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Heart strings are pulled and victims are sucked in.
After taking the time to get to know you, she says she's coming to visit you or wants to move to your country.
She will then ask you to send her money for her plane ticket and/or visa.
Strangely the site is divvied up by age and racial status in somewhat un-PC terms, with no one over the age of 50 listed. There's even the option to quickly visit a fake home renovation website at any moment by pressing a panic button.
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So this website will use facial mapping software to match you up with someone like you.
She says that she was inspired to build the website after people kept telling her that she and her ex-husband look a lot alike.
They do not ask for money for a ticket or visa but instead send you a scanned visa as “proof”.
This is likely to be a scan of a fake or fabricated 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.
With many people catching on to this scam, the scammers have “improvised” their story a little.
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.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating