The postings from Ukraine, in particular Lugansk are a mine field of scam profiles. I became suspicious after her response telling me that she had not corresponded with anyone else before and that I should ask her what ever I wanted to know, because she was new to this, assuring me that she was an honest person and would only answer honestly no matter what.The agency of Translation will contact you with your first or second letter requesting money for translations. I have hit on several, mostly for fun after I was taken the first time. So after a second response from her with no answers to the questions I had asked and after reading your site I decided to try something to see if she was genuine.
But the service I used to contact her, which I won't mention until I hear back from them concerning my letter of concern, had her listed as Larisa Dyrty.You will notice the last two paragraphs, with the exception of the name, are identical. Rather than agreeing to a Western Union arrangement, I politely tell her that both my accountant and banker tell me such an arrangement is not an option under the circumstances.But would she please send me the e-mail address of her 'Internet-Cafe' and I would arrange to pay for all her correspondence to 'me'.Her name was allegedly Larisa Skorenko and was supposed to be from near Kremenchburg, Ukraine.Her partial email (from what I remember) was [email protected] the rest.