Scammers often claim to be from Australia, but travelling or working overseas.
They will go to great lengths to gain your interest and trust, such as sharing personal information and even sending you gifts.
Scammers may take months, to build what seems like the romance of a lifetime and may even pretend to book flights to visit you, but never actually come.
Once they have gained your trust they will ask you (either subtly or directly) for money, gifts or your banking/credit card details.
In fact, the company is called Global Date, it is one of numerous Victoria Brides's partners and subsidiaries who employs translators to communicate with foreign clients on behalf of so-called "brides". I guess the people responsible for VB, must like me for some reason. It would be in Victoria Brides best interest to give back all my the money I spend on Victoria Brides website. Because, if you do not, hahah IT IS GOING TO GET VERY UGLY FOR VICTORIA BRIDES. they have all kinds of excuses Not to meet me at this time because all of them had suddenly mothers that are dying, Business meetings in another town (a sports teacher, for a week) or was ill... Even the reviews that I have been reading on this site that are very positive are fake ... Best of all is the amount of extremely pretty woman that are writing you emails and messages.... 1758 emails from top photo models that are dying to meet me... I don't believe that the majority of profiles is fake. I think it's wrong to make a decision after a few days of using the site.
You may look at company info and job offers here: https://ua/jobs/by-company/530186/ As you start working, you are given login and password from a bride's profile so you could write e-mails and chat with clients who are mostly from US and Europe. I guess you guys are trained very well to take a lot of $#*! Ludmila, Victoria Brides or the translators I was chatting with, remember this, "THIS I VOW". If you talk to the same girl for some time, they give you her number or email, so you can chat outside the service.
That does not mean she will meet with you and may continue to hide behind the site for obvious reasons.
I am in my late 60's and get hits from 18 year old gals who say "age is only a number". This site can be addictive and becomes truly exorbitantly expensive.
one imagines you are not talking to the girl herself because frequently a new 'operator' forgets previous chat history and asks you the same questions! Yes the costs here can go ballistic I've been working for Victoria Brides for a few days as a translator. Next will be more interesting Dear all that are looking.... yes Ukrainian woman like foreign men specially when they have some pocketmoney and are good looking. 15 times and 15 times the woman that I proposed to meet on their turf, their favourite bar or place .... I have one ( we met in Sweden actually, in a bar) But they are like all woman interested in the real person and its not that difficult ... you will meet them, just like any other normal persons.
In other cases, the scammer might start off by sending you flowers or other small gifts then will tell you about a large amount of money they need to transfer out of their country or that they want to share with you.
They will then ask for your banking details or money to cover administrative fees or taxes to free up the money.
While it is true that European & Russian women marry older men it seems the only ones that are real are those with kids who have been left by their husband or boyfriend for a younger woman. Do not for a moment imagine you are going to meet any of the truly beautiful [or otherwise] women.
The real question comes down to why in all creation would a 30 year old model want a 60 year old man. For a start the photos are so manipulated in Photoshop that they in the most part bear little resemblance to reality. The only thing real about it is that the site, the women and the agencies of the women are dedicated to squeezing as much money out of you as possible. I cannot say that 100% of the women there are liars and scammers as I did not speak to all of them but virtually all of the ones I did speak to were liars.