I bet most of it will be either from Kazan, or Cheboksary, or Yoshkar-Ola, or...
But sometimes they are not so stupid, and copy the profile descriptions from somebody else's profile, written in a good English.
If that happens, half of Mari El starts using and re-using it, like this one for example: "The main thing about me is probably that I am a purposeful person and always reach my goal and that I am always ready top work hard for it.
Or maybe they run an English text through their broken translator??
But to start each and every profile with the same cliche, and with the same grammar mistake is really dumb!
But overall, while dealing with Russian scam, I come to the conclusion that scammers are not very smart people.
I would like to meet a man who likes this life, enjoys it, who loves children and does want to have friendly family." Whenever you read this, just turn around and go!
Enter the sentence from her profile description in quotes in Google.
This is one dating site that you’ll want to avoid like Russell Brand on your wedding night.
If this is the kind of friends she has, it's her own problem.
Those are small poor cities, located not even in the European part of Russia.
FAKE”“At first when you sign up for the “free” site you start getting phony emails with pictures that are obviously stock photos.
None of the “contacts” I got ever wrote back, and all messages I got were written with the same language and included stock photos, indicating they were all fake.