Usually, these scammers develop fake contacts, using easily obtained pictures from real U. This scam has become so popular; there are now online support groups to aid victims in dealing with the emotional and monetary losses incurred with their experience.Not only does this hurt the victim, but it damages the reputation of the United States Military member. Even so, a military member legitimately looking for Mr. Right on the internet, is now up for a lot of investigation into, "Are You Real?Eventually, the scammer will ask for help, for various reasons, involving the victim sending money.After the scammer gets all the money they can from the victim, the scammer drops communication, leaving the victim dumbfounded, hurt, confused, and out of a lot of money, which is rarely recovered.At this point she will set the victim up as her knight in shining armor, the only one who can help her.
Often, these online friendships blossom into genuine long-term relationships.
She calls herself Elizabeth Williams and her email is [email protected] she is a Nigerian scammer who claims to have lost a father and will them claim to need help for her.
Im writting the report before she told me the whole story but she claims to be Australian and her mother is UK native and she lives in San Diego, CA.
Her monthly salary is only a few hundred dollars, all Russian men are drunks and maybe her family died in a tragic accident or they are ill and in need of surgery.
Heart strings are pulled and victims are sucked in.