Happy 2017

Sorry I haven’t posted lately.  I have more stories.  Are you really surprised?  🙂

A friend of mine has called this a sport for me now.  Spotting them just gets easier and easier.  I have about 3 more fake military guys.

Had one last week, not sure he was military, he sent me a message on plenty of fish.  I read it and he just sounded too good to be true.  So I responded back with a short message:  “Thank you for the lovely compliments.  The picture of you and your daughter is precious.  Are you for real or are you a scammer?”  Yes I did send that message.  The next day I checked on POF and guess what?  He blocked me.  SCAMMER ALERT!!!



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  1. Hello there, fun reading your stuff! I get the military facebook friend requests all the time. My new thing that I do is accept them as friends, and then I post a message that says something like, “Meet Parker Jones, a Captain in the Navy! Please make him feel welcome to enjoy his stay on Facebook, whether it’s for 5 minutes or 5 weeks.” And then I tag him so it goes on his Facebook page. My friends are relentless, poking fun at my post, calling him a scammer… But until he reads his Facebook page it is alerting all the other people who read his profile that he’s a scammer. Typically they block me and remove the tag. Sometimes it takes them awhile to realize we are laughing at them, not with them. These guys are crazy.

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