The scammers are using stolen photos of a real American soldier he has never met.His entire goal is to form a fake relationship in order to steal your money.
If someone has contacted you from the phone numbers of 1 (405) 349-3224 or 1 (803) 566-1168 it is a scam. Also if you have any questions or have been impacted by this scam in any way please contact the Columbus Sheriff department 1 (614) 525-3448 _____________________________________________________________________________________________ From the U. You may get an email from him and it will be missing your name or contain someone elses. In the letter, he may even say he is looking for the perfect girl.If you question him, he will question your trust and say it was a mistake about the girl thing.He may even be brazen to ask for your checking account and that he can get the money out of convenience for you because he knows a way how.
The scammer keeps asking for money until you can’t afford or the fraud is perceived.If you tell him, your friends that he is scamming you, he will say they are just jealous of you . If you have seen some of these guys try to target you on the dating sites, do not get down on yourself or feel you are a loser …are targeting anyone that is 40 . Don’t get hooked in and keep on aging forward with resiliency!He will attempt to contact you maybe two more times and then he will go away and find his next victim. People using dating sites to scam gay men saying they are military men stationed in Afghanistan or else where in the middle east.He says he needs you to write to them and ask them if you can have him contact you on your cell phone. You would have to pay before you could talk to him.0r He will be back in November of this year and he has a daughter he got a Nanny for her while hes overseas fighting for our country.The scammer approaches you on a dating site and says he lives in California but he is stationed over there with the military.