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There may be tens of thousands of victims, and only a small fraction report it to the FTC.
He was asking me some cash for his leave payment since he is still in missions since we wanted to see each other so he need to take a leave.the leave payment will cost him like 3000$ thats for another marine to replace him.His supposed to pay for it but he said he lost his card last december when they went to a mall in nigeria to buy some personal groceries.After they form a “relationship,” they come up with reasons to ask their love interest to set up a new bank account.The scammers transfer stolen money into the new account, and then tell their victims to wire the money out of the country.He was asking for a replacemnt of his card but the bank in the states is not going to send him since there are 2 person claiming for it so he needs to go home and have it transact personally in the states after i send him the 3000$ he was gone like 2 days thinking his flying already. to my desperate i met a marine online lately i dont know if his really helping me and told me the picture i send him is MR JONATHAN MATHEUW RYKE presently deploy in Kabul Afghanistan, happily maried for 7yrs now and lives in North Carolina. I wanted to send the picture i thought is JASON RYKE but i dont know how to attach it here.
i told him to send me his itinerary but he wasnt able to send it. I really wanted the man behind this to be arrested since his using this marines picture who is brave enough to fight for your country. Thank you and God bless us all Scammers use photos of other people, even stolen photos of real servicemembers, to create fake online profiles. S., and they're working overseas or serving in the military.They ask you to: Did you know you can do an image search of your love interest’s photo in your favorite search engine?If you do an image search and the person’s photo appears under several different names, you’re probably dealing with a scammer.HI I also met a man on dating website who claimed to be u.s marine based in Nigeria after talking for couple of minutes I knew something wasn't right so I googled and learned as much as I could about scammers and sure enough he asked me to close my dating profile to concentrate on us then he bombarded me with stuff that was straight out of a love poems book I knew he wasn't real but I let him think I believed him as I thought if he's wasting his time trying his luck with me it might just save one woman from losing money then it would b worth it and sure enough yesterday he said I would like to give you 20,000dollars for my Xmas and his finance officer would email me with the details sure enough I got one saying I would have to pay 450 dollars dispatch money 50 vat to be paid by Western union I would like to warn others that he's going by the name jimmy or James grey I'm only 36 and widowed I only wanted to find love instead I find a scammer it's disheartening I'm new to Internet dating and don't know which sites are the best I am having same thing says the apo closed and needs money I sent him some food and clothes .I am from the UK now his asking fr bank details to send money so I can send it to him.I met a guy from a dating site last early of january this year 2015 by the name of JASON RYKE UCHE. We talk most times and chats in KIK before and now in Whats App.