The local agent has access to the woman’s profile on the site, through an admin panel and has the ability to alter, delete, or operate it.Local agents quickly realised that the more women they have in a database, and the more letters and chats they send, the more money they can make.
Only a few allow direct communication and sharing of contact information, and don’t request payment for letters.
If you search for Russian women or Ukrainian ladies, you will see tons of listings of websites, most of which will be using the PPL scheme.
With the political anarchy in Ukraine in recent years, there is almost no control over so called “marriage agencies”.
Whether the girl in the photos had any desire to marry someone from overseas became superfluous.
Irrespective of that hiccup, he continues to send letters at $5 a pop. It’s nearly impossible to avoid PPL dating scam when you are paying per letter.
Even if the “mother” agency swears women are interested in every man they are talking to, there is no way for the facade website to know that.
The pay per letter (PPL) online dating scam has been around for over a decade, but it is only during the last few years that it has become rampant in Ukraine; it is less spread in Russia.
This model of operation for overseas dating sites offering so called “mail order brides” turned out to be so profitable that even legitimate services with 20-year-histories adopted it, along with hundreds of new sites developing virtually overnight and instantly presenting thousands of pretty faces and bodies.
Women who are seeking a relationship with the goal of a prospective marriage through online dating sites, while at the same time living in another country, are often classified by the media as mail order brides.