Remember Jesus himself who proposed the Scribes and Pharisees before the adulteress: For this reason, I would not in any case here be pretentious enough to declare that CQMI matchmaking services is exempt of problems.

The innocent person usually does not know anything about the real situation, and also may not know the scammer well (i.e. The scammer may give $10-50 to the receiver for her troubles, saying that the money came from his business partner or a relative.

There are some definite red flags but normally you won't be able to say for sure it is a SCAM before the money matters arise.

Do you think the real crooks are going to give real photographs and real personal information to their victims?

Do not be fooled, the real usefulness of a blacklist comprised of Russian women is to attract everyone's curiosity, journalists.

You will think that a woman from the picture cannot be a scammer because her face is the face of a decent honest person, and probably the woman on the picture really is. They take any picture of a beautiful Russian (or even not Russian) female, better a set of pictures, and use them for their dubious purposes.

They buy photos from photo studios, or an innocent woman may be invited for a "photo probe" and she will not even know that her photos are used in this way.

By her own admission, the director explains that the list has its limits.

Anyone can make an update of the site, there is no control.

Her English level does not allow her to write a letter without the slightest error in grammar or spelling.