Army dating network
There was one problem: Shotwell, a junior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, had been nowhere near Athens at the time and had never signed up for Tinder.Still, she shrugged it off, until her friends sent her a screen shot of a girl named "Kim." “That is when it hit home, when I saw my face on a bio that had nothing to do with me,” Shotwell told NBC News.Vicki, I’m writing you to find out if I am being scammed by this man who I met on Facebook.He is a lieutenant colonel in the army and stationed at Fort Campbell.
Scams involving Military Personnel Scammers impersonating Military personnel are becoming increasingly common.
They start in most cases by contacting you on a social networking site claiming to be in the military, usually the US military.
This scam is performed by male scammers using stolen pictures of male military personnel.
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