You all are probably right, just wishful thinking on my part. I guess I'll just run her back and forth to the western union with the "sorry I transposed a couple number, go back and try again." fXXX bitch. Thanks again for all the info
Actually twilli I think old fool doesn't apply in your case. You asked folks who know first and apparently listened...more than most do. Just remember, no respectful FSU woman will ask a man she has not met for money...for any reason.
Irinha never asked for money. I always offered. So, isn't there a law against fraud in Russia or what? Are they just to behind the times to enforce antiscamming. I think I will seriouly take a tour to Russia.
thanks agian to all
Just food for thought. When I last visited my lady in March, I did not like the place that she was living in. It was a little rough, the area wasn't that great. So I asked her how much is a real good flat cost in Mariupol! She told me about 1000 gryvnias. I said well get packing, she told me no, that she had lived there for three years and since I was bringing her to the states in a few months it would be foolish for me to spend my money to put her in a nicer place for a short period of time. So that might answer the question about offering money and if she is real or not. I pay for her driving lessons and english lessons, but for day to day living she will not accept my charitable contribution, she is way to proud. 1000 gryvnia
or roughly 200 USD a month won't put me in the poor house by any means, but it was principle to her. I would have done it without hesitation and she knew it.