It’s two years since I published my very very very first article on the subject of PPL (pay per letter) Ukrainian online dating sites (aka marriage agencies) providing introductions to gorgeous mail order brides.
The step-by-step investigation entitled “The unsightly truth about PPL online dating sites for Ukrainian women” was quoted by multiple sources online and offline.
But, right now I nevertheless get comments from American dudes whom for many reason that is unexplainable they will have “found an authentic woman” through PPL web web sites.
But why don’t you? What’s incorrect with this specific idea?
Exactly why is this impossible?
Because females have recruited into pay-per-letter schemes through work portals in reaction to jobs advertisements providing to earn “easy” cash.
It is like just starting to utilize solutions of a prostitute and then hope that she will fall in deep love with you.
- Is it feasible? — Yes, in movies like “Pretty Woman” (if you’re a handsome billionaire driving around in a Ferrari, Lamborghini, or Lotus).
- Can it be likely? — perhaps maybe Not in real world.
But wait, am we stating that absolutely absolutely absolutely nothing changed when you look at the world that is beautiful of communication” in 24 months?
Yes, some things changed. These are generally now better at hiding the reality.
A vacancy for Ukrainian brides: “Models required for a married relationship agency. Profits rely on task and want to cooperate. Agency seeks pretty girls for enrollment on worldwide online dating sites. You simply have to offer authorization for book of one’s pictures and provide extra photos and videos (it impacts how big your commissions). We guarantee stable income that is passive your profile on internet web sites. Demands: Age 23-50, good photos that are professional maybe not hitched. We require models that are enthusiastic about high commissions. Continue reading Think you came across a truthful Ukrainian girl through “pay-per-letter” marriage agency and you are clearly never being scammed? Think again