Every week we receive emails and private messages from women who have been swept off their feet by an online scammer pretending to serve in the US military. They prey on these women by saying all the right things—only to con them out of money, leaving them brokenhearted and broke.
Have you been approached by a handsome online stranger in uniform who has said things like:
“I need you to send money to pay for my retirement.”
“I am deployed and need money to come home on leave.”
“I don’t have enough money to buy what I need, and want you to wire me money through Western Union.”
We understand and we’re helping you fight back. We have nearly 20 collective years of military spouse experience, and in the 10 years since Army Wife 101 launched, we have advised hundreds of women on how to avoid being scammed by military impersonators.
In this book we will give you:
-true stories of other women conned out of money
-surefire tips to know if your potential online soulmate is really who they say they are
-proven methods to help safeguard your heart and your finances
-a safer way to find and date “REAL” military personnel
If your online “friend” has said any of these things to you, and you’re feeling a little suspicious, then THIS is the book for you!