Thursday, 28 November 2019

General AUSTIN SCOTT MILLER ~ One Minute Warnings Of Ones To Watch

General 
AUSTIN SCOTT MILLER 
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One Minute Warnings 
Of 
Ones To Watch
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General 
AUSTIN SCOTT MILLER 
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If you have been contacted by these pictures you 
have not been contacted by the person in them but by 
the scammers that have stolen them. 
You will be asked for cash/cards/goods. 
NEVER EVER SEND. 













5 comments:

  1. I've been scammed by someone who claimed to be General Austin Scott Miller. At first I did not suspect anything. Then later on after I continued talking with him it just didn't seem real. He was to nice.
    He would use words like baby, sweetheart, I'm going to be retiring in November of 2020 and, we need to get to know each other. He wanted to Mary me and, to be good to his boys. By the way I met him a online dating service. I began checking on him more and, more and, that's when I saw the information on the internet that this was a scam using General Austin Scott Miller. Just be careful out there if you do not no this person do some research.

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    1. Baby, sweetheart are words so they don't need to get your name mixed up with anyone else they are scamming.
      There are HUNDREDS of different scammers use General Miller.. NO General would ever be on a dating site !
      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.
      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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  2. Wow. Thanks for the heads up. He just introduced himself.

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  3. I was contacted Aug 29th, on Ancestry, his name was Eric Frank. Today his name is Ausin Miller (he misspelled the name!) I knew it was bogus!! Thank you for this site!!

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