Hi everyone! I decided to share my story because I feel so frustrated and maybe someone can relate to my situation and advise me on my possible next steps. I'm in relationship with a woman, I met her on
more than a year ago. Knowing of all the shady and scammy things going on on Russian dating sites I was really suspicious at first. Nevertheless, I gave it a try and met my Olga, it was love at first sight, I fell in love madly. Got her contacts and we started talking on phone and facebook.
She agreed to leave the site. Most of all I was afraid that she would turn out to be a scammer and would ask me for money. It never happened. Moreover, she sent me cute hand-made gifts for my birthday. We have been in relationship for a year, talking and chatting every day until she just disappeared one day. She is not online anymore on facebook and VK, when I call her it says she is not available and she doesn't read and reply to my emails.
I'm going crazy, I don't know what to think! There was absolutely no reason for her to ghost me, everything was fine. She is not that kind of person to just walk away without explaining everything. I worry about her, especially with this crazy virus outbreak. Has anyone been in a similar situation? Any idea on how you can find a person in Ukraine?
There's something very disingenuous about the top post, I think written by an agency-worker to promote their own dating site (it's been done so many times before here). I'm sure they won't be back but let's give it the benefit of the doubt.
J4Bride = Jump4love.com.
"Knowing of all the shady and scammy things going on, on Russian dating sites." Then knowing this, why would you use a pay-per-letter site? The whole business model of this type of communication is dishonest and pointless at best, so what sort of outcome did you expect?
"I'm in [a] relationship with a woman."
"I... met my Olga, it was love at first sight."
"We have been in [a] relationship for a year."
From the rest of your post it is apparent that you didn't meet her at all and that no real relationship existed. And even if you believe e-mails, messaging and phone calls to constitute a relationship then it won't surprise you to realise that internet acquaintances can disappear as fast as they arrive. BTW, coronavirus is a very minor problem in Ukraine (623 deaths as of 25 May), so most probably after a year of waiting for you she unsurprisingly met someone else. Move on (and NOT by using a P-P-L site).
You're talking shit Rodan, ragingbull claims to be in a relationship with a cyber girlfriend 40 years his junior, they've never met but are already planning marriage together, where have you been man, please do try to keep up :)