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By Jack Nicas. The married year-old had driven two hours from Delaware to pick him up. Their blossoming online friendship had prompted her to send him a care package and thousands of dollars in gift cards. Now she was looking for a buff, tattooed man in uniform, just like in his Facebook photos.
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Sign up for AARP's monthly Lifestyle newsletter for entertainment news, healthy living tips and more. Posting ads on Craigslist and elsewhere, fraudsters claim to be active-duty service members about to be deployed overseas or as a family member of a service member killed in action who need to quickly sell a car or other big-ticket item. Stealing photos and descriptions of properties for sale on real estate websites or inventing their own , swindlers advertise bogus rentals. In addition to lost payments, would-be renters risk identity theft from disclosures they may provide on fake application forms. In unexpected phone calls and occasional at-home visits, older vets are the usual targets of con artists who pose as employees of the Veterans Affairs Department or other assistance agencies. Aiming to glean personal or financial information, these impostors claim a need to confirm or update records or may cite supposed policy changes for dispensing drugs or receiving benefits. As with other federal agencies, expect official VA information to be mailed, not delivered by unsolicited phone calls.
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Bryan Denny is the face of military romance scams, and he wants it to stop
Not everyone using online dating sites is looking for love. Scammers create fake online profiles using photos of other people — even stolen pictures of real military personnel. They profess their love quickly.
Attorney Craig Carpenito. The following details from this case were taken from court documents and statements:. The most common story used by Sarpong and his conspirators was that they were military personnel stationed in Syria who were awarded gold bars. The conspirators told many of the victims their money would be reimbursed once the gold bars arrived in the United States. In one case, a conspirator claimed he was a U.