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the photo looks like it is from a magazine or the description the person has given of themselves doesn't match the photo). She contacts you out of the blue on your private e-mail address and you have no idea where she got your e-mail address from.Her letters do not sound like replies to yours, but instead seem generic.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.Often a scammer wants to borrow money to solve these problems, promising to return it to you soon. You might see her asking for money to help her sick mother or child and she can turn only to you for help as she knows you love each other and are meant to be together soon.It's not appropriate at all in any culture to ask a stranger you've never met to help you.
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