From a legal point of view they are no swindlers, but from my personal view they are. Just read everything of this topic, follow my advises, suggestions, remember my information, print it out or come back now and then, but visit also my recommended resources, including my recommendations to provide yourself with tools or services that are created by professionals.
Now you probably ask yourself 'what can you do for me? Well that is very simple, I want to protect you for any kind of possible scam. , no, just for the simple reason I can't verify every step you make, but 'can I do this myself? 'Oh, you want to sell me something', certainly not in the first place, the information in our website could be sufficient for you, if you just use your common sense and normal knowledge of human character, keep both feet on ground and if you are not too credulous, then it's already a start.
For the woman it's important to see that the man who is writing to her is serious about finding a new partner.
To be very serious in your intentions and to be very open to her, gives you a response which you can analyze as reliable or not.
or those that insist in a aggressive way to buy products or services from them which you never need.
And you, blind of love, thinking about that beautiful young woman, are an easy potential victim for them.
And if you are satisfied with our contents, please spread the word, I always feel sad if I receive emails starting with 'I wished I had found your website sooner...' Here are some tips to start with, these tips are an extract of parts of the subjects described in this topic. Citizen, then this warning counts for any person from any country who wants to contact a Russian woman with the purpose for romance! Magic visas for Russian brides Tips and information why Russian brides can't get business or tourist visas to enter the United States Ever received a letter like this? They make visa, foreign passport, buy the tickets and even find a hotel where I can stay. When to be careful or even suspicious (these indicated signs are not enough to protect yourself from being scammed, they are just some possible red-flags. By the way I know a travel agency here, that can organize the trip to your country very quickly. if no, then put these words right above your computer, in case you will receive a letter similar like this.One of my favorite quoted expression is: "By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail." (Benjamin Franklin - 1706-1790) But there are also many variants, that are 'close' to swindle practices, but not (yet) labeled as real illegal organizations.These are organizations that will use methods to keep you as long as possible as a paid customer, or those who ask far too much money for their services.Only use real, professional and verifiable agencies.