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Typically, a man comes into contact with a scammer through an online dating agency.
The scammer will have photos showing a young and attractive woman though her profile may say she’s from America or England.
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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.
I’m supposed to pay $3,500 in fees to his unit so they can release him, and he will give me the money when he comes home and goes to his bank, Wells Fargo. Sincerely, Please Tell Me I Am Not Being Scammed ***** Each of these letters has a clue that shows the correspondent is a military romance scammer, not an actual service member. They know if someone asks you for money, it is a scam. If you think this person you are talking to online isn’t for real, you are probably right.