Sunday, 23 August 2020

Anytime you see William B Garrett used it is a scam HE IS RETIRED FROM THE U.S. ARMY

WILL B GARRETT
https://www.facebook.com/Williamsgarrett8909
Works at US Army Fort Bragg
Lives in Arlington, Virginia
From Los Angeles, California
Widowed


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➡️MILITARY ROMANCE SCAM⬅️

👹STRANGER = DANGER👹

Retired Lt. Gen. William B. Garrett III spent his 35-year military career stationed in posts around the world, AND NOW HE IS ASSOCIATED WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH GEORGIA !

Scammers do still use him, and still use him as a General and deployed.. HE IS NOT.. every contact who says they are William Garrett is a fake
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💔 NEVER ACCEPT A FRIEND OR FOLLOW REQUEST FROM A STRANGER
NEVER EVER GO TO A CHAT APP..AVOID HANGOUTS AND WHATSAPP
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👎NEVER SEND ANYTHING TO ANYONE YOU HAVE NEVER MET IN PERSON. NEVER SEND ANYTHING TO ANYONE WHO CLAIMS MILITARY, OIL RIG OR CONTRACTOR OVERSEAS. IT WILL ALWAYS BE A SCAM
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👿You are not talking to the person here.. you are talking to a criminal on a laptop
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👍ALWAYS DO A REVERSE IMAGE SEARCH. THERE IS GOOGLE, TINEYE AND ON A COMPUTER, YANDEX IS BEST. .There are free APPS for phones.


11 comments:

  1. Thank you for this article! I have had these expriences.

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  2. This scammer is saying he loves me so much after talking to him for a few days and asked me to sen d gift card for his son's phone in North Carolina to be repaired so he can communicate with him

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    1. Did you send him anything? It's sad how many women (and men too) are taken advantage of by these creeps.

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  3. I've seen this profile make comments on public pages, usually towards older women, to be friends with him. After reporting to Facebook they did not take it down.

    https://www.facebook.com/WilliamGarrett2792

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  4. Holy I keep getting these guys replying via Facebook - working women - holy my psychic gut feeling was right. They all say they are in the army all say widowed all say they have 1 child - omg glad I followed my instincts! Turn them in!

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    1. Once you talked to one you are marked as one who replies and you will more and more !
      Report and delete is so much the best way to do it.

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    2. Change your profile settings from public to friends only. It Will stop.

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    3. Also only allow Friend Requests to Friends of Friends to stop any stranger sending out to you

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  5. Hi all, I get "Friend" invitations on FB almost every day. First, let me tell you: anytime you get an invitation on FB from an unknown man it's likely a Nigerian catfish. Here are dead giveaways: they are all ~50-ish and widowed. They're either doctors or soldiers. They have no personal info and no friends on FB (except for you). They call you "dear" which makes me nauseous. I usually delete them but sometimes I like to play around with them. It's fun to see them try to escape their own lies. For example, this week a "Lieutenant" who's been mentioned on this site wrote me and said he was from Alexandria VA. I told him I lived nearby and asked if he could meet for coffee this weekend. Oops-his story changed--he was in Iraq on a peacekeeping mission. He was going to retire on June 30th so I asked him if I could pick him up at the airport and asked him his flight arrangements. Oops-turns out his plans were sensitive and couldn't be shared. For two days I had fun until I got bored and dropped the bomb on him and sent him a picture of my "other boyfriend" which was in fact a picture of him taken in Nigeria. Today I got another guy who in his haste to rip some victim off put his birthdate as Dec 2006. I told him he was very handsome and I could fall in love with his beautiful blue eyes, but that since he was only 14, I had to let him go so he could meet some nice freshman at his high school. Another important point: these losers all try and get you to get on an app called "hangout" or "groups". Don't do it!! Don't download anything they give you. FB does have some protection against these so occasionally their messages will just disappear without a trace. The other apps have no such protection. Good luck

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    1. How very sad that all we do here is wasted.
      ' I like to play around with them. It's fun ' .. we try for them to get nobody to talk to.. we can't manage that because women love them. We here all the time... 'oh but he was good, he knew just what to say'.... how do you think that happens..?? Practice.. they get practice from women like you. You pointed out his wrong DOB.. he won't do that again.
      Flight arrangements.. all can be googled to make him sounds more convincing next. time
      ALL PRACTICE AND ENCOURAGEMENT TO KEEP GOING.. the next one they talk to their chat will be refined and the victim may not know.

      Oh and the important point... on Hangouts.. I see you have just become a recent visitor to us and have not researched ALL we say on all our platforms.


      I'm sorry we have been doing this for years and give ALL of the advice you give in one sentence. If you truly cared about victims you would NOT play with scammers. I'm not impressed with your boasting.

      Scammers love women like you. They are also good hackers so one day your playing may get your burnt.

      BUT we work towards these scumbags getting silence and nobody to talk to... I wonder why this is so impossible. Research more Mary... your message here shows great innocence and simplicity.
      I won't say more... I can't be as honest I want to be with you.

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