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Talk about the situation with a friend or relative, and look for similar stories online – you might be surprised at what you find.
Check message boards in your community if it seems like a local thing, but keep in mind that many internet money scams are tried-and-true hustles, sometimes conducted from far away (so you’re likely to find good information with a general internet search).
Things look funny: sometimes you can find everything you need to know in an email. - Their profile states that a man's age, race or income doesn't matter to them - Their e-mail handles often contain bad Russian words: "poebushka", "zaebok", "syka", "klitr", etc.. to send e-mails - All their letters are translated through the online translator with few misspelled Russian words left untranslated, often those Russian words are in male gender - They call your profile "structure" - They say they found your "structure" in a marriage agency, while you are actually on a general dating service - They contact you out of the blue on your private e-mail address and you have no idea where the hell did they get your e-mail addy from - They often start their message to you with words "Hello stranger" or "Hello lonely soul" - They often say you are "lonely" instead of saying "single" - They almost never return and read their mail on the dating services, therefore they always ask you to contact them on their private e-mail address - After they mass-mail men (including you) they often get booted off the dating services, so their profile may disappear right after they contacted you.