Nedd Help being contacted by a Sgt Jackson Lewis and dont know if hes a real solider?
Im being contacted by a Sgt. Jackson Lewis and i want to know if he is really stationed in Iraq and or a real person at all. If someone can help me it would be greatly appreciated.
- BoatsBM1Lv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
This is your third such question about this topic.
Wise up lady.
Read and heed.
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- NWIPLv 79 years ago
One word - SCAM!!!! You are being contacted by someone who doesn't exist. You have to ask the question of why would they be contacting you? Then there is the fact that most US Military personnel left Iraq in December. Then there is the request for money or hooking up satellite or helping to get something out of they country. Any time anyone emails you and requests help unless you know that person face to face whether it is through yourself or a family/friend DON"T TALK TO THEM. You can trace the IP and most likely will trace back to Nigeria or Ghana and all the purpose is, is to get money out of you.
STOP TALKING TO HIM!!!!!
- conranger1Lv 79 years ago
200+ US troops remain in Iraq security duty on the U.S. Embassy.
I doubt if he is one of them more like some low-life in a net cafe in Nigeria or Sierra Leone trying to score the old Nigerian 419 net scam on some gullible female.
- The QuestionerLv 79 years ago
Whenever anyone is posing as a military person and asking for money not only are they faking but they are committing a federal offense.
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- DarylLv 49 years ago
Noone other than State Department civilians are in Iraq now.
- 9 years ago
The last troops were pulled out of Iraq... he's a liar
- EssexLv 49 years ago
Anyone asking for money is a fake.