Cameroon dating scammer
The operation that led to the arrest of the scammer was carried out by the Northwest Regional Delegation of Forestry and Wildlife in collaboration with the forces of law and order of the Bamenda 1st Police District.Meanwhile, the release states that LAGA is currently assisting the Northwest Regional Delegation authorities in establishing a case file against the wildlife trafficker in court for prosecution.“These perpetrators are definitely not American Soldiers, but they are quite familiar with American culture,” said Chris Grey, Army CID spokesperson.“The criminals, often from other countries, most notably from West African countries, are pretending to be U. Soldiers routinely serving in a combat zone or other overseas location.It is worth stating that illegal trade in chimpanzee is punishable under the 1994 wildlife law with a prison term of up to 3 years or payment of a fine of up to FCFA 10 million.The use of fake government and CITES permit is equally punishable under the Cameroon Penal Code with an imprisonment term of up to 20 years.CID continues to receive hundreds of reports of various scams involving persons pretending to be U. Soldiers serving in Iraq or Afghanistan, according to Army CID special agents.
Claims to be a private lending firm offering urgent loans for various purposes--business expansion or company investment, lending rate is based at 3% percentage. Claims to be in Belfast, United Kingdom, phone 447024035549.According to Grey, perpetrators take on the online persona of a U. Soldier, marry the persona with photographs of a Soldier off the Internet, and then begin prowling the web for victims.The Soldier’s rank and other details are often included in an effort to lend credence to the scammer’s story.Now that the holidays are over and Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, Special Agents with the U. Army Criminal Investigation Command, also known as CID, are anticipating a different type of holiday frenzy — an increase in “romance scam” reports.The scam involves an online scammer tricking a victim into believing he or she is “in a relationship” with an American Soldier and then hustling the victim out of his or her money.
But victims of these scams have reported losing thousands of dollars.