The scammers are using their images without their knowledge and permission to deceive their victims and scam them out of money.
WASHINGTON — In today’s digital age, when most individuals communicate regularly with family and friends over social media platforms, one should always be awarethat online predators and scammers are lurking on those same platforms, actively stalking their next unsuspecting victims.
“The criminals, often from other countries, most notably from West African countries, are pretending to be U. Soldiers routinely serving in a combat zone or other overseas location.I thought it was too soon so gave an excuse but soon after caved in and sent it to him.I did follow some of the safety tips provided by the dating site though, setting up a fresh email account with no identifying details.I have recently been scammed by a Nigerian man posing as a white Hispanic man. We hope this site will save someone life, money and serves as PRE-WARNING TO ALL ONLINE DATING MEMBERS before they venture into online dating in various site. Please leave comments below, here is a photo of the man he said he was.Now that the holidays are over and Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, Special Agents with the U. Army Criminal Investigation Command, also known as CID, are anticipating a different type of holiday frenzy — an increase in “romance scam” reports.The scam involves an online scammer tricking a victim into believing he or she is “in a relationship” with an American Soldier and then hustling the victim out of his or her money.the above is to check if the scammers cheat about their whereabouts and online time.Example if the man claim he is going to work and going to offline the above will indicate if he is INVISIBLE or ONLINE.We exchanged a few messages on the site and he told me that he was widowed, having lost his wife and daughter in a terrible car crash.He asked me for my email address so that he could get to know me better off the site.