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This site will give you insight about "Russian mail order brides"; who they are, what they are like and why they are so available.

I designed it to specifically answer the most important questions and clear up myths and cultural misunderstandings.

While there are many websites and agencies, you always stand out for your honesty and for your willingness to take the first step in doing the correct thing. You think of what can be most helpful to ALL and sometimes it is not a direct benefit to you in terms of money.

My experience has left me with a new impression about Russian women and maybe someday I can find one the right way.

Stop wasting time on Craigs List.com, there are no real women there!

I have personally found good dating sites that are real, with no scams, just girls looking to meet guys for fun.

Thanks also, for helping to dispel some of the misinformation and over-generalizations floating around the Internet about Russia in general.

I just returned from Russia, and I wish I had read your articles prior to my trip.

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