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Military scammers on dating sites

A fraud is sweeping online dating sites, according to a special report in this month’s issue of Glamour Magazine.The scam typically works like this: A con artist, usually based in an Internet cafe overseas, will lift a photo from Facebook or another social networking site.Let’s get started…This post will be updated as photos are submitted to me.

If you have a photo that is being used to scam women by using photos of military personnel, send to cj[at]soldiersperspective[dot]us and I will update this post.

Eventually, women will be able to come here and SEE that the photos are being used on multiple women.

So, I’ve got a LOT of new photos and names and I ask you to be patient as I find time to upload all these images.

This is going to be the most updated version of my exposure of these Nigerian scams that target military personnel on dating sites.

In many cases, scammers will choose to use pictures of military personnel. Grisham set up a personal blog for soldiers to report their photo being used on online dating sites.

After discovering that his headshot consistently showed in hoax dating profiles (thanks to a Google alert), Army Master Sgt. “Over the past few years, I’ve seen these scammers use all kinds of photos removed from open Facebook pages, blogs, official military websites, and command pages,” he wrote in a blog post last month.“In the war against online dating scams and security threats, we’ve chosen to do whatever is necessary to always be a few steps ahead of scammers, and not the other way around – which is usually too late for our users,” said Cupid.com’s CEO, Bill Dobbie.“This decision has its high price tag, but the alternative can be much costlier,” he continued.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.ALL PICTURES ARE STOLEN FROM INNOCENT THIRD PARTIES.In reality, the scammers are Africans from Nigeria and Ghana.Here are some expert tips on avoiding scams from Cupid.com’s Communications director, Sean Wood: Word of caution: The FBI recently issued a warning about a different kind of online dating scam known as “ransomware.” It’s a virus that will make your computer inoperable until you hand over a payment. Have you ever been a victim of an online dating scam?To protect consumers, sites like are being set up for volunteers to post details of the counterfeit dating profiles they come across.This is the photo gallery of pictures that are most frequently used in scams.These pictures have been abused by scammers for many years, and in spite of warnings on many scamlists, they STILL keep resurfacing over and over again.

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