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I have worked with women who have sent in excess of k plus to these scammers, some even re-mortgaging there home because they think they are helping a real American Soldier. The scammers are using their images without their knowledge and permission to deceive their victims and scam them out of money.Help us combat these thieves by sharing this, and helping any one you see coming into contact with these fakes. Greetings I am sorry to encroach into your privacy in this manner, I found you listed in one of the address directories at the Trade Chambers of Commerce here in Iraq.I find it pleasurable to offer you my partnership in business.I only pray at this time that your address is still valid.Please bear in mind that we can only achieve success and share a lifelong partnership if we can build trust and confidence on each other as the process will be straight forward and carried legally.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.
I want to invest my own share of this fund in any profitable business that can yield us good interest within the shortest time and period there in your Country.
They befriend them using stolen photos of American Soldiers, some are even using photos of our KIAs.
They purposely target women that have no idea how the armed services works, and they spend months talking to them and making them believe they are in love.
We get more than a dozen of these emails from women daily, mostly older women who believe they are truly American Soldiers.
This has turned into a multi-million dollar a year business for them, they are good at it, and people fall for it everyday.
Nigerian scammers are very rampant on Facebook, other Social Media and dating sites.