She added: 'Let's show them what the United States of America looks like up close and personal,' she said.
WASHINGTON - A Navy veteran is raising attention to a scam that has taken over his inbox and left hundreds of women heartbroken and stripped of their cash.
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“He saw that vulnerability and he went after it,” she said. The charming Richard Peterson seemed like the perfect man.“Everybody wants to believe that they’re going to meet their ‘Prince Charming’ - that they’re going to meet a good Christian boy who’s a lot like their dad,” she explained. She showed KARE 11 the Navy SEAL uniforms he left at her house, the awards and medals.
In his wake, women say they are left with empty promises and wallets.“Most recently was in Columbus, Georgia.”Scammers are using his picture across the internet to swindle hundreds of women out their money.“I would ask him, ‘Okay, we can go out for a drink. ’ and he wouldn’t answer,” said Keri, a Michigan woman who came into contact with the Navy Jack impersonator on the dating app Bumble.She added, "I felt like some of his replies seemed kind of sketchy."In just 24 hours of exchanged messages and emails, she saw the red flags.“But if you have the time to go to the bank and get out thousands of dollars to give to a stranger, I would hope you check him out,” Keri said. After some research, one woman’s daughter contacted the real Navy Jack.Hundreds of women across the country think they are dating a man known as “Navy Jack.” He claims to be overseas fighting for our country looking some tender loving care – and eventually their money.But Greg Browne, a veteran living in Northern Virginia, is the real Navy Jack.