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Profile verification on dating sites is a feature that is worth its weight in gold. There are dating sites that boast tens of thousands of verified profiles, with copies of documents and video greetings recorded on file.And then those sites allow manifold months-long swindles that rip off their clients for millions of dollars, while getting the first cut on the profits. There is a whole industry of selling and leasing verified dating profiles in Ukraine, which is the primary provider for websites advertising Russian brides.
For many westerners, all Slavic women from the post-USSR countries are simpler to identify under the label “Russian”.(“Is Ukraine in Russia” is a suggested search phrase on Google, so the confusion seems to be common enough.)At the moment, Ukraine is experiencing colossal political turmoil, while other post-USSR countries tighten their regimes.Scams are a scary option to run in Russia with its total governmental monitoring of internet and media.One letter or call to President Putin – who is known to accept phone calls and emails from citizens – and scammers may find themselves in hot water. This is why internet scams in Ukraine are a popular way of making money online.Similar strict control occurs in Belarus & Kazakhstan. (Think Nigerian romance scammers – a local underground industry that has spread its tentacles across the world.)The preferred modus operandi of Ukrainian scammers is different to their Nigerian counterparts.Or, if it is them writing emails and chats (this happens, albeit rarely — pretty women have better things to do at night than entertaining single foreigners with online love confessions), then they are doing it because they want commission, and not because they like the guy and desire to be with him.
Today, the average salary of a Ukrainian women is only USD $200-300/month.
Students, stay-at-home moms, pensioners, and other economically vulnerable people are eager to get paid for simply typing phrases on the screen.
Instead of grooming victims for sizable money transfers, Ukrainian swindlers go through pay-per-letter international dating sites that charge for communication.
Their goal is to get regular (albeit smaller) payouts from lots of victims.
seeking employees to chat with foreigners on dating sites under another person’s identity increased by 50% over the last six months.
The ads incorporate names of sites they “cooperate” with, including all the top pay-per-letter (PPL) brands of internationally-oriented Eastern European sites.