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Avoid Scammers in 2018

There has been so much happening the last few days that I couldn’t possibly relate all of the information and events to you. I haven’t even told you about my return trip from Donetsk yet. There have been 4 men that I have met the past week, and all of them have needed to meet me and I have needed to meet. I feel like it is destiny.
As you know, I have been writing a book for the past three months, and that is why I haven’t been keeping my blog current. On Wednesday, I went to the bank to put money into the bank for one of my Ukrainian girl students. She is helping me because I do not have a credit card any more and needed one in order to create my domain for my new website that will hopefully be online sometime in the next week or so.
While we were in the bank waiting for our turn with a bank teller, this tall, pretty, late 20s Ukrainian blond walked in toting a man behind her. The man was obviously an American, so I immediately said hello. The Ukrainian girl was trying to cut in front of all other people, so I told her that there were other people waiting, and the Ukrainian girl I was with told her the same thing in Russian. She immediately frowned and looked at us as if we were trying to steal her first born child.
Then, I said hello to the American. He looked like a "dear in headlights”, so I knew that he needed help. I started to introduce myself to him, and that Ukrainian girl (his translator) cut in and tried to tell me that they were in a hurry. I ignored her because I could see that she was seething at the mouth with saliva dripping down her mouth similar to a dog that is ready to attack.
I said to the man that my name was Vincent, and that I’ve lived here for 3 years, and that I help people like him with Ukrainian girls. He was in panic mode and re-iterated to me that he was in a hurry and couldn’t listen to me. I firmly said, "look around man! You are waiting behind 5 people! I have information and to me information is the most valuable commodity in the world! I am not asking you for money! I do not gain or receive anything by helping you! I am just trying to help you! So, if you don’t like what I have to say, then forget about me after you leave this bank, ok?!!!”
He said, ok and let me say what I had to say. So, I gave him my information and then on Thursday around noon time, he sent me an email. His dating experience, set up by Anastasia Date of course, had not been a positive, so he read all posts in this blog, and then said that he was starting to realize that I might have some information that might be helpful for him. So, I reassured him that everything would be ok, and I sent him the unfinished version of my book. He stayed up until 4 am Friday morning reading the entire book.
At 5 pm last evening, he sent me an email and asked me if his desire to meet and marry a young, Ukrainian girl and to take her back to the US was foolish. I met him for dinner last night, and introduced him to my Matchmaker friend, and another friend, and that gave him the opportunity to meet some good Ukrainian girls here. So, now he has an idea that there are many, many wonderful Ukrainian girls here.
That is just one story. I have many more to relate, but I have to start teaching now, and I am trying to finish my book and website this week. So, I’ll get back to you as soon as possible. If, by chance, you see a man that needs my help and relationship advice from a foreign country, please call me or send me an email or comment here. Have a great Saturday!!!

19.12.2018