I correspond with a whole division of Westerners - and they are all idiots."And I am quite successful in the business.
I can wait to be noble and honest in my next life." In one case, a dozen British men were fooled by a picture of a model talking on the telephone while sitting on a bed.
Thousands of people, including many lonely and gullible British men, have lost large amounts of money after entering into correspondence with women on websites, naively beguiled by their warm words, suggestive chat and the sexy pictures they attach to their emails.
When they were asked to send money, which the women claimed was needed for British visas or to buy tickets for travel to Britain, the men readily agreed.
One of the names she was given was "Natasha Ivanova".
After complaints to the police, they discovered to their shame that they were being sweet-talked on the web by a beefy, 6ft 4in Cameroonian medical student named Nde Saninong.
No wonder this new industry is said to be worth an incredible £40-£ 50 million a year to the city.
One fraudster, who poses as an attractive blonde called Anna Ivanova, said: "The average salary in my city is £75 a month."The choice here is simple - either poverty or larceny. "People are fools if they want to find a wife on the internet."It is not real.
Her pictures were simply ripped off and she was dubbed "Anna Safina".
No other business pays as well in this grim backwater.
Volochkova herself, who left the Bolshoi Ballet in 2003, is now happily married in Moscow and horrified at her pictures being used by the scammers. Fantasy: Glamorous 23-year-old 'Anna Safina' promises 'to do everything to make you feel good'.
One remote city and so many beautiful women, all desiring nothing more than to fire the passion of British men.
Our pictures below show some of the stunning Russian ladies who have offered themselves on dating and marriage websites recently.