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There are some definite red flags but normally you won't be able to say for sure it is a SCAM before the money matters arise.
You will never be able to say if the letter you received from a pretty lady is genuine or if it is a scam.
Some men told me that they cannot forget the woman and will go on, getting her or breaking their hearts.
They forget the fact that in reality THEY ARE NOT IN A RELATIONSHIP WITH THE WOMAN.
A scam is the consequences of acts undertaken by a dishonest person whose sole aim is to steal your money.
So all means and different tactics that scammers use will eventually lead to a situation where you are to give some amount of money to the dubious person.
All is false - pictures, letters, words and feelings.
He/they may rent apartments, mobile phones and postal boxes solely for the aim of scams, as well as use innocent people to receive money transfers, giving them a false reason why they cannot receive the transfer themselves (lost passport, he already received too many transfers that can cause tax problems, etc).
The innocent person usually does not know anything about the real situation, and also may not know the scammer well (i.e. The scammer may give -50 to the receiver for her troubles, saying that the money came from his business partner or a relative.
(As you can expect, the person from the photos has no idea what her photos are used for - would YOU give your photos to somebody knowing he is going to use it for a crime?
) So leave your talents of physiognomist to real world meetings, and accept the realities of a virtual relationship.