Their advice: be suspicious if: The Army believes these scammers may be based in Africa, and they use cyber cafes, so they're untraceable.Victims have lost tens of thousands of dollars, with very little chance of getting it back.A Phoenix soldier out on deployment until April--at least that's what he said when the two started exchanging text messages."It was definitely blooming into something, and feelings were there,” Kristen said.When she learned his last name, she did some searching--not something out of the ordinary at all."When I did a reverse image search, it came up that he was on all of these scam alerts,” Kristen said.
The scammers are using their images without their knowledge and permission to deceive their victims and scam them out of money. We plan on using Diplomatic courier and shipping the money out in two large metallic Boxes, using diplomatic immunity. He claims to be stationed in Syria to me, South Africa to another woman.I only pray at this time that your address is still valid.I want to solicit your attention to receive the two trunks on my behalf. James Morgan, an officer in the US Army, and also a West Point Graduate presently serving in the Military with the 82nd Air Borne Division Peace keeping force in Baghdad, Iraq.The Army says the people behind these sorts of scams don't usually live in the United States.They could even be operating from coffee shops anywhere in the world.