He responded that he would rather forget about the phone than to lose me. His commander contacted me and said he still needs ,000 before he can be released. He has been through so much on these deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan.It’s so unfair that the military would put all of these restrictions on them before releasing them. Larry Williams, and he was in Afghanistan from Fort Campbell.He says he was deployed to Africa about three weeks ago, and kept asking about the money. His response was that he could not take the texting, so I said I guess that meant that we were over. You see, he is deployed and he needs my help financially or he cannot come home from downrange and see me for his R&R because he has to pay his fees. This man is the love of my life and I really want to be with him.A scammer could be a man or woman operating solo, posing as an attractive young lady, or part of an organized scamming operation.Such operations have been known to hire young Russian women to act as the voice on the other end of that romantic phone call.There are many variations of online dating scams originating in Russia and Eastern Europe but they have in common a high emotional and financial cost to unsuspecting scam victims.
She professes her love and gives instructions to send money through Western Union or Money Gram.
My family is very upset with me because they think I’m crazy for sending money to someone I have never met. Trust yourself and stop communicating now before he asks you for money. One woman wrote me and said she had given more than ,000 to a man who is supposedly a service member.
I think I’m in love and helping a man who is serving our country. Afterward, she was a victim of bank fraud and her home was vandalized.
The scammer will have photos showing a young and attractive woman though her profile may say she’s from America or England.
The scammer will later explain that she’s from Russia but couldn’t select it as an option on the dating site.
The man she was communicating with knew all of her personal information, including where she lived. These scammers are professionals who know just how to tug your heartstrings. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Microsoft Internet Explorer4 If you feel you have been scammed by a person claiming to be in the U. military, your best bet is to contact the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3).