Dating scammer natalya
Her Offer to get the Visa was based on her funding it herself!
The first thing is that they don't seem to read your emails, ie., if you ask them questions, they are never answered, just some BS about how happy they were to get your last letter and never address anything in your last letter.Why would they offer a tourist visa if everyone knows it would be denied?To collect 0 Dollars from unsuspecting people then turn them down... Also on the embassy website they claim over 400,000 visitors to America from Russia in first half of 2014, I read it on our embassy site. does anyone come here for vacation from Russia, Not everyone wants to live in America!One of the best tools to use is Google Images and upload a picture of the girl. I have been trying meeting Russian women for a few years now.And virtually all of them at some point wanted money before we even met. So, as beautiful as the woman is in the picture I am beginning to think this is how they are getting by. So, my hard fast rule is NEVER send money.[Bob's Comment:]Gosh, I should probably add that to the list of suggestions I offer on my site :) NEVER SEND MONEY! Ya know, just today I was re-reading my home page as a start of a sitewide review to evaluate how I may improve my content. If you just start searching, writing, chatting, etc., most likely you'll end up scammed.
It's always that they have fallen in "love" with you real fast, then for some reason or another they have to take their vacation from work real soon and they have a "valid" passport and can get a "visa" from a agency they are using.