Dear Ms. Vicki,
I met a soldier online. He was in Africa at the time. We have been communicating for one year now.
He went from Africa to Malaysia, from there back to the States. We talked through Facebook. We've really become close. As a matter of fact, I love him. I truly believe he loves me.
I've seen pictures of him with his name showing on his uniform. He has pictures of me. I even have pictures of his son. He's supposed to be ready to retire.
But he owes money to other soldiers. He says that he can't leave service until he pays that debt off. He's got all of his paperwork; they just won't let him go anywhere until he pays that debt back to his soldiers.
Also, he claims that he has no access to his bank account. I know he's being paid monthly. Throughout the year, I have assisted him with his finances.
I just have this strong feeling that he's not telling me everything. He says he's in Fort Drum, N.Y., at the present time. I even tried to find him through the worldwide Army locator. I needed his Social Security number, which he would not give me.
We're planning to be married as soon as I pay off his debts. He says the Army will buy his ticket. I believe him, but some things just don't add up.
Fiancé I Have Never Met
This can't be real right? No one is this gullible. I mean, really? Lol. Have you known anyone to fall for such a scam?
I went on to read some of the comments on the page and found a link to false documents people actually believe to be legitimate. Forms like this one:
A money back guarantee!! Now this is so obviously fake. Women are falling for it.
And a link to more: