I must confess, despite being around I do not know for sure who Jim is and what exactly he does. But what makes me angry is this web site claims that I receive the e-mail because I opted so in their web site which is arrogant lies!
I had never visited the site before this e-mail this morning.
What’s more, my username and address are not known to their message board.
And the e-mail address they spammed me at is not my general address.
My mom was abroad a few years ago,and she has told that I have to leave russia and try to live in civilization country,she thinks that I am enough pretty to live here without any chances, I don't feel that I am beautiful like Hoolywood girls but not the worst variant, I think so.
I've never been abroad before and I would like to visit there so much! PS: People from travel agency help me to arrange my travel and they created my personal mail box for my correspondence and they tell that it will be better if I have someone there who will wait for me and help me first This is my personal e-mail address so please send a word to let me know if you want to continue correspondence, I will wait for your answer!!!
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Actually, this web site was set up on 13 January 2007 and I have a bit better memory than forgetting where I signed up no earlier than two weeks ago. The e-mails read like: Dear RWD member, This message is to inform you that we've just moved the RWD( Russian Women Discussion ) Forum!Did anyone else receive hate mail concerning Jim's lists, a site I had no idea I was a member of?It is too crude to post here so I sent a copy to Dan by PM. I would have never intentionally joined his site and some unstable person now has my email address. I received a e-mail from a web site apparently set up by Jim's enemies with the sole purpose of denigrating him as I view it.They intrigued me enough to make me wonder if I should look outside our country, Russia in particular..."In May 2001 Terry, an Australian man scammed by a gang of Internet con-artists, sent his story to Russian Bride Cyber Guide's Black List. Now radio and TV-stations are eager to talk to Terry but he is not keen to give interviews. No need saying that scammers can reach pretty much anybody, who is looking for a life partner online.PLEASE NOTE: All black lists and reports are compiled from our visitor's comments only.