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I had a military scammer on LinkedIn contact me by the name of Johnson Smith Hughes. Says he is military of 32 years. Didn't quite answer all my questions, says he is from Denmark, has 1 son, divorced. I've spoken to him on the phone, thick accent but I can understand him. I asked him of a picture of his military ID. There are so many things wrong with the ID. The name is misspelled, the coloring of the name is wrong, it expired 7 years ago. The spacing of the name is crooked. For someone who is active duty you would think their military ID wouldn't be expired. I asked for a current photo he cant send me one. His kid doesn't look like him. I had to block the guy. He was trying to give me a pet name and I told him dont. It creeps me out. I told him pet names have to be earned, they aren't given. He says he is special forces in Russia. We have no special forces in Russia. Why would we be there when the US is in Poland and Germany in aide to Ukraine. I had to block him. I am just so upset by this man. Not only that I could hear children in the background in our phone conversation and he says he can't video chat. Scammer!


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