What it is about: a Ukrainian girl initiates correspondence with you, sends you few letters (usually from 3 to 6) and then you receive a letter from a "translation agency" saying that the girl was paying them for translations, but her account is closed now, as she cannot afford paying anymore. This scam is usually pulled by Ukrainian scammers from Lugansk.If you wish to continue correspondence, now YOU pay. We almost never see Russians pull translation scams. If you met a girl directly on some site, you should continue correspondence either through that site or email. NO legitimate translation agency will ever use tricks like that.He says he met a woman named Yulia online and, hoping to marry her, went to her hometown of Chernivtsi. With nowhere to go and no money left, Dolego spent days roaming the streets of Chernivtsi along with other homeless men until he was picked up by social workers and taken to a shelter.He spoke to The Associated Press by phone Wednesday from a hospital where he was being treated for pneumonia.As the Ukraine's economy improves, options available for travel to the region have improved dramatically - along with a greater availability for goods and services.However, the Ukraine is still very much a cash economy, despite its attempts to integrate into European and other international institutions.
Learn about potential red flags in Ukrainian online dating and four types of Ukrainian & Russian dating scammers.One thing which everyone should be aware of is the fact that the Internet is filled with many people who only want to trick or hurt someone.Most of them are unscrupulous and they aren't afraid to pose as someone else in order to achieve their goals.Disclaimer regarding pictures posted on the board: please understand that you are NOT looking at the pictures of people who are actually scamming you.The people portrayed on these photos are innocent men and women, NOT involved in scamming in any way and have nothing to do with scammers.