Internet dating scams involving a person that suddenly dies
Strange military photos-- Obvious photoshops, name-tapes not matching, blurry/indistinguishable photos from far away, stock military photos, photos of CAC cards, questionable/inconsistent/high ranks (Generals don't typically troll FB looking for lady friends) 2. Many of us have had our pictures stolen and used for these scams-- DO NOT believe someone just because they have military photos.
Juicy details about their roles in the military/mission/AO Just because they have someone's military photos DOES NOT MEAN THEY ARE US MILITARY.
I find it pleasurable to offer you my partnership in business.They go as far as to setup fake google phone numbers to show that they are real, and will talk to the women via phone. The people portrayed on these photos are innocent men and women, NOT involved in scamming in any way and have nothing to do with scammers!I have worked with women who have sent in excess of k plus to these scammers, some even re-mortgaging there home because they think they are helping a real American Soldier. The scammers are using their images without their knowledge and permission to deceive their victims and scam them out of money.There are several red flags we look for, and we have saved literally hundreds of women from sending these scammers money.
We get more than a dozen of these emails from women daily, mostly older women who believe they are truly American Soldiers.
They are targeting elderly women, and women from other countries.