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Tatyana, a good-looking blonde, leans across the table. It is Saturday evening and we are nearing the end of a foreign-friendly speed dating session in a central Moscow restaurant.
Unusually for someone her age, Aleksandra had no Facebook, Twitter or Instagram accounts.
In fact, there were no online traces of her at all.
The subject of her advances, a British Moscow Times business reporter, blushes with embarrassment.
"You can just speak English and heads will turn," said Sean, 26, an English language teacher.The economic slump has had an impact on the supply side too, as foreigners leave the capital in droves.All of this should be good news for expats' love lives.Included with the email was a copy of her passport, showing her name, address and photograph.Despite his concerns, in February Dave went to his Mount Gambier bank branch to make a transfer of 0 to Aleksandra but he was stopped by a bank employee who told him bluntly she believed he was being scammed.'Her' name was Aleksandra and 'she' was young and pretty with a long, dark mane of hair and dark brown eyes.