Military scammers on dating sites


25-Dec-2017 16:02

Unless noted, pictures shown are not the actual scammers.

They are innocent people that most likely don't know they are being used by scammers.

Scammers will tell you they have fallen in love with you within the first few messages or chats.

Scammers net millions if not billions of dollars each year world wide.I reached out to a friend he had and she said STAY AWAY FROM THIS GUY, all he wants is money. How does new pictures get posted on here of a scammer?ex specially of the ones of Thomas w Jennings I have all of those pictures and more of this scammer how can I report him to the FBI or who can I report it to ?I have the newest picture that`s been added on here on my phone , please some one help me out with this issue Very big thank you to you Jeff to gave us chance to sign the petition regarding to "wake up" responsibily of social and dating sites to get scammers off their sites rather than to just to declare how many members they have.

We have a ZERO tolerance for showing a lack of respect for other Members, especially referring to scam victims as stupid, ignorant, idiot, etc.After getting scammed, many people ask the question "how could I be so stupid". Scammers learn how to play on people's emotions and especially their concern for others.