Facebook Scammers Pose as Military Officials to Scam Money from Women

When Sergeant James Hursey clicked through photos of himself on Facebook, he wasn’t filled with the tenderness and recollection users normally feel when perusing their online photo albums. Instead, he felt startled and confused.

That’s because the pictures weren’t his. Though the images were indeed of Hursey, the profile displaying the photos wasn’t his. Instead, his images were captured under the name “Sergent (sic) Mark Johnson,” a now recognized Facebook.

Facebook Scammers| Social Times

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