SCAMMER GALLERY: U.S. Military Scammers

SCAMMER GALLERY: U.S. Military Scammers

Scammers Stealing Military Photos

We present a new selection of Armed Forces Scammers

Remember these photos were stolen from real people!

 The men pictured here are also victims of the scammers!

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101 Comments on "SCAMMER GALLERY: U.S. Military Scammers"

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Brenda maben

Scott blood us army

Betty Greenw

I wondered why I was getting all these Facebook friend requests from middle-aged guys in uniform (I’m married!) Now I know. Beware!!!!!

Heather Dennison

Yep…Thank god I didn’t send any money…it was a scam the entire time…I just found several of the same pictures I was sent on this website…THANK YOU !!!!!


I met this guy via face messenger and he told me he loved me ans that he couldn’t wait to be home with me. I was skeptical in the beginning and he somehow made me fall inlove wirh him. And all this time for some reason in the back of my mind i knew he was scamming me but it didn’t sink in completely. I did the one thing i said i would never so and i sent money but i know im the dumb one for following it. But man did i leaen my lesson.


Anyone knows James Canfield, claiming that he is assigned in Puerto Rico. He has Los Angeles number and always call me. I don’t know if he is true or what. I don’t get it because he said his in Puerto Rico but he has LA number everytime he calls. Please let me know what you think on this. Thank you!