Don't ask me why they are putting this in their profiles!!! Or maybe they use some absolutely weird translator that translates the phrase like that?
Or maybe they have some "profile writer" in their "staff" who writes it? There is nothing wrong with making mistakes when it is not your native language.
Russian dating sites are very popular and while many men have met genuine, loving Russian women, unfortunately sometimes one encounters scammers as well.
There are many variations of online dating scams originating in Russia and Eastern Europe but they have in common a high emotional and financial cost to unsuspecting scam victims.
Another source is in Lugansk and Donetsk (in spite of the war going over there, believe it or not! In most cases you can tell that the girl is a scammer just by looking at her profile. Most scammy profiles start with words "I the sociable girl", "I the cheerful girl", or whatever, with "am" omitted.
), but those are usually easy to detect as they mostly use the modeling pictures, or just "too good to be true" type of pics. Or, if it says "To me of 25 years", or whatever age, but that weird phrase "to me of xx years" or "me of xx years". Believe my experience, each and every profile that started with this particular cliche and had this grammar mistake, later turned out to be a scam.
Typically, a man comes into contact with a scammer through an online dating agency.
They are often essential to helping us provide you with a good on-line experience.
There are lots of stories about Russian dating sites on the Internet, and many complaints.
I can tell you that some dating sites are not good, and some people you meet (even through honest dating sites) will be not good. I consider that a website is honest if they are upfront with their policies and fees, and if they deliver what is promised.
If you ask why, they will say that they want to ensure your safety that you are not scammed.
The scammer will later explain that she’s from Russia but couldn’t select it as an option on the dating site.