I recently paid to open an account on this site but before I did I poste my profile. I recieved many leters so I sent in the money to see what was bieng wrote to me. I have discovered after a couple of letters did not seem to make sence and after reading things on this forum I discovered that Julia Lyudsmila and Marina dont actually exsist and I thank you for it but I think I met someone who I like and Im haveing a hard time beleliving in it. What are these girls expecting? She asked me if I wanted to begin our correspondence. What the hell does that mean. Any adivce apreciated.
Dear James ,
Get used to this type of response . Almost none of their replys will make any sense to what you have written to them.It feels like they are writing to someone else and not you? Am i correct on this? It means to me from two years of e-mailing through fiance.com is that the agencies that fiance .com sponsors are retarded and wont take the time to lie properly and make it beleivable. Don`t be a fool. I was at one time. These people are laughing all the way to the bank. Just get a plane and take it from there.......... this was advice and free of charge.
James...I assume from your e-mail addy that you are in the US. I don't know where you got the six month info but there is no such requirement. You must go and meet her in person and have proof, in the form of photos of you and her together, Plane tickets, visas (if required by the country), Hotel bills...etc. USCIS will want to see copies of correspondence between you two and any phone records. Plan on it taking 6 mos or so for approval. My petition was received Jan 9th and it hasn't even been looked at yet. I go through the California service center.
After years of intense study, I speak fluent agencyeese so I will translate the letter for you, here's the English version:
This is the agency responding to the letter you wrote to the fake profile we posted. If you would like to continue to wasting hours writing letters we will happily reply with pretend letters if you purchase a fiance.com membership. In this way, we will earn a commission every time you waste an hour writing a letter to our translator posing as the women in the photo. However, should you raise questions about her authenticity we are able to provide fiance.com with her passport scan which they will hastily and proudly trumpet as proof "she really exists."
This arrangement will work fine as long as you refrain from actually visiting or trying to call the women because she will have no idea who you are. She will only have a vague recollection of having submitted her photos once to what she thought was a modelling agency.
Writing to a letter anouncing your up-coming visit and your anticipation of actually meeting in-person soon is a serious violationn of our fake correspondence agreement. Such an infraction will result in our standard boilder plate reply from our fake letter writer stating:
"But you know, I think that you are not really "my type". Please don't be sad or angry! I am sure that somewhere YOU woman is waiting! I really wish you much luck in your search."
So true Buffed and so true. I couldn`t have said it better than that . That is exactly what happened to me in my first anticipated trip to Kyiv.Four women were waiting impatiently to meet me they all said until i announced my tickets were purchased and then they all found their true love elsewhere one week before i arrived. Interesting.... Passports and flowers with photos don`t mean shit and or if she is truly writing the letters. Some people not all i feel convince themselves that most of these replies are genuine but then again they probably had a good conversation talking to a cement wall. Anything is beleivable if you wish hard enough. I still feel the best way is to go to a social and actually meet someone or go there and appear at the agency without announcing your arrival and see what they can do for you. I can honestly say that from my experience after two years of helping fund this websites payroll it was a complete waste of my time and money e-mailing to women . Been there and done that.
And now James…for the other side. I have been at this also for about two years. I have been to Ukraine four times to see two women, the second I have asked to marry me and we are in the process of getting a K-1 for her. Both ladies were met through e-mail. I have written quite a number of women, in a lot of cases the letters just did not seem right so the correspondence was very short. They others just fell by the wayside after time showed that we were just not looking for the same thing out of life. In the case of the two I visited things looked like we were perfectly matched and all that was left would be a face to face to see if there was that “spark”. With the first, after half way through the second meeting we determined that we could be good friends, but not spouses. She was real and not a scammer…I am sure she will make someone a wonderful spouse…just not me. The second we knew with in the first day that it was meant to be. After a total of a month spent with her in a couple of visits we were positive.
Just keep in mind there is no right or wrong way to do this…only what is comfortable to you. Just remember to not fall in love with a photo, think with your big head and not the little one, and if you go the e-mail route try to get quickly to the point where you are conversational.
Good for you Bill and since your great luck is on a roll you should honeymoon in Las Vegas :-) Statistcally you are one of the very few here who post who have made it to this point since i have been here . There are not many sucess stories.
who jmulov, when I got to USA with the man I had loved for 3 years ( you would have said invested 3 years of my life) he was arrested at the airport. he had judjmets against him, and I did not know. after trying to get him out of jail for a month I had to return back home with nothing.
please do not use forum to do personal impacts on me.
you do not like our forum? our site, do not visit it. we do not need your popaganda here either.
Glad you liked my affiliate agency language skills, I spent thousands of dollars and countless hours learning the lingo:) That last "dear john" quotation wasn't a spoof by the way, I copied it directly from an actual note I received two days ago after anouncing my upcoming visit in May to her city.
jmoluv...There are more here that have had sucess by letters than socials. Or are you forgetting Max, Glad, Trad, Crash, Ditto, Nasfan, and I believe wtrav02(I know he was sucessful, I just don't know if it was through letters), and a couple of others that I cannot remember at the moment. Jetmba has been the only one in two years that post here that has been sucessful with socials. Not that socials are not sucessful, it is just that among those that post here the letter writting seems to work.