~Kittyhawk ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ January 2016 https:// Valor ALCON: I want to post this again because this makes up more than 20% of the thousands of weekly emails we get.
The most common scam is to tell these women that they are widowed, and that they were injured and need money to help pay doctors bills. Strange military photos-- Obvious photoshops, name-tapes not matching, blurry/indistinguishable photos from far away, stock military photos, photos of CAC cards, questionable/inconsistent/high ranks (Generals don't typically troll FB looking for lady friends) 2. Many of us have had our pictures stolen and used for these scams-- DO NOT believe someone just because they have military photos. Juicy details about their roles in the military/mission/AO Just because they have someone's military photos DOES NOT MEAN THEY ARE US MILITARY.Many thanks for your time as I wait to hear from you soon best regards. Anthony John Dear Friend, I am Sgt Paul Landrum, A US Army who works with the 3rd Infantry Division in Iraq and Afghanistan, i want you to read this mail carefully and understand it.In 2003, my men and I found over 0 million in Saddam Husein's hideout in Baghdad, we sent some back to the Iraq government after counting it in a satisfied location, and we also kept some behind for ourselves.They use a network of other scammers to help build on this lie until the women send them money or other items.