She also said a girl friend had just gone to the United States so she, "Oksana", was familiar with the procedures to do the business at her end.
Also after proclaiming her love to me in several emails, including poetry, she was very insistent that the money come right away. She said she had instructed her aunt in Moscow buy tickets.
By the way, she declined when I suggested she sell her PC and stereo to pay for the "insurance".
I slowly began trying to get her to reveal more information about herself.
According to our information, there are many scam groups in Yoshkar-Ola that are using photos of young women and write letters to men pretending to be "a Russian woman seeking for a husband".