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Dating scam artist

“The criminals will say, ‘I can’t — I’m on a top-secret mission,’ or ‘I don’t have a computer,’ ” according to Grey.

She received her Master's in Somatic Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies in 2009.

His agency warns online daters about what the Criminal Investigation Command calls a “growing epidemic.” “It’s hard to put an exact number on it,” Grey says, “but it’s a booming business.” According to Grey, there’s an easy step to avoid getting swept off your feet by a military impostor: If you’re on a dating site or app with someone claiming to wear this country’s uniform, ask to be sent an email from his or her military account. “Privates to generals all have such emails,” Grey says.

As bad actors try to take advantage of women around the world — Grey says he has heard from victims in Great Britain, Japan, Australia and Canada — they’ll usually try to get around the email check by concocting another phony story, he says.

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