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If you are a Soldier in one of these photos, please contact me from your military email address so I know you’re legit.

This moron also sent pics using using the name Gen. When anyone asks him questions, he is vague on the answers – probably because he doesn’t know anything!He has a “diploma” (diplomat) contact the victims, Mr.Randolf was his name, and uses the phone number 233543756622.If you are being scammed by someone using these photos, please put your stories in the comments section.And keep in mind that the people in these photos are not the problem.These are supposedly of someone going by the name Tom Curtis. Because of the size of each photo, they were obviously taken from either a My Space or Facebook page. These are supposedly of a” Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin Lanois” from Cleveland North Carolina…and is presently stationed in Afghanistan in a “very dangerous are” in Kabul and that he is with the Second Falcon Bridge Combat Team 82 SF Base. Probably tired of creating new Yahoo accounts and keeping up with them. Says he was in 24 years, wants to retire and marry his victims and has money aplenty.

I’ve seen that last photo used in other scams as well. It happens once in a while but I know how to control myself. Again, if someone says they need you to pay for communications, it’s a scam. It can also be taken out of their paychecks automatically if they “don’t have cash on them”. He said he was from CA studied at West Point, been in the Army for 15 years. They always say they’re coming home soon so that when something goes terribly awry, they can bilk you for sympathy money for hospital clearances and all that crap.

He also had the story that he wanted to open a jewelery store when he got “home” and was going to send a package containing all his worth, 0,000 in gold and 0,000 in money, to hold till he got here.

I wonder how much shipping would cost on nearly

I’ve seen that last photo used in other scams as well. It happens once in a while but I know how to control myself. Again, if someone says they need you to pay for communications, it’s a scam. It can also be taken out of their paychecks automatically if they “don’t have cash on them”. He said he was from CA studied at West Point, been in the Army for 15 years. They always say they’re coming home soon so that when something goes terribly awry, they can bilk you for sympathy money for hospital clearances and all that crap.

He also had the story that he wanted to open a jewelery store when he got “home” and was going to send a package containing all his worth, $950,000 in gold and $600,000 in money, to hold till he got here.

I wonder how much shipping would cost on nearly $1 million in gold?

It conveniently gets stuck in customs and after spending $11,000 for the weighing fee (oh, that’s how much it costs! Said his birthday was April 30, 1969, and he sponsors children in Iraq, that he has 15 children that he set up a foundation for and provides for them.

Interestingly, the reader who sent this to me said, “When I told him I wanted to send him something for his birthday, he gave me the address 60 mango tree blvd, Accra Ghana, with the name Alexander Ofori Hammond as the person who will be receiving it.” I’m surprised since usually they just claim they can’t receive packages due to “security”.

He only communicates through yahoo and of course is retiring in June.

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I’ve seen that last photo used in other scams as well. It happens once in a while but I know how to control myself. Again, if someone says they need you to pay for communications, it’s a scam. It can also be taken out of their paychecks automatically if they “don’t have cash on them”. He said he was from CA studied at West Point, been in the Army for 15 years. They always say they’re coming home soon so that when something goes terribly awry, they can bilk you for sympathy money for hospital clearances and all that crap.He also had the story that he wanted to open a jewelery store when he got “home” and was going to send a package containing all his worth, $950,000 in gold and $600,000 in money, to hold till he got here.I wonder how much shipping would cost on nearly $1 million in gold?It conveniently gets stuck in customs and after spending $11,000 for the weighing fee (oh, that’s how much it costs! Said his birthday was April 30, 1969, and he sponsors children in Iraq, that he has 15 children that he set up a foundation for and provides for them.Interestingly, the reader who sent this to me said, “When I told him I wanted to send him something for his birthday, he gave me the address 60 mango tree blvd, Accra Ghana, with the name Alexander Ofori Hammond as the person who will be receiving it.” I’m surprised since usually they just claim they can’t receive packages due to “security”.He only communicates through yahoo and of course is retiring in June.

million in gold?

It conveniently gets stuck in customs and after spending ,000 for the weighing fee (oh, that’s how much it costs! Said his birthday was April 30, 1969, and he sponsors children in Iraq, that he has 15 children that he set up a foundation for and provides for them.

Interestingly, the reader who sent this to me said, “When I told him I wanted to send him something for his birthday, he gave me the address 60 mango tree blvd, Accra Ghana, with the name Alexander Ofori Hammond as the person who will be receiving it.” I’m surprised since usually they just claim they can’t receive packages due to “security”.

He only communicates through yahoo and of course is retiring in June.