This is often one of the easiest ways to spot a scammer.
If you find ANY part of the text from your Eastern European Woman is in a Google search, DUMP HER LIKE A ROTTEN POTATO!
If you don’t want your inbox flooded with Spam, set up an alias email address.
For the purposes of writing this article, I went to my old alias email box (I haven’t accessed it in years), searched the spam box and in no time, I found an (unsolicited) email from “Olga” in Russia. Here is my email from “Olga:” Now, many Men will sign up to an online agency or dating service and some months later will get a letter like this.
A nice place to start would be the Dao-Dao Islands some seven to ten minutes away from the seaport, when riding a motorboat.
It is a rather big island, with an area size of about 1.1057 hectares.
The first thing to look for is what email address it came from.
If you buy the ticket yourself, she’ll either come or she won’t. Have a trusted best friend or a brother look at a few emails or meet your Woman on a Skype call (“just to introduce my brother”) and ask them, “Do you believe that she is interested in me or do you think she is a scammer?
Finally, Poloyagan Beach have rocky outcroppings and coral reefs so one should be careful in trekking them.
In a recent comment, Mario from Brazil asked how to do a Google photo search.
Click on it and look for “show original.” This will open the email in plain text showing the full headers.
What you are looking for is the origin of the email.