USING THE VERY OLD AND STOLEN PICTURES OF STUART JAMES..
- Works at U.S. Army
- Lives in Los Angeles, California
HONEY.. CAN YOU SEND AN ITUNES CARD, WANT TO DOWNLOAD SOME MOVIES HERE !!!! .... no.. iTunes cards are Scammers Currency. They are used in fraud so are worth many more times than the face value.NEVER SEND ITUNES, GIFT CARDS OR MONEY TO ANYONE YOU HAVE NEVER MET ONLINE.
Going by the name Michael on Tinder. He claims to be from Cuba originally but moved to Kansas when he came to the US. He says he lives in Seattle but stationed at Fort Lewis in Washington—he claims to be deployed in Turkey. My exes were active duty Navy & active duty Marine Corps so I’m not familiar with Army anything. My ex husband couldn’t share much while he was on deployment so I’m used to not asking.
He claims both parents are deceased and his son Kyle is with the nanny. He gives vague answers and comes on strong after a few weeks which is a major turn off for me—starts using words like “babe” or “sweetheart” almost every other sentence (which I found excessive). I thought it was weird a couple days ago when he didn’t know the meaning of a military brat. I started avoiding his calls & occasionally returned texts. Yesterday, he randomly asked if I could send him an iTunes card... I immediately realized the end game. So I decided to have a little fun. I asked about his MOS & unit—he could only answer one of those. Any military member knows the answer to both of those. Phone call had so-called “bad reception.” I asked about where he lived in Seattle & he gave me the name of a nonexistent neighborhood.
I took a screenshot of his profile before he unmatched me on Tinder... so I reported him to Tinder. He uses the number (620)291-9076. I feel bad for the guy who’s identity he stole & the women/men who fell for this ploy
Currently going by Daniel Flores at 201-537-5616. He found me on Instagram and than ask to chat in Whats up and it got creepy really fast. I did a little online research and found it to be a scam I called him out on it and he said I was the scammer. He started calling me repeatedly in Whats up and I kept declining the call and he sent me a message saying I need to prove I wasn't the scammer and these are all lies I'm telling. I told him he needs therapy and reported and blocked him ASAP............He is crazy.
August 2020 he was going by Tony Castaluccio. I found him on Evermatch, chatted on whatsapp. Said he was in Texas. 1-424-292-4975 and 1-517-400-4289 are the numbers that were used. I did report him on whatsapp.
- From Houston, Texas
- Sergeant at U.S. Army
- Former Cashier Manager at Walmart
- Lives in Miami, Florida
- From Miami, Florida
- BENEDICT VINCENT
- JOSH BILL
- Works at U.S. Army
- Lives in New City, New York
- From Atlanta, Georgia
- Went to Bristol Grammar School