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It seemed like I was receiving a reply within three hours after sending a letter and the responses were very generic, weak and always included two photos of the lady.There were no description or comments accompanying the photos.The letters tended to sound as if a male wrote them, which was a bit troubling but I thought it was reasonable to attribute this to the gender of the translator.I expressed my concerns about scamming to the lady in a polite and non-judgmental way.She told me how hurt, offended and disappointed she felt.I felt somewhat guilty for hurting her feelings but I thought it was important to resolve this issue because my feelings of distrust were too strong by now and the relationship was unlikely to develop and prosper with such feelings of insecurity.I explained how photos can be misappropriated by anyone and used to create profiles without the real owner of the photos being aware of their illicit use. It was like being blind) the purpose of the validation was to quickly establish a relationship built on trust and confidence before we are months into the relationship.I expressed my interest in getting to know her but due to the high cost of our correspondence and my plans to visit her within 90 days, that it was important to resolve my doubts about the validity of the profile with which I was communicating (I was literally communicating with only a photo. The lady responded with outrage to what I considered to be a reasonable and common sense request in light of all the scamming that is occurring on international dating sites. " which sounded too American for me and made me suspect the letter writer could be at AFA offices in Arizona.
There was hardly any substantial information coming from the lady.She had sent me a series of photos that were taken so many years apart that it was difficult to recognized her in the series because each photo appeared to be a different woman, although with careful examination, facial features such as the eyebrows and lips appeared to be the same.