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But however it is that the dialog starts, the direct/email scam is nearly always done through "free media" (email, Skype, and/or some other instant messaging tool), not through "Pay-Per-Letter" services (more on that kind of scam at Agency Scams). She will sound like she's more and more in love with you with each passing email.
You are her special man, and she's stopped writing all other men from the site, told her family and friends all about you, etc., etc., etc.
So since you are such the perfect man for her and she wants to be with you, she will obviously choose your city. From there the plot almost always goes something like this... On her way to the airport she just needs to go to her workplace to collect the paycheck or to the bank to retrieve wired funds from mom/dad/grandmother/etc to pay for her visa, flight, etc., and wouldn't you know it, SWEETIE HAD A CASH-FLOW CRISIS.
And the "Russian woman" who writes you later won't usually be the pictures on this profile.Then at some point Russian scammers are going to hit you with some sort of urgent, heart-tugging plea for money..."My grandmother has taken ill and will die if we don't get her expensive medicine.... OR, "I'm very sorry John, but the place I use to send you my emails requires me to pre-pay for the next 6 months and I haven't the money to be able to afford this...", OR THE OLDIE-BUT-GOODIE, "My dear, I feel so close to you and want to see you very much.Russian scammers are always coming up with new, creative, convincing twists to this basic story...Like when you offer to buy her flight tickets for her she'll claim that a Russian law requires that she buy her own ticket, so she really just needs you to wire money.
It's half their life savings, you see, but they want their angel to be happy, and they know that she loves you and wants to be with you, so they will part with half their life savings... BUT, if you could wire her the money she will certainly repay you as soon as the problem is resolved...