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Victims think they’re just helping out their soulmate, never realizing they’re aiding and abetting a crime.Here are some warning signs that an online love interest might be a fake.Don't let yourselves be tricked into thinking these con artists are sincere.If you gave the scammer your bank or credit card account numbers, contact your bank or credit card company and ask how to protect your accounts.I know of a couple of women he scammed and he sent me a bad check and the bank told me it was a fake check. he is asking for call card, and when i tell him i will barrow credit card from my friend he told me no..i dont like you barrow money to a friend bcs of i tot he is real but i start searching so army scam on internet is everywhere so i start doubt now.i ask asking send an email to me with army email add, it has 'mil' last part so now im confuse please hepl if he is real or not i Tunes card is a way of stealing as well. Hi I have been contacted by 3 different men (possible scammers) through Facebook I have pictures but as someone said you cannot share them on here.Since they will not give you a place to send the card, what they will do is ask you to scratch off the part of the card, i Tunes says not to. I do however have DM saved to my phone from two of them, one went as far as asking me to purchase an Itunes card for his son for his phone I told him no I don't have the money well he stopped talking to me for awhile that day, when we started talking to me it was from how was your day at work and I think your beatiful and we are made for each other I hope you feel the same as I do ect ect.
We started emailing each other his IP address pinged him (probably from a software) as being in the UK i went to email him and all my emails came back telling me the email address did not exist so I replied back to his original email he sent me telling him I knew he was a scammer and not from the military.Just easier for me to insert our conversation then trying to explain in detail.Almost was contacted by a third one who was old looking in his photo (widow which they like to pretend to have the victim in the photo to be) we didn't even talk 2 mins and the account was gone no trace or anything.And if the person’s online profile disappears a few days after they meet you, that’s another tip-off.
Here’s the real deal: Don’t send money to someone you met online — for any reason.
They ask you to: Did you know you can do an image search of your love interest’s photo in your favorite search engine?