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allakorol
1/14/2018 09:47 EST

My name is Lina . I am Russian born citizen of the US . I currently live in Crimea near the Black Sea . I am looking for people who want to relocate , investors , any other ideas . I have lived in the US for 22 Years , speak English and Russian fluentely . Know the area really well . I have moved to Crimea from California in 2014 .

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HansJohann
1/14/2018 12:58 EST

It doesn't seem someone will invest into Crimea due to sanctions.

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VazirMukhtar
1/15/2018 19:24 EST

Lina, I offer the following suggestions not to pick fault with your message but to point out errors that in a job application may cost you an interview.
1. No space between the last word of a sentence and the punctuation. No space between words in a series and the following punctuation: relocate, investors, any other ideas. These topics aren't parallel; hence you might want to rework your wording.
2. 'I am a Russian-born citizen of the US.' You need the article and Russian-born is hyphenated.
3. I lived['have lived' means you still live, which you don't; you now live in Crimea.] in the US for 22 years, and speak both English and Russian fluently. [note spelling of 'fluently.']
4. I know the area really well. Which area: Crimea? If so, say so. And 'really well' after 3+ years?
5. I moved [not 'have moved.' You did it once and the action is complete.] from California to Crimea in 2014.

From what you wrote I infer that you were born in Russia and came to the US as a child. After 22 years and after Crimea was annexed to Russia you moved to Crimea.Your spoken English is probably better than your written English.

Good luck in finding interesting employment.

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HansJohann
1/24/2018 09:56 EST

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VazirMukhtar
1/24/2018 10:32 EST

Your message shows as nothing but question marks. Youcannot be using Windows encoding. Please repost in Windows encoding or transliterate. Thanks.

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4/4/2019 05:24 EST

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Nashe
7/22/2020 06:50 EST

Dear Lina,
Let's be realistic
You are asking folk to invest inwhat is de jure Ukraine.

Good luck...

Hint: any western investor...try using your bank card or flying to Crimea directly.

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EugeneRussia
12/2/2020 03:39 EST

What district of Crimea do you live in?

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