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Online dating scammers tend to target people who have a large amount of information in their profiles, and the scam is usually based around stealing money, credit card information, or personal information from the victim.
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“It’s heartbreaking listening to these stories,” he says.
The 2,600-person command Grey serves is in Quantico, Va., and it investigates felonies in which Army personnel are victims or perpetrators.
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“I’ve been cussed out several times,” he says, describing calls from women who have “waited at the airport for someone who never showed up.” Sometimes those who call the command are relatives alarmed by an online entanglement involving their mother or sister.
Cybercrooks also fabricate official-looking “military” documents to further their scams, typically seeking money or financial or personal information from the scam victim, Grey says.
A hopeful trend: In the beginning, callers insisted: “Hey, I’ve been scammed by a U. military person and I want my money back,” Grey says.
“The criminals will say, ‘I can’t — I’m on a top-secret mission,’ or ‘I don’t have a computer,’ ” according to Grey.
“They’ll make up every excuse they can.” As an infantryman who later became a combat correspondent and served in the first Gulf War, Grey knows better.