Risky investments demand due diligence: you wouldn't buy a used car without a vehicle history report, or dabble in ore-mining without a mineral survey -- so why would you purchase a wife without first ascertaining she exists? Verify your love, with RussianScamCheck.
RSC's a U.S. based organization "dedicated to fighting the online fraud" committed by mail-order-bride operations in the former Soviet Union, a region shattered by glasnost, but still perestroiking us with elaborate scams. For a low consultation fee, Check'll have a member of their crack squad give you "professional advice" on various topics: cities with high scam rates, how to translate Russian passport info, and sneaky questions you can email her to determine if she's telling the truth -- a beautiful start to a lasting relationship built on fear and deceit. For more concrete evidence, RSC'll courier a lone rose to your amore's supposed address and either take a photo or provide you a verbal description ("Her face...is"); ask that they request a valid I.D./passport during delivery, and she'll have further proof that you're as romantic as a bouncer.
Even if you scoff at mail-order matching, drop by the site to watch RSC's digital avatar deliver an awkwardly phrased rundown in an amusing Russian brogue -- when your car breaks down and your mine shaft comes up dry, at least you'll have the gift of laughter.