Further, the US Military (or other military forces for that matter) will not allow another person to apply for leave on a soldier's behalf.
The mention of filling in a leave form for a military person is a definite sign of a scam.
Scams involving Military Personnel Scammers impersonating Military personnel are becoming increasingly common.
At this stage they will often refer to you as their spouse.
They will put you in touch with a superior officer to arrange the leave with you.
The scammer may suggest that with this phone service future phone calls would be free or a greatly reduced price and often fixed as part of a contract.
The scammer will often insist it is the only way to keep in touch.
The "superior officer" will in most cases be the same scammer, if not, it will be his accomplice Either way it will be part of the scam.
The Person you are directed to will usually send some fake documents and forms for you to fill in, and then tell you about a fee that needs to be paid.They will get to know their victims quickly, preferring to use instant messaging to speed the scam up.They will however also use emails only to groom their victims if needed.The scammers are using their images without their knowledge or permission to deceive their victims and steal their money.The scammers are using their images without their knowledge and permission to deceive their victims and scam them out of money.Many scammers also have means of receiving money into a bank account if required.