To remove ethical dilemmas, foreign men are portrayed as “inadequate”, greedy, and arrogant, with the implication that scamming them for money wouldn’t be such an awful thing morally.Some translators agree to perform such work and “perpetrate the dream” for the benefit of the agency, earning commissions on payments by men.It’s a known fact that women greatly outnumber men in Russia (86 men for 100 women).With most people being in relationships, some single girls estimate that there are 9 women for each single man in Russian cities. Unscrupulous operators of marriage agencies target single people who are desperate for a relationship, and it’s not just men who are getting hard done by.Russian women endure their unfair share of dating swindlers in their homeland, too.Then he offered to move to another place to continue communication but warned that he would be only interested if the night ends at his home with a more intimate encounter.Dina was appalled, apparently preferring to be misled rather than asked directly.
As I remember, after two months of “connecting people” the agency’s owner declared bankruptcy and no longer answered employees’ calls…” Suffice to say, translators-substitutes didn’t get paid.When Dina arrived to the interview, she was asked to describe herself.She didn’t want to do it and demanded to see the profile of the man she was supposed to be meeting, but the marriage agency administrator was merciless.But salaries of government workers such as educators or medical doctors are dreadfully low.
This is why teachers of foreign languages often seek to supplement their incomes with part-time jobs.
Young Slavic women are invited to be “marriage agency models” and pose for photos, with promises of money, expensive gifts, and passive income from the earnings of their profiles on pay-per-message dating sites.