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Name: Allyn


Was in afghanistan then went to Kuwait and then took a transit flight to Ghana.

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This person has asked me to send money to a hospital in Ghana the hospital does not exist or at least I can't locate it. I can not validate this person. He claims to be military and he says his mom died when he was 10 and his dad died 8 years ago in a horrible accident. He claims he is wealthy. And he was on his way home when he was in an accident. And he sent me a pic of him the hospital.

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2012-06-16, 21:52:36   (updated: )
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2013-06-01, 20:11:35
anonymous from United States  
Personally, I hope he dies. He is Allyn Morrison, his story to me was, he was in the army for 23 years, ans just got tired of killing. Was in Iraq, when the war ended, was coming home to be with me, but instead when to Ghana. He went awol. He had a friend there and this was his deam to buy gold then come back to the states, as his friend was doing. But, his visa expired, (wanted money) then there was taxes on the gold, then he had to have documents for shipping, and i went on and on. Then he went to scottland and stayed at an airport, until someone finially helped him and opened his/her home up to him to live. AS, this was as far as he could go until he got help with money?? Then his visa ran out again, and he was sent back to Ghana. Ohhhhh!! This man is a good scammer, even if you know the truth, he can somehow turn it all around. OH, and he told me his parents divorced when he was young, his mother did not want to raise him alone, so she went to Scotland and gave him to his grandmother to raise, said he did not know where either of his parents were at, and did not care. Just needed someone to love. OH LADIES, he has a black Ghana lady with a home. NO kids,,,,But a good life.....and some of you are giving him a paycheck each week. Gosh, he has HE IS AN INSULT TO THE RACE, OR TO THE ARMY
2013-06-02, 09:58:56
Bax from United States  

You have encountered the exact same ploy as the person who posted before you.
Thus I have chosen to offer the exact same response for your benefit. Only the
evidence photo has changed.

Am saddened that you have encountered this deceitful con.
Wish for you to know the truth behind it now. This type of
scam are always perpitrated by native Africans! They find
and exchange photos on the web. They say, 'This is me and
I love you, please give me money!' I include a little info.
gathered from informed sources for you to understand this.

From; nigeriamasterweb
Nigerian town where scammers target the West- Robyn Dixon (Wednesday, November 2, 2005)
'They even have an anthem - 'I Go Chop Your Dollars' - hugely popular in Lagos a few months ago when released as a CD penned by an artist called Osofia.'

The young men are as patient as fishermen, toiling day and night to trawl for replies to the e-mails they shoot to strangers half a world away. Most of the recipients hit 'delete' without ever opening the messages that urge them to claim the untold riches of a long-lost deceased second cousin and the messages that offer millions of dollars to help smuggle loot stolen by a corrupt Nigerian official into a British or American account. But the few who actually reply make this a tempting and lucrative business for the boys of Festac, a neighbourhood of Lagos at the centre of the cyber-scam universe. The targets are called maghas - scammer slang from a Yoruba word meaning 'fool' - and refers to gullible white people

From; U.S. ArmyCID, scam warning,
The U.S. has established numerous task force organizations to deal with this and other growing issues; unfortunately, the personnel committing these scams are utilizing untraceable email addresses on Aca,!A'gmail, yahoo, aol,Aca,!A? etc., routing accounts through numerous locations around the world, and utilizing pay-per-hour Internet cyber cafes, which often times maintain no accountability of use. The ability of law enforcement to identify these perpetrators is limited, so individuals must stay on the alert to protect themselves.

So much more can be said about it but I think this will show you enough for now.
This is a photo of some of them at their worst!

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2013-06-02, 16:52:52
Miss Marple from United States  


Note the man has nothing to do with any scams,this soldiers photos are stolen and abused in scams mostly by African online scammers as Ghana and Nigeria.I do believe you have stayed in contact with a scammer from Ghana in this case.No soldiers in duty would scam anyone for money in this way.



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