Request for leave

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1.12.gold
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I'm hoping this is the appropriate venue for inquiring about a request for vocational leave for a soldier (aka sergeant) that is currently stationed in Afghanistan.

It has come to my attention that this sergeant has submitted a request for leave from his current post there in Afghanistan to come home for a visit. It was indicated the process for this to occur is the following:

1. Soldier to submit request for leave to commanding officer
2. Commanding officer grants or denies
3. If granted, the paperwork is forwarded on to the appropriate department and/or individual
4. Transit process through the Transit Department require the completion of the transit facility form and money back guarantee form
5. Transit Department requires remittance of money to the finance department, which was remitted to Liezel Pelicano at the military base in Cambodia
6. Letter from Reginald J. Brown of the Department of the Army, Office of the Assistant Secretary ManPower and Reserve Affairs stating the soldier does not have the required amount of $10,000 on his Military Travel Card

It is unclear if this is the actual process for this soldier and seeking clarification and guidance to better assist this soldier. If there is an appropriate person that can respond and provide the guidance, it'd be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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fxwg22
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Leave for fiance

I met my fiance on line.Corporal Olivia Crespo attached to UK Army from US Army for Peace Keeping in Afghanistan Regiment 16.ID#AJNE029 here's the problem.We've asked for leave to come here in U.S. But i'm supposed to send 550 pounds to address in Cardiff,U.K.To process her leave&benefits.I feel this is some kind of SCAM but do not know for sure.Can anyone help me for i know nothing of the Army and how thing's are done. and if this is a SCAM i have alot of picture's and information,name's,Major General's,address's.Please Help!! ALFRED

Cory
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SCAM!

Soldiers don't need people to send them money for transit or to take leave. NEVER EVER believe an online soldier that requests money.

fxwg22
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Thank's Cory,Deep in my heart

Thank's Cory,Deep in my heart i did not think Major General's send out form letter's for request of leave&ask for money gram's send to the U.K.Army.Corporal Olivia Crespo never asked me&looks legit...Dressed in blues&out in field w'other soldiers in fatigue's but something just didn't add up.What a shame!!

Cory
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Cpl. Olivia Crespo isn't Real

I'm sorry, Alfred, but you've been catfished with a fake online persona. Look here where a scammer used that persona before - http://www.justanswer.com/uk-law/7vio2-real-attention-mr-richard-jenke.html

Dottie1953
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need help

I am not sure if this is fraud or not.I have met my fiance COL DAVID SPICER on US army for peace keeping in Nigeria. he has been in army for 33 years. Ask for leave to come meet me. I received a letter to send a 1,000 dollars for paper work. i did. then received a e-mail staying to send 3,800 . for all his expense and plan fairs. that once hes here would be refunded. then I receive another e-mail, would be $12,000 to take out what was already send off this amount !
So I did not send in. now they told him to take his retirement. so he applyed but still have to pay the balance that would be almost 8,000 still. I do not know what to do .I don't know if its fraud or not.Please help me
Dottie

Colin
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Fraud

Sorry Dottie, but this is fraud.

Soldiers never, ever, under any circumstances, ever have to pay for paperwork for leave or retirement

You may want to check out this article on our site: http://army.com/blog/catfish/worried-about-online-scam-protect-yourself