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12-Aug-2016 20:07

At this stage they will often refer to you as their spouse.

They will put you in touch with a superior officer to arrange the leave with you.

But if your knight in shining camouflage asks you to send cash to an address in Africa, you can bet you're talking to a fake, Grey says.

A Syracuse resident was on a dating site and saw what appeared to be the profile of a soldier in Afghanistan.

They will get to know their victims quickly, preferring to use instant messaging to speed the scam up.

They will however also use emails only to groom their victims if needed.

Here are the red flags Grey says you should look out for: They want cash sent to Africa. If a scammer sends you a mailing address for cash, be sure to double check its validity with someone who would spot a fake, like a military officer.

There have however been limited reports of scammers pretending to be female military personnel as well.

The scammers are using their images without their knowledge or permission to deceive their victims and steal their money.



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