IS YOUR LOVE A SOLDIER OR A SCAMMER...



Well, I would say if he has contacted you on the internet to chat... he’s a scammer. But we can go into it further. 
Parts of this were on a Blog by a real Army wife... so she should know. The rest is from me: 

He’s in Special Operations
1. He is in a special operations unit and therefore cannot share any information with you. (NEVER....EVER) It’s true that special ops guys can’t discuss their job but that also means they don’t tell random strangers they’re in special ops. In real life if a Special Ops soldier is asked what he does... he says he's a soldier !!!  Special ops guys don’t brag about it. They’re known as “quiet professionals” for a reason.


He’s Been Denied Leave
2. He has been deployed for two years, has been denied leave time and will not be coming home any time soon therefore you won’t be able to meet. If there were soldiers being denied leave after being overseas for years at a time, it would be ALL over the news. It’s a lie. Soldiers and all servicemen get leave called R & R.... Rest and Recuperation. It's important to the wellbeing of all troops. 


He’s on a Top Secret Mission
3. He is on a top secret mission in a country other than Iraq or Afghanistan (or even in Iraq or Afghanistan – it’s all lies). Now, we certainly do have troops in other countries. However, they don’t talk about it and they certainly don’t tell you they are on a “top secret mission”. Also, any special operations soldier worth his beret will not reveal his location to someone he doesn’t know (or even someone he does!). A top secret mission  doesn't mean he can contact women on Social Media and tell them all about it.


He Needs Permission from Someone in His Unit
4. He says he is not allowed to talk about what he does, however, he has cleared it with his CO that he can tell you enough to make you believe he is who he says. !!!!!
 This is followed by outrageous lies. If he truly is not allowed to share any details about his job, his CO doesn’t even allow him to talk about it with family, much less someone he met on the internet. 
Sometimes with this tactic, they will ask you to email/send mail to the CO to ask for permission. Then the supposed CO sends back a letter asking for money to connect a phone line or some other complete lie. It's all about asking for money and the CO you ask is.... yes, the scammer himself. 


Everyone Around Him is Dead
5. He says one of the following….his parents died, his wife died in his arms, his wife was killed in a car accident along with all of his children, his children are orphaned and living in some remote location, or he was orphaned……all LIES. 
Or it's a bit.. or all of the above !!! Really? I know some very unlucky people but this is just over the top. And I mean if this was for real and that kind of luck follows him, why do you want to be with him? One was told he would never walk again !! Well, sad his fingers worked again to send the messages ! Sometimes it's cancer, although I have had that the wife had cancer and she couldn't drive safely and she crashed the car.... 


He Has No Mailing Address
6. He says he doesn’t have a mailing address because either he is in a classified unit or his position changes so often. Even in special operations, he’ll have an APO address. BFPO for British Military.  And this is not a post office box and it’s not in Nigeria!! 
It also has NOTHING to do with a Western Union office. And you don’t have to send it through a relative because he can’t give out his address


He Needs Money for Leave
7. He says he needs you to pay for his R&R leave because the Army doesn’t pay for it. This is absolutely false!
 A real soldier will not request money to travel home as he doesn’t need it! The Army pays for all travel to and from a war zone or anywhere he is deployed. 
This includes emergency travel like the death of a loved one. It’s not like you just book your own flight home from Afghanistan on Delta or British Airways. 


He Needs You to Request His Leave
8. He says he can come home but you have to request his leave through an email address. If all an Army spouse had to do was email her soldier’s commander to get him home from deployment, don’t you think ALL Army spouses would be doing this? 
I don't know why wives have to do this... they are all widowed, the Army could save printing costs ! 
 There would be no one deployed if this was the case. The Army does not allow leave requests from Army family members. In fact, even in the case of the death of an immediate family member, the information has to be verified by the American Red Cross before the soldier’s command is contacted for possible leave by officials at the Red Cross – they don’t just take your word for it.


He Needs You to Pay for a Phone Line
9. He wants you to pay for a phone line, cell phone or calling card so you can talk to each other. Real soldiers can call home for FREE. 
If he asks for this, he’s a scammer. Not to mention, soldiers are making enough to buy a phone card if they really had to.


He’s About to Retire
10. He’s about to retire and then he can marry you and live happily ever after. This usually also includes stories about being a higher ranking officer. Typical story and it’s all lies. Real officers have even LESS time to be online talking to strangers over the internet.
They DON'T get a Certificate of Retirement. If they want to marry they need a security clearance. They can't just wander home and marry a random stranger they met online. Think of the security implications !! 


His Child Needs ANYTHING.... 
11. He has a child that is dying or needs surgery (or some other medical emergency) and he needs the money to pay for it. 
All military dependents are covered by Medical care/ NHS, which for the most part is amazing insurance. Real soldiers aren’t paying out of pocket for their kid’s medical care.


He’s a General
12. And he’s only 28! Wow, talk about a quick advancement! 
 A General will have well over 20 years of service and less than 1% of officers will make it to the rank of General.
 On top of that, Generals make a minimum of $12,000 per month in JUST base pay. So why exactly would he need money from you? Why would he be going online to contact women randomly for his new wife !!!!!


His Pay is Deposited in the U.S. and He Has No Access
13. Seriously? First, the Army is providing the essentials while you’re deployed so there’s not a need for a lot of money overseas.
 Second, they can have access to your money, so this is yet another lie. There are ATMs on any main post and the PX accepts debit and credit cards. 
If he says he’s somewhere that there isn’t an ATM or another way to get money, there is also nothing for him to spend money on. So why does he need it?
You soldier cannot pop down to Kabul Fried Chicken when he fancies.. he doesn't need money. He won't be starving.


He’s On a Peacekeeping Mission in {ANYWHERE}
14. Last time I checked we aren’t on a lot of peacekeeping missions in Nigeria and Syria. One was even in Paris. And if we were, a real soldier wouldn’t tell you that.


Verify The Truth
So how can you find out if he’s telling the truth?

The absolute best way to verify is with #2 – ask him to email you from his Army email address.

Ask him to give you his Army email address rather than his yahoo, hotmail, etc. This will be his firstname.lastname@US.ARMYmail.mil. (I believe they do change it but it is asily found)  All soldiers have an Army email account. There is NO reason why he can’t provide it – regardless of what unit he is assigned to, what his mission may be, who he’s working for, etc. And the Army email account is free so him saying his credit card hasn’t been processed or his account is locked because he didn’t pay is also a lie. 

If he refuses to provide this, he’s fake.


But you say he’s sent you pictures or a copy of his ID?


Many have been provided pictures, copies of military identification cards, even videos. First, pictures can be grabbed from anywhere on the internet – there’s no guarantee you’re talking to that person. They may very well be using the picture of a real soldier but that doesn’t mean you’re talking to him. Some of these scumbags are using the pictures of soldiers who were killed in action to run their scams. It’s sick.


Someone told me once they were dating a General and she even had pictures. I told her to send them to me. Guess who the pictures were of? David Petraeus!
Some use totally fake pictures in uniforms that are all messed up – I’ve seen Army uniforms with Air Force tapes and Navy insignia – no joke.


I’ve seen very badly doctored military ID cards where it’s obvious he’s typed over information on the card. What’s funny is he’ll type over the only legitimate information on the card and replace it with something that makes no sense. Such as rank of SPC and pay grade of MAJ.


The pictures they use many times on military IDs are so fake and it’s so obvious. Real military ID pictures basically look like a mugshot – solid background with him in uniform and basically only showing his face (maybe the very top of his shoulders). Someone sent me one the other day that not only looked nothing like a military ID (more like a business card for a recruiter), it had a picture of a soldier who was obviously at a military ball or some other formal event as he had a bow tie with his dress uniform. That is NOT an ID picture.

SOMETIMES THE SCAMMER HAS VIDEO OF THE MAN THEY SAY THEY ARE. IF THEY CAN'T ANSWER YOU AND THEY SAY THEY CAN'T DO THIS FOR SECURITY... THEN THEY ARE LYING. THEY ARE SIMPLY PLAYING YOU VIDEO. 

Or maybe he’s added you on Facebook and even changed his relationship status to you AS HIS WIFE.   fake.. he can't. 

Soldiers Don’t Have Time For This

99.9% of military guys overseas don’t have the time available to them to email, chat and Skype for hours at a time or even every day online. They are too busy doing their JOB. And most have no interest in “dating” someone online while they’re deployed. Continuing to talk to their loved one that they knew before deployment? Absolutely! Time to peruse dating sites and chat for hours? Absolutely not.

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But he said he loves you and wants to marry you….even though you “met” last week

I’m assuming if you’re falling for this, you’ve never been in a military town. Go downtown in a military town to a club one night and let me know how many single soldiers are there looking for the love of their life. 
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Your soldier can't just marry you. He has to ask permission and the Military have to know who you are.... Security again. 

He wants to marry you.. is prepared to wait months to get to you and never sleep with you while waiting... ERM.... No... they don't work like that !! 
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Many of these stories contain comments about him saying he loves you within a few days/weeks/hours/minutes (my fastest was 8 minutes)..... of starting to talk or he wants to marry you as soon as he returns. 

Let’s get this straight – you haven’t met and certainly haven’t had the opportunity to have any kind of physical relationship, yet he wants to marry you? 

Does this sound feasible to you? If you’re even hesitating on the answer, I’ll help you. It’s not. They’re lying so they can get in your wallet. 

And they’re doing this to many others at the same time they’re doing it to you. It’s just who is going to open up access to their bank account first.

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But you asked him if he was a scammer and he said no!


Come on, think about this! Why would he admit it to you? Or even better, he told you he is in fact a scammer but he REALLY loves you…..as long as you keep sending him money.

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He hasn’t asked for money yet though


Don’t worry,HE WILL. If any of the above signs sound familiar, it’s only a matter of time. He may get pretty far into his story before he asks. He may wait until his plane is supposed to leave and you’re meeting him in less than 24 hours. Then all of the sudden disaster strikes and he needs three grand to be able to come home. LIES!
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Even though he’s doing these things, you still think he’s the real deal
I hate to be harsh but if any of the above sounds familiar, it’s a SCAM. Don’t sit there and think you’re the exception. You’re not the lucky one who’s encountered these signs but somehow your guy is the real deal. He’s FAKE. He doesn’t love you. He doesn’t want to marry you. And sooner or later, he’s going to ask for money.

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I get emails and messages (or comments) from people who tell me the story and ask me if he’s fake. I answer yes, it’s a scam. And what do they do? Keep asking me more questions – but he does this or he said this or he sent me these pictures.

 Guess what? The answer is still the same. It’s a scam. Go back and read the first line in bold at the top of this article. I don’t care if he asks you to mail him a penny – a real soldier will NOT ask you for money. A real soldier makes more overseas than he does when he’s home!!


The Scam Checklist
LET'S SUM UP HERE.,,,,

If he’s asking for money for a phone line, it’s a scam.

If he’s asking for money for travel home, it’s a scam.

If he needs you to help him move money from one location to another, it’s a scam.

IF HE IS ASKING FOR MONEY IT IS A SCAM.......

If he asks for your bank account information, it’s a scam.

If he wants you to wire money for ANY reason via Western Union (or similar service), it’s a scam.

If he asks you to email his command so he can come home, it’s a scam.

If he tells you to open a bank account or credit card for him, it’s a scam (and this one could get you into legal trouble!)

PLEASE STOP SENDING SCAMMERS MONEY.. THEY ARE BREEDING BECAUSE OF IT. SCAMMERS 'LIVE BIG' IS WHAT THEY SAY. OTHERS SEE AND JOIN IN. IT'S A NATIONAL INDUSTRY IN AFRICA. 

74 comments:

  1. I have met an alleged soilder with the name Mark He says he loves & wants 2 marry me & he'll b home in Dec he seems so loving.And he is Hispanic. At least he sounds like he is.I am now in an abusive relationship I so want him 2 b the rea deal. Help me

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    1. He won't be. NO REAL US ARMY SOLDIER IS ALLOWED ON SOCIAL MEDIA TO CONTACT WOMEN THEY DO NOT KNOW and tell them where they are DEPLOYED.
      Think of security. This gives ISIS a list of personnel and so they could easily find their families.

      A soldier can't come home to marry someone he has never met. You could be anyone? Have you had contact with the Army? No... because he is not from the Army... I can't trace him from 'Mark' it's a well used name. So, please.. what is the rest of the name??

      BUT.. I can tell you with 100% certainty.. he is not real. THE REAL ARMY DOESN'T HAVE TO PAY FOR LEAVE. DOESN'T HAVE A DEPARTMENT WHERE THE 'FIANCEE' HAS TO APPLY FOR LEAVE AND PAY.

      YOU ARE BEING SCAMMED.

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  2. I am so sorry but he won't be. If he is saying he is a soldier and just contacted you... they aren't allowed to do that in the real USArmy. He can't actually arrange to marry you.. think of the security here, you could be anyone. In the Army, if you want to get married, you need to send details to the Army and you'd have to be checked... again, security.
    He loves you.. he will marry you... and you have never met him?? Is it really likely, and I think he will have loved you very quickly.
    I'm sorry, they are loving. Very... that is how they do it. But I can say 100% your Mark will not be real. Please can you tell me who he is and I'll post him.
    Be careful... they talk loving, they are not... they are criminals... just loving because they are all the time getting you ready to ask you for money.

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  3. I am so sorry but he won't be. If he is saying he is a soldier and just contacted you... they aren't allowed to do that in the real USArmy. He can't actually arrange to marry you.. think of the security here, you could be anyone. In the Army, if you want to get married, you need to send details to the Army and you'd have to be checked... again, security.
    He loves you.. he will marry you... and you have never met him?? Is it really likely, and I think he will have loved you very quickly.
    I'm sorry, they are loving. Very... that is how they do it. But I can say 100% your Mark will not be real. Please can you tell me who he is and I'll post him.
    Be careful... they talk loving, they are not... they are criminals... just loving because they are all the time getting you ready to ask you for money.

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  4. Can I send you some pictures I have received and if you can please help me figure out who this guy is? if not the one I am talking to please I would appreciate it.

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    1. Yes.. you can email if you like
      scamhatersunited@gmail.com

      also the name he is going by as well.. I'll see what I can do !

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    2. Hola me llamo Ana a my me paso y gual decia que es US army que esta en siria no le crei al plrincipio pero quise saver que quere se llama Anderson Hilary que es de california viudo con una ija vaya despues de dos o tres semana enpense creer bueno todo fue que dijo que quere conoserme y casarse con migo eso fue antes de navidad 10 12 2020 yo le dije que no lo creo para que quere conoser si esta donde hay quera dijo si quero puede pedir permiso y que de navidad pudia un mes bueno lo creey pero me pedio dinero para pagar las taxas de aduana le mande 2450 de euro todo mis aoros y no paso nada que no queria dejarlo los arabes bueno paso yo enfadada buscava respuesta que pasa y nada al final descubri que hotro me quiso haser lo mismo y son los mismos oerandi de Nigeria vaya como nos enganie como unas niñas peor bueno yo queria si se pudia ponerme en contacto con la persona que decia que es puedo mandarle una foto que me perdone que le pedi a dios que le castique y no es justo es inocente sempre respecto los militares y soy orguliosa de su trabajo

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    3. It is never right to contact or blame the real men. This is why they don't like to be contacted.. they get hundreds of these messages every day, many really nasty and blaming them.
      Anyone that contacts you and claims military is fake.
      They are never allowed to tell you where they are deployed.
      They are not allowed to do it, they do not do it.
      ALL are criminals, thieves from West Africa using stolen pictures of MIlitary Personnel.


      PLEASE now stay clear of strangers online.. Nigerian scammers are pure greedy evil.

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    4. Nunca es correcto contactar o culpar a los hombres de verdad. Es por eso que no les gusta que los contactemos ... reciben cientos de estos mensajes todos los dĂ­as, muchos realmente desagradables y los culpan.
      Cualquiera que se ponga en contacto con usted y afirme que es militar es falso.
      Nunca se les permite decirle dĂłnde se implementan.
      No se les permite hacerlo, no lo hacen.
      TODOS son delincuentes, ladrones de África occidental que utilizan fotografías robadas de personal militar.


      POR FAVOR, ahora manténgase alejado de los extraños en línea. Los estafadores nigerianos son pura maldad codiciosa.

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  5. Can I send you some pictures I have received and if you can please help me figure out who this guy is? if not the one I am talking to please I would appreciate it.

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  6. Hi there! I am from Switzerland and will need your help regarding a scammer which I want to let you know...it seems that you know him because I found on the web a pic which is posted on your Facebook page but with another name

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    1. You can come to our Facebook page.. or scamhatersunited@gmail.com

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  7. Has anyone talked to someone claiming to be Michael James and is in the Military on a mission

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    1. I have and I started talking to him on November 11th. We "met" on Tinder while he allegedly was in Canada How did you "meet" him?

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  8. Has
    anyone talked to a Michael James claiming to be in the Military but is from NC

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    1. It's such a common name.. but.. two first names is very popular with scammers as Africans can't work our names out.. and.. all the military you contact you are fake... in the real world, because of security, they aren't allowed to contact women they don't know, even more say they are deployed anywhere. If you think about it, terrorists could have a great time getting info like this.. so, if he has contacted you and he says Military... FAKE.

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  9. Has anyone talked to a mark hestilow?they are scamming this girl I work with but she won't listen. He always sent pictures and texted her and promised to marry her. Then the day he was due to get out he dies and now they want money for his supposeably 17 year old son. That he left her all his estate in his will but the lawyer wants 15000 to get it all started. They wanted 6000 to Bury him, but he was in the military. It's one thing after another. And she is so flipping gullible.

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    1. Is there any way I can talk to her?? Are you and she on Facebook... because she is being scammed BIG TIME !!
      She is no relation to him, I don't care if he did call her wife, fiancee or whatever. There is no will, there is no funeral, there is no Hestilow..

      I AM GOING TO PUT A POST ON HERE.... GET HER TO LOOK AT IT... I HAVE NOT PICTURES TO USE.. BUT IT NEEDS TO GO OUT AS A WARNING.. There is a message button here
      https://www.facebook.com/WARNINGANDSUPPORT/
      if you can tell me who she is we will talk to her...
      This is awful.

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  10. Ramson Duncan supposedly in Afghanistan in the army also now using hangouts under his buddies name, also fake facebook and stolen pics of real people Anderson rigg. Needs money sent money gram to get a cell phone so we can communicate other than Google Hangouts. SCAMMERS. How can I post the pics here? What about these real men who's pictures have been hijacked?

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    1. The real men can do nothing and it is awful for them. African scammers do not care who they hurt or what they do. Nigerian Police do not do anything. It's perfectly accepted there. Sometimes they arrest one just to make it look as if they are doing something... they aren't.

      They love Hangouts.. which is almost all scammers or those being scammed. You can send me pictures scamhatersunited@gmail.com or visit the Facebook page and send them on the Messages there !
      Thanks for this.

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  11. Galbraith Miller contacted me on facebook, after friends a couple of days, sent pix. He professes great love for me. I told him I would like to send him a care pkg and a letter. He asks for an iphone7plus. Supposedly in Afghanistan, on a peace mission...Facebook got shut off(not supposed to use social media) then starts texting me on a roommates phone (Louisiana #) then says they were attacked and phone stolen....texting me from a diff phone (Massachusetts #) I tried to search him on Google. He says he was born and raised in Miami FL. Has a home there. Parents were killed in car accident when he was 17, been in US Army 16 years, no siblings. Boy do I feel stupid right now!

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  12. Those phone numbers, you can get something called a 'Forwarding Number'... it means you phone from anywhere in the world and it shows as the number you have bought. Overseas callcentres use them when they want to sell you something.. so scammers of course loves them.

    They love a sob story and they often have to have lost everyone in a disaster !

    He gets thrown off Facebook regularly as he gets reported for being fake. iphone 7 !!! Nothing less for this scammer.

    Don't beat yourself up Joyce, these practice being good at what they do.. you know now that is important. Thanks for telling me all of this.. it will help warn other women.

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  13. The guy i was chatting with, Ramson Duncan wanted cash to have a "pilot" of the supply plane buy him an iphone 6!! Since i stopped the "relationship" he has facebook friend requested me under the name ramson hoke and ramson dun. Obvioysly he doesnt get it, im on to the scam.

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    1. Don't accept him though. He won't give up. Worryingly on 'Dun' he says he is in a relationship.

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  14. Oh boy i met a few days ago a nice looking soldier on a datingsite and we talked on whatsapp after two days he told me he wanted me to be his wife ,he came from Ohio and his name was Donald Gomez! He did not look hispanic the guy on the picture ,anyway yesterday he wanted me to send him money for a RR Form release form ,so he could come to see me ,I found it very suspicious so i asked him more information about where to send the money too and anyway after reading all this ,i am glad that i trusted my gutinstinct so beware because he is very handsome on the pictures and even send video's while he is dancing in the bathroom ,and 17 different pictures ,such a nice person on the pictures and video but i bet its not this person and when i heard it was the same timezone as overhere in belgium i knew it must be nigeria and then after checking the phonenumber it was from Laos,well i was angry but relieved that this person has lost his time with me ,hope to reach more woman because we are vurnable for sweet words ,good work scambusters and others keep up fighting the scammers !

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    1. They steal pictures and videos and think nobody every checks... not enough do, but women are getting smarter !! Phone numbers can be made to appear as if they are from many different places ! So he could be from Laos... or Nigeria !! Doesn't matter, he is FAKE and you KNOW...

      Now this is the sort of message I LOVE !! THANK YOU

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  15. So i have been talking to a guy who i met on meet me. I known he is fake i checked him out. He first started talking to me about his family and then he started asking about money. So i can report him?

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    1. Can you find our Facebook page.... you can send us a message on there because on there you can send a picture.
      Always report to Meetme as well.

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  16. I finally found the real person in the pics of the Adame scam. He's on Facebook. The people behind the Adame scam are very well educated and know psychology because he played mind games with me for a year.

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    1. Why would you even 'finally' find the real man?? 'He' hasn't played mind games with you for a year and if you have been looking a long time you have known he is fake.

      These real man are victims, the biggest victims of all. They had nothing to do with the profiles, with contacting the women and talking to the women... why should they be found and have to answer for something something else has done in their image??

      Yes they are good... and even better if you let them be good. There is only one revenge for a scammer... block and never speak to them. They totally control you in the scam, once you know your revenge is taking control. But that never means involving the victim.

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  17. Good evening. I need help to know if i am talking on SKYPE with a scammer instead an general military US man . I have some photos of him and i sow his face on video call two times and he don't look at all at his photos. he ask me money to ticket to fly and visa card and today for his son ,he said to me that his son is in GHANA not in USA California . He also have two gmail adresses , i didn't ask him that i have a military email adress and i dont'know if it is good to ask him if he have his own military adress. Please if you can to help me with this , i don;t know what should to belive about this american man caliming to be an USA General in Syria in keeping mission and to not have access for his own money there. If i must to show for you some photo of this man tell me please. Thank you much and i wait for an answer .I can give enough detailes if it will be necessary.

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    1. You are talking to Ghana scammers. There NO US Army Generals talking to anyone on Skype or anywhere else.
      None of them need money or are asking for money. The real US Army are NOT allowed to contact women they do not know and tell them where they are.. think of security it the real world.

      You are answering your own questions you know.. you do suspect him. You don't believe it's the same face on video... it won't be and I am guessing the pictures are poor quality and he can't talk to you. Why isn't it good to ask him about that APO address?? He has one he can give you at all times wherever he is, if he is real.

      BUT HE IS NOT REAL. You know the real Army is paid twice a month and they can get at their money anywhere in the world. A General gets thousands of dollars every month. He doesn't need your money.

      We have a Facebook page you could send me the pictures on the messages button there.. or scamhatersunited@gmail.com.

      YOU ARE BEING SCAMMED... !

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  18. I'm receiving texts from a Carlos, Molina, his Grammer is not what I envisioned a Staff Sargeant in Us Army
    Deployed in Africa. Seems like a real sweetheart, going to investigate , I will ask for email and wait for reply,
    Thank you for carring enough to post this site .

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    1. Thank you.... it makes it all worth while when people find a scammer and realise he isn't real ! Hate them though !! Thinking their right is money from women.

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  19. bueno yo por error le envie la solicitud en facebook a un tipomque se decia llamar jordan white el no trnia mucha informacion en su facebook y tenia pocas amigas como 4 y el tenia una foto donde aparecia con una playaera roja y un pantalon corto oscuro yo se la envie la solicitud por error y el un dia me textio y me saludo luego de eso le dije q era de un pais de centroammerica y el me dijo que era de ny pero que era militar entonces alas semanas me dijo qwue estab en una mision que en bagdad en iraq o iran creo y que estaba a cargo de las computadoras de la base y que si lo encontraban haviendo eso lo podian castigar severamente y que tambien podria ir a pricion con el tiempo me dijo que era muy bonita que era su miel alos dias me pidio dinero y envio un correo de tipo militar para poder adquirir una licencia para llamar a usa el me lo envio y yo le conteste alos del correo el que me contesto fue un disque comandate pero el correo era military-scrutiny@usa.com ay me contestaro y dijeron que habia visa para llamar y la mas costosa de 1,235 dolares americanos y las demas de 652,
    225.22dolares etc
    el me habia enviado las fotos q reporte haca y a su vez una con un muchacho paecido a el muy parecido me dijo que era su hijo y que la esposa le fue infiel yo solo fui su amiga yel me piropeaba pero tambien paso mucho tiempo sin hablarme y luego me dijo q facebook le borro la cuenta que no nposeia tiempon para crear otra y el face no me lo permitio me pedia nuna id y tambien me dijo en el correo que estaria en una mision en alepo fue lo ultimo que supe de el y ala fecha no se mas de el nunca le puse el dinero ni me importo ayudarle pero esta raro que haca hayan muchas fotos de el y yo tenga 2 que no lkas he visto haca
    pueden ayudarme a descubrir la verdad

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    1. La verdad es que si habĂ­a alguien diciendo que Ă©l estĂĄ desplegado y todas las cosas que estaba haciendo, entonces es muy falso.

      ¿Piensa en la seguridad en el ejĂ©rcito? ¿Es probable que cualquiera de esto fuera cierto? ni un poco.

      Entonces el dinero exige? NingĂșn soldado en cualquier lugar necesita dinero para una licencia ... para llamadas ... para nada en absoluto. @ Usa.com es un sitio web de correo electrĂłnico gratuito que NO es utilizado por los militares.

      No sé por qué intentas encontrar la verdad, porque nunca se te ha dicho una palabra de verdad.

      Has estado involucrado con estafadores. Esa es la verdad. Usted ha escapado ... y yo lo mantendrĂ­a asĂ­.

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  20. Please. Tell me who this guy is he is on my phone send you some picture for money hos name os robert needham jerry hope needjam how can i report hin to the FBI. Scan hurrytalking to him. Make up stuff dont have it. Corina please hurry need your helpthree app smart to

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    1. Carina.. I don't know who he is.. I know he is used by scammers and if you have been talking to the pictures he was fake. The FBI can do nothing. These scammers come from Ghana.

      You can try to contact them and I wish you would. I can't get you who he is and that would not help. His pictures have been stolen and used by African criminals to steal money. This is not him.

      The phone numbers are Ghana. Go to the FBI... please and see what they say.

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  21. Send picture of him on my phone asking for money Fbi lookind for him Robert needham jerry hope needham robertjet1@aol.com fake contact orreport him to 355689080266845face book to 233544544125658location for me been calling me bcozrich gold bars thankshurry

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  22. I know for a fact that Allen Porter is a fake. He won't stop harassing me, he is sending me nude photos of himself. I told him that I was married and for him to stop bothering me. I gave him no reason to bother me especially not to send me photos of his private part. He won't stop. I blocked him, then he found another website. The photo was stolen from a real military guy. Is he aware of what is going on? I wish I could contact the real army soldier to let him know that his photos where stolen. It gives him a bad rep.

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    1. Whilst you talk back to him he will keep on doing it.. this is what they do. The real man is aware and he can do nothing about it. This is scamming... they are sat in Africa and can do what they like. They can use what they want to use and there is nobody to stop them as Facebook don't.

      Keep blocking.. even if he gets through.. do not respond. Even to call him out or ask him to stop. They want control... you take it. They hate not getting to you... so make them angry. It sounds passive but it is the thing that works best.

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  23. Hello, a few days ago a guy contacted me at the beginning he did not tell me he was from the army ... we started chatting ... and between talks he told me that his job was in the army .... he started trying to investigate If the profile was false ... so far I have not found anything ... the only thing is that almost a month of talks told me I need money ...I was surprised because he told me about the false profiles that bothered him ... his name is JAMIE MARION... if somebody now about him plis tell me....

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    1. I don't know of him.. but be careful. Test him.. ask for an APO address and AKO address... one is for mail the other email. He can give out both. There are no security issues around this. email ends in army.mil. and nothing else.

      I like the 'send a picture of your dog tags question'.. because we've had some great replies from that one.

      They will talk about other profiles being fake and them being real. That is common. You tell me.. if there are fake profiles of you going round.. would you still be contacting women out of the blue?? I don't think so. You can send me a picture to scamhatersunited@gmail.com and I'll have a look if you like.

      Just be very careful. Test him.. if he is real, he won't mind. If he is real he won't come out with 'oh well, because of security I can't do this and this'.

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  24. Maria de Lourdes4 March 2017 at 17:40

    I am talking to a major and doctor from USA Army named Williams Collins, aged 58 and living in Damascus, Syria. He says that his father was a general and his mother was a soldier. They died. He has a son with a problem in his kidney. His son leaves in Germany and is 14. He asked for money to come here on Christmas. I send 5.000.trough a deposit in a account in Brasil. But he haven't come. I sent to United Nations. But they have replied saying I have to send 3.900 Pounds sterling in order to marry him and he comes to Brasil. I have put my house to be sold as he has suggested. It was on January. But as my house is not sold, he becomes angry a lot of times. But he is always sending love messages every morning. We have sex by net, but only I send photos as he says the computer doesnt have web cam. And he makes love to me when has purposal to my house.

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    1. First of all.. you are NOT talking to a Major and/or doctor from the USA called Williams Collins. YOU ARE BEING SCAMMED.
      Williams Collins is very much a scammer name.
      NO real US ARMY high ranking officer is on FB contacting women.
      NO real US ARMY personnel are allowed to tell you where they are deployed.
      Dead parents,, left with a son, let me guess, wife dead as well, cancer or car crash??
      He would never have come to you because he does not exist.
      Are you a US Citizen?? If not no real soldier can just come home to marry you. You must have face to face interviews. You have to have security checks, you and your family and medicals and it takes many months for this. You can't fill a form in..it's all in person.

      Sex on cam is so that when you don't pay he can blackmail you with the photos and footage. His webcam does not work because it is not the man in any pictures he has sent you.

      YOU ARE BEING SCAMMED IN A HUGE WAY..DO *****NOT***** SELL YOUR HOUSE. Because you will never see him.

      The ONLY official email address the UN uses is @un.org. Is that what you have been talking to..anything else is fake.

      He is not sending you love messages. He is scamming you.... You know there is such an easy way to check this.. ring the Army and find out?? Ask if they have a Major called Williams Collins?? They will tell you that you are being scammed.

      https://www.army.mil/article/130861/army_investigators_warn_public_about_romance_scams

      STOP EVERYTHING AND ACCEPT YOU HAVE LOST YOUR $5000 AND I HOPE NO MORE.

      Do you really think someone that loves you would put your through all of this?? If someone was doing this to me... I wouldn't be very 'loving' towards him.,... maybe you get some copy and paste love words every morning... do me a favour and put those words through Google... you'll find them.

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    2. Our Facebook page is
      https://www.facebook.com/thefightbackstartshere/

      You can come through and chat on Messages there as well...

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  25. I believe I was scamed by John Bobby Wells on the merchant marines deployed in Syria. I sent him a thousand dollars for what he called a Marine vacation post.said he lived in Albany ny.he is 49. Had a daughter.

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    1. No Marine, in fact nobody in the Military needs money from a woman to come home. Yes.. you have been scammed. I am so sorry they found you and I only wish women would check on things before they send money... because after is too late.

      Merchant Marines?? If he is in this it is even worse to assume he would need money.

      I'm sorry you fell for it. Please be careful there are many thousands of scammers all lining up to get money.

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  26. Melissa, I'm sorry to say but yes, you probably were. These guys are candy to our ears , they have the perfect words, and something inside of us, are yearning for these perfect words. Hard lesson, I know I made a mistake too, but for a lot more. It's very upsetting , but know you aren't the only one. You posting will make a difference, and help someone else. Again. Sorry you lost that money.

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    1. Thank you. If only we could teach women to check... I'm sorry that anyone loses anything.. I hate women losing money and feelings to this evil.

      And perfect doesn't exist !! I hate them all Barbara... I really do.

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    2. Barbara,thank you it does help to know I'm not alone. Sorry you had to go through it to. I now find his picture plastered on websites as a scammer. Your right they talk a good talk. There should be something done to stop them.

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    3. There should be lots of things done and it should be easy to do something. However.. until African Governments and Police do something... it will get worse. As it is all the time now.

      Facebook and the US Government and Army could do more... it is a problem nobody seems to want to do anything about.

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  27. I know Melissa, I hate them too, unfortunately we can only beat them by being more cautious and telling other woman about these Scammers. Your heart was true and you will be blessed many times over.

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    1. That is the whole thing Barbara... telling other women and getting them to tell others and getting the word out there... it's a fact only nice people are scammed. Only trusting people who would never do this to anyone else, why would someone do it to them?
      Education.... it's what we need to cut off their ready supply of women.

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    2. Exactly, more Education , women/men are the victims.

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    3. Yes... everyone is. Just think if everyone in the world knew they were fake.. and they were totally ignored.

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  28. It is a problem, when I fell for this scammer, I wrote the African Police and I did get a return letter, with an apology and nothing more. I don't need an apology I need these Scammers stopped, need to write a letter to Trump..

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    1. That is all you will get. We've had various replies and none of the good.. most of the time you get nothing. Ghana Police said women should never send money to anyone in Ghana ! The EFCC said the same. Nigeria Police said it was not legal. That is it, would do nothing. !!!

      They really do not care... and make a lot in bribes !!! Africa will never be a good continent as it's people are not interested in their countries, just themselves. I feel for good Africans, so many wanting to bring them down.

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  29. I met À sergeant chris ronald he is in negeria chat with him almost one year.can you please check For me he is À scammer?send him every month money.

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    1. Yes.. there are no US soldiers in Nigeria. Never has been and no plans for any to be there. I don't know what excuse he has given you.. but NO US soldier needs money for ANYTHING. They are provided with everything they need and have full access to their money.

      I'm sorry.. you are being very badly scammed. You are sending money to Nigerian scammers... that is why they say they are in Nigeria.. easier to get the money !

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  30. How can you find out if a website is fake.

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    1. It's not easy. You can look at the 'WhoIs' registered owner of the website. Often if it's a site pretending to be a bank, there is no https:// and it should be.
      Links don't usually work on the all.. you have to pick over the whole thing and see if it all adds up.
      Can I help with it?

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  31. Watch out ladies for a William Porter claiming to be in the US Army. SCAMMER!
    EVIL PEOPLE!!!

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  32. In czech republic he use name Christopher Dennis, daughter Letty age 9, son Allen age 7

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  33. Hello,
    I have been scammed by a Mark Dakota Reyes from the Army. He is in a peace mission in Africa. just found out he has 2 accounts on Instagram under Reyes Mark and Reyes Dakota. He gave himself away when he said his first name is really his last name.

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  34. Hello,
    I have been scammed by a Mark Dakota Reyes from the Army. He is in a peace mission in Africa. just found out he has 2 accounts on Instagram under Reyes Mark and Reyes Dakota. He gave himself away when he said his first name is really his last name.

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    1. I found this but if you have the username for Reyes Mark can you tell me as I can't find that one.
      Remember :
      Anyone that contacts you and claims military is fake.
      They are never allowed to tell you where they are deployed.
      They are not allowed to do it, they do not do it.
      ALL are criminals, thieves from West Africa using stolen pictures of Military Personnel.


      SO AS SOON AS THEY SAY MILITARY THEY ARE FAKE !
      THANK YOU

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  35. A fake emailed me to say he had been shot by the rebels. And I wrote that I was injured, and I posted a picture of it. However, the photo is of a different person, and I stole it from a 2013 blog. I think it's very vicious. I have not been robbed of anything, but I will not tolerate a con artist insulting a soldier.

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  36. Hello. Two or three weeks ago a person came to Hangouts who identified himself as Greg Lopez, a military man, in Afghanistan. Then he said it was Erik Lopez, that Greg was a nickname. He sent a photo and we started talking. He told all these stories on the blog, except that he never asked me for money, for now. I am almost 100% sure that he is a scammer. Yesterday he made a video call for me and the face of the photos appeared. But I read that these videos can be manipulated. I will not give him money but I would like the real person in the photo, this military man, to know that. That their photos are out there, in the hands of fraudsters. How can I send him his photos for verification? Thanks!

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  37. SALVE ,POTRESTE CONTATTARMI IN PRIVATO

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