# Name: Ttayana Matesha
# E-mail: email@example.com
# Address: Ukraine , Sumy
money for correspondence, asked by the "agency"
Concurrent with the letter I wrote to you regarding Tanya (1810) and the letter her agency wrote to me asking for money, I sent this letter to that respective agency. No reply was given. The agency........Ug of Crimea Uac> E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a copy of the letter I sent to them...........................
2/21/2003 8:14:27 AM Pacific Standard Time
Dear Agent of "Ug",
Thanks for telling me agout Tanya, but I have already paid an agency for the right to correspond with Tanya. In fact, she wrote me first and I found her to be interesting so I paid to write to her. I do not care to pay twice for the same service. When I see inconsistencies like this it makes me wonder if Tanya really exists or if it is simply a "marketing ploy". I have been to Russia and the Ukraine twice and unfortunately I saw much of this sort of thing take place. I did however find some agencies to be ethical. Perhaps you are one of the few that are honest. If so, please contact the agency that I have already paid to see what the problem is. Their website is.................. http://www.army-of-brides.com.
So you see I have done my part, now I expect "Army of Brides" to do their job to show me and the internet community at large that "Army of Brides" is legitimate. Perhaps you are, but perhaps you are not. I expect you will be prompt in your reply.
I am returning to the Ukraine to do some more investigating on my own and I intend to expose as many "scammers" as possible. Too many USA men are being taken advantage of!!!!!!!