I could be way off in my estimation of the character of the Russian woman I lost contact with last month on Russianlovematch.com, but I believe she was legit, for she never asked me for a single thing in almost 5 months of correspondence, and her emails were not small, simple letters - they took time to write and always addressed my questions, and her opinions.
Also, she is a very successful niche model, and it did not seem like she would write letters for money, for modeling would seem to be much more lucrative.
If you felt similarly; is there nothing you can think of that might be a way to reconnect with her?
Do you think the American website would have her contact information, or they could retrieve it? They had told me the Russian agency that works with them had her contact information.
How do you think my agency would respond to the threat of me calling their police department with a charge of fraud if they do not help me retrieve her contact information?
If anyone can think of a idea on how to contact her, please let me know.
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To just answer the question, if I were looking for someone in such a situation all I can really think of is to Google her. If she is a successful model who has some kind of agent who manages her social media presence, etc., it seems logical to try there. Contact her through Facebook saying "Hi, I realize someone else is managing this page, but can you please pass a short message on to ____?"
Do you know the identity of the physical agency? If so, contact them. Offering money won't hurt.
Having said all that I still say it's a set up.
Just looking at the home page of that site tells me 99% of what I need to know. And when you say she hasn't asked you for anything, you mean she hasn't asked you for anything beyond the $5 per letter each way ($10 per round trip). Of course I don't know the rates, but if you're paying by the letter she's getting paid from it.
And when you say "successful niche model", have you independently found pictures of her on websites or magazines?
And when you say that modeling would be more lucrative than writing letters that's just not true. It's a very American concept of a model. When we hear a woman is a model, images come to mind like "$10,000/hour" that you may have heard that someone like Giselle Bundchen earns (I'm making up that figure, no need to fact-check, but top models are always very well paid).
In reality even in America 99% of "models" have a day job at Starbucks, or as a waitress or bartender somewhere.
That's even more true in Russia/Ukraine. I would bet that she earns far more from writing letters than from modeling.
There are many beautiful women in Russia/Ukraine that you can meet and even date and marry, but your chances of a real connection with someone on a pay-per-letter site are so close to zero that it's just not worth the time, effort, and money.