Stunning babes, working with mobsters, have registered with dating agencies and will be targeting foreign supporters in one of the world’s marriage scam capitals, the UK government has warned.
The beauties are primed to shakedown their lovers using tried and tested tricks.
Foreign Office officials warned England fans looking for love not to send money to women on hook-up sites.
They added: “Take care if you are using a dating service.
“A number of British nationals have been the victims of fraud. Be wary of sending money via untraceable transfer services.
“People have lost money by sending money to an unknown recipient without checking they were genuine.”
Russian dating scams rake in tens of millions of pounds each year from unsuspecting victims looking for love, according to US government reports.
Typically, a woman or bot asks foreigners to send money or credit card information for what seems to be everyday uses.
The real con begins, however, when men agree to marry the woman who will ask for huge sums of cash to sort out “visa issues”.
Russia’s FIFA World Cup will run from June 14 to July 15 across 11 stadiums in cities, including Moscow, St Petersburg and Sochi.