"He has a child and he's in Afghanistan and he's fighting the terrorists and he's a pilot, and I thought my prayers had been answered," Schuster said. Eventually, Smith asked Schuster to wire him some money to help support his daughter. She had sent him nearly ,000 before she finally realized the whole thing was a scam.
She began a relationship online with a military officer serving in Afghanistan named Adam Smith.
It could help stop a fraudster in his cruel and dastardly tracks.
Lilo Schuster was in her mid-40s, single, and looking for love.
Reputable sites will shut down accounts that are engaging in questionable activity.They will invest months into a relationship, seemingly asking for nothing in return.Then, when you are finally all in, they spring their trap.Schuster noticed that her suitor had bad grammar, but that didn't really bother her because her immigrant father had poor grammar as well.She asked to speak with him in person or via Skype, but the man said that wasn't allowed.
You should also consider blocking the person from further contact with you.