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Think About It!

Do Soldiers Really Have Time To Romance On Facebook When They’re In A War Zone?

Yes, the United States (and other countries) has combat troops all around the world fighting Terrorists, Keeping the Peach, and performing operations of all kinds, but do you really think they have the time and the internet connections to be on Facebook or a Dating Website chatting with you?

Are these the kind of people you are connecting with on Facebook and Dating Sites?

Come On!!! Don’t Be Foolish!

A group of suspects believed to be part of a love scam syndicate were arrested by police in Kuala Lumpur on Dec 12, 2016

This is who you are really talking with:  A group of suspects believed to be part of a love scam syndicate were arrested by police in Kuala Lumpur on Dec 12, 2016

Aside from the fact that sharing their location is probably a Courts Martial Offense, these men and women are fighting a war!

Many scammers even go so far as to share a copy of their Military Identification to PROVE THEY ARE REAL! But this act actually proves they are a scammer, since making a copy of a Military ID is a crime in most Western Countries – so they will not do that!

You have to accept the responsibility for thinking things through and recognizing that they just are not doing that, regardless of where you are or what culture you belong to, it is just common sense.

It is understandable that you may fall for this initially, but you have to use common sense and think it through. You have to stop this and not become a victim of this multiple times either.

Regardless of where they say they are, or what they say they are doing, if you are contacted by a member of the military – U.S., British, German, Russian, or Martian – if they are in the field – IT IS A SCAM! PERIOD!

We know that it is difficult to accept this fact. We know, because our own employees have fallen for scams in the past as well (which is why they work for us now). But scammers depend on you not thinking logically. As soon as you start to use your intelligence, the scam falls apart.

If you have been scammed and not sent any money yet, just break it off and report the scammer on our site or on www.Anyscam.com.

If you have already sent money – if it was internationally understand you will not see you money again and that you were scammed. This is a bitter pill to swallow, but now you need to take the right steps to end this and properly report it.

We are truly sorry this has happened to you. Now that you know, you will need to focus on reality and walk away from the fantasy.

We wish you the best of luck, and if we can help you please contact us – our email is [email protected]

RSN Team
Miami, Florida, U.S.A.

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