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# Original Report:  here

# Name:      Elena

# E-mail:

# Address:  Ukraine , Dnepropetrovsk

# Seen at:   Her profile was listed on

# Dangerous: 32%

# Details: Her profile stated that she knew English so I thought I would write to her. She said that she had graduated from the Pedagogical University in Dnepropetrovsk. She was not a teacher of World Literature. Her mother, father and brother lived in Rovenky. After about three letters she sent me a letter stating that she wanted me to start paying for translating and gave me an address to write inorder to get the pricing of the service. The address to write to was "". It seems that they posted the profile on AFF.

# First reported: Douglas
# Date: 2005-09-15

I believe again that the translating firm is posting false information in order to get me to reply to the profile. Then they want them to pay for all services if you wanted to continue writing to them.