My clients appreciate the fact that by working with me they do not waste time and money and typically find and become involved in a real life relationship with a beautiful Russian woman in about 3 months from the time we start working together!
They also value my guidance and advice in regard to dating, building and maintaining a relationship with Russian and Ukrainian women.
I have notified Absolte Agency of this and they have failed to remove the offending girls from their catalog which makes me think that they are part of the scam and should be blacklisted too. I still may travel to Ukraine to see ladies on my own ... I received the same letter from two different girls; it possibly was a mistake but none of the letters I received pertained to anything I had written in my letters, which I can understand on the first letter, but when you get a second letter the same thing you know you are getting strung out for .00 a letter.
I did not receive a response from Absolute Agency at all. At the last minute i get this and cannot believe my ears.... I had the same experience with duplicate letters were sent from Novoryssiysk on the Black Sea and St Petersburg.
In the second letter from each they both asked for money in exactly the same words, complaining how the things are expensive etc. Complaints to the service provider did result in a partial refunds though.
In the last 6 months I have repeatedly found ladies (8 to date) on the site These girls are all operated by Amour of Ukraine and are a scam. after hearing that I was NOT sending anything further.... So now I call there and speak to somebody I cannot even pronounce her name, and tell her this asking if it seems real and she almost can't control the laughter. just to jump in from of a third that surely hit home....The other thing I noticed was that all three of the ladies that I decided to write to, their ages were exactly 2 years older than their profile stated. I would doubt seriously if any lady you write to is actually receiving your letters.Currently, I'm researching different services, but am frustrated and disappointed that after three months I can't seem to get past one letter. The responses I would get would not even answer the most basic of my questions, and in some cases, the letter from the lady truly made no sense whatsoever to what I had sent her. If I sent a letter to, or opened a letter from Chisinau, then BINGO - the next day I was mysteriously popular with other women from Chisinau. John - Dallas I have seen a few negative comments on this site regarding e700.com, a company that operates out of Atlanta, Georgia through globaladies.com, euroladies.com, and It is my opinion that the reason there is a doubling in the number of agencies is not because there are more girls, but because there are agencies generating letters off pictures to bring in fees.The way to beat this is to request the girl address and offer to mail forward her hand written letters free to her. Stop writing immediately if the "agency does not allow, etc." Robert Armstrong, AOLThere is absolutely no doubt that Amour of Ukraine is a total scam and everything that Robert Armstrong said earlier in this section is true by my own experience and the experience of others.I have alerted them before to the fact that there are scam artistes such as Amour of Ukraine with @addresses using their site and they just say they can't control it. Go to Absolute Agency and send a letter to A551238, or A551223, or A551203, or A551188, or A551166 and collect a full set of prepared letters for each ofthese "girls" which will be sent from [email protected] [email protected] name is John Thomas and I live in Denver, CO. I made some mistakes I would not have if I had thoroughly visited your site first. but not without me paying for the manager to hold here hand on the plane. When the duplicate letters didn't work, a new tactic of shuffling paragraphs was used.As it pertains to your black lists I have 2 email letters from 2 ladies from a site Brides from Russia Main Page ( After the 3rd letter it was apparent paragraphs were just being shuffled around.Guys, I am in my 50s and there is no way I would respond to a letter from someone in her early twenties, enticing as she might be.You have to be realistic about yourself, guys, and think about what type of woman would be interested in you, and why.It separates the scammers from the real girls quickly. It is a despicable agency and I think they are capable of anything. I think 'Anonymous UK' has this agency confused with other legitimate agencies in Odessa."Amour of Ukraine" is based in Odessa and I know that there are other honest agencies with similar sounding names.Everything seemed ok, I couldn't find fault except that they needed money for visa, and then after that air fair... cept I was told everything I needed to be and now I do not get the impression my cash will return... she will not ask or talk much about cash and leaves it up to 'Julia Shulga' the owner of 'Carmen marriage agency'. letters are lost or not replied to and I'm told they were send .. I was told they never read ladies email but got replies from the 'agency' answering some questions posed by me in my so called 'private' emails. The dialog from the one that I initiated first the contact was very vague and she did not answer any of my questions.So I sent a response back with the same questions and a few new ones and still await for a reply. The other two that contacted me first and I replied to have not responded back and its been over a month now too. After sending out about 20 1st-approach emails in addition to posting my own ad, I can say this about the system.speaker I was able to avoid all the Russian bride scam on line and tap into the pool of close to ten million single Russian women who are outside of the mail order bride agency circuit and who have ads on local, direct contact Russian dating sites.