He was messaging me all day, which I ignored, because I had stuff to do. It was like he never slept, and the times didn't add up (if he was actually in Afghanistan). I woke up this morning to this poem:"The darkness of the night has disappeared and the moon has taken shelter.
Now, the sun is here and the sky is as blue as ever. Plans to retire in 2 months and return to states to open clinic.
But I will say if they sound too good to be true cut them off and don't even say anything to them just get rid of them as soon as possible for the sake of your heart and in a lot of circumstances your pocket.
They pretend to be soldiers, working in Pakistan and also in jobs that will pull at your heart strings to make you fall for them as soon as possible.
I'll tell you ladies he's really good at what he says and how he makes you feel.
If he asks you to file for vacation time and tell them you were his fiancé, don't do it as it will cost you money and it all goes to his pocket. So this man sent me a couple of DM's on Twitter before I finally responded.
(Khloe was off playing with crayons and Kim Snapchatted a picture of bread or something).
She hasn’t been blessed with cupid’s arrow, until now it seems.I'm a softy, so I was nice about putting a stop to it. Never once asked any medical questions about my health. When I pull up Facebook it has his picture on the profile but no friends and no post and it references the profile pic as a female. He was in Syria and surgeon doctor working under UN (you will find out his profile in linked in).Since he didn't ask me for money yet, I don't 100% know it's a scam, but it seems very, very fishy (especially since there are a couple of similar profiles with a variation of the name). I've gotten friend requests from these guys on Facebook since my status changed to widowed a couple of years ago. Most of these military love seekers are scammers just looking to hook you and get your money. They know that women who are widowed are vulnerable and they want to take advantage. He sent pictures of an extremely handsome man which I believed was him. From the moment he charmed me, I decided to scam the Nigerian back, I knew it was a scam cause it happened to my friend. Asked me for payment to a lawyer for an immigration documanet to move out from danger area and buy an air ticket through money gram.The best advice I can give you is if anyone asks for money or your bank details to transfer money into - cut them off totally and report them to the site you originally met on.I also did some checking on other sites and also facebook and reported him on each site in a hope that nobody else can be conned by him.