Her name; Larisa Sorenko, at least that's what this site listed her last name as.But the service I used to contact her, which I won't mention until I hear back from them concerning my letter of concern, had her listed as Larisa Dyrty.Or if this was not possible, I asked her to send me information on the local branch of a major bank which had a USA corresponding bank and I would open an account there and make payment from that account.As my sister is a bank manager and deals regularly with both domestic and foreign wire transfers I knew the procedure was, and is, possible, and explained what I needed in simple terms to Larisa. Actually, I hope I do receive another e-mail from her, fight fire with fire.I wasted time but fortunately no money thanks to your site. She asked me for money in the second letter and I said no.
Her partial email (from what I remember) was [email protected] the rest.Unlike the other gentlemen who received nasty letters from her because of their reluctance to pay her internet fees, I simply have not received anything from her. I will continually request additional, pertinent information from her until she can no longer afford to use her service, or she finally realizes I'm not an easy 'mark'.Guess she, or whoever maintains her e-mail account, does not know how to respond to a legitimate offer. I also paid and registered with Kiss--Com to investigate her profiles further after seeing reference to her using this service on this site. Between Kiss and the other agency, this woman has used variances in her first name, Nika or Larisa, her last name, Dyrty or Sorenko, her marital status, divorced or widowed, her home town, Poltava or Kremenchug, her education level, university or technical school, her flat address, and other variables.I wrote to her under another name and found out that the responses to that name were exactly the same form letters that I had been receiving when I wrote her my original real name.I continued to do this about 4 more times and each time each response was the same even though I had asked different things under the different names. The postings from Ukraine, in particular Lugansk are a mine field of scam profiles. I became suspicious after her response telling me that she had not corresponded with anyone else before and that I should ask her what ever I wanted to know, because she was new to this, assuring me that she was an honest person and would only answer honestly no matter what.The agency of Translation will contact you with your first or second letter requesting money for translations. I have hit on several, mostly for fun after I was taken the first time. So after a second response from her with no answers to the questions I had asked and after reading your site I decided to try something to see if she was genuine.But the e-mail was identical, [email protected], and the pictures were definitely of her.As you can see by the pictures she sent me of her daughter, and the pictures she sent to the other gentlemen, her daughter appears to be at least two years older in the more recent photos. Now I know her game, or at least I suspect her game, so when she e-mails me the second letter, which I have provided her, I compare it to the second letter sent into this website by the same gentlemen who sent her other photos. But according to western due process I give her a chance.I am now informing the agency and will see what their reaction is.Hi there, I too, began my search for a Russian lady 1 month ago.