Details of Scam Report
|Name||mark seymour david/mark seymour ⇒|
|Email Addressfirstname.lastname@example.org ⇒|
I accepted a friend request on Facebook off a person calling himself Sgt Mark Seymour David, he claimed to have seen my profile on smooch.com. He claimed he was a U.S. soldier based in Afghanistan. After speaking to him for a while he asked me to apply for his leave forms. I sent an email to the address he gave me and got sent a letter and forms claiming to be from the U.S.Military Leave Department. When I spoke to him later on IM he asked me to pay the $750 fee which it said needed to be paid for the processing of the leave forms. This later changed to $2000 because he now said he wanted to marry me. I got suspicious and put the address off the leave forms in google earth and found it did not exist. When I typed it in internet explorer it came up with a warning from scamwarners. I later found the website "a soldiers perspective" and emailed them with everything including the pictures, ID cards and forms and got an email back saying I was being scammed.
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