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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.
But however it is that the dialog starts, the direct/email scam is nearly always done through "free media" (email, Skype, and/or some other instant messaging tool), not through "Pay-Per-Letter" services (more on that kind of scam at Agency Scams). She will sound like she's more and more in love with you with each passing email.
You are her special man, and she's stopped writing all other men from the site, told her family and friends all about you, etc., etc., etc.
Russian scammers post pictures and profiles of beautiful Russian women.
They may have downloaded the pictures of some Russian actress or model who you would not recognize, or they may have downloaded the pictures from a real girl's profile on another site.
The picture in the profile was just the bait used by Russian scammers.
She may continue the dialog immediately after you exchange contact information, OR you may never see another message from her, but days, weeks, or months later you will start getting very generic emails from various Russian women you've never seen claiming they saw your profile at a dating agency and want to get to know you.Or instead of the "database method", sometimes they just put their email address in disguised form ("elena12321 at ya hoo com") in their profile on a site like ALL girls on Match claiming to be from Russia/Ukraine who post a disguised email address like this are Russian scammers.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.I could go into detail, but just trust me when I say that none of these things are true! NOTE: The more of the following that are true, the more likely you're dealing with a scammer. But if you don't want to need to become an expert in recognizing Russian scammers, I would recommend