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But the e-mail was identical, [email protected], and the pictures were definitely of her.As you can see by the pictures she sent me of her daughter, and the pictures she sent to the other gentlemen, her daughter appears to be at least two years older in the more recent photos. Now I know her game, or at least I suspect her game, so when she e-mails me the second letter, which I have provided her, I compare it to the second letter sent into this website by the same gentlemen who sent her other photos. But according to western due process I give her a chance.I would like to warn other men about a woman, Elena Kiseleva, from Kremenchug in the Ukraine.In February of 2000 I went to Kremenchug after corresponding with Elena for 4 months and had a great time while I was there. I started the finance process and everything was going fast and fine but then when the embassy in Warsaw got the application she started making excuses to wait, her ex-husband wanted to take the kid on holiday then the place she applied for a visa stole her money then she had to find her father that after I sent 150 dollars 3 different times through western union then she quit writing and I gave up trying to contact her but I did not give up on the idea of getting a Russian bride I just picked the wrong one so I joined and I ran across Elena's profile there and it had been there since she was writing to me her kiss number is 2676639 and she also used the name Elena Trocenko. 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.I e-mailed Kiss and explained to them the situation, and to their credit they responded immediately, thanked me, and removed all four of the profiles I pointed out to them. If agencies such as Kiss are not informed of such unscrupulous activities it is hard to blame them for the fraudulent actions of a few of their members.

They also do not buy to their child things he needs. You want to say me that you want to feel yourself a real man, making her to spend all the money for corresponding but to reject herself in everything for her and her child. I didn't like men who can't support woman, who want to have some women at once and who think that they are more clever then somebody. After I mailed the letter, I realized I was about to break the golden rule stipulated by most reputable marriage agencies, 'Inform them when a lady requests money! You can imagine my reaction when her name was mentioned three times.

I had just begun corresponding with a woman from Ukraine when in her 2nd letter she asked for money for correspondence.

I said "no" and in her next letter she did everything from pleading to insults to questioning my manhood if I didn't send the money.

Her name; Larisa Sorenko, at least that's what this site listed her last name as.

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.

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