Russian girl dating scam

Sometimes scammers might pay some local girl a minimal fee to sit and pose for pictures and to pick up money at the Western Union. The gang may also have accomplices in certain Western Union locations.

Most of the Russian scam (about 90% of it, if not more) originates form the same 2 sources: REPUBLIC OF MARI EL in Russia and LUGANSK in Ukraine.

The other 10% originates from pro-daters, mostly from South of Ukraine, like Odessa, Nikolaev, etc..

If we ban that IP range from our site, all registrations start coming through anonymous proxies.

The Mari El criminal organization is leaded by men, they hire people from Yoshkar Ola to do the dirty job for them: place profiles and conduct the correspondence.

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Email scams are probably the most prevalent method of Russian scammers. Other times they contact you out of the blue via direct email.

Of course there are some freelance scammers out there (monkey see monkey do), but their number is very insignificant compared to the number of scam profiles generated daily by Mari El and Lugansk.

Yes, there is a criminal organization in Mari El behind the Russian scam and in Lugansk behind Ukrainian scams.

After harvesting your email address like this (or any one of many other methods), Russian scammers start on their email sequence.

Or instead of the "database method", sometimes they just put their email address in disguised form ("elena12321 at ya hoo com") in their profile on a site like

Sometimes the scammers change ISP (or simply hire new folks to do the job).

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