# Name: Diana
# E-mail: email@example.com
# Address: Russia , Krasnodar
# Seen at:
# Scam scenarios:
money for translation
She sent me 3 emails, but did not respond to any questions I asked. All her email were very generic and as you can see below, she didnt even both to the Dear 0000 to my name.
Hello my dear Steve!
How are you today,did you received my letter?
I am very glad to have an opportunity to write you again. Translation agency which I use allowed me to write you my letter without payment.
Dear 0000,I am so sorry, but it is difficult for me to pay for our correspondence. You know, I don't like to ask, maybe because I am a modest but it would be nice if you can help me to pay for correspondence's expenses. I would like to know you much better and to continue our lettering. I will send you my home address, if you wish, but Internet is the fastest way to communicate. I will be waiting for your letter impatiently. Marina (manager in their office) promised to inform me about your message at once.