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The reason I am here is that a friend of my husband (let me call him like this), has decided to marry a Russian woman, thinking they all should be as nice as me.
My husband is 34 while I am 27, while this friend in America is 48 and also wants a young woman.
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Investigators say there could be more victims that have not been identified.
The fraud utilized the infamous "visa and airfare" scheme: Mc Coy and his wife Anna were posing as Russian women seeking marriage and a non-existing Russian marriage agency that would provide women with visas and tickets.
My best friend is a lawyer and he tells me about cases where men sent money to women under false pretences.
It's because American men have the idea they can buy a woman and American women will let you try.
Women in Russia are more interested in your warm heart and great personality, not your money.