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Ukraine Dating Scams

Many of you have become or are victims of a Ukrainian dating scammer and that’s a sad fact that there are still thousands of scammers who will take advantage of you and shatter your dream of finding a soulmate for life.

Let us face the truth because it does matter where you live or what your background is, being alone and lonely can be devastating to your emotional well-being, your social life, and your family life.

So, finding ways to cure that loneliness is a reasonable response for anyone. Today, people of all ages and backgrounds can just go on to the internet and start searching for their soul mate from the comfort of their own living room.

There are Ukrainian online chat rooms and web sites designed to help you find that wonderful Ukrainian woman however unfortunately there are a lot of scam artists out there that are willing to take advantage of you.

Ukraine DatingRussian and Ukrainian dating scams take in tens of millions of dollars each year and most of the victims are men. These scammers are ruthless people who are ripping people off by selling elaborate fantasy stories to unsuspecting men. They know what they are doing and how to get the naive victim to fall for the bait. When the scam is over, the unfortunate victim is left still lonely but with less money.

 t is a fact that men using online dating sites regularly receive unsolicited emails from ‘Ukrainian women’ offering friendship, love and marriage. Most users simply disregard such emails but some people are curious and can be sucked in.

 It is also fact that online dating scams affect 99 percent of male users

Millions of Dollars Are Lost To Fake ‘Ukrainian and Russian Women’

 The only real thing that happens is the money that you are sending to that wonderful sexy young lady in Ukraine.

 And sometimes the people receiving the money do not know they are part of the fraud because they simply get a small fee for each money transfer they receive.

 f someone reports the fraud to money wire transfer company, (which is very unlikely) and the receivers name is ‘blacklisted’ the

Individual organizing the scam will simply find someone else to receive the money for them.

The Ukraine women scammer specializes in getting a man to fall for a woman by sending pictures and love letter and then finally asking for money. Usually, the reason will be so that she can travel to wherever the man lives, so that they can be together.

Another type of Ukrainian dating scam happens when a person has a profile that shows inaccurate pictures. Sometimes these pictures will be from years before, when the woman was younger or more attractive. Other times, these Ukraine women scam men by showing pictures of someone else entirely, just so that the man will fall for them.

Ukrainian dating scams: what you should know

Ukraine Dating ScamsThe Ukrainian dating scam typically works by the scammers placing a phony profile on a Ukrainian dating site or sites using fake or stolen pictures of attractive women from Ukraine

 However, there have been occasions where the picture is the actual person when/if the scammer happens to be an attractive female. They then contact a potential victim and lead the person into an online romantic relationship.

 Within no time, the “bait” quickly falls in love with the victim and starts planning her trip to come and see him. In reality, this is not going to happen

The potential victims are lead to believe that the lovely young women they are talking to are looking for love and have picked the unaware target as “the right one”. The scammers then ask for financial assistance for arranging a personal meeting.

They may ask for money for any of the following reasons:

 

•           Visa (More than likely through a fake travel agency)

•           Tickets (Again, more than likely through a fake travel agency)

•           Other travel documents such as passports or medical papers

•           Health problems or a death in the family  

•           Money to repay outstanding loans that will prevent them from leaving the country

•           Money lost due to robbery or theft

 This scam will continue for as long as the victim continues sending money, and he will always have to send money because some new emergency requiring money will always come up. The scammers will keep the target interested by occasional chats on the phone and by sending him photos that can be quite revealing and erotic.

 They will promise him a first meeting that will be hot and passionate but the only thing hot in the end is the person who has been scammed once they realize they have spent their savings on someone that does not exist or they have other motives than love.

 I am not saying that all the dating sites that contain Ukrainian women are scams as many men have used these but research has shown that this is where the majority of the dating scams originate from.

But there are a few things you can do to increase your chances of success and decrease your chances of getting ripped off.

 •           Don’t assume everything you see or you are being told is real and factual.

 •           The scammers will “fall in love” with you within a few emails. Don’t rush into anything.

 •           Ensure you are using a legitimate, trustworthy dating site. There are many “fly by night” operations floating around on the internet just waiting for potential victims.

 •           Finally, the most important tip in my opinion, do not send money for visas, tickets, emergencies, pay off loans, or for any other reason. If you are convinced that the person is legitimate, go to that person’s country and meet them in a very public place for your first meeting.

Just keep the above information in the back of your mind when you are searching for the wonderful Ukrainian women on a dating site.  These scammers are relentless and will continuously try new tactics and tricks to find their next target. I encourage you to take note of the advice I have given and take your time.