Being Scammed?

by Russell
(Carrollton, Texas, USA)

I have numerous photos, Russian Passport, and Visa, however I'm not sure if I am being scammed or not. How can post the photos she e-mailed me to determine if she's real or not?

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RE: Being Scammed?
by: Bob (site owner/author)

Hi Russell -

Seeing these photos and other documents won't enable anyone to know that she is "real", but almost surely if you've read the Scams section of this site you'll probably get a pretty good sense of whether she's a scammer or not.

You're obviously already a little suspicious, and probably rightfully so.

And usually Russian women don't send copies of their passport and visa unless they ARE a scammer - especially the visa thing. Usually that's intended to tell you two things: (1) Prove her identity, (2) show that she has the right to travel to the U.S.

This second item probably means she's going to be hitting you up for travel money.

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