Sunday, 29 April 2018

ACOSTA ALICEA IS FAKE AND EVERYTHING USING THIS MAN'S PICTURES CONTACTING YOU... SCAM



ACOSTA ALICEA 

https://www.facebook.com/acosta.alicea.1441
  • Sergeant at U.S. Army
  • Lives in Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Single
  • From Nashville, Tennessee
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AND 
https://www.facebook.com/acosta.alicea.1485
Assistant captain at United States Marines 🤣🤣
AND 
https://www.facebook.com/calhoun.mike.7
AND 
https://www.instagram.com/acosta_alicea_/
FERDINAND ALICEA


AND MANY MANY MORE... ON FB AND INSTAGRAM.. THESE SCAMMERS ARE BUSY... VERY BUSY. 
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THE REAL MAN HAS A FB PAGE AND INSTAGRAM PAGE.. 
'CIRIO ARMAN'.. 
Cirio Arman CHEROKEE UNIFORMS BRAND AMBASSADOR NO.11 FAST LIFE OWNER Greek & Puerto Rican #taken

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➡️➡️ ALL ARE FAKE ⬅️⬅️
LOOK AT HIM... DOES HE LOOK AS IF HE IS MAKING FACEBOOK PROFILES AND CONTACTING AND ROMANCING WOMEN..
FOR HEAVEN'S SAKE STOP AND THINK... ALMOST ALL OF THE WOMEN ARE OLDER... NO WONDER SCAMMERS ARE RICH.. there are woman all over all of these profile falling over these pictures. 

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💔S.C.A.M.S. STOP, CHECK AND MAKE SURE
//(*_*)\\ Don't become a Victim ‹(•¿•)> 💔

👿YOU ARE NOT SPEAKING TO THE PERSON HERE.JUST TO A CRIMINAL ON A LAPTOP
👎NEVER EVER SEND *ANYTHING* TO ANYONE YOU HAVE NEVER MET IN PERSON. IT IS ALWAYS A SCAM
👍ALWAYS GOOGLE IMAGES. Or you can use TINEYE. There are other free apps you can get for mobiles..TRY REVERSEE













First off, a quick message for those who have been scammed. Don't be too hard on yourself. Scammers succeed even against intelligent people. They exploit human vulnerabilities.

No, I did not get scammed by this guy posing as Acosta. But I was approached by him (oh yes, they're on the gay dating sites too. They will target any man or woman for money). Fortunately I realized quickly it was the setup for a scam, and I ghosted him (or her, who really knows?).

However, I wasn't always so adept at recognizing scams. There is a learning curve, and a certain destruction of innocence you must undergo. You need to learn to be a skeptic. You will learn some scams are well done, and some are obvious. (UN)fortunately there is an abundance of scammers, so you will all gain experiences sooner or later and will become better skeptics with time.

Shortly after coming out, I joined some dating websites (this was over 10 years ago now, and apps weren't quite there yet. New platform, same mess.). Almost immediately, I was pulled into a very sweet correspondence with an achingly beautiful man. I loved the attention he gave me. I dismissed it when small inconsistencies cropped up in his story. I rationalized how things might be true. Eventually the inevitable happened. He asked for money (Western Union, of course). It was so he could purchase a plane ticket to visit me (of course). This should sound very familiar to everyone on this thread.

Good news is, I didn't send him anything! I have never sent any of them any money. This is an iron-clad rule you must set for yourself! NEVER SEND THEM ANYTHING OF VALUE!

It hurt. I was forced to see the illusion for what it was. It was a painful learning experience. But I'm a stronger person for making the right decision, and being skeptical is an important life skill.

I could have maintained the illusion longer if I had sent the money, but I would have only delayed the inevitable. The money would have been gone. He might not have been - he might have stuck around with some excuse as to why the money was gone but he never appeared. And then he would have tried for more money.

Bottom line, the MOMENT you see them steering the conversation towards you sending them something of value (wire money, gift card, etc.), you have to walk away from them. Don't bother confronting them. Don't let them spin a new illusion for you. The illusion can feel addicting. We all want to be liked by someone we find attractive. You need to break free from this illusion! It will hurt, but you will be stronger and thank yourself for the tough decision later.

Matched on plenty of fish. Going under the name mike. Stationed in Israel with a Nigerian phone number. WhatsApp number +234 816 683 6426. Also under this number. +1 (620) 440-6182 Cheated out of an $850K house his supposed ex girlfriend and real estate agent bought. Said the house was in Buffalo NY and Zillow shows it’s in NJ. No where near the NY line. Blocked him when I found out he was a liar. Also had his friend “Chris” contact me from +234 816 209 9677 to ask me to unblock him because “mike” was crying. Totally fake. Don’t fall for this.

Is on a dating app called WooPlus. Going by Matthew. Says Alicea is his first name and Mathew is the middle. Army nurse stationed in AZ. Said he has a disabled mother in Fresno and would be there on Dec 14 or 15th. He moved the chat to Hangouts using the email aliceamathew164@gmail.com. I confronted him and he blocked me on hangouts. He said he couldn't give me his number because of being in the army and that the base was not taking external calls. A few other weird messages and i knew it had to be fake. Never asked for money or anything like that. Gave me the number 954-652-6627 but told me not to call until he told me to since he wasnt even suppose to be giving his number out.


He recently contacted me saying that his name is David Francis Acosta... a military nurse and that he lost his parents in a car accident years ago and he only has an uncle and his grandma is in Germany. I started looking for him in all media and nothing but I google his pictures and I saw the instagram profile and facebook, he was asking me for a giftcard for his birthday but I said no

He sent me a friend request on Facebook I accepted
Told me his wife has past away and he has a son
He beg me to accept him before he got deployed to west africa
He asked me for iTunes cards of 250. I rejected them he asked me to pay for his home.
Coming to me and that we would get married and raised his son the amount of 600.00
Thanks to some friends they found all his facebooks accounts
I recently made some studies and his wife is alive her name is iris Diaz Acosta alicea
Supposesively his in west Africa but he recently posted a picture at his home
Stating it was hi turn to cook warring a bandana so hairs fall in


Here's the what's up app number this person is using 714 - 202 - 1255.


I matched with this person on Hinge. He is going by the name Michael Acosta. 40 yrs old. Living in West Orange, NJ. Hometown Rochester, NY. 6'1. SF Medical Sergeant @ USA Army. The profile has different pictures then above.

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  1. I matched with this person on Hinge. He is going by the name Michael Acosta. 40 yrs old. Living in West Orange, NJ. Hometown Rochester, NY. 6'1. SF Medical Sergeant @ USA Army. The profile has different pictures then above.

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    1. Thanks for the information... as long as you found that he is fake.. and ANY contact you get and they claim Army and it will be fake... ALWAYS...

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    2. I just met a "Acosta" online 2 days ago. But he goes by the name Acosta Gillingham on Hangout. I was told about him from a guy on Instagram named Christopher Nelson. On his page he only has a picture of a scamhater. And he introduced me to Acosta. He told me he also has an account on Kik. Someone please help me cause I dont know what to do

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    3. It has been a while now since Acosta was actually in the Army. Nobody on Hangouts is real... scammers paradise.. and Kik is the same when you are contacted. Contacted on IG... by a stranger... given someone on Hangouts you have never met and is all over the internet as being the victim of identity theft so his pictures can be used to scam people?
      We are trying to help... but we can't it you can't see the evidence in front of you.
      HE ISN'T EVEN IN THE ARMY NOW !! and that is so easy to find out !

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    4. what happen if i gave him a gift card but then amazon said someone try to get into your account so I had to change my password and never saw the gift card on my page and said it not send plus i send him money though paypal but end up messing up and canel my money and when i try again it didnt let me so i know he a scam person so now i will be blocking him on everything and checking my bank everyday

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    5. Send NOTHING to anyone... Don't talk to strangers and don't give any information to anyone you don't know. They will use you and get what they can. No love. just using for theft

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    6. This guy contacted me around end of June 2020 on Instagram. He's using this whatsapp number +1 510-518-6420 and then he is also with his a.k.a commander here's the whatsapp number as well+12092994275
      He's asking for gift cards and money to buy gift card and also saying he cant access his bank account while on deployment. I asked for an email but he did not provide it. His story was his dad died on a car accident and his mom died last year. He cant video call 'cause it's against the camp rule and will send you love quotes googled somewhere... He claimed to be God fearing man and he would also send bible verses - the nerve! He has bad grammar as well. Be careful ladies!
      Watch out for the red flags.

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    7. His real name Is Kinsley Stanley and he is in Africa

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    8. That is your scammers way of telling you he is from Nigeria or Ghana and going to steal from you

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  2. Here's the what's up app number this person is using 714 - 202 - 1255.

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    1. Thank you.... useful information !

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    2. His email is acosta2alicia@gmail.com and his real name is Kinsley Stanley. He stole from me. I want him caught. He also uses name Newey Stuckey.

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    3. These are scammers from Africa and this is why we exist to warn people never to send money. There are many scammers who use Acosta and all other Military.
      ANYONE that claims to be Military is never real.
      They do not do it. Real men do NOT go looking on social media to contact women.
      Every time someone says they are military, it is a scammer from
      West Africa with love words.
      NEVER AGREE TO GO TO HANGOUTS,WHATSAPP OR ANY OTHER CHAT APP.
      They WILL ask for cards and/ or cash
      NEVER SEND
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      Thank you for the information! PLEASE know any contact saying Military will be fake

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  3. Hi sisters, this guy scam me a weeks ago with a different name: *Dave Kirkman Acosta* but with the same stolen pics of Cirio Arman. He said me that Alicea was his dad. I discovered his fake identity three days ago with reverse photos and because things do not agree in his speak. Now, i do not if i must just block him or make a complain to the authorities of my country. I saw that he added girls from my instagram friends. I do not want this to happen to other girls. I made the mistake of sending him intimate photos and I know he would extort me with them. We are still talking as if nothing and I do not know what to do. Please help me, I'm from the Dominican Republic.

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    1. Thanks for the email. Warn everyone you know and also NEVER accept a stranger on to your FB or Instagram.
      Real men don't do this.. just scammers

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  4. Quick recap on this as I've researched extenstively for a friend getting scammed. Cirio Arman is a model - becoming very successful. That is his professional name, real (last name) is Acosta-Alicia. He was actually in the US Army and is now a reservist. Continuing his modeling career. He will actually be in Florida 9/14 for a model show as he is shown on the model company ad. Scammer has highjacked all his photos and set up a very realistic looking fb account under Michael Acosta. He is asking for money (of course)sent by Western Union (of course). Has a sob story about being stationed overseas and needs money lol

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    1. Thank you.. I knew a little about him but thanks for teaching me more. Awful that anyone has to be used like this...

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  5. Just wanted to update this - he has made a new fb profile using the name Michael Acosta. I researched for a friend of mine who almost sent him money. The pics on all his face fb profiles are of an actual model named Cirio Arman. He was in the military, thus the military pics. Cirio is his "stage/career" name. Actual last name is Acosta-Alicia so that's why his uniform shows that name. He wants money of course because he's hungry of course and wants money sent Western Union. He's resorted to threats when she told him she couldn't send money.

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    1. It's such a shame that scammers have found yet another man to use and abuse. It's hard for all of the men used. They are the biggest victims.
      Thanks for all the information. If you can ever get me links. I need those as it's not an uncommon name. If I get the URL we can get them reported and removed.

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    2. I managed to get his fb profile removed. I have more info on this to send you also. Getting it together.

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    3. I managed to get his fb profile deleted. I do have more info about him that I'll get together.

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    4. Yet again hes doing it,haha i was cleaver to catch him out on
      I did my studies
      even my questions was doing this person's head in ,well let's just say I have a little bit of fun he said US Army scammer red flag haha

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    5. let's just say your questions gave the scammer something to go Google and next time he will now all the answers. You have just helped scammers become a lot better

      Let's just say.. playing with scammers makes our job a lot harder.. we don't call it fun

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  6. Hey guys just wanted to let you know that someone is using his picture under @fastlifeowner on Instagram. This person sweet talks you and then ask for money. He even goes as far as to telling you that “his parents passed away and that he has no support.” Just report any account that account that starts asking you for money it’s a scam!!!

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    1. https://www.instagram.com/fastlifeowner/
      You are so right.. but any account that says Military is also a scammer.. don't need to get to the money part ! We will get this reported and removed. Thank you

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  7. An update in case someone is searching for "Acosta" (yes, he is still using this name on email, whatsapp, and instagram)... if you call him out on his scamming, block his fb or any such thing, he will contact you as a "friend that's just letting you know how bad Acosta is hurting and really wants you to contact him". The "friend" is Dave Black / Rick Black - can search this site for pics of this fake profile also. So, in other words, Michael Acosta, Dave Black, Rick Black are all apparently the same scammer.

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    1. STOP THIS.. YOU ARE PLAYING WITH SCAMMERS.
      1.It's not a game
      2. It's pointless !

      You are giving him great fun and scamming practice and it's does no good at all

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    2. Unfortunately I cannot convince my friend of this. She is still holding on to hope that he will be home in October and they will marry. I have showed her this site and other info & she has agreed to stop sending money, but she's still communicating with him. I am only providing this info in hopes that someone searching for his name (Acosta) here on this site will be aware that "Acota" will try to make contact thru another venue..another fake profile of a "friend".
      The more info that's out there, the better ESPECIALLY if a pattern of
      contact can be followed by someone feeling off about something.

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    3. http://scamhatersutd.blogspot.com/2018/09/acosta-alicea-all-of-these-are-large.html

      WE ARE HEARING FROM SO MANY.. this gang are scamming hard and getting a lot of money. As well as your friend we know of another 6 waiting for him coming home to them.

      IT HAS TO STOP. I HAVE PUT TWO OF THE SCAMMERS THAT I HAVE FOUND ON HERE

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  8. I found one going by the name Charles Powell. Now is he real?

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  9. He’s also going by Mark Acosta, same guy in these pics but none of the pics I’ve seen on here before except one I believe. He started chatting with me on a dating app, can’t remember exactly what it was called but was like a “men in uniform” app or something ha! and the only reason I responded was because he was dressed in scrubs which is also what I wear to work. Happened a few months ago, never asked for a penny, nothing like that, but there were so many red flags, like his grammar, and saying exactly where he is “stationed” at in Afghanistan, I know they would never give their location or even have all of this time to talk to strangers, the sob stories, and look at this guy...he’s gorgeous! I was dumb and gullible and going through a rough time and he pounced on that and I read somewhere, maybe here that they go after older woman but that’s not always the case. If you respond they’ll try anything. Anyways the WhatsApp number he used was 702-381-1190 and after I called him out on everything, his “friend” in the military contacted me with a similar sob story another person said on here mentioned and I believe he went by “Arlington” or something and that WhatsApp number was 703-214-5573 which now months later both continue to try to contact me except his friend is now an Asian girl on the profile pic! And is trying to make it a business to file or something in the last few weeks....? They will both try to video chat and voice chat with you after you call them out on their lies and scams. I feel for this guy that keeps getting his pictures stolen or used by these disgusting excuses of human beings. Some of the pics were pretty revealing too that he sent me so that’s what’s worse for the real guy these pics belong too. I don’t know if there’s a way I can send pics to you guys so you have even more to add to the collection but he sent me maybe 30 pics, a few videos, and only one of the pics are one that I’ve seen on here. Lmk if they’d be helpful at all and thank you for what you do. Ladies....please don’t ever send these strangers any money, or compromising pics of yourself, which I’m kinda guilty of and feel so dumb and used even though he never wanted money, my body means just as much and is not something I would just share with God knows who is on the other end of this crap...but I did for some reason. Google and research everyone. Red flags or not. Couldn’t hurt right if it ends up being who you’re actually speaking to? Thanks again for your website and good luck to everyone!

    I’m not comfortable using my full name or google account because he does have pictures and info about me that makes me nervous. So if you need more info or anything I’ll look out for a reply and you can call me Mer.

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    1. one thing I don't understand is..'so many red flags' and yet you carried on.They don't go just for older women, they go for any woman that breathes and will respond. Yes there are other pictures but this man is also a human and doesn't deserve everything about him plastering across the internet. There are enough here to find him.
      No military is ever genuine and if you can tell him his FB account I can get that closed.

      It is never the guy in the pictures ! No decent man acts like that and any soldier doing this would be out and in jail !

      NEVER SEND ANYTHING TO ANYONE... NEVER GO PAST THE RED FLAGS AND DON'T START ANYTHING ! Keep life real

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    2. His being chatting with me for 6 months and asking me to pay for his home coming
      In the mount of 6000 he sent me an emai with the name of gladney mark his boss

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    3. any emails would only end in@mail.mil as their address and you have NOT been chatting to him !!!

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  10. Popped up on tinder as John Acosta 32, claiming to be from Illinois, wife passed, and has a son.
    The pictures are different but many are taken right from Cirio’s FB page.
    I matched with him to see what he would do he wanted to chat in the WhatsApp, he’s using the number 224-512-9383.
    I reported him on the app so be on the look out for his next profile. Stay safe everyone!

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    1. Thanks for the telephone number, these are so useful.

      As if someone who looks like him need Tinder !!!

      Take care and yes.. stay safe

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    2. His being chatting with me every day at 2:00am. He asked me to send him a 300.00 Sephora gift card
      To upgrade his phone. I said no he got very upset. We stop chatting for 2 whole days we started chatting again he still insist of me sending him money also he asked for a iPhone here’s the name and info he sent me to mail the iPhone name is BLESSING LEKAN OJO CITY ADO EKITI EKITI STATE NIGERIA 23430 I THINK THATS THE ZIP CODE

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    3. Thanks for the information we record all of it for futreu reference... PLEASE stop talking to it ! Block it .. THANK YOU

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  11. He sent me a friend request on Facebook I accepted
    Told me his wife has past away and he has a son
    He beg me to accept him before he got deployed to west africa
    He asked me for iTunes cards of 250. I rejected them he asked me to pay for his home.
    Coming to me and that we would get married and raised his son the amount of 600.00
    Thanks to some friends they found all his facebooks accounts
    I recently made some studies and his wife is alive her name is iris Diaz Acosta alicea
    Supposesively his in west Africa but he recently posted a picture at his home
    Stating it was hi turn to cook warring a bandana so hairs fall in

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    1. His pictures are used by scammers. It doesn't matter if his wife is alive and well in real life.
      It's not him doing this, it's scammers using him.

      Thank you for the information.

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  12. Also going by Ethan Acosta from LA. Met him in gay dating app Hornet. Have been chatting with him via Hangouts.asked for iTunes, iPhone, and name brand clothing to he sent to a "nice man" in Maryland helping to bring goods to soldiers.
    I looked at the address provided on Google Earth and its run down apartment.Told hin I knew he was a scammer and he said he was disappointed in me. Lol

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    1. They are everywhere and more twill contact ! Please don't let things get this far. West Africans hate who they are talking to, it is their hate that drives them but they have deep contempt for anyone gay. So this is double hard to understand how they can. Their 'love you babe' hides a lot.... so take care.
      Our advice is to come off Hangouts. It is the worst place online for

      scammers and you will be scammed constantly on there.

      NOBODY real is contacting anyone else on HANGOUTS it is

      Scammers Paradise.

      be very careful

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  13. I have been talking to Acosta Kelvin for the last 3 weeks now. He wants me to buy him a iPhone7+ and wants me to send it to a PO Box in the States. I met the guy on Grindr and we went straight on Hangouts. We do spend hours chatting on it and very often a entire day, and for the past week we have been argue a lot over the fact that he keeps lying to me by telling me that he's in Afghanistan when he was Actually in Mexico City with his Boyfriend having a good time. All the pics that I have of him are from himself, so he says, but I also have very intimate pics of him too. Obviously is job name is Cirio Arman. So what should I do here? He seems genuine to me, but sometimes I do have my doubts and suspicious because he makes big spelling mistake and huge grammatical errors.

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    1. Really.. a serving soldier can sit and talk all day in Afghanistan.. well the Army really are not as busy as they say are they !
      What should you do.... Alicea-Acosta is NOT gay ! He is not called Kelvin, which is a joke African name.. see Kelvin you know it's a Nigerian and BLOCK.. why do you want to be scammed?3 weeks and he has already asked for a phone !
      GET OUT OF THIS NOW AND STOP BEING SO EASY TO SCAM !

      THERE ARE A LOT OF PICTURES OF HIM.. doesn't mean you are talking to the real one ! He has the most gorgeous girlfriend !

      SEEMS GENUINE... BIG SPELLING MISTAKES AND HUGE GRAMMATICAL ERRORS... that does not seem genuine to me ! get out of the scam and know that anyone that contacts you and says Military is fake.. they are using all the usual military men to scam me now.. whether they are gay or not

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  14. This guy is on plenty of fish in Ireland too.. Mailing me as alan acosta . Parents killed in car crash and he is based with army in Dublin now �� knew he was too good to be true. Go

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    1. Yes !! If it seems too good to be true it is... glad you found out though.

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  15. He is gay. There is a guy using his photos. We were talkin since December. I found the real guy and he has a boyfriend.

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    1. You have never talked to the real guy though ! Always remember that.

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  16. The what’s app number he has using is 325-603-1492. I googled the phone number and it it from texas

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    1. These are number they get from apps such as Google Voice etc.
      They go on any cellphone and can be used from anywhere in the world so you can't trust it to be a geographical indicator. Thanks for the information

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  17. i read a lot here about alicea acosta, so i get some idea now of who i am chatting on hangouts in almost a week, although he didn't asked anything from me and i am the one always asking him to send some photos for me of what he is doinv right away which he didn't agreed for security reason,tho he send 2 photos which one wearinv army uniform by its name, and the other one was lying on bed. but since he is so sweet in our conversation that i really cant believe of how can you be so sweet to a woman that haven't met before, so i do some research in google and i found this issue about scammer.

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    1. This is a scammer.. so sweet in the hate that drives him on to be so nice so he can steal money from him.
      Please drop and block now !

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  18. got a random follow request from this guy so i quickly looked him up and found him on this page

    his bio makes a lot of sense now:

    "I'm real and always real
    If we both chat and you later lock up without texting me #I'm gonna block your ass okay ��"

    https://www.instagram.com/cirioarman_david/

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    1. he gets the prize for the strangest words !! thanks we will report on Monday . thank you

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  19. He recently contacted me saying that his name is David Francis Acosta... a military nurse and that he lost his parents in a car accident years ago and he only has an uncle and his grandma is in Germany. I started looking for him in all media and nothing but I google his pictures and I saw the instagram profile and facebook, he was asking me for a giftcard for his birthday but I said no

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    1. I am glad you searched and found. He does not deserve to be used like this !
      Also glad you said no and thanks for the information.

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  20. He´s not only scamming women, but gay guys as well, I met him on a date site called "Growlr" but then he told me to move to Hangouts-which I never used before-. We have been talking for 2 weeks, though I was wondering how he could fall in love so easily without knowing me. Thanks God Im very suspicious. But I was really confused because his English was flawless...VERY American! He was from Texas, allegedly...BUt last night he asked me to buy him an Itunes Gift Card...and right there I realized that the "pieces didn´t match". How does it come that a soldier on a mission, (He was in Togo, allegedly) who has EVERYTHING PAID FOR, even the shampoo, ask me to buy him an Itunes Card?

    I began to investigate and I ran into this site. He is the smae guy that in your pics. I already blocked him, eliminated my Hangouts account and reported his profile on Growlr as a scam. My only concern is that I sent him a couple of non-sanctly pics of me...I hope it does not get worse...Anyway, congrats for your blog...

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    1. it's a shame because all the military guys are being used as straight and gay these days. I wouldn't worry about the pics but BLOCK and never talk to him .. any attention he will keep at you.. block and they will move on. They want cash and cards and won't fight too much for it.Take care as Growlr is flooded and hangouts is the worst place on the internet for them to gather their victims..
      NOBODY that tells you military are real ! So take care please.

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  21. He is now going by Alex Acosta.....I have not sent him money but he is asking for 150dollars. I was smitten with him and like many others he was asking me to marry him.

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    1. Please block... how can someone you have never met want to marry you ! It's impossible in real life outside of scams. Thank you for the name he is using but Nigerians are nasty once you know.. so please get out of it.
      If anyone says they are military, they are always fake. The military are not allowed to do this and never do. Only scammers. Also, none would ever tell you where they deployed.

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  22. He is going by the name Travis Acosta on instagram. Email travisacostaarman@gmail.com

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    1. Thank you.. all recorded and posted and we will report it

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  23. Going by the name Jason Acosta, using email addresses jasonchris222@gmail.com. His story is he's in Syria as a combat medic on a peacekeeping mission. Things he said did not align with what I know about the military. He did try to video chat with me on a few occasions. Beware of Jason Acosta.

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  24. Going by the name David Almiron, username d_almiron on Kik.

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  25. Going by the name John Acosta on Kik.

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  26. I was contacted by him a weel ago his going by the name ringingstoner on instragram he told me his in the military when I became suspicious and asked him for proof he photoshot pics and videos to make me believe him

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  27. I was contacted by him a weel ago his going by the name ringingstoner on instragram he told me his in the military when I became suspicious and asked him for proof he photoshot pics and videos to make me believe him

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  28. He is a straight asshole question what his real name and whats hes real identity

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    1. His real name is here and what is behind the real identity...
      an African scammer using the stolen identity of a serving US Servicemen

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  29. Hey everyone. So I am an avid Catfish TV show lover. I was contacted by someone named "Chris/Chuck" on Plenty of Fish. He stated that he was stationed in the state that I live in and that he would be deployed soon. He gave me every excuse not to FaceTime me because he needs permission from his commanding officer to make phone call on his iPhone that he said he was texting me from (on POF). I called him out that he may be a catfish and of course he tried to convince me otherwise. He stated the other reason why he cant FaceTime is because he is in Special Ops and he is not allowed to show his identity. I replied with "So you cant expose your identity but you can post your picture and name on Plenty of Fish." He hasnt responded and we pretty much texted non-stop all day about FaceTiming until I sent him that. I guess he couldnt come up with an excuse that can explain why he has his identity expose on Plenty of Fish lol. I guess he had to log off to think of which lie he is going to come up with. Heres the link to his profile but I think you need an account to see more information on his page. https://www.pof.com/viewprofile.aspx?profile_id=65415262

    I hope I helped someone!

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    1. I can't see his info but I've put your message where it can be searched... as if anyone on special ops is on POF contacting women anyway !
      Glad you searched and found ! and thank you for the information.. I always say this, which is Armya dvice..
      THAT NOBODY THAT CLAIMS MILITARY IS EVER REAL.. they don't do it, are not allowed to do it and a real soldier could NEVER tell you where he is deployed

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  30. Whoaaaa,, we are match in OKCupid for a few minutes ago and contonued in whatsapp, he told me his name is williams acosta alice and from Orlando,Florida,USA and now he has a mission in west africa.. He was divorce with his wife because she is cheated with his friend until pregnant. He was looking for serious relationship.. A few minutes later he asked too much and sweet.. And suddenly he wanted to meet me here but i have to give him $350 for pay his military beneficiary form n will give me money back double.. Suddenly im laughing louder.. Hahaha.. Here is his number +234 902 117 8263 ..hope this information can help someone.. Thanks

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    1. It really does help, we keep all of these numbers and record them where they can be searched.
      There are no military in West Africa.. just the Nigerian this number belongs to stealing from you ! Thank you

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  31. Is on a dating app called WooPlus. Going by Matthew. Says Alicea is his first name and Mathew is the middle. Army nurse stationed in AZ. Said he has a disabled mother in Fresno and would be there on Dec 14 or 15th. He moved the chat to Hangouts using the email aliceamathew164@gmail.com. I confronted him and he blocked me on hangouts. He said he couldn't give me his number because of being in the army and that the base was not taking external calls. A few other weird messages and i knew it had to be fake. Never asked for money or anything like that. Gave me the number 954-652-6627 but told me not to call until he told me to since he wasnt even suppose to be giving his number out.

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    1. He gets everywhere and it is so sad. Thank you for all the information it is all very useful as it can be searched.

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  32. On TikTok trying it with women on their name is acosta gillingham Acostagillingham001@gmail.com

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  33. And ladys if u ever have a guy claiming to be in the military and they say they are going on deployment ask them for their military email mail at the end of it if they dont give it to you they are fake another way as well is ask for their Aop address if they dont they are fake Cannot access his bank account. Military members can access their money from overseas. They pay bills online, buy items from websites and even arrange for car loans. If they ask you for money -- even a loan, this is a scam.i have several family members in the military army, air force, navy, marines, national guard and if they are truly in special ops special forces it is a lie because if they were they wouldnt tell you because they would get in trouble for that an these people are good at photo shoping photos so I cant stress this anuff please do not believe the photos

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    1. THANK YOU...
      I WISH WE COULD SHOUT THIS FROM THE ROOFTOPS ACROSS THE WORLD

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  34. Lol.... it was so easy to find out he's a fake!
    He contact me on Grindr, telling the story he's an US Army soldier in Afghanistan.
    Never ask for money but from the beginning starts to calling me "my dear" and telling things "you're the love of my life"... and I suddenly think he's a fake .
    Thanks a lot for your great work

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    1. Thank you for searching... Scammer loses again and I love that.
      Grindr is bad so take care but fantastic ! Scammers don't have much difference in the way they talk.. so you wil spot the next, which there is bound to be one
      THANK YOU

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  35. Matched on plenty of fish. Going under the name mike. Stationed in Israel with a Nigerian phone number. WhatsApp number +234 816 683 6426. Also under this number. +1 (620) 440-6182 Cheated out of an $850K house his supposed ex girlfriend and real estate agent bought. Said the house was in Buffalo NY and Zillow shows it’s in NJ. No where near the NY line. Blocked him when I found out he was a liar. Also had his friend “Chris” contact me from +234 816 209 9677 to ask me to unblock him because “mike” was crying. Totally fake. Don’t fall for this.

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    1. He is used everywhere at the moment.
      You have only been in contact with Nigerian scammers.. so take care as more will try. !
      Thanks for the phone numbers they are all searchable to help others

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  36. I started talking to this person in September and I only wish I would of found this sooner!! He is going by the name Mathew Alicea stationed in Huach. AZ Army base. Found him on WooPlus a dating site. Started off by telling me he needed money to pay for his cell phone bill, then claiming it was his birthday, then told me his mom is paralyzed and she recently fell and needed surgery. I gave the money and when I asked for it back he kept claiming that I had to wait till December. The month is approaching and says in order to come home he needed more money. I refused. I found this page yesterday and exposed him and he still denied it. Told me if I wanted my money back that I had to give him 2k. He then harassed me and told me if I didn’t he would mail out my photos. Few are nudes and I feel so ashamed and afraid.

    LADIES IF YOU CROSS BY THIS MAN.. DONT BELIEVE HIM!!! YOU ARE BEING CATFISHED ��
    Again he goes by the name
    ALICEA MATHEW, or MATHEW ALICEA
    STATIONED IN ARIZONA, Army Nurse
    EMAIL aliceamathew164@gmail.com
    Phone number : (954) 652-6627

    He will ask for Bitcoin
    Gift cards
    He will ask for your personal information
    Credit card info
    Will redirect you to google HANGOUTS to chat. Don’t fall for this. All of these are untraceable methods that he uses.

    MY PRAYERS GO OUT TO ALL OF THE LADIES WHO HAVE BEEN VICTIMIZED!! You deserve yourselves a real man. And god will send you one!! Thank you to the ladies who are brave enough to start this page. If it wasn’t for you. I would be in a deeper hole than what I am in . God bless ����

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  37. This man, in the pictures is a lovely man who is a victim because of his good looks.
    His pictures are all used and sent out to women as if it was him. It isn't, you were stolen from my African romance scammers.
    Thank you so much for the information and please.. COME OFF HANGOUTS... IT IS THE WORST PLACE FOR SCAMMERS.

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    1. I immediately blocked this individual. But I will add this much. He did have me transfer money on PayPal to someone. Claimed it was his colleague.
      Juanita Nix...
      Her PayPal link was PayPal.me/niitababbi

      Also claims his CO name is Chris Collins.

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    2. Thank you I will add that as it is useful and I did a post with the information.
      It is so bad the way women will help scammers, even if they are being scammed it can never be right for someone for someone to want to use your Paypal or bank accounts to get money !
      THANK YOU

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  38. Hallo ich habe über tiktok eine naricht von ihm erhalten
    Über whatsapp schickte er mir seinen Ausweis
    Er sagt er heißt Alice acosta und währe geschieden .!
    Seine nummer lautet: +1 (469) 726-9813

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    1. Die selbe nachricht habe ich auch erhalten

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  39. It happened to me too I met him on Grindr and almost instantly he told me that we could build a life together when he returned from Afghanistan. I poured my heart out to him about my previous relationship which was horrible. He said that he would never treat me like that and that we would build a beautiful life together. I even told my family and showed them his pictures. My parents were so happy for me but somewhere in the back of my mind I had a strange feeling so I googled US Army Acosta and I found this site. I was heartbroken and confronted him about it and asked him how he could do this to me after everything that I had shared with him. I am still heartbroken because I thought that a man like him could possibly fall in love with a man like myself with all the hardships that I had suffered in my previous relationship. 😪

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    1. Scammers are heartless and ruthless in their total greed.
      They will tell you anything at all to get your money eventually. The more they build up your trust,
      the more they will lie and believe they will get money from you.

      I am sorry they found you but very glad you did search and found out sooner rather than later.

      Take care !

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  40. He's at it again he's using the same pics from cirio and is going by Alan acosta whatsapp number is 2405587825. He also uses Gmail aaaaaalanacosta@gmail.com... cirio is gay for one and someone that hot probably doesn't help from a dating app. He says sob story wife passed one son. Has asked for money but I didnt send any to him. Watch out for him ladies he's very sneaky... my friends and I signed up for all the dating apps to get him reported and blocked last I saw he was on meetme under Mike acosta

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    1. Thank you so much for giving so much information it is very useful, I will use it as a warning so it can be searched

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  41. Started talking to a Jason Acosta on dating app BLK and he said he wanted to talk on hangouts. I downloaded it and we started talking (he used email jasonchris222@gmail.com) he said he was in the army stationed in Syria, mom died of cancer dad died in a car accident. A week later he said he couldn’t play his video games because he didn’t have access to his bank account and he wanted me to get him a steam card, which I mistakenly did. I did some research and found this site and I just want to say to women just be aware of what you’re doing while online dating & trust your instincts.

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    1. thanks for the information and yes ALWAYS trust your incidents....
      ~~
      ANYONE that claims to be Military or Doctor is never real.
      They are not allowed to do it and they do not do it.
      Every time someone says they are military, it is a scammer from
      West Africa with love words.
      They WILL ask for cards and/ or cash
      NEVER SEND.

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    2. He just stole money from me using name Acosta Alicia email is acosta2alicia@gmail.com his real name is Kinsley Stanley. He is in Africa. He also uses Newey Stuckey at caaptain.stuckey@gmail.com

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  42. hi.
    I got scammed, he’s going by Andy James Anderson. Said he’s at Fort Hamilton and his wife was killed in Iraq, that he’s a single dad, no parents. The number he is using is 252.381.0665. I feel so stupid, I should have trusted my instincts. I knew the way he spoke didn’t sound like English was his first language. That hurt- I hope the next woman doesn’t fall for it. We matched on JSwipe, should I report it to them?

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  43. First off, a quick message for those who have been scammed. Don't be too hard on yourself. Scammers succeed even against intelligent people. They exploit human vulnerabilities.

    No, I did not get scammed by this guy posing as Acosta. But I was approached by him (oh yes, they're on the gay dating sites too. They will target any man or woman for money). Fortunately I realized quickly it was the setup for a scam, and I ghosted him (or her, who really knows?).

    However, I wasn't always so adept at recognizing scams. There is a learning curve, and a certain destruction of innocence you must undergo. You need to learn to be a skeptic. You will learn some scams are well done, and some are obvious. (UN)fortunately there is an abundance of scammers, so you will all gain experiences sooner or later and will become better skeptics with time.

    Shortly after coming out, I joined some dating websites (this was over 10 years ago now, and apps weren't quite there yet. New platform, same mess.). Almost immediately, I was pulled into a very sweet correspondence with an achingly beautiful man. I loved the attention he gave me. I dismissed it when small inconsistencies cropped up in his story. I rationalized how things might be true. Eventually the inevitable happened. He asked for money (Western Union, of course). It was so he could purchase a plane ticket to visit me (of course). This should sound very familiar to everyone on this thread.

    Good news is, I didn't send him anything! I have never sent any of them any money. This is an iron-clad rule you must set for yourself! NEVER SEND THEM ANYTHING OF VALUE!

    It hurt. I was forced to see the illusion for what it was. It was a painful learning experience. But I'm a stronger person for making the right decision, and being skeptical is an important life skill.

    I could have maintained the illusion longer if I had sent the money, but I would have only delayed the inevitable. The money would have been gone. He might not have been - he might have stuck around with some excuse as to why the money was gone but he never appeared. And then he would have tried for more money.

    Bottom line, the MOMENT you see them steering the conversation towards you sending them something of value (wire money, gift card, etc.), you have to walk away from them. Don't bother confronting them. Don't let them spin a new illusion for you. The illusion can feel addicting. We all want to be liked by someone we find attractive. You need to break free from this illusion! It will hurt, but you will be stronger and thank yourself for the tough decision later.

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    1. I thank you for taking the time here to post this and I wish we could shout it from the rooftops. Thank you

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