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Unless you've met in person and things are serious, you have no reason to be paying for her to study foreign languages.
Scammer claims that her English is not so good and needs you to pay for translation services.
I wasn’t allowed to know exactly where he was or when he was coming home. There is no conversation between the soldier and his closest confidantes if he’s on a “top secret mission” and certainly not with someone he met online.
Letters become more desperate, persistent or direct if you do not send money straightaway.Scammer asks you to visit some site to verify that you are a real person.At this site, you will be asked to provide personal information - address, phone number, documents numbers, bank account details etc.She addresses you by the wrong name (or the letter is not written to you at all).Your name appears only once at the beginning of the letter. She avoids direct questions about her personal life, where she lives, home address, phone number, place of employment. Until you've met in person and spent time together, any claims of love should be treated as extremely suspect.