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In the end the foreigner learns that his beautiful Elena turned out to be a bearded Boris, but most likely the ill-starred foreigner will blame heartless rus sian women for everything.
All messages posted tell about personal experiences of their authors, and not necessarily reflect the position of Russian Brides Cyber Guide PLEASE NOTE: Photos used in most scams belong to other people.And now it is not just a 'Boris The Blade' here and a Sergey there , "scamming" has become quite a large crime industry, where street-smart but not very ethical enterpreneurs rent office space, buy computers and supplies, and hire students with English skills to write and send scam letters. In all this one can even see some justice as if a weak one beats a strong one, a poor one wins over a rich one.Scamming even has a more colorful and "patriotic" name duping the riches. Of course, one needs to lull the conscience scammers sleep badly, as is well-known.He told us one of the women got scammed out of $50,000 and was devastated to find out he was happily married.He says the ordeal has taken a heavy emotional toll on his family who keep hearing from victimized women and he can’t find a way to bring the scam to an end. Sometimes such messages appear in your inbox out of nowhere, even if you do not have a profile on any dating site.
The clients of dating agency sites get messages like this regularly.
All of them hail from the far-flung outpost of Yoshkar-Ola, close to the Ural Mountains.
One willowy beauty is a hard-up nurse who is desperate to leave her impoverished homeland and start a new life with a man in the West. Another is a medical student, though she more closely resembles a nymph-like model from the pages of a glossy magazine.
Krebs also outlines how the pack gives template excuses for avoiding phone calls and video chats, which he describes as “an activity reserved for the final stretch of the scam, when the fraudster typically pretends to be stranded at the airport or somewhere else en route to the target’s home town.”The scam package was intercepted by Alex Holden, a peer of Krebs and security expert with Hold Security, and is marketed to Russian-speaking hackers, and includes templates written in English and other European languages.
Speaking about the call centres, which will be the focus of a forthcoming report by Krebs, Hold Security founder Alex Holden said: “If you imagine the cost of doing by phone every part of the scam, it’s rather high, so they do most of the scam via email.“What we tend to see with these dating scams is the scammer will tell the call center operator to be sure to mention special nicknames and to remind him of specific things they talked about in their email correspondence.” Simon is the editor of Global Dating Insights.
The same set of photos is often used under many names, or the same name can be used with different photos.