Start Names used by internet dating scammers

Names used by internet dating scammers

In August, a British man was sent to jail after defrauding two women of over £300,000 ($455,300) through online dating sites.

Vicki, I’m writing you to find out if I am being scammed by this man who I met on Facebook.

He is a lieutenant colonel in the army and stationed at Fort Campbell.

While online dating sites work hard to eliminate scammers from their sites, unfortunately some continue to be very deceptive and get past the fraud checks so it is important to be aware of what a potential scammer might attempt to do.

Nobody wants to be scammed yet most people are not quite sure what to look out for.

It’s so unfair that the military would put all of these restrictions on them before releasing them.

He needs to relax and enjoy himself instead of going from one war to the next. What can I do to draw attention to my soldier’s situation? Sincerely, Stuck in a Serious Situation ***** Dear Ms.

This thread has been created to highlight and explain some of those characteristics.

Note that this thread contains a more "in-depth" look at scammers.

Sign this petition and stand with the AARP Fraud Watch Network so we can pressure online dating sites to help stop scammers from stealing hearts and hard-earned money.

Each week, I get letters by email, on my website, by Twitter and on Facebook from women who are sending money to Africa and Afghanistan to help service members come home. These are not men who are in the United States military. I tried to raise the money but was making myself sick trying. I really need your help because I’m trying to help my Army guy from Fort Campbell.

The standard scam story then starts to unfold as your online date suddenly has some sort of emergency in Nigeria or Ghana.