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Be careful when you're communicating with anyone you don't personally know online, and trust your instincts.
If people seem suspicious, stop communicating with them.
: Service members and government employees DO NOT PAY to go on leave, have their personal effects sent home or fly back to the U. Also, any official military or government emails will end in or — not — so be suspicious if you get a message claiming to be from the military or government that doesn’t have one of those addresses.
If you're worried about being scammed, know what red flags to look for.
Lately, fake profiles of high-ranking American military officials have been popping up on social media websites using photos and biographical information obtained from the internet.DOD officials said sextortion often goes unreported because many victims are embarrassed they fell for it.But it happens worldwide and across all ranks and services.Here are some scams that have recently been affecting service members, Defense Department employees and their families.
In April, Army Criminal Investigation Command put out a warning about romance scams in which online predators go on dating sites claiming to be deployed active-duty soldiers.Among them are: the base website, Facebook, Twitter, Linked In and the Hanscom Connect mobile app.