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Yes, Russia’s females, whose profiles you see on legitimate web pages, are not desperate “to get out of poverty”.
They are desperate “to have a family”, which means a husband who loves her and the kids.
Girls in Ukraine get paid about US 0 for a 3-hour photo session (this is more than the average female monthly wage locally, by the way).
Some girls simply sell their photos to pay-per-letter websites that hire another person to chat under an assigned identity.
54% of people have degrees in Russia, while in the USA it’s 50%. They are also highly patriotic and love their homeland.
Her computer broke and she can only contact you through the website where you are required to pay for each message. It is a requirement during photo shots for PPL schemes to provide “erotic” type of pictures for the dating profile on the site, as well as a personal video.
You think it’s not a problem and the fees are not too large. Otherwise, guys don’t get enough visual stimulation to open their wallets and keep paying for chats for months or even years.
PPL stands for “pay per letter”, the term coined by Elena Petrova, a former Russian “mail order bride” who moved abroad in late 1990s. Most likely, if the site promotes itself as “Hot (sexy) Russian brides” but female members you get messages from live .
But for now, all you need to remember is that if you are bombarded by chat requests and emails from pretty young beauties in lingerie when visiting pages of a Russian dating site, most likely you are at a pay-per-letter place. They start talking to you, quickly “develop feelings”, and then something happens. Or the person may simply ask to send her money (which is never a good idea in case of any online acquaintances).