Still fairly new here, but making lots of contacts ... I have narrowed my search down to 4 very promising beautiful ladies. So, now I am actually contemplating a visit to "one of them", so I must decide which one I will visit. They all have great qualities, so what I want to do is eliminate any possible scammers.
Is there info on attaining help in the following cities?
I have all their addresses, but not sure that really means much, from all the (valuable) information I have gathered in the forum
Let's just assume I know some scammers in 3 of the 4 locations, and tell you. Johnnie does too, same towns, Jack also does and reports it here, and off you go to the remaining one.
I wish you good luck - not because you apparently will make up your mind & choose according to what responses will be posted here, but for the fact that you cannot decide for yourself.
My advice is to keep corresponding if you don't know which one you prefer, ad infinitum if you like, because if YOU don't know nobody else will.
You're with me? If you really don't know either don't go, flip a coin or visit them all, but don't ask others what you should do, especially not when feeding them random locations only - EVEN when Lugansk would be one of them, because in contradiction to its reputation there's loads of normal women there also.
As said goodluck, would seem you'd need it. Being aware of scammers is good, being paranoid is not.
if, after corresponding for a while, a person does not stand out proud, seems to sense what you were hinting at, tickles your senses (in a nice way), does do 'it' for you, makes you hurry to read her mail, makes you make time to respond etc etc, but instead gives you empty feelings, makes you dread to read another impersonal message, or again fear she's hinting at something related to money, probably again will flatly ignore your questions etc etc, then either that 'while' was not long enough or you're a probable mismatch, and bugger 'probable' scammers.
Battle wounds are written off against experience and increase the angle of the learning curve. And don't worry, schoolfees everybody pays.