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Other tricks include scammers creating a false identity when they’re already married, or simply trying to get information from you that may eventually lead to identity theft.
In earlier issues, we explained how scammers try to strike up online relationships then, claiming to be stranded in another country or in desperate need to visit a sick relative, ask the victim to help pay for an airplane ticket.
Anyone in such a position should cease all communications and contact their local law enforcement agency.
We do not encourage the use online dating sites and would advise military personnel against adding their personal details to dating sites or those offering to set up penpals.
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Crooks get contact details from numerous sources including hacked dating club accounts and social network listings, like Facebook, in which people “advertise” their “available” relationship status.