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RSN™ Guide: U.S. Army Scammers / Fake Soldier Romance Scams

Online Romance Scam Information About Stolen Soldier Identities

Impersonation & Identity Theft Of United States Army Soldiers

If You Suspect Someone Then They ARE A Scammer

You may have a suspicion about someone you have met online. You may not know it yet but your instincts picked up on something out of place (below we explain the Red Flags in more detail). Go with your gut – if it feels wrong it is!


With over ONE BILLION (more than 1,000,000,000) fake identities online there are plenty of scammers to go around. 1 Billion is AFTER the social media companies delete nearly 1 billion a year! That is how big this all is! And there are nearly a million new victims a year. You are far from being alone in this.

The Odds Are Nearly 100% That The Soldier Who Contacted You Out Of The Blue Is A Scammer!

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What To Do About Fake Soldiers Or Soldier Scams?

Scammers around the world have been stealing the identities and photos of United States military personnel for more than a decade. These are used by scammers because of the immediate trust these add to online fraud and confidence games of African-style romance scams in scamming women and men. This “Stolen Valor” helps put the minds of the victim at ease initially so that the scammer can do their worst.

If you feel you have been or are being scammed right now by a person impersonating or claiming to be a U.S. Soldier, there are several things you must do, not only for yourself but also to help limit the number of future victims.

How Do You Properly