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Disclaimer regarding pictures posted on the board: please understand that you are NOT looking at the pictures of people who are actually scamming you.The people portrayed on these photos are innocent men and women, NOT involved in scamming in any way and have nothing to do with scammers.

All deployed Soldiers have an APO, AE, or APO AP mailing address.I recently joined a dating site and I was shockes to find so many men who I knew to be scammers, which led me to join this site which Im grateful to have found.I think what shocked me most was to see so many scammers using photos of military personnel to scam people.If he has a pic of himself in full combat gear in the desert or in a location he cannot reveal to you and he's squeky clean from his head to his shining black boots uh!! If he can't give you his military e-mail address then he's fake every military member has one, or If he can't tell you his mos he's fake. I had one guy claim to be stationed at the same base my son is and he still tried to scam me into sending him a care package thru a special agent of course lol....Every active Military member has a home base In the U. I hope maybe I said something that will help someone else....RESEARCH YOUR SCAMMER, FIND OUT WHO IS BEHIND THE EMAIL I was talking to Frumpy and there are some cues that made me suspect my scammer very early based on my time around the military and my military friends.

This is just from a dating perspective and some others here who are actually military members may wish to add to/expand on these thoughts - but here are some "tips" and/or warning signs: 1) If someone is still AD (Active Duty) at 48, they are either a) an officer, b) they entered the military late or c) they spent part of their career as NG or Reserves. 2) if someone is 48 (enlisted) and has 20 years and they are only an E5 (especially in the Army) either a) they spent all of their time in trouble, b) they are lying.

And this will all be coordinated before the Solder leaves his unit; a Soldier will only be stranded if he/she does something stupid. If you are still unsure if you are being scammed, ask the Soldier to send you an e-mail from their AKO account.

Only Solders, a very few family members, and certain contractors have @(former @mil) e-mail address. If they get angry with you and accuse you of not trusting them, tell them to take a flying leap!

A Soldier maybe broke before or after a deployment but, a Soldier is usually pretty flush while deployed.

Except, of course, if he spends all his money on the internet. With regards to family emergencies, all Soldiers and family members know to contact the American Red Cross if a deployed Soldier has a family emergency at home.

shelllynn68 Welcome to RS and thank you so much for the post.