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They do all kind of things there: engineers working in oil industry, contractors building bridges and roads, businessmen buying and selling antiques, nurses, models, taking care of a sick parent, etc.. The UK phone numbers starting with 4470 are ALWAYS a redirect.
It has been described on millions of sites, millions of times. you discover they are “presently” in Africa, but will be back home in few weeks. They use phone numbers with the US area-codes, but in reality it is a redirect to Africa.
it doesn’t work like that in the real army), or want to buy some special satellite phones to be able to talk to you (another nonsense, the civilians don’t pay for the army satellite phones! Yet another twist with some military scams: they are in Iraq or Afghanistan, and need your help in smuggling in the country gold, money, Saddam’s treasures, etc.. But to receive the treasures you will have to pay fee to customs, lawyers or any other fee associated with it.
Or, they pretend to be in the military, and either want you to pay so they can go on a leave and meet with you (bunch of crock!