Fake banks, couriers, law firms, escrow and other fake sites used in scams.
#165162 by Mike Wilson Sun May 12, 2013 12:28 am
www.usarmyclaims.com

Fake military benefits site.


The website is in the process of being reported for fraud.

It is ALWAYS a scam
If the pet seller or shipper asks for money to be sent via Western Union, Money Gram, any brand of gift card. Walmart To Walmart , Zelle , PayPal friends and family option, or mentions Cameroon
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#165168 by TerranceBoyce Sun May 12, 2013 3:22 am
Is nothing sacred ?

That's a really good find Mike Wilson and a copy should be saved so that it can be shown just what these people are doing.

Making an economic attack on the US military is probably the most stupid things these criminals could do.

I suspect they'll live to regret it.

The real official US website is here

http://myarmybenefits.us.army.mil/

.. and the 'us.army.mil' confirms its authenticity.

Disturbing features are

http://www.usarmyclaims.com/benefitlogin.html

... which represents phishing for official US military e-mail passwords (it doesn't appear to function).

http://www.usarmyclaims.com/leaverequest.html

.. to support leave request scamming for money.

Though multi-functional as regards scamming it points to a wider interest in identity theft, though I need to examine the site more closely.

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