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You may be talking to a granny or a pimple-faced Ukrainian guy, doing his “Russian bride” typing in his knickers. How excited are you now, knowing you’ve been pouring your heart to someone who just needed to pay for groceries?
As I said, the PPL scheme is so profitable for the websites that run it, there are hardly any international dating sites that claim to introduce “Russian women seeking men for serious relationships” that do not participate in the pay-per-letter charging system.
You are asking about Russian dating sites, but the woman you have been chatting to resides in Ukraine and it probably never worried you. If you are talking to someone who says they live in Ukraine and you are paying for each message (chat, letters, photos, videos) and the site offers gift delivery (a big source of income for scammers, allows them to get a large chunk of $$$ at once), the chance of your being scammed is 100% (yes, 100%).
The same person you are talking to is chatting to dozens or maybe even hundreds of other guys and promises her undying love to each and every one of them, and each of these men pays for listening to these stories.
However, the person you are talking to (the one typing these love confessions) is unlikely to be the person from the photos — even though you probably get daily selfies or even videos as you communicate for weeks and months.You all are paying the writer’s wages, so she or he can live happily and provide for the family.There are guys, female students, foreign language teachers and pensioners who are involved in this industry of telling sweet stories to western guys seeking love.In the first case the woman from photos could have some remnants of decency left and may feel bad about her benefiting from unsuspecting love seekers.In the case if it’s the woman from the photos that talks to you on the PPL site, this person has no morals and no values, she is as cold-hearted as the iceberg that hit Titanic.