Us army dating site scams
Military members overseas are taken care of and do not need assistance from random people on the internet with their finances.If a soldier requests things that are provided by the military or are unnecessary, such as transportation costs, communication fees, marriage processing, vacation time fees, and medical fees, that's a huge red flag that something is not right.The complete scam reports on scammers using these pictures you can find on Romance Scam.com, this is just an overview.The latest trend involves trolling internet dating sites and convincing women that they are honorable Soldiers who have fallen in love and would do anything to communicate with the object of their affection.So, if a soldier really is in Afghanistan, he or she will have a corresponding military mailing address.Be suspicious if your online paramour tells you he's on a top secret mission in an ultra-secret, exciting location and only wants to communicate via email, or asks you to send something to a non-military mailing address.
I tried to raise the money but was making myself sick trying. I really need your help because I’m trying to help my Army guy from Fort Campbell.
He really has my heart now, and I can’t wait to finally be in his arms.
He is in special operations and has a lot of covert operations.
People on the pictures are not associated with scammers in any way, they are just victims of identity theft.
If you are contacted by somebody using these pictures on a dating site or a social network, you are being scammed.