Do you remember writing to “Ekaterina”? Of course you don’t, because you haven’t. “She” is a scammer who is phishing in the hope that someone will be taken in by her advances. When “she” thinks you have become friendly enough “she” will start asking you to send “her” money for fares, medical bills, college fees – or anything else that you can think of.
Why have I put she and her in inverted commas? Because she might not even be female. This is just a scammer. She could easily be a he! Ignore him or her.
Hi. I am glad, that you have written to me. Excuse, that I answer you not at once. I have been occupied and could not come on the email some days. Now I had a free time, and I have decided to answer you. I with the girlfriend looked a site of acquaintances, and I was interested by your questionnaire. I have there no questionnaire, and on it I have written to you from the questionnaire of my girlfriend. Now it is a little about itself. My name Ekaterina. To me of 28 years. I live in Russia. In city Rostov. This city is approximately 850 kilometres from Moscow. Write me on my email: firstname.lastname@example.org .