I think you are interested to know more about me. On advice of my girlfriend, i decided to use a dating site to find my soulmate, and now i am writing you this letter. Now I'm very excited, because i never before wrote a man from another country. I'm 30 years old! My height is 170cm and weight 56kilo. I'm looking for real love and relationship. I want to say, maybe we can know each other better via email communication. I can speak English. Here in Russia we have a lot of good people. And i want to show you this in our conversation. If you're interested in me and you want continue our conversation, i'm waiting for your messages. We can exchange our photos, maybe we will both have an interesting introduction. Yours faithfully, Aleksarusya

Miss Young

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