Mark Smith Scam

I received a mail from a man name Mark Smith; he stated to me he was a marine from USA army and that he was fighting in Iraq. He sent me pictures and told me a dramatic story about his life, we kept talking for about 3 days and soon hi stated he was in love with me, he asked me to fill out some forms to request the Marines Corps to let him come home to me. But I had to send the money for the airplane ticket; I refuse to do that than he asked me to send him a Black Berry phone to be able to be in contact with me all the time even when he was on duty.I was able to find some of the woman he was talking to on the internet at the same time and I contacted some of them they are about 10 only 2 got back to me but both he has taken thousands of dollars from them making them believe he is going to marry them and that he is flying home to them they have sent him the money.Here is the picture of the man I am talking about if you can do something I think would help others to do not let scammers take advantage of them. Please let the world know that if someone asks for money or things when dating through the internet it is a scam.Here are some of the letters he sends and the pictures he sends, this is his email address he was writing [email protected] The contact address from the women he took advantage from are: [email protected];[email protected]; [email protected] the name of the others are: IngridKoptschali?n UtaWildeUtaWildeAmandaPartingtonkylieSahlber leneschrøderJulieannKinniburghLarkinBencosme

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