However, in other cases, they use a less targeted approach by randomly distributing vast numbers of “bait” emails in the hope of hooking just a few gullible recipients.
A common variant of these spam emails is a brief message in which the “nice girl” purporting to be the sender promises to send pictures if her recipient will reply to a specified email address. Email me at [address removed] only, because I am writing not from my personal email.
I am full of plans and different dreams and I want to share my life with good man because I’m also full of love and tenderness, I know that I am not so beautiful like Hollywood Princess but I do hope to meet my Prince and I am sure he will be not be disappoined to meet me in the real life! Well, I will close this letter and I do hope to get your reply.
I will leave russia in two weeks or so (I can’t tell you everything exactly right now) and I would like to be sure that I have the man who waits for me there. I hope you to me will answer Kiss Marina “Marina” manages to portray herself as rather sweet and innocent, and gullible would-be lovers are likely to reply again, no doubt further swayed by the attached photographs of an undeniably pretty young lady.
In some cases, they simply invent a name to go with a photograph of a model or celebrity that they have scanned from a magazine or downloaded from the Internet.
Internet dating is a perfectly legitimate means of forming relationships.
It will be my choice in the end as to what option to go for.
The thing is that I will work in your country for three months or so and I would like to meet a nice man to fall in love or just be closest friends.I will work all day and I want to find a man to spend all free time together to get to know each other you have any interest to meet me I will be more than happy to meet you too. However, once “Marina” has gradually earned the trust of her victim, she will soon begin asking for money.I will tell you all details about me and my life if you like my pictures and want to meet me! I write to you with my new mailbox [address removed], please write letters now only on this mailbox. Since she has already set the groundwork in her initial reply, her first request may be for enough money to cover airfares so that she can come and visit.Her only motive is to separate her love-struck victim from as much of his money as possible and, perhaps, harvest enough of his personal information to steal his identity.“Marina” goes by a number of other names, including Anna Golovachewa, Tatyana Gorbunowa, and Julia Fedorova.Regardless of the particular alias she is using, the initial scam emails are likely to be quite similar and her fraudulent intentions are the same.