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After being a "member" of Chnlove for a coupla years, I've come to the conclusion that the scamming going on is real, but the ladies are also real. Over time there have been hundreds of "admire letters".
Two that wrote me admire letters have come to the U.S. - One lives in San Francisco and would only meet there - The other came to Las Vegas to stay 3 months w/her daughter and new grandson. I went (from Fort Worth, TX) last month to meet her. She DID get a hotmail email address at my urging. There was no spark, and she spoke little English. Still, I gave her a coupla gifts 'cuz I wanted to. I AM a "nice guy" and I like me! - Even sent her the pictures I took of her and her girlfriend at a mall outlet there. She did thank me, too.
I'm writing another direct who included her email address. I'd meant to have my letter to her translated and said I was planning on doing that, but sent the English letter to her anyway. She replied back in English, but included some sort of translator w/it that printed out the Mandarin if I held the curser over the words... I'm somewhat impressed. We're still corresponding...
I found out for sure that scamming was happening when I got the same "reply" EMF letter w/3 different letter ID numbers (or letters) on the last 3 remaining credits I'd left in there for several months. The replies all came on the same date. I complained to CL, and they credited me 3 credits back.