Quotes about dating an army man
— To Lisa, everything about Glen was charming – the way he said he loved her and the way he texted her at the same time each day.
But the sweet, smooth-talking Army lieutenant she thought she was falling in love with had a secret – one that would cost Lisa about ,000. Somehow, it’s go to stop.”Since 2011, the North Carolina Attorney General’s office has heard from 70 victims who've lost a total of .6 million.
Lisa, who asked that her last name not be used, is one of dozens of North Carolinians who have fallen victim in recent years to online scammers who promise love but leave their victims heartbroken and, sometimes, broke.“It’s awful. This year, at least 17 victims have come forward, claiming they’ve lost nearly 0,000 combined.
Most of the victims are women and, on average, in their early 60s, according to statistics from the Attorney General’s office.
A 75-year-old Davidson County woman reported losing the largest sum of money in recent years.
She deposited but closed the account after the bank detected fraudulent activity, she said.
Then, in June, Lisa says Glen somehow got her bank information.