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Get her name and address (required for most cash transfer transactions) and make up a fake transfer number, and email the "girl" that you have wired her ,000 USD and she can pick it up at any Western Union branch.
Russian scammers are always coming up with new, creative, convincing twists to this basic story...
Like when you offer to buy her flight tickets for her she'll claim that a Russian law requires that she buy her own ticket, so she really just needs you to wire money.
These are great sites and they always investigate reports of scammers and remove them immediately, but there's only so much they can do. And on these two sites, there are two really simple tricks to weeding out most of the Russian scammers without wasting a single minute: And if Russian scammers do slip through the radar by deviating from the standard email scammers playbook, like actually reading your emails and really customizing her responses, etc.
and does eventually ask for money, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND you continue to play their game...