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We will be glad to answer any questions you may have it helps avoid you being taken advantage of by these scam artists!There is no such thing as a dumb question, ask, ask, ask!!!We have gotten a lot of emails lately asking us about Military members overseas asking for cash from civilians, mainly women, to come home for leave from Afghanistan or telling the women that they have a very sick child that they need to come home and see.They are also taking the photos of real Military members from Facebook and other Social Media, and using them to create these fake Facebook profiles and dating site profiles.We get ten to twenty emails per day asking if a profile is really a Soldier, and 99% of the time it is a scammer.
One email I read was supposedly from a Soldiers Chain of Command, and told the woman that he had been Wounded In Action and evacuated to a hospital in the United Kingdom.
Here are a few more fraudulent forms: And this one is an almost good fake, it is a Military leave form, we have highlighted a few mistakes on the form: Here are some of the fake email addresses they tried to make look official: [email protected]@[email protected]@[email protected] are just a few examples of the scams going around using military members as the center.
Because these scumbags know that the American people love our Military, and most will do what they can to help.
First, no one can sign for a Military personnel to go on leave except the Chain of Command.
If they are coming home from overseas on emergency leave, from a Combat Zone, as a lot of the scammer’s are saying, they would not have to pay to come home.