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There are even reports of online recruiting of youths to join the Islamic State using romance and marriage as enticements. And these are just losses reported by those who fessed up to being had.“I more often hear from people who call on behalf of a relative or friend who is getting scammed,” said Chris Grey, director of public affairs for the Army’s Criminal Investigation Command who learned quickly not to contact the victim in these cases.
Young women, particularly in the West, are promised a so-called jihottie (jihadist hottie) of their choosing for a husband. I., Homeland Security, State Department and United States Army Criminal Investigation Command have reported an avalanche of complaints about scams in the past two years. “I’ve been cussed out that I don’t know what I’m talking about because they are so infatuated with this person they’ve never even met.”Psychology experts liken this to the crushes or strong feelings of connection people develop for sports figures, rock stars, actors and other celebrities.
Other sites target highly specific demographics based on features like shared interests, location, religion, or relationship type.
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Or maybe the scammer doesn’t ask for money at all but requests that the victim receive money and then transfer it to another account, giving marginally plausible reasons.“It’s common for victims to become money mules where they are unwittingly helping facilitate other crimes,” Mr. “There have been prosecutions of victims who kept receiving and sending money even when they were firmly told they were working for crooks.” Yet prosecutions of romance scammers have been rare, thanks to the anonymity of the Internet and the difficulty of tracing wired funds.
In the latest twist, scammers coax victims into taking explicit photos and videos of themselves and then threaten to distribute them to their Facebook or Skype contacts if they don’t pay them money or help them launder money.“We’re seeing a lot of these sextortion cases lately,” said Wayne May, an administrator who gives advice to the lovelorn on the website Scam Survivors.
The perpetrators may be working out of call centers in West Africa, wooing four or five people at a time.
“We get about 30 requests for help a day,” usually from young men who sent a picture of their privates to a buxom Tinder match who turned out to be a blackmailer.