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Joyce hopper date of birth 22sep1977 work in usa army offcer

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Joyce hopper date of birth 22sep1977 work in usa army offcer as sarjent
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Fraud Examiner
Expert:  Zoey_JD replied 10 months ago.
Hello, This person is scamming you. I know this because there are two ways that are 100% accurate to show you that a person is really a member of the US military. One is to run her name and her date of birth in the US Armed Forces website and obtain a certificate verifying the active duty status of a US soldier. The attached document will show that there is no such soldier in the US military by the name of Joyce Hopper with the birth date of September 22, 1977. The second is to ask her for her military email address. Don't let her tell you it is classified. She may have a classified military email address, but she also has a regular official military address which she can use for correspondence with her friends and family. Every US soldier does. When she gives it to you, it should have us.army.mil to the right of the @ sign. So her military email address -- if she is for real -- would be joyce.hopper @us.army.milIt cannot end in anything other than .mil. Only a bona fide US serviceman can have a .mil extension for an email address, so if she cannot provide you with an email address you can email her back and forth with that has .mil to the extreme right of the @ sign, she's a fake. The US army warns of romance scams. Here's one warning.

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