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Other scammers claim they have captured bid Laden but need money to transport him, so that they can turn him over to authorities.Housing Scams: Due to the nature of military service, those who serve and their families are forced to move from base to base around the country.If you are contacted by somebody using these pictures on a dating site or a social network, you are being scammed.
The BBB says that even though Saddam is dead, people are apt to believe that his wealth is still circulating somewhere out there.Others create identities off of British military members.After posting pictures and stories to popular dating sites, the scammers contact women.“It’s very difficult to track these people down so we feel prevention is the cure.” Following are some of the most common military Internet scams, according to Grey and Petraeus: Online Dating Scams: These are the latest and most popular to hit the web.
Scammers, usually out of Ghana or Nigeria steal identities of real soldiers on social networking sites like Facebook and My Space and pose as military members.
But often, the individual or family arrives at the rental property only to find it already occupied.