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by Paul (UK) Hi, I have been in contact with an alleged Russian lady for about 4 weeks, e-mails almost daily apart from Sundays as no home computer, (she says, then one turned up on the 7/7/13 allegedly from an internet cafe).
I have been in contact with money and romance scammers through a UK site, (all approached me first) and I am wary of this one and have found some useful tips on your site as well as other sites about how to trace an e-mail's origin.
Or what are your thoughts on validating this relationship. The whole reason scammers say they are in small rural villages where there is no internet is simply to preclude your request to meet on Skype. Even if she says she'll pay for the trip herself, it's a scam. If you REALLY believe it's real, visiting her in her city is the only realistic way of pursuing it without getting scammed.
And is it possible to actually meet a real Russian legit women on Most supposedly Russian women on match are going to be scammers. There will be last minute unexpected surprises and she'll need you to wire money. I contacted three women on match one was located in Montana and the others said that they lived in Russia, all of them scams asking for money.
See Russian Translations: Phone and Written and click on the links to translation services. Now I will acknowledge that not all Russian women have access to Skype with webcams, but it's worth asking. Feel free to post any other questions you may have.
Hey Paul: I am having the exact same experience as we speak, I am currently speaking with a Russian women who I met off of Match.com, I approached her first.
In this there is both a blessing and a curse for these writers.
She seems very legit and I to have traced headers and so on and they all seem to come up with the same routes. She says she lives in small village and has no internet in her room that she rents.
So being Russia I believe this, because I know Russia is behind on their internet advancements.
If it is declared only in their profile, and if you get their contact information via this method, then DUH, of course it's a scam! And if you spend any time reading Russian Scams Q & A you'll see that I often explain that ANY Russian/Ukrainian woman who claims to not have a phone is LYING. As for IP addresses, that game has changed over the years. Or, ecommerce sites want to make my default currency UAH (Ukrainian currency).
Anything I previously said about tracking an IP address on an email is effectively nullified. In order to get what I need I use a FREE "VPN" service that enables me to specify where in the world I want to appear to be from. “You form a certain image,” says Arianna Bock, a third-generation American Jew, to Slava Gelman, a twentysomething, first-generation Russian Jewish immigrant.