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HOW DOES THE SCAM WORKS? Basically, it is a scam where a lonely foreign man gets acquainted over the Internet with an attractive supposedly single female from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, etc.  Quickly, the " female" (the bait) falls in love with her Internet acquaintance, and shortly after " she" begins to plan her travel to see her Mr. Right in person. Money issues arise, and, reluctantly, the bait asks the gentleman to help "her" with money for her visa and tickets. Very often, the bait tells the guy that she has a work offer in his country, and she would be able to pay off the loaned money to him quickly. If the guy agrees, the "lady" pretends to put all effort into making "her" travel arrangements. But the meeting continues to be delayed. " She" acts surprised to find out that there are various expensive requirements that " she" has to comply with before she can fly out of the country. Those supposed requirements usually include proof of financial independence and requirement to pay off all loans that "she" has in her name . And so " she" will reluctantly ask for financial help again.  If the guy is determined to make her supposed trip happen regardless of the expenses, he sends the money again and again. In the money keep coming, the "lady" will continue to experience difficulties. "She" will get robbed or attacked, may become injured or sick, may suddenly get arrested, or her apartment may get flooded or burned. The scam will go on for as long as the guy is willing to continue sending money to help his "Russian princess" to get through her never-ending travel misadventure. The bait will keep the "flames of his love" alive by periodically chatting with him on the phone or sending him descriptions of "her" erotic fantasies.  In the end, he will be left financially exhausted, and " she" will continue to pretend like she is just one Western Union  money transfer away for finally being able to meet her beloved. The same scam works with single Western gay man. An adorable and lonely gay guy from Russia will be the main character of the same travel story, with very minor changes. Most scammers ask money for one or more of the following: - emergency medical expenses for the girl or her relatives (illness, car accident, death in the family) - luxury items (cell phones, clothes, etc) What the victim of the scam never realizes, however, is that behind all the seductive pictures and behind all the warm and passionate letters hides a cynical, manipulative, and sleek mastermind of the crime - a cyber thief of hearts and wallets. And this mastermind is not at all who you think (s)he is...  Let`s look at the scam scenario in more detail. A scammer usually finds a set of pictures of an attractive girl 18-45 years old female (or, if the scammer IS  an attractive girl, she uses her own pictures) and places personal ads in as many international dating catalogs as possible.  A lot of scammers actively seek out new potential victims rather than wait for the victims to come to them. Often, scammers use big online dating web sites to approach their potential victims. When that happens, their profiles on sites like Yahoo and Match.com indicate that they are from the USA, Canada, or Europe (that is because those sites no longer accept subscribers from Russia).  Many victims report that they received the first email from the scammer "out of the blue," and that they never belonged to any dating sites. Sometimes scammers even use CraigsList, Facebook, Myspace, or other popular web site to find potential victims WARNING! If a lady from Russia contacts you first on a large dating site, or if she sends you an email out of nowhere, then your email address is probably being spammed by a Russian dating scammer. After a while the letters from single men from all over the world start arriving in the scammer`s mailbox. The scammer replies positively to all of them and the process begins. Since a lot of letters need to be answered, the scammer usually does not have the ability to answer all of them individually. Therefore a standard set of romantic letters exists, and the scammer typically uses these pre-written letters to correspond with all potential victims. As a results of using the sets of pre-written letters, scammers tend to ignore questions posted to them, or when they do answer questions, they answer them only at the very beginning or at the very end of each letter. Actually, there are two categories of Russian dating scammers: a “serial scammer” and an "personalized approach" scammer. The "serial" type is a lot more common to see, not because there are more of them working, but because they approach so many different victims in a short amount of time, so it looks like there are a lot of them.  The "serial" scammers are the ones who rarely pay attention to the conversation and tend to ignore questions and send a chain of pre-written emails to hundreds of intended victims. They are hoping that a small percentage of their victims (maybe 5-10%) will be fooled anyway. The "personalized approach" scammers are more rare to come by – but not necessarily because there are less of them, but because their work is much less visible. Those scammers have a much higher “quality” of work, more attention to detail, they answer all questions and they pay close attention to the conversation. As a result, they have a much better “response rate” from their intended victims. But the story and the tricks are all the same as in the usual serial scams. They are still asking for money  for travel expenses.  In his/her letters, the scammer is usually very flattering, romantic and seductive. The scammer explains to each potential victim that he/she feels "something special" about him. Almost all scammers tell their victims that "this the the first time she uses the internet to get aquatinted with a man".  Recently we have seen several scammer using a set-up sob story about  having a previous Internet boyfriend who invited her to the his country but refused to pay for the tickets, so the scammer paid her own money for the tickets, but the boyfriend turned out to be a sleazebag  and disappeared, so now the poor girl is totally broke because the purchase of the tickets depleted her of all her savings. To speed up the process, the scammer "falls in love" with each of the potential victims literally within two to six weeks. Sometimes at the same time many scammers would announce that their yearly vacation time (usually 2 weeks) is coming up. However, the duration of the "set up" phase varies significantly. Some scammers fall in love and ask for money within 10 days, while others may correspond for 6-8 months before requesting any money. The duration of the phase depends on the scammer`s own work style. The longer the set up phase, the higher is the scammer`s probability of success in obtaining the money. A common theme during the "set up" letters are: the scammer talks about her experience with Russian men, and how they betrayed her in one way or another the scammer emphasizes that Russian men are bad beyond redemption: they drink, they beat their women, they are thinking only about sex. The scammer emphasizes that she suffered greatly from those behaviors the scammer does not have a computer; she writes from an Internet cafe or from her work place (or her friend`s house) the scammer does not have a phone, but can call you from a "pay phone" the scammer usually pretends to be a very traditional and family-oriented girl looking for a traditional, family-oriented guy the scammer tell the victim a lot about her mundane daily activities, her pets, and her friends, and includes pictures of her supposed friends, family members, pets, apartment, and from her supposed workplace  the scammers starts to sign her letters "your princess", "your love", "your future wife", etc. Lots of kisses and hugs are given at the end of each letter. the letters become intensely long, flowery and romantic the scammer "discussed" her new "love" with her mother, or father, or grandparent, or best friend, and receives their blessing and approval ( see example ) her pictures may become very seductive (see example of "set up" letters with pictures: example#1 , example#2 , example#3 , example#4 ) she tells the victim that her desire to see the object of her "love" is so strong, that it is overwhelming to her the scammer will tell the victim about her dreams of their first meeting (usually in the airport, when SHE arrives to the guy) Once the fact that the scammer is "deeply in love" is well established, the scammer begins the real preparation. "She" becomes extremely eager to meet in person, so she decides to find out what her options are as far as visas and travel fare.  The scammer will announce the good news (that she found out how to obtain the visa) in one of the letters shortly after explaining her undying love. She will tell that she has found out everything she needs to do to receive a tourist (work, student) visa. She will be all bubbly and excited about the opportunity. She will explain in detail how much it will cost to get the visa and the tickets, and how to send the necessary amount to get things going.  At first, many scammers start with a small amount - $350-$500 for the visa or, possibly, passport. Some scammers also ask for "hotel" money for their hotel "accommodations " in Moscow while they are filing for their visa with the US Embassy. Some scammers offer to pay for visa themselves (as a "good faith" gesture). After the "visa" is received, the scammer asks for money to buy plane tickets - usually around $700-$1800. Some scammers initially offer to pay for the tickets themselves. But then they discover that the tickets supposedly cost more than the scammer can afford, and so they ask the victim to "split" the costs of the tickets. Many scammers at this point claim that they went ahead and entered  into a contract with a travel agency. This travel agency will supposedly handle all legal paperwork and the tickets, and now the scammer HAS to come up with the necessary amount for the tickets by a certain date - other wise the travel agency will "put her in prison" (this is called "a guilt trap").  most scammers claim that they will be applying for a tourist visa, but other scammers specialize on pretending to be eligible for a student visa or a work visa  most often, the scammer suggest going through a travel agency that can arrange everything because they "have good contacts in the Embassy". If the victim offers to buy tickets for her online, the scammer will insist on using the agency anyway the scammer usually claims that the travel agency cannot accept a credit card payment. They request cash only as their payment method, forcing the victim to use Western Union or MoneyGram transfers some scammers write that they already have a work visa to the victim`s country, but lack the money for tickets At this point, some victims receive an email from the girl`s "travel agent". The email will detail the costs and the payment instructions. Usually the indication is that the visa is guaranteed. Some of those so-called "travel agencies" even have legit-looking web sites. Of course, the "agencies" are just fake web sites that will become inactive once the scam is complete. See example Most scammers pretend that they do not know much about Western Union or MoneyGram transfers. They write that they "just found out" about those wonderful service providers and they give very detailed instructions on how to make a transfer to them If the victim is doubtful or expresses concerns about possibility of a scam, a female with a Russian accent will call the victim on a phone to express her love and insist on getting the money as soon as possible Very often the money request letters are supplemented with the seductive pictures (see example of such letters with pictures: example#1 , example#2 , example#3 , example#4 ), detailed descriptions of erotic dreams, or questions about the guy`s sexual preferences or experiences. How can you find out if the passport your lady sent to you is a fake? FYI: American tourist visa CANNOT be obtained through a travel agency in 99.99% of the cases. Also, a single young girl from ex-Soviet Union probably will not be able to obtain a US tourist visa under usual circumstances, because she is too much of a risk category for violating conditions of her visa and staying in the USA after her visa has expired. UK and Australian tourist visas are not easy to obtain either for the same reasons. Please contact your Embassy with questions about visa requirements. "MONEY LAUNDERING TWIST": If the victim does not have the money, or is too hesitant to send the money to the scammer, the scammer may tell the victim that she (or her brother / friend / co-worker) has some business in the USA and has some personal checks that need to be cashed. The scammer suggests to the victim that she would mail the checks to him, he would cash it for her and send the money back to her via Western Union. If the victim complies, the checks will bounce, but the scammer will be long-gone with the money from western Union transfer. See example "CREDIT CARD BALANCE TRANSFER TWIST": Alternatively, the scammer may suggest that you give her your credit card information, and she will arrange money to be transferred to your credit card. DO NOT give her any credit card or bank account information!!! If the victim is still hesitant to send money, the scammers will utilize every possible emotional button that they can press. They will appeal to his guilt, his emotions, his pride, his supposed gender role, etc. After investing much time and effort into the correspondence, the scammers do not like to see their efforts fail. Even after being told "so" several times, they can linger for many weeks, writing brief letters full of "love" and hope."" If the victim takes the bait and sends the requested amount, the scammer will most likely send them a travel itinerary with flight dates and numbers. If the victim attempts to call an airline to confirm the reservations, he will probably find out that the reservations have indeed been made. The trick is in the refundable nature of the tickets. The scammers order refundable air tickets, allow the victim to confirm the flight information, and then cancel the tickets at the last moment and receive a full refund. Some scammers will also send a scanned picture of their "visa" or "tickets".  Those documents, just like the scammer`s supposed passport, are just computer-altered images.  At this phase of the scam, a lot of victims receive numerous phone calls from the scammers. Usually the scammer makes the calls. The victim either does not have a phone number to call, or the phone number is constantly turned off. FYI: the best way to check whether the visa is valid is to contact the Embassy that supposedly issued that visa. Once the tickets and the visa are bought, the scammer will wait for a few days. During that time "she" will tell the victim more and more about her supposed love, her obsession with their first meeting and her plans to marry him.  But after a few days of joy and excitement the scammer will bring some "bad news". She will find out that she would need a pocket money (so-called "financial solvency requirements") to be able to enter the country! $1500, $2500 or even more is required to show at the airport (or at her interview at the Embassy) as a "proof" that the girl has "enough money to travel or to return home". Of course, the scammer "did not count" on this expense, so the joyful mood is quickly changes to one of desperation and sadness. The scammer turns, once again, to the guy for financial help, promising him that the "pocket money" money will only be needed to go through the airport, and once they meet, she would return that money to him right away. The victim, who already paid once, is likely to agree to help with the solvency money as well. If the "tickets" and the "solvency money" are sent by the victim, the scammer will most likely to try to continue "milking" the victim for additional amounts. For example, she can present the following claims to her financial knight on the white horse:   the scammers usually convince the victim that once the bank loan on the apartment is paid off, she will be able to sell the apartment for a very big profit due to real estate boom in her area. The scammers use the idea of the profit from the sale of the apartment to keep the victim hoping that the girl will be able to repay the him the money he sent for the mortgage once she arrives in his country she got stopped in the airport for trying to leave the country with an illegal art item (and icon, or a golden ring, or a painting she wanted to give her beloved guy as a present), and now she is being held on jail and she needs money to get a lawyer or to pay bail the money got stolen from her purse at work, in some public transportation, or on her way out from Western Union office If she was robbed, all the girl`s documents including the visa and the tickets and the insurance money will be gone without a trace. The scammer will come back empty-handed to the victim, crying and beating herself up for being "stupid and careless", but will right away ask for his forgiveness and more money to start the visa/tickets process all over again.   If the girl got hit by a car or beaten up by the bad street people, the girl`s " relative," "friend," or even her "doctor" will write to the victim explaining "the tragedy" that happened, the extent of the girl`s injuries, and the costs of the treatment. The victim may even send some money for hospital bills.  her dear mommy had a heart attack or needs a kidney transplant, so the money was used for the hospital immediately, etc Once the scammers realize that they sank their hook into some "rich idiot" who is able and willing to provide a stable supply of cash, they will go into great links to keep him from doubting their stories. They will provide him with any kind of "documents" that he requests: scanned copies of travel agency agreements, tax receipts, bank loan statements, hospital bills, statement of Customs declarations, pictures from hospitals and funerals, certificates of sale for the apartment, etc. Since the victim does not know how a real Russian documents look like, he is not likely to be able to detect the flaws in those "documents." One the effective tools that the scammers often utilize to keep the victim from questioning the girl`s story are the "personalized photos." In those photos, the "bait" can be seen holding something that is personal and specific to a particular victim. Such an item can be a sign with his name on it, his picture, or his email.