This latest report follows a number of other reports of women who have fallen victim to scams by sending money to men claiming to be soldiers who they met on internet dating sites.Dating scammers form online relationships with individuals over weeks and months, then make a request for money when they feel they have established enough trust.There are several red flags we look for, and we have saved literally hundreds of women from sending these scammers money. We expose the online dating scams you should all be aware of - the little-known darker side of online dating that the online dating business doesn't want you to know about!UPDATE: This post has been gathering quite a lot of very useful comments from women who have either been victims of similar fraud or have been contacted by scammers.It’s essential reading if you suspect the person you have been talking to online may be a scammer.
But, because they are deployed to Afghanistan or Iraq, they need you to sign up for an expensive telecommunications service like “Military TELEX” in order to make that happen.January 2016 https:// Valor ALCON: I want to post this again because this makes up more than 20% of the thousands of weekly emails we get.Nigerian scammers are very rampant on Facebook, other Social Media and dating sites.It always pains me to see women (and men) fall for these scams.Just think – even if this pretend soldier hadn’t been an outright scammer, what sort of relationship are you building if you start it by financially supporting someone you’ve only just met on the Internet?The scammer pretended to be an American soldier serving in Afghanistan.This is a very common scam nowadays and so it’s worth keeping your wits about you.All opinions expressed below represent only the people who posted them. Scammers steal photos of REAL military service members, then use then name on the uniform to claim they are on active duty and need money to get home. Move on and find someone that will talk on the phone and you can meet face to face IN MINUTES, not months.Police believe the individual was setting her up for a scam.The woman became suspicious because details the ‘soldier’ had given about himself did not check out.