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. 













50 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. I have been chatting with General Miller. He's so sweet. I have fallen in love with him. He wants to marry me. I am so scared that this is a scam. I want to believe him. It seems so real. He's just so romantic, kind and brave. It seems to good to be true. I am so sad and angry. He can text me and can't call. I do not understand. He said he's not allowed to call me because of his job. Why would he do this?

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    3. Mrs Miller thinks he is sweet too... the 'He' you are talking to is a Nigerian using stolen pictures. Howe can a General in a war zone talking to you in romantic words (he's never met you) seem real.. PLEASE think about it, it is about as far from real as you can get.

      Yes a real man can call and video.. YOUR romantic man can't call or video because you would see his African face and hear his African voice. #

      PLEASE GET OUT OF THIS SCAM

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    4. I too was just contacted by someone pretending to be General Austin S. Miller. He has since been blocked and deleted. I too got asked to marry him etc.

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    5. Poor Mrs Miller and yes she knows ¬ there are hundreds of scammers using General Miller !
      I wish it was different but I am so glad you knew

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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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    1. Btw...he is also on scrabble! Just introduced himself thru the chat line on there. I knew he was bogus. There are many of them that actually join games to try to hook up....unbelievable

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  4. This is so sad I've been contacted by several different names and I love people and making new friends but this is scary and is just so hard to know who is real. I was contacted by these guys and with similier words. Austin S Miller- Pascal Zougmore - Samuel Dammy -

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    1. you can't make friends on social media. Scammers have ruined that.
      Please though remember why would a busy and important General be hunting online for women? Someone professional, Military, Doctor, they just don't go contacting for friends.
      It misuses friendship and of course who falls in love in days. Because there is a very big difference in making friends and romance. With someone you have never met? ! Makes no sense thinking about it

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  5. I have been approach from someone that says he is General Austin Miller, at first i was a bit skeptic but decided to play along , i done the route of investigation and saw there is such a person, but then i started to notice his text and the grammar mistakes, to no avail with the threats that i come from a military background, he even tried the NATO route by saying he sent my email to NATO to investigate the fraudsters, this morning i receive an email from "NATO" But by then i have broken ties with the impostor, only to see a very unprofessional Email from "NATO", I have informed the so called NATO i have forward their email to the relevant persons of our government here in SA. till now have received no further communication from either. Although i gave this impostor so much opportunity to give up he was persistent to "getting to know me" My question would be is how to get this to the true General Austin Miller so as to follow-up on this and have these scammers arrested for fraudulently using a government official for their satisfaction? But would also like to tell the General he is really cute though hehehe , i know he is married and am really sorry to him and his family that they have to go through this. Hope this gets sorted once and for all as i have read about the General he is a good person

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    1. Sorry play along, really cute and the hee hee .... General Miller knows and he is one of the most used in Military scams. How do we stop these scams.

      WOMEN STOP ACCEPTING AND PLAYING ALONG. Scammers are not arrested... they work openly and it is common.. I urge you STOP PLAYING... THESE ARE CRIMINALS AND YOU MAKE IT HARDER FOR US WHEN ALL WOMEN WANT TO DO IS PLAY

      No it won't get sorted .. the only way it will is when they get nobody to talk to

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  6. Hello everyone
    Well I was contacted on Facebook by Austin Miller on December 4th. I was curious how he was going to react on hangout. I sent him the article stating he was a scammer. Well that was all he needed bc he left the site quickly.

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚thank you .. I enjoyed that !

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    2. I was contacted as well by a General Austin S.Miller. He wanted to marry me and promised to give me the best life. His wife supposedly died in a car crash. His was very romantic with me as well. It's a shame these kinds of people exist.

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    3. How do you go about reporting a scam like this?
      I have been talking to the same person claiming to be m.miller. I knew it wasn't him so I called him out on it. I think it needs to be reported.

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    4. send the details to scmahatersunited@gmail.com and report to
      https://www.ic3.gov/
      Please

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    5. Sadly they are still at it- I just talked to someone claiming to be General Miller. When I told him I knew he was a scammer then he blocked me!

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    6. I have been talking to someone claiming to be the General and when I told him that I knew he was a scammer then he blocked me.

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    7. He has used 3 different email address and when I told him I knew he was a scammer then he blocked me.

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  7. I was contacted by Austin Miller off a game we was playing on line he ask me to go to hangout and we have been talking for awhile he says he has a son and he has a service dog and he in afghanistan firghtin the war over there I told him to send me picture of himself he did but the was facebook one so i told him to send real ones he said he cant because of a guy got killed while on live with his wife. I dont know how true this is but I am goig to show this page and see if he responds.

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    1. no it's completely untrue.. come to our Facebook or Instagram page and see some of the Live Chats with serving soldiers who will tell you all about scams and the stories they tell you.
      General Miller is married and is maybe the most used General by Nigerians. Which is what you are talking to.
      You are being scammed... so please. never send cash or cards because this is what they are wanting. LOVE WORDS FOR MONEY.

      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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    2. I thought that General Austin S. Miller was widowed at least that's what this person who I chatted with on Skype told me..I apologize to his family for thinking this was true. God Bless General Miller and may he return safely home.

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    3. He isn't chatting on Skype ! Sorry and thanks for your sentiments and I am really pleased you know now.

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  8. I was contacted by General Miller by the name Jose Forom on Facebook, careful lady this are vicious bustards.

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  9. I was contacted by someone claiming to be General Miller. The conversation started out ok but it just didn't feel right. I shut down for the night and found everything gone today. I'm glad I reached out to retired State Trooper. He validated my "gut feeling" and we both were right! Creep! Impersonating a real hero.😠

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    1. It is very sad that they use General Miller... and nothing is being done to stop it !
      I am very glad you searched and found !

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  10. I was scammed by this guy ,he swore to me that he was thr real Austin Scott Miller and he had all the right answer ,I fed him cards for his computer and he told ne he divorce his wife and about his three kids and that the oldest was with him in Afghanistan, he kept me going after my husband died ,on how he wanted to spend the rest of his life with me and that how he couldn't wait to come home ,but a week ago I stop talking to him ,he was asking for money a very large amount of money to bring him and his son home ,I felt so angry and upset with him because I fell in love with him ,I pray that im wrong about all this but my gut and my bank account tells me that this guy isn't real.

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    1. He told you... he told you.... never ask a scammer if he is real.... HE IS A SCAMMER HE WILL TELL YOU DAY IS NIGHT.. THEY ARE LIARS.

      ANYONE that claims to be MILITARY is never real.
      They do not do it. Real Military do NOT go looking on social media to contact women, they are NOT allowed to tell a stranger where they are deployed.
      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

      THEY ARE NEVER REAL.. THEY ARE NIGERIAN SCAMMERS...

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  11. Yes he just contacted me last night. It sounds like the same guy you all have talked to. I am a retired military wife and saw he was not the guy he said he was. Be careful on line who you talk to.

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    1. He has been talking to me for several months but has not asked for money or cards ??

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    2. And that proves ?? The REAL General Miller is retired and in the United States with this wife! Well documented about him retiring, a scammer say, 'am real babe am doing this now for them' and women say 'oh ok! '.. NO it is NOT Ok.... so when you chat? He will know your name, maybe age, maybe birthday. Does he know where you live (although with a name and dob finding an address is easy)... there are the basics for identity theft. Baby, honey! Does he look as if he will talk like this. NO... Keep trying to convince yourself BUT YOU ARE BEING SCAMMED. Please get out of it, or they may just ruin your life

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    3. I knew it could not be true that such an important man would be talking to me or on hangout so I called him a scammer then he blocked me !

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  12. He has contacted me and was very charming but then asked for 5,000 and I said no and he turn very nasty. Be ware of this man. Sorry that someone has taken his identity.

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  13. Report and block Scott Miller or Muhammed Ali

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  14. I have had 5 people to contact me telling me that they were a genera and one of them wanted to marry me and the rest wanted money although one of them I almost believed him until he started to ask for money to get him home when you are that important of a man they take good care of you he would have no trouble getting home then he asked me for money so that he could buy a cell phone I really fell for him he made me feel speacial and loved up until he did that why would a four star general ask for money this is so heart breaking when they make you fall in love with them and they do this it could be very dangerous

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    1. STOP TALKING TO SCAMMERS.. General Miller is often enough in the news to KNOW this would not be him contacting you.
      Remember this always
      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 anywhere in the world , 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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  15. I was sent a friend request by him on FB and deleted his request. He then contacted me by commenting on one of my posts wanting to chat and get to know each other through messenger. I did my research and I notified FB and reported him as a fake account. They did nothing and said they would not take the profile down because it did not pose a danger to other people or are harmful to the community. Shame on you FB for not doing your homework. I was hacked out of an account on FB once - someone took my FB page and they did nothing to help me get it back. I am recently widowed and had that on my profile. I took that off and so should everyone else who is. They think we are a target and stupid.

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    1. The Stranger Danger thing is something adults think just applies to children, it doesn't. Facebook are poor at removing or even allowing them to be created in the first place !
      But I am glad you knew

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  16. I was sent a friend request by him on FB and deleted his request. He then contacted me by commenting on one of my posts wanting to chat and get to know each other through messenger. I did my research and I notified FB and reported him as a fake account. They did nothing and said they would not take the profile down because it did not pose a danger to other people or are harmful to the community. Shame on you FB for not doing your homework. I was hacked out of an account on FB once - someone took my FB page and they did nothing to help me get it back. I am recently widowed and had that on my profile. I took that off and so should everyone else who is. They think we are a target and stupid.

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  17. I have been contacted by Austin Scott Miller. He has promised me the sky. He said he has 4 homes in HI. Today he said 2 cars a week ago he said 4 one of them a=BMW S7 and a Rolls Royce Phantom. He said his wife died in a car crash. He said he has a son 14 years. He is resigning on November 25, and was coming to see me in Miami. He said he was going to give me an engagement ring. He said he would give me anything I wanted. He said he wanted to marry me he had poems lovely words cut and pasted to Hangouts. Don't trust these scammers. I wish they would leave Austin Scott Miller in peace

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    1. So do I they are evil.. to me with the Rolls Royce I can just see the little scammer sat there not really knowing what next to say to sound good and they make idiots of themselves ! Thanks for the information and poor General Miller.. so very bad.

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  18. Hello. You know that people want me to believe in them. Well General Scott Miller why would I need to pay the UN for a sit down introduction?? I'm curious as to why and how I have a notice for payment through bitcoin for the UN. Is this another scam

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    1. There is nobody who gets to meet General Miller. Your Nigerian scammmers are getting rich by telling impossible stories but still getting paid

      THEFT SHOULD NEVER BE THIS EASY. DONT GIVE IN TO SCAMMERS

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    2. i am being scammed by him now, I thought he was real also until he started calling me bad names for something I said !! Please find a way to stop these scammers !!!! I feel sad for the real General Austin having his face and name used this
      way.

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    3. I am being scammed by him now !!!

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    4. I wish there was a way to stop them... WHEN THE MONEY STOPS, THE SCAMS STOP. General Miller and thousands of others used by people not goo enough to kiss their boots !

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