• Report: #972072

Complaint Review: U.S.A Army Kabul Afghanistan

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  • Submitted: Wed, November 21, 2012
  • Updated: Wed, November 21, 2012

  • Reported By: Gaye — London Other United Kingdom
U.S.A Army Kabul Afghanistan
Kabul Afghanistan Chickamauga -, Georgia United States of America

U.S.A Army Kabul Afghanistan Sgt. Jeff Miller Dallas Oregon These men both asked for money to get them out of the army in Afchanistan. Luckily I was not willing to supply their demand. Marc Harrison continually pestered me for my bank account details. Chickamauga -, Georgia

*Consumer Comment: Seriously?

*Consumer Comment: Not from Military Personnel

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i have been contacted on many occasions by us army personnel asking for money to get them out of the army in afghanistan.  it makes the army look as though they do not look after their personnel and is a disgrace that these men do not have their e mails checked from time to time. We are warned in the united kingdom of giving our bank details out, although i'm sure there are lonely women that believe all their lies and are robbed of all their savings.  these people should be stopped from being allowed to contact women asking for m

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#1 Consumer Comment

Seriously?

AUTHOR: Flynrider - (USA)

" i have been contacted on many occasions by us army personnel asking for money to get them out of the army in afghanistan.  "

   The sad part about this post is that you seem to believe that the scammers are actually who they say they are.    Do you really think these scammers have anything to do with the U.S. Army or Afghanistan?

   Most likely you have been dealing with Nigerian scammers that lifted someone else's identity off the Internet.    The notion that someone could buy their way out of active duty in a war zone should have been an obvious clue.
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Not from Military Personnel

AUTHOR: VinnyZ66 - (USA)

These emails are not coming form members of the military; US or otherwise.

They are being sent by scam artists who are most likely in West Africa.  Scam artists often masquerade as US military personnel in any number of different scams in order to get the potential victim to let their guard down.

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