You can also first visit our recommended agencies that you can find in this topic.
These persons mostly don't answer your specific questions and don't give much personal information, but use general (predefined) text for their letters.
This is at least a sign that you have to be careful.
One of my favorite quoted expression is: "By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail." (Benjamin Franklin - 1706-1790) But there are also many variants, that are 'close' to swindle practices, but not (yet) labeled as real illegal organizations.
These are organizations that will use methods to keep you as long as possible as a paid customer, or those who ask far too much money for their services.
But if this and all our other information is not enough for you to feel yourself 'well prepared' and certain then you always can decide to provide yourself with more information, tools or services.
It's you who has to make the choices, but making the wrong choice can cost you a lot of money.Try to send copies of your original letters using postal mail or a fax machine at her office (if possible) and ask her if these letters are the same she received through the Dating Agency you are using.I know examples that some Dating Agencies, with this kind of services, can create additional questions or add more text to your letters or even change your letters, just for the reason to keep you as long as possible as their customer.One of the most important thing is to try to get her on the phone now and then, in this way you can confirm your and her letters to each other.Read our complete topic about dating scams Read our complete information page about Dating scams and related topics.Do not use any free dating site where women can contact you first. Any person can signup here complete anonymous (use any free email address and fake personal information).