daughter and mother, no food or money
- james brown, says his daughter's bday is dec., 2, he can't send her anything because of security reasons there, his mom don't have any money or food
- —Guest etta rainer
- Showing Respect for Yourself When you show respect for yourself, you are able to respect others. Referring to yourself with slang and vulgar names are not cute and not too many boys want to hear you refer to yourself as such. Having respect for yourself also includes the way you dress. You should dress like a lady and not someone who is obviously desperate for attention. When you dress like a lady or a woman, all of your body is covered, but it is still sexy. Dressing like a woman means that you leave something to the imagination. copy from http://www.howtomakeamanfallinlovewithyou.org/ but this is real work.
- —Guest bing
aka sgt. donald derr,sgt. smith jones
- I met "sgt.donald derr" in badoo site. He claim to be an US army deployed in Afghanistan and few days after we met his deployment is transffered in Nigeria. He doesnt want to be in Nigeria and asked me to file a leave for him. After filing a leave, a certain Gen. Beck emailed that the leave request has been granted and that i have to pay US 550... I told Sgt Derr that i dont have such money so i told him maybe your friend Sgt Smith Jones can help us pay to grant your leave. So, he contacted his friend Sgt Smith Jones and i was emailed again by G. Beck that the USD 550 was already paid by their soldier in behalf for me and that Sgt Derr is ready to take the flight but i need to pay again USD600 dollars...So i checked on internet about US army leave and whoah! i am saved by this site.... Just to warn everyone these are the addresses used by this scammer: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
- —Guest sjqm
- Scammed by Brad Dunn Coleman,,tried to get 6500.00
- —Guest Dianne Adams
Departmentof Defense Scam
- Beware of this email: firstname.lastname@example.org CAPT TOM GRANT intelligence officer will ask you to send money to their agent named CAROL COLLAMORE...she is a professional receiver of fraud money. SHE HAS A BANK ACCOUNT IN BANK OF AMERICA. Carol has several counts of scam reports. DOD is connected with NAtional Trust Bank which is an alleged bank in NY which is also fake!!! DoD and this bank is a perfect match...i lost 60 thousand $!
- —Guest M a VictiM
Ghana's Health Coverage and Fake Police
- I didn't check out any Information before trying Dating Sites. I found out the Hard Way. One thing that Everyone Should Know about that is used alot in Scams and will Help People from Losing Money. They use the fact that most People are Decent and have Compassion and Care about Others. They will use Health Problems, Accidents anything Medical Real or Fake, this includes Medications. Children and Parents, are used alot. You need to Watch for this * MUM * Hey MUM's the Word in Ghana. The Spelling will Help You Avoid being Taken in. Health Insurance, Ghana has its own Health Care Programs for everyone. I've also come across some who Hack into Computers thru the Telephone Lines at Cyber Cafe's. They use the info to get You to Believe they are the Ghana Police, wanting to Help get Your Money back but Need Your Help to Pay for stuff. They don't want You to call the Police do to the Corruption there . They used ID from a Real Retired Official. The Ghana Police Web Site has Pictures
- Beware. He says he is in Philippines awarded a contract to build houses. Was taken and lost everything. Needs money to get back to the states. Lost his wife and child giving during child birth. I gave this man almost $15,000. He is very handsome and very poetic. I wish all these jerks could be caught.
- —Guest Scammed but never again
sgt.john smith??their big bully
- i am the victim of scam alm0st 3000 us dollar my scammer name sgt.john smith fr0m new york curntly in kabul afghanistan...and i sent m0ney to fayese emmanuel olaropo in nigeria. Same story to other victim
- —Guest redheart
a guy using the name cap nobile williams
- I was on this date site called tagged when this guy using the name williams patrick wrote to me...at first it was like a penpal situation cause he was claiming to be in afghanistan. Then he started to declare his undying love for me..and asked me to ask for his leave of absence..cuz he wanted to show me how he loved me.. now considering , I had already spoke to my family memebers who are inlisted in the military , I then confronted this man..and to my nonsurprized self he never responded back..now this man is going by the name Nobile Williams Patrick...he will send u pictures , he will declare his love for u ...then he will ask u to send 2500. For his leave of absence....ppl, I'm warning u...he is a fake
- —Guest annette velez
- This creep is in the process of scamming me. Says he is a Captain in the Navy, Brian Cox, due to retire any day. Says he is on special mission in Afghanistan. he wants to send me a package with gold artifacts he got from a King in Afghanistan in appreciation for saving his son from capture by terrorists. Claims he is a widow and has feelings for me. What a fool I am, I did the stupidest thing today and gave him my address, now I am scared and my kids are furious with me. What to do to stay safe??
Yes, "Evans Lopez" is indeed a scammer
- to Kelly, who posted above, I met "Evans" on OKC, as well, chatted with him in mid-September for a few days, and his story took as similar narrative (wife deceased, left him with a son, stationed in Afghanistan, etc.), and then it became apparent that he was indeed a scammer. Beware.
- —Guest Mar
Real Military Men
- I met my husband online in early 2010 and we've been married since November 13 of that year. He's a Staff Sgt in the USAF. To all women/men who don't know what to believe, here's how the military works. 1.You cannot request leave for them-only the soldier/airman/etc can do that for themself. 2.There are no "fees"to pay to go on leave.3.My husband was deployed twice and you don't get to talk to them often during those times. They are there to do a job while at the same time staying safe! 4.They have access to necessities and money to buy personal items-you don't have to send them money. I am a lucky women bc I found a good man, but I am the exception not the rule. Follow your own instincts, ask those close to you for advice and their input. Sometimes a friend/family member looking from the outside in will notice warning signs you yourself would not. Good luck in the future and I hope this helps you to find the kinda relationship you deserve!
- —Guest Amber Hewitt, USAF (retired now) wife
Bernard Rogers... Scam artist
- I figured this guy out in 10 days. Who asks for money when they've never met someone! Who gives money to someone like that!! Says he's in army needs me to help his poor daughter who's husband left her.... Would love to know who the pics are of??
- —Guest Theresa w
Sgt Joe Martins
- Just got chatting to a guy, claims from UK, has a green card so now a YS marine. He's widowed with two young kids. Chatting for a few days now and I guessed his use if the English language wasn't quite right nor his US language. Claims he loves me n misses me!! He hasn't even asked any usual dating kind of questions. He claims he Couldn't get home so is stranded abroad.... Claims US would only send him to USA but he lives in UK??? I asked to FaceTime him.... Ignores request. He came off uniform dating site and after I signed off ( get 48hrs grace to decide if you definitely want too) I've then logged on and guess what... He's from Wales UK now and in the army!! I was waiting for the ask and sure enough tonight he did... He needs £2000.00 ASAP!! I laughed at all of this.... As I've not sent money and he came across like if known him years in the I love you n miss you etc....feel sorry whoever photos they used....real good looking guy.
made myself aware
- Started talking with a Sgt mark Swanson that I met on badoo and a day later started emailing and chatting on Yahoo messager. We talked every day he was very caring and pushing a relationship, family, and big dreams on me. He had asked me to email his commandor for his leave and my response back was with 2 fake forms to fill out and a fee. I had already had my suspicions so I continued to accept msgs for another couple days and ask question any service man could answer. He was a scam and did not fool me for I was steps ahead of him. Ladies please be aware and listen to your sespitions. Check these men out. Please be aware!!!
- —Guest kelly