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Actually, you have to fill out the leave form and send it to my commander.’ Major Hannett says the scammers sometimes also pretend to be a commander or a General to carry out the scam. “At this point I’ve heard from over 320 women on Facebook. A couple of times I’ve gotten phone calls, just out of the blue. He says that when the women realize they’ve been scammed, they track him down by his last name.It’s a story as old as the internet itself: Boy meets girl, girl falls for boy, boy asks girl to wire him thousands of dollars and then vanishes off the face of the earth forever. A scammer — usually from West Africa — poses as a deployed American soldier in search of love.We thank you for the service and we thank God for using this means to bring us together.” Christian Cafe is operated by true Christians, in fact, we met each other online.(It really does work.) Christian is also owned and operated by Christians, which is why it’s our favorite Christian dating site. Check out our Christian Cafe reviews from current and former members.
After being matched with an interested party, these con artists slowly reel in their prey with affectionate messages of passion and desire.Well, at least that’s the experience many people have had since the rise of internet dating and the online scams that have followed. Make no mistake about it, these guys are professionals.By far one of the most successful schemes involves American service members. Well before stalking their victims, they meticulously meld online images of real soldiers with fake names and personalities.“[A] big part of the scam is that after they get the woman hooked, and thinking they’re in love with this person, they’ll say, ‘I want to come visit you’ or ‘I want to come marry you. They’ll fall for that and send thousands of dollars.” When Major Hannett was serving in Iraq, he posted photos of himself on a website so his family could check in on him. “What they’re looking for is multiple pictures of the same soldier and hopefully a smiling soldier.
But the Army wants me to pay 0 or 00 to go on leave. Pretty much every picture I took while I was in Iraq, I made sure I was smiling to make sure my family didn’t think I was having a bad time. So, you know, a smiling face, a solider that’s the right age. I think they use soldiers, mostly, because people trust soldiers.” Oh, and the scam works. One from Australia and one from Malaysia.” Three hundred and twenty women, and those are just the ones who have come forward to Major Hannett.Located in Sydney's North, we look forward to seeing you at our Nissan dealership very soon. Historically, Nissan has been Australia's most popular full-line Japanese importer with a history dating back to 1934 when Datsun were sold locally.