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A feature on ABC's Nightline covered an AFA meetup in Odessa, Ukraine and found that while many of the women who attended the meetup were genuinely interested in finding an ideal match with an American man, others seemed to be taking advantage of the men by attempting to convince them to buy expensive gifts.
In the segment, owner John Adams does not dispute the fact that some men may fall victim to scamming, though he notes that such instances are rare.
" It's true - I may be a little nuts after running A Foreign Affair for the last 16 years (just kidding - I wouldn't trade it for the world!
) but the simple answer is that at A Foreign Affair we have nothing to hide and we welcome the media, including Nightline.
In those 16 years we have opened our tours to the Washington Post, 60 Minutes, BBC, MTV, We TV, the Oprah Winfrey Network, Harper's Magazine, National Geographic, and many others.
Nightline is just the latest in a long line of journalistic media that have sought to 'expose" our singles tours.
AFA founders testified at court hearings in Washington when Senator Cantwell first pushed for the implementation of the 2005 International Marriage Broker Regulation Act (IMBRA), which, along with the 1994 Violence Against Women Act, is designed to protect women from potential abuse.
Officially, the company is an international marriage agency/broker under IMBRA.