Behaviour we urge all members to report include: I’ve met someone online and say they need travel expenses to visit me, is this a scam?Using the list of scammer behaviour to watch out for, this unfortunately, sounds like suspicious scammer behaviour. Larry Williams, and he was in Afghanistan from Fort Campbell.He says he was deployed to Africa about three weeks ago, and kept asking about the money. His response was that he could not take the texting, so I said I guess that meant that we were over. You see, he is deployed and he needs my help financially or he cannot come home from downrange and see me for his R&R because he has to pay his fees. This man is the love of my life and I really want to be with him.He responded that he would rather forget about the phone than to lose me. His commander contacted me and said he still needs ,000 before he can be released. He has been through so much on these deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan.
He is in special operations and has a lot of covert operations.Each week, I get letters by email, on my website, by Twitter and on Facebook from women who are sending money to Africa and Afghanistan to help service members come home. These are not men who are in the United States military. I tried to raise the money but was making myself sick trying. I really need your help because I’m trying to help my Army guy from Fort Campbell. Vicki, I met a sergeant in the Army on Facebook from the Zoosk dating site. He started asking me to send 0 for a secure phone line.You should never send money to someone to meet online, whatever the premise.Scammers will often pocket the money or use the bank details you have given to gain access to your online banking and pocket even more money.