She was very tired of course but made very good money there.It is special programm for young people who wants to work abroad and I think it is the right way for me , I am lost here,and I think that I look pretty enough to find a better place .I have received dozens of these emails over the last few weeks, both directly from scammers and as submissions from site visitors. Will send some of my pictures To some, more naive recipients, the messages may seem genuine since, unlike most spam email, they do not contain a link to a website and do not appear to be selling or promoting anything.An example of one of the messages is included below: Subject: Can we talk? However, as with typical advance fee and lottery scams, the messages are simply ruses designed to entice potential victims into making contact with the scammer.For example, the scammers may create a fraudulent dating account on a paid or free International dating site. They depict themselves with pictures of good-looking Ukrainian & Russian women and post engaging and sympathetic description of their lives.“Hi Krystyna, I am very glad to have found your blog.However, in other cases, they use a less targeted approach by randomly distributing vast numbers of “bait” emails in the hope of hooking just a few gullible recipients.
So I will have a simple work till I improve my English.I don’t want to live in Russia because I have not any chances here, it is hardly possible to explain from first time but I want you to know my plans.I will work in any shop, bar or restaurant the agency that i am going through will suggest me some locations.I responded to one of these scam emails (using a disposable email address) and received the following reply: From Marina Pretty Hi my new friend Im glad to see that you have decided to reply, I see it is very short letter.It is all right because you are astonished to get my letter.