Scam #1520 11/15/2018 8:57:00 PM

Hello Darling,

I hope all is well with you, and how are you enjoying your day over there in your country? You look cute and gentle from what i saw on your profile. Thanks for writing me like i demanded. My name is Sergeant.Claire Palacio; I’m 29 years single. I'm an ICU nurse in United State Military/Nasa, from Los Angeles, United State but i am presently in Yemen for the fight against terrorism and peace keeping.I really need a supportive, caring sincere person to establish a true relationship that may lead into good things in life or something else with you, it's my pleasure meeting you.

I will like to get acquainted with you. I am loving, honest and caring person with a good sense of humor despite my profession. I enjoy reading, working, traveling, meeting new people and knowing their way of life, I enjoy watching the sea waves and the beauty of the mountains and everything that nature has to offer. Please tell me more about you, your likes and dislike, it is very nice to know and be your friend, wishing you all the best, thank you as i still wait to read from you.

I want us to be close, because i need someone to be sharing ideas with here. I believe we will be best of friends. I will also be happy to come over to your country during my leave very soon. I shall keep you updated as we proceed in our chatting. Take good care of yourself.

Best Regards
Sergeant. Claire Palacio

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