He starts sending her money so she can obtain her visa, as well as giving her some other money for miscellaneous expenses. She’s heading to the United States, but has to travel for a layover in Istanbul first. She wants to leave the country and come live with him in the US.However, more money is obviously needed to fix any visa issues. She’s finally on the plane, and bound for American soil.He’d plan to spend about ten days in Odessa, albeit that girl lived about an hour outside of the city.I believe he also had plans to meet one other girl, so he wasn’t putting all his eggs in one basket.To wrap this up, I obviously feel sorry for the guy. I can only hope that not all men make the same (repeated) mistakes when it comes to Ukrainian brides.Remember the golden rule - NEVER SEND MONEY TO ANYONE YOU MEET ONLINE.Today I feel the need to share a Ukrainian bride horror story/scam that was recently pulled on an acquaintance of mine.To give some backstory, I met this guy in July 2016 in Odessa, Ukraine.
In another variation the Filipino lady may ask the victim to send money so she can hire a private room in an internet café. In the final variation of this scam the Filipino lady may explain that she is a student and is moonlighting as a webcam girl at an adult chat site.Typical sob stories told by Ukrainian brides as a way to scam men out of their money.Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure there are Ukrainian brides who genuinely want to find a nice guy and get married. It sucked for the American guy, but making those kind of huge financial purchases right off the bat are a surefire way to get yourself screwed. Yeah, the same guy was the “victim” of yet another Ukrainian brides scam less than six months after the first one.Sure, jobs might impact this, but if you’re at a point in life where you’ve got the money to blow, surely you can afford to take a week or two off work.You’re likely to have a better experience rather than endlessly hunting and getting scammed by Ukrainian brides.