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Hi Pandora,original pic stolen from SSGT Mike M.
Hi Mysterylady, Thank you. The victim's niece should have shown the links of FBI and military sites warning about military scams which tells about exactly the same pattern of stories, valuables stuck at custom. But the victim did not take it. Hopefully victim listens to authorities face to face ... Now the daughter is going to talk to bank and I suggested her to talk to police too. I will ask the victim's niece if she would like to have contact from someone works for internet security. At this moment, I do not have direct contact to the victim. My correspondence with the victim's niece is limited because the SNS we are using have some rules such as no links to external sites and no email address attach to the messages. .Would the victim listen to the FBI?
Hey, it works for me.“Come and join us at such&such.com Where we strive to be the safest dating site on the web”
In another thread you wrote that your mother also muled, that means she already committed crime, she sent other unsuspecting people´s money to scammers, so if she doesn´t want to stop this, in your place I would report it to the police,
anewnash from this threadShe sent roughly $6000 across the pond and was roped into committing bank fraud, muling, at $3400.
She has an agreement to pay the bank back.
She has left my dad after 40 years of marriage because of promises made by her scammers.
Hello keira. I know your heart is in the right place. But sometimes a victim will not listen no matter how much evidence you show them, or how hard you try. And unless anewnash's mother is a danger to herself, or others. Or lacks the mental capacity to take care of herself, or her day to day affairs. Family members can't just have someone they love locked up just because they think it is for the better good. It just dose not work that way. And even if it did. Locking up her mother would most likely result in creating a rift between mother and daughter that will never heal.She gave me her login info ,,,, That is where I discovered several of her scammer conversations.
Every one of them fall in love with her within a day and often within hours of first communication. They also get her switched over to WhatsApp because all messages are encrypted so that they cannot be traced.
There are 3 that stand out though. The first was a General who claimed to be an FBI agent.
Another claimed to be an agent working for the DOD ,,,,
Her current scammer is using photos stolen from Christian Ciocan and goes by "Ben Miles."
Yes this was a point I was trying to make. It's sad, but it dose happen. But even still I like to think there is always hope. You never know what the future will hold.Maybe you are right, maybe this is just pure addiction in the case of anewnash´s mother, and we have to deal with the fact that we cannot save everyone.
If true you could be right about the mother not sharing the threat with the daughter out of fear.what if the scammers are threatening her, she would never admit it to her daughter, because she is afraid.
There is no specifics mention about what Ben Miles did. Should we also assume he brought some excitement to the table as well.A General who claimed to be an FBI agent.
Another claimed to be an agent working for the DOD
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