SCARS|RSN™ Scam & Scamming News: Nigerian ‘Yahoo Boys’ Are Posing as US Military Members on Facebook

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  1. Melanie Marley August 6, 2019 at 4:42 pm - Reply

    Oh this is not my first rodeo! So I was a little prepared when I was contacted on Instagram from this guy. He was very persistent. So, I joined “hangouts.” I talked to him for about a week. Leading him on just as much as he led me. About 3 days out, he claimed undying love for me??? lol, next he started asking me about helping him take a vacation here to see his 16-year old daughter. I didn’t believe anything I read. He sent a picture with the words” do you believe me now” written on a napkin. He sent me a picture of himself with his daughter, and one of him sitting in his barracks and out in the field. They were all the same man, but I just laughed. I have seen this plan before. So, I played back. I will say he was quite surprised when I chewed him out after he asked me to request his “box.” of personal stuff including money. I just flat out said NO NO NO~~~~ I knew it was going to cost me somewhere. He was very convincing, but like I said, this is not my first rodeo!

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