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That’s why, when a man named Darren Hartman, an American Apache Helicopter Pilot stationed in Afghanistan, contacted her on Tinder, she decided she wanted to get to know him better.Get The Times of Israel's Daily Edition by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign Up “I noticed he was over 1,000 kilometers away,” said Maya (who asked that we not use her real name).I imagined myself welcoming him at the airport and wondering if we would feel ‘the connection.'” About a week into their relationship, Darren made plans to visit Maya in Israel.To get approval, he told her — and other ostensible US military officials confirmed in emails to her — she would have to fill out an official US military leave request form, which they did together.
He continued to say that there is “a potential of serious harm to national security, but the damage that was actually done was minor,” he said, adding that “anyone who was infected, is not infected anymore.” Despite the Hamas Honeypots’ efforts, the damage to IDF was minimal, meaning the plot is foiled and the phones reformatted for extra security.Maya paid the ,300 total, to a certain “Christy Perkins” at a Western Union in Florida, but soon afterward she was contacted by one of Darren’s commanders asking her to pay another ,500 for a plane ticket. “I met a guy on the internet, but he keeps asking for money.” When this reporter suggested she was being scammed, Maya wasn’t ready to accept it.The commander sent what looked like official documents signed by US military personnel. “If this is a scam, it’s very detailed and complex,” she wrote in a text message.These payments were to show she was serious about meeting Darren and having him take leave from the army for her, she was told.
Not to worry, Darren assured her, he would return the money as soon as he arrived in Israel; he simply did not have access to his bank account from his army base in Afghanistan.
Maya immediately said, “your grandmother must have been Jewish! She asked if she had died during World War II and he said yes. “Maybe when we meet we can go ask him together,” he wrote.