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She sent him passport pictures, told him she had spoken about their future to her family and even started to call him "husband"."You are my loved man and I don't want to lose you," she reminded him constantly.But Aleksandra repeated her requests that Dave transfer money to pay for her visa and half her airfare so she could travel to Australia and arrive at "the day when our dreams and desires become real".
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. You hardly need an introduction; you're the Missing Link! [The machine closes down yet another time and reopens up] So then, I was all, "No way! [He steps out of the machine] Let the birth of my new planet called... [The machine closes down once again and reopens up] But I told you too much already! [notices the Gallaxhar clones coming and pulls Susan down, shaking her] nothing but a filthy carbon-based lifeform! It was December when the first plea for help with her travel arrangements arrived in Dave's inbox.When Dave told his friends about his new girlfriend, they laughed and said: "mate, you're getting scammed" but Dave kept emailing and Aleksandra always knew the right thing to say to assuage his doubts. ""You always say you want to move to a farm," Khloe argues."Yeah, with a hot f--king guy! "Oh, Kourt, is there something you need to tell Kim?
Khloe, I just told you about my night last night and you think that I need some help?
On Valentines Day this year, Dave was woken up just before 7am by a call from a private number.
The Aleksandra on the phone was less loving, more forthright and after wishing him "happy Valentine's Day", she quizzed him: "you are going to send the money?
Her emails from a Gmail account arrived every two days and at first were full of the little details of her life, like walking in the park with her friends and hanging out for pizza.
She sent dozens of pictures of her eating cake, dressed in a bathrobe, lying chastely on the bed, always dressed in white.
Unusually for someone her age, Aleksandra had no Facebook, Twitter or Instagram accounts.