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Pretty young women are paid to pose for photos (these positions are advertised as “models”).They are promised percentages from the income their profiles generate & gifts that men send.Various job ads offer a 25-75% commission to letter writers. Agents get commission for each communication from the master site that has the ability to process foreign credits cards online (which local Ukrainian agents don’t have).The local agent also cannot develop a sophisticated software program and doesn’t have the marketing budget that the master site has.
The ads incorporate names of sites they “cooperate” with, including all the top pay-per-letter (PPL) brands of internationally-oriented Eastern European sites.
They must provide their identification and film a video greeting, forming a “verified” profile.
Girls are scheduled for professional studio photo sessions: given makeup, clothes & told how to pose. “The rights to the photos belong to the agent,” the ads insist.
(“Is Ukraine in Russia” is a suggested search phrase on Google, so the confusion seems to be common enough.)At the moment, Ukraine is experiencing colossal political turmoil, while other post-USSR countries tighten their regimes.
Scams are a scary option to run in Russia with its total governmental monitoring of internet and media.