SCAMMER GALLERY: Military Scammers

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SCAMMER GALLERY: Military Scammers

Scammers Pretending To Be U.S. Military

We present a new selection of Dispicable Dating Scammers!
They steal our service men and women’s identities to scam you!

Remember these photos were stolen from real people!


Actually in a time of war, impersonating a combatant is punishable by death under International Law!

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  1. Anonymous May 10, 2018 at 9:38 am - Reply

    Have anyone came across this name Lenihan Donald Clark he claims to be in the Air Force says he’s a Sergeant Major and does police patrol He’s a widow and has two daughters say his wife die a couple years ago of cancer He claims to be in Syria he asking for money and iTunes cards he goes by Donald and he 48 years old I have a lot of pictures and videos of him working out in the gym he has these account Facebook Hangouts Instagram

  2. Nina November 30, 2017 at 8:45 pm - Reply

    Brian Molton. I 37 from Houston, Texas. Actually in Syria for deployment.

    • Anonymous January 24, 2018 at 1:04 pm - Reply

      I have been chatting with someone from Houston Texas, deployed in Syria . I am wondering if it is the same one? He said he is 47

  3. Bj September 4, 2017 at 1:41 am - Reply

    Alexander Reardon, Deployed to Australia. Tinder

  4. gwl9610983 August 22, 2017 at 7:36 pm - Reply

    I believe you provide a great service And I am sure once learn how to use this it will be of great choice.

  5. Martha June 3, 2017 at 4:24 pm - Reply

    I sent a man some iTunes cards money to buy a phone omg I now see his picture on the military scammers shame wall what is wrong with people who scam innocent people on line

  6. Patty March 20, 2017 at 8:57 am - Reply

    I have been texting and chatting with this gentleman since Nov. 2016. I’ve grown to care and love him as well. But, with all due respect he mention that he lost his wife and his brother as well. He said, he needed some money for the released of the Inheritance. I, of course I explained to him I am not greedy for his money and that I will help. One day, I decided to check scammers and with my surprise,, I was shocked to see many of his photo’s in Military uniforms with a different last names. I was hurt to believe in him as he says, he is who he is in the picture on fb. As we were texting I showed him a photo of him in uniform, he asked where I got the pic? Yet, from the tone of his voice he raised his tone with anger. Explaining to him I don’t appreciate anything from him when he is asking for my help. I am so naive and gullible to fall on this trap. He has promised me happiness, love and anything any one would like to have in life. I received e-mails from the bank but, I am reluctant to sending more money. I wanted to know if his pictures has being used by scammers. I do love and care for him. Was he ever in the military? I don’t want to lose him if he is telling me the truth. We do a lot of texting and chatting almost every day.

    • Romance Scams Now Editorial Team March 21, 2017 at 4:22 pm - Reply

      You know you are being played. He is a scammer. Are you going to stop?

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