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We certainly need better quality migrants than many of the ones we are currently accepting."Until today I was unaware that your site is based in Australia.I posted a warning on your site a few years ago regarding a Russian scammer I encountered.One could expect that after being scammed Terry would give up on Internet dating and particularly Russian women; quite the opposite.He continued his search and is currently involved with a Ukrainian girl.But unlike many other men, Terry not only sent a warning to others but wanted to do more and so continued tracking down the criminals determined to have them prosecuted.He launched a webpage with information on the scammers to collect reports from other victims.After receiving money, the gang would stop correspondence.It is believed that the gang, based in Chelyabinsk, Russia, were some of the first dating scammers that used Internet personals to rip off men seeking serious relationship and marriage with Russian women.
I complained that it seems we only want people from there if they are athletes or coaches who can win us a few extra gold medals at the Olympics."In the year 2001-2002 Australia unfortunately only accepted 187 migrants of all classes from those two countries, - despite the fact that they have a combined, and highly educated, population exceeding 200 million."Those figures for the 2001 - 2002 are particularly annoying especially when one compares them with some other countries.
According to Chelyabinsk police, the group scammed more than 1,500 men and extorted more than 1,5 million US Dollars from them, in the period of 2000-2002.
The spokesperson for Chelyabinsk police said if it was not for Terry's letter to the President Putin, they could continue scamming men through Internet personals.
Later he was contacted by and questioned by the State and Federal Police in Australia on behalf of Russian investigators, soon the criminals were caught.
Terry was one of only 10 men who came forward to testify in the criminal case but it was his letter that made President Putin order an investigation.
In the next step he found and contacted the Russian Embassy in Australia, numerous Russian based newspapers and then various Russian government agencies, including the much feared Russian Tax Police, sending them the scam details.