13 Responses to “Contact”

  1. Gary Cook says:

    Hi Marina,
    It has been a few years since I’ve bought your book and now in my 40’s and 5 trips to Ukraine and Moldova (25,000.00 dollars later) I am no further ahead. I live outside Anchorage Alaska in the country (50km) and before I even entertain trying to do this again, I need a little help or your opinion on the way to go about this (an honest to goodness agency). I do not know if my email is in your records, as it has been 3 years or more since I ordered your book online and have since have new computers and lost some online books. Anyway, just wanted to say hello, ask your opinion and try and find someone in this world before I think I am too old. A women with a child is not a problem. Thanks for listening and hope all has been well for you!

    Gary Cook
    P.S. If I am still in your records could I get the e-book again, if I’m not I understand and will have to buy it again.

  2. Dear Marina,
    I am now nearly 52. I lived in America for 21 years and after the death of my American wife, due to cancer in June 2010, I quite by chance met a woman from Russia on Match.com while I was still living there. She had somehow got accepted onto Match.com whilst living in Kostroma. It became obvious to me that this was a scam. She told this elaborate story about her need for money which her parents had given her. The bank then wanted the money back from her parents immediately which meant they were going to loose everything. The photos she sent to me were hypnotic! I’d never seen the like of them before. I began to become fascinated in wanting to learn more about Kostroma and during my search I stumbled across the website anastasiadate.com.
    Seventeen months later and many thousands of dollars later (having made two trips to Kharkov, Ukraine) I am still communicating with four different women. Two are from Kharkov aged 34 and 35, one from Odessa aged 32 and one from Kherson aged 25. I have gone around and around in my mind trying to decide which woman is the best suited to me and am completely unable to decide. They are all very devoted to me it seems but I am unable to decide what I am looking for.
    I am well educated, young at heart, I was married for nearly twenty years and took care of my wife for five years while she was dying of cancer. I am non judgmental and treat everyone the same having lived on two continents and traveled to thirteen different countries. I did also visit St.Petersburg back in 1982 and my mother visited the city twice back in the 70s and 80s.
    Your book shockingly reveals the reality and truth about what happens to east-west relationships that end in marriage and a quick divorce.
    There is really only one woman I think about, the 35 year old from Kharkov, but she is unable to speak English yet. We are talking about a life together but I am also learning through friends in England who are in the Orthodox church the realities of bringing a Ukrainian woman to England. Having left England to go to live in America I know what it is like to leave ones homeland and start a new life in a new country. I know all too well the difficulties of adapting to living in a foreign country and fear any of these women will find it too hard to adapt to the pressures of married life in the west with all the prejudicial and judgmental attitudes that there are especially in my own family and friends. I do know that I have a lot of love to give these women and a lot of understanding.
    I feel I could write an e-book myself about my experiences. I have spoken to many many women over the past seventeen months from all over Ukraine and Russia and with my twenty year experience of being married I do feel I know what women want and don’t want from a man.
    I do fully agree that love, trust and honesty are at the heart of any successful relationship. A woman needs to be honored, respected, cherished in bad times and good times.
    Thank you so much for writing this book. It is such be required reading for all men thinking of entering into a relationship with a woman from the former soviet union. If there is any further practical advice you could give me in helping me make my decision about which woman to choose it would be very helpful. Thank you again.
    Yours sincerely
    Matthew Watts

  3. Ryan says:

    Hi Marina,

    Good Day, I read the article on the above website about Indian men and Russian women. I have for long dreamed about being married to a Russian girl, but never had the opportunity. I live in Bangalore, but havent come across many russian girls.

    Can you point me to some places in Bangalore where I can meet ? 🙂 and also can you please suggest a genuine dating website where real russian women (not scammers) are looking for real Husbands?

    Thanks

  4. Bill Roberts says:

    Hello. I bought and read both of your E-books. However, I am wondering about some things. How can I tell if a Russian/Ukrainian woman is a devil or an angel? I have read of horror stories about Russian women killing their Western husbands to get their assets. Of course I know the reverse is true: Russian women have been killed by their American or Australian husbands. IMBRA clearance is only for men, correct? It will not provide me with information about the Russian/Ukrainian woman I am intersted in, right?
    Another question is in regards to what we Western men call “professional daters”. Those are women who are not interested in a foreign husband and are hired and paid by websites to pretend that they are looking on the site. They get men to pay money to communicate with them and to pay for video “chats” and it is nothing but a scam. Do you have any tips on how to spot this? By the way, I think is is likely that some of the beautiful 18 to 25 year old gorgeous girls on these sites are professional daters. Thank you for any information and help.
    Regards,
    Bill

  5. Ray Betz says:

    What is your opinion about the dating site ualadys? Is it a legitimate dating/marriage site?

  6. greg says:

    Hello, What do Russian women think about your book or what would they think if they could read it?
    It seems incredible that Russian women think about or desire a foreign marriage in any significant numbers. It is conceivable that older American, Canadian or Australian men want to believe the prospects are ready and waiting.
    I’m in contact with a Russian woman who seems honest and real. It is a big concern that she would not find a move from Russia to America to her liking, in fact I think she would find the individualistic nature of American society very disappointing. I think and am afraid that the shock in shocking truth would be on her. A book is really needed for these Russian women to enlighten them in the differences of culture. Greater knowledge about Russian culture would be a good goal but Russia is such a large diverse country that customs would be expected to vary greatly. How does your book address this without wide generalizations? Russian views of the west are largely influenced by the Russian media, another possible misinterpretation?
    Thanks,
    Greg

  7. Wayne says:

    HELLO MARINA,
    I BOUGHT BOTH BOOKS LATE AT NIGHT ON TH 27APRIL. I JUST WANT TO SAY THAT YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT. I READ ONE BOOK AND COULD NOT BRING UP THE OTHER BOOK. IS IT A ONE TIME READ? I DON’T KNOW BUT I DID ENJOY IT AND DID LEARN ALOT. IT SHOULD BE REQUIRED READING FOR ALL MEN WHO ARE CONSIDERING MARRIAGE TO RUSSIAN WOMEN.
    THANKS
    WAYNE

  8. JERRY DOLAN says:

    Hi Marina,
    I love the newsletter,but mine stops at nine is there more
    LOVE
    JERRY

  9. cerri says:

    about russian living in Europe.

    HOW to have sex with russian woman fastly (married,single) .what the difference?

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