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They just put all the email addresses they can collect through this method into a database for later use.And the "Russian woman" who writes you later won't usually be the pictures on this profile.
You can't help but think "Gosh, how could this be a scam if she is paying for the trip? Or, another similar recent favorite is for Russian scammers to claim that they ALREADY have their visa and will be coming to your country and that they just need to choose the city...
Another approach Russian scammers often use is to post their profiles on Direct-Connection Russian dating sites where there is little or no screening.
This can be a little harder to detect because they do actually interact through the site until they can get you engaged in a direct email communication.
Russia/Ukraine never requires a deposit from departing citizens, nor do they require travelers to buy their own tickets. Their scam prevention practices are the best in the business.
THE 100 PERCENT SUREFIRE COMMON-SENSE CURE: NEVER SEND MONEY TO SOMEONE YOU HAVE NEVER MET IN PERSON (Skype and phone don't count). But it is an open site where thousands of members post their own profiles, so scammers slip through sometimes.
Or, similarly, at the airport Russia won't allow her to depart unless she leaves a sizable cash deposit to ensure her return. I hope I'm not being too subtle or ambiguous :-) So by following this simple rule you will never lose money to these kinds of Russian scammers, but fortunately I can give you a few more characteristics of an email scam so that you can recognize it as a scam long before the punch line and save you any significant time or emotion on these scammers. Between these telltale signs you can easily eliminate nearly any risk of email scams.