I have been texting with someone claiming to be a soldier stationary ins South Korea How can I find out if he is a real soldier?
I have been texting with someone claiming to be a soldier statioed in South Korea How can I find out if he is a real soldier?
I have been texting with someone claiming to be a soldier stationed in South Korea How can I find out if he is a real soldier?
- ?Lv 710 months ago
HE is actually a civilian spammer in Nigeria.. DO NOT BELIEVE WHAT YOU ARE TEXTING YOU ARE BEING SCAMMED.. Check his pic to and you will find when you google it it is fake to.. also he claims to be a soldier... where is his verifiable family here in the states.. HE CLAIMS TO NOT HAVE FAMILY... RIGHT.....
- LemonadegirlLv 510 months ago
Once he asks you for money its a scam.
- Tad DubiousLv 710 months ago
Mary G, do not send him any money! You can read a recent New York Times article about a scam using soldiers' names to get money out of lonely hearts. You can do it - check out this site: https://www.dfas.mil/garnishment/verifyservice.htm... - but you'll need his SSN, which he is unlikely to give you, scammer or not. Good luck.
- 10 months ago
Send a pic of his uniform with his last name tag on it, or him wearing it.
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- USAFisnumber1Lv 710 months ago
Tell him to send you a picture of him in front of some famous SK landmark. Or in front of the gate of his base. Have him send a picture of his military ID card. Better yet, figure out the time difference between you and South Korea. The next time you are texting to him. Ask him what time it is there. He should be able to answer in less than 30 seconds. See if he is correct.
- 10 months ago
I know he's name at least the one he gave me but not he's Rank & Number
- Anonymous10 months ago
you could have him send pictures of where he is stationed.
- Little Big ManLv 710 months ago
I don't think you can my friend they won't give anything out about the Army.
- DavidLv 710 months ago
Ask for his name, rank and number.
- Andy CLv 710 months ago
Meet him in public and ask him to wear his uniform.