Wednesday, 13 November 2019

Mabry
One Minute Warnings 
Of 
Ones To Watch

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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.


























8 comments:

  1. I was contacted by someone claiming to be this person

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    1. Claiming to be... but it is not ! I am so glad you checked

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  2. I.wa contact by.this person asking for money

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  3. I.am contact.by.this.person asking for money.fpr hospital bill for his.son that dying

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    1. You were contacted by an African scammer using the stolen pictures of this man.
      It was not him and he would never ask you for money.. but a Nigerian criminal would

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  4. John Mabry ask for a google play card I believe the man in the picture is apart of the scss as m

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    1. How unfair and very short sighted to think this. No the video chat you may think you had was not real... and why does a soldier need a Google play card. Scamming as himself he'd be arrested in a day.. THINK ABOUT IT AND DO NOT ACCUSE WRONGLY ... scamming is bad enough.. but for scammers not to even get the blame is unforgiveable.

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  5. I've been contacted by a person with this image. Definitely with a foreign accent. Claiming to be a widowed soldier and father of a 5 year old girl who was supposed to be cared for by his nan in his home state of Texas. He says he's deployed to S Korea and doesn't have access to his monies in the states. He's repeatedly asked for monies via Bitcoin and Google cards for "credit" on his WhatsApp account. I always push back but have admittedly given monies in this past almost 3 months. For me he went by the name: Derrick Mabry. He said he was born in the US but taken back to Jamaica to be raised after his military father passed. He trolled me on IG where he had the name Lmilitary60 before disabling his account.

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