His job had him training the Afghan army, and he was often outside the wire on dangerous missions.The online conversations with this woman, who said she was from Nigeria, were comforting, a distraction from combat.You or someone you know may be dating this person online right now. No matter how good they sound, things aren't what they appear to be.
The complete scam reports on scammers using these pictures you can find on Romance Scam.com, this is just an overview.
12/06 - He sounds like someone you might want to take home to meet your parents.
ALL PICTURES ARE STOLEN FROM INNOCENT THIRD PARTIES.
In reality, the scammers are Africans from Nigeria and Ghana.
People on the pictures are not associated with scammers in any way, they are just victims of identity theft.
If you are contacted by somebody using these pictures on a dating site or a social network, you are being scammed.
The scam may take the form of asking you to cash a check for them through your bank account because they are "out of the country" and unable to cash it themselves, or they may come right out and ask you to send money to help them out of a fabricated "financial difficulty" they claim to be experiencing.
These are all lies used to try to make them easy money from an unsuspecting victim.
They say all the things a woman wants to hear- even send gifts of flowers, chocolates and champagne. But sadly women are falling for this scam and losing thousands of dollars in the process.
"Redden" even went so far as to try to influence what he thought was Krystene's daughter- telling the child her mother needed to send him money to help is own daughter in a Nigerian hospital. When Krystene finally called him on the scam- he was evasive, defiant, and insistant that she had the wrong idea. If you're communicating online with a man who wants a relationship, don't give out any personal information like your address, financial information or personal information about your family.