This video is my recording of a two-way video chat session on the British dating site "Jump4Love" - www.j4l.com. The girl in the video may or may not be the same as the person chatting. That's because the video isn't coming in real time from her camera. It was coming to me from a recorded video on her computer. The chatting person is probably an interpreter in Kiev, who works for a local marriage agency. But it may be a British man or woman, or maybe in Ukraine too. I'm chatting with somebody, but that person probably isn't the one in the video. I know it's recorded because I found six sections that are exact copies of others found elsewhere in the video.
When I recorded this video, I already expected a recorded video from the scammer, who probably gets paid by her agency in Kiev. I chatted with her the day before and it didn't look like she was paying attention. Fortunately, I was recording it with My Screen Recorder Pro, so I watched my recording and found a couple repeated sections. Then I contacted her and requested another video chat session. Naturally, she agreed because she earns lots of money on video chat. She only makes 20% as much on regular chat. She gets a monthly salary and tries to get men to write letters. The one in the video is the same as the one in the photos on her profile - https://j4l.com/user_482916.love
However, there's no way to know if she is the same person as in the video. These dating companies require men to write 10-15 letters or chat for a couple hours, before requesting addresses. During that time the scammer pretends to be in love. But when she gets a request for her phone number or email address, she stops writing, or pretends she doesn't have email, or can't make it work because "my computer is old", and needs to chat more to get help, which means spending more money on chat instead of using free email.
The whole process gets a lot of men in a tizzy because they think they found somebody wonderful. Some men send rings, spend thousands of dollars, go to Ukraine only to meet nobody, or get scammed at a restaurant by her interpreter and the waiter too! probably all the women on the site are scammers. They all get paid by their local agency, which means that men pay Jump4Love, which pays the agencies, who pay the girls. It's just a modern love line, only good for entertainment, but useless to actually meet somebody.
At 8:37, I tried my best to get her to do something on the video, but she refused. I asked her to turn her head and get closer to the camera, so I could see her earrings. She deflected my request like a pro. That's because her video is a recording, not from a camera!
Here are the exact times of some repeated sections. In each section, the sequence of motions of her hands, mouth, head and eyes are exactly the same. The timings are the actual youtube video time, not the time in the chat clock or the real time clock at the bottom.
Four places where she plays with her hair in exactly the same way each time.
1:43 Starts playing with hair, with both hands.
1:55 Finishes playing with hair. Left hand comes down toward camera in bottom right of picture.
6:33 Starts playing with hair, with both hands.
6:46 Finishes playing with hair. Left hand comes down toward camera in bottom right of picture.
(one second video signal delay at 6:39)
9:04 Starts playing with hair, with both hands.
9:16 Finishes playing with hair. Left hand comes down toward camera in bottom right of picture.
11:26 Starts playing with hair, with both hands.
11:39 Finishes playing with hair. Left hand comes down toward camera in bottom right of picture.
Two places where she waves and pulls her sweater exactly the same.
2:59 Leans Back
3:00 Waves with right hand.
3:13 Pulls sweater up with right hand on right shoulder.
3:19 Tilts head to right.
12:46 Leans Back
12;47 Waves with right hand.
13:00 Pulls sweater up with right hand on right shoulder.
13:05 Tilts head to right.