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- She avoids direct questions about her personal life, where she lives, home address, phone number, place of employment.
- Her letters do not sound as replies to yours, but seem general (if it is first or second letter - it is ok - women usually have some prepared pieces of information about their life, character, but if the letter is written to you, you will find answers to your questions anyway).
- She never replies your questions, and doesn't ask you about anything. If a woman is really interested in you, she will ask a lot to see whether you are a good match.
- She falls in love with you after several letters. Even if you are a great guy it's too fast. Until you've met in person and spent time together, any claims of love should be suspect. Even if she seems genuine about it, you should seriously consider moving on to a more rational, level-headed person who wants to take the time to get to know someone really well before making any type of commitment.
- She is too beautiful to be true - though she can do some modeling and photos were taken by professional photographer; you shouldn't suspect every beautiful girl to be a scammer or have false photos. Ask her to send additional photos that are not made in the studio.
- You are old enough to be her father. Let's face facts: Russian, Ukrainian and Eastern European girls do NOT prefer much older men. Some do, sure, just like girls in every other country (older men are more financially secure, have stable life). But your chances of being scammed only increase with the age difference. Often 60 year old men write to 20 - 25 year old girls, and that's just asking for trouble.
- Hints that Internet cafe is expensive for her. See standard scam scenario. Using Internet cafe can really be expensive for the woman. But if she claims it's costing her $50 - $100 per month, you need to be suspicious.
- She is having money problems (lost her salary, her mother/children need expensive medicine), and she can turn to only you for help as she knows you love each other and are meant to be together soon. It's not appropriate at all in any culture to ask a stranger you've never met to help you.
- She says she wants to learn English (or your native language) to be bale to communicate with you when you come. Unless you've met in person and things are serious, you have no reason to be paying for her to study foreign languages. She will have to learn English anyway, because she is going to live abroad.
- She says she can visit you. See scam scenario - via and tickets scam.
- When you do meet (if things go so far) she wants to go to expensive places to eat, high class night spots, theatre or some other unusually expensive event or entertainment. She gets angry or mad at the slightest thing that you do that does not please her. She would expect that a man who wants to win her heart will make presents, try this: buy her flowers and look at her reaction.
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