aka Anastasia International Inc., Russian Brides, Scanna International.
I have documentary evidence (emails, web pages etc..) which show the following facts:
AW admits that its agents in CIS countries encourage girls to spam men for responses. This means that the more men who reply the higher the revenue earned by AW and its agents. It also means that the 'interest' of the woman is often not genuine.
AW admits that in many cases the initial letter purporting to be from the lady is, in fact, from the agency itself and not from the lady. I have noticed that usually the lady's profile either does not match my criteria or I do no match her criteria!
AW promotes tours to meet ladies in CIS countries yet its own web site states that its last tour was during December 2001!
The agent of AW will use an identical letter to impersonate the lady. I have evidence which shows an identical letter purporting to come from the same lady addressed to different male id profiles.
AW's agent will initiate correspondence and hence impersonate a lady even after that lady is listed as no longer available on the AW web site.
My evidence contains written confirmation from two ladies who confirm they did not write letters to me until I contacted them through another channel. This meant I was writing to the agency who was duping me as to the lady's intentions. My feelings were being exploited.
I am therefor planning to initiate a lawsuit in Maine, USA where AW has its headquarters. I plan this to be a class action to recover the charges which AW obtained by fraud and damages including punitive damages.
I invite all men who have had similar experiences to mine with this organisation to join me in this action. It will be on a 'no win no fee' basis for the lawyer so there will not be any risk to the complainant.
At this time the following brief details are required from each complainant:
Date started using the services of AW or its affiliates
Date stopped using their services
The amount of money paid to AW etc.. during this period.
A summary of your experiences.
Please write to me, John Watt, at:
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