Dating a soilder
The scams tend to pick up around the holidays, Grey said, so women dating online need to be careful.“Trust your instincts.
Never send money to someone that you've never met, never talked to on the phone,” he said.
If you suspect you're being scammed, do not send money abroad and contact local authorities or postal inspectors.
They may be able to trace the emailer's IP address to stop the person from playing on women's emotions to steal their savings.
He sent her poetry and page after page of emails professing his love.
Look for:~ Misspellings on the documents and capitalization errors.~ Titles of organizations that don't exist.Schuster was happy to help him, excited even.“This is for our future,” she told herself. Shortly after the first wire transfer, the man told her that he wanted to get out of the Air Force and join some of his pilot friends in starting a private company that flies charter planes.She was told the military wouldn't let him access his bank accounts, so he needed her help to make his dream happen.Grey said his office recently received a letter from the Sergeant of Arms for the "Senate Forces Command," but no such entity exists.~ Mismatched logos.Citing an example, Grey told VOA that a scammer will sometimes send documents with U. Army logos, but that the dating profile may say the person is in the Navy.~ Fake stories about frozen accounts or money for surgeries.