Read the letter and I will then explain to you how the old Nigeria scam works. My Late mom raised me to be fighter and always come out on top and that is what i plan on doing. My Dear Linda , am still having Difficult with my laptop for me to send more Pictures of me to you , hope this wont stop us from talking here and carrying the conversation to High level .. I also want someone that is always serious all the time…that is able to just “have fun” and balance this with responsibility..someone that is adventurous,loves the outdoors and laughing…I want someone that can appreciate quality in life but also the most simplistic things in life., but I want to share my life with someone.. Got to go now and Hope to read from you soon Randy There are tons of “tells” in this email.I do not date a lot because I do not enjoy going out with so many different people…I do go out on a date it is only because I am quite attracted to that person (in all aspects…not just physically), I think it is of extreme importance to be on the same levels with someone you are to share your life with.i.e intellect, sense of humor and also similar goals in life.these things all add up to admiration, loyalty and friendship.. Can you love this me even though you continue talking to me ??? Bad grammar and spelling are usually the first giveaway in all scammer emails.To date, Army CID has received no reports indicating a Soldier has been criminally involved or suffered financial loss as a result of these attacks.
According to Grey, perpetrators take on the online persona of a U. Soldier, marry the persona with photographs of a Soldier off the Internet, and then begin prowling the web for victims.The Soldier’s rank and other details are often included in an effort to lend credence to the scammer’s story.The Army reports that several senior officers and enlisted Soldiers throughout the Army have also had their identities stolen and used in these scams.He said there was no way that his dudes would talk for less than 0. So I offered 0 for a rare glimpse at the human faces behind the syntax-challenged spam. I sat down with Sheye and Danjuma* on the back patio of a fancy duplex in an upscale neighborhood in one of the country’s main cities, and the two dished on their craft, constantly interrupting each other as they downed bottles of Nigerian Star lager and chain-smoked.Though they lie for a living, Sheye insisted, “We are telling you the fact and the truth.” Sheye and Danjuma have a name for the advance-fee email scams, in which victims agree to to send money to a stranger, banking on the promise of love or fast money.