PDA

View Full Version : Re: your mail



Terry Kroetsch F
07-03-1995, 11:35 PM
sorry to do this but if I get one more of these I'll...I'll....

SCREAM!!!! Please stop!


On Mon, 3 Jul 1995 Olga.Kosmina@Dekabristov_St.5-178.Kiev-253121.Ukraine.UA wrote:

> Subject: meet women of the former USSR through romance ads
>
>
> ## meet women of the former USSR through romance ads ##
>
> Months ago, Olga Kosmina placed my personal ad in several papers of the former Soviet Union. Since that time I have received over 40 responses for the $50 I mailed Olga. (I believe she paid the newspapers something around $35 and kept the rest for her efforts.)
> I have found greater success and savings by placing my own personal romance advertisement rather than purchasing addresses through Russian "bride" catalog companies.
> If you are interested in placing a personal romance ad as I did, contact Olga. She has built up a list of most every newspaper and magazine in the former Soviet Union and could help direct your ad to certain areas if you wish. She writes, "please say that I place all ad _throughout_ Russia and other countries of former Soviet Union, not only Western Russia."
> Olga is 23 years old, has a bachelors in biology and works full-time as a florist in Kiev. She speaks, reads and writes English as well as her native languages of Russian and Ukrainian.
> I realize that it is a very trusting person who would put $ into an envelope and mail to a foreign country. If you would rather send a letter of inquiry first, Olga will respond to your questions. It takes about 16 days for a letter to travel from the USA to Kiev.
>
> Olga Kozmina
> Dekabristov Street 5 - 178
> Kiev 253121
> Ukraine
>
> I have found that by placing a single bill between two pieces of newsprint inside an envelope, the Ukrainian post cannot see through and does not bother to tamper. I have yet to lose a letter sent to Kiev. I am sorry that Olga does not have e-mail because it would make contact with her much easier.
> I am posting anonymously because of the inordinate amount of e-mail which I would receive -- inquiries as well as flames.
>
> Best Wishes,
>
> David and Olga
>
> Although Olga has never seen a newsgroup nor heard of "net-etiquette," she believes that helping others exceeds the cost of angering those who feel the net should not be used in this fashion.
> IHA (I humbly ask) that you not flame the postmaster of this site.
>
> peace. . .
>