Dr. Mark David gets around. He's now using Skype and pretending to be a physiatrist who falls in love at first Skype conversation, and claims to be a US Army Surgeon working under the auspices of the UN. His scam letter is thus (I've eliminated some stuff, and have viewed the the page source): UN VACATION LETTER DM <firstname.lastname@example.org> Tue 11:51 I am XXXX XXXXXX ,fiancee to Dr David Mark , I am writing to apply for a military vacation certificate for Dr David Mark, who is presently in Syria for peace keeping mission.I want him to come and visit me here in United States in 2 to 3 weeks. This is very urgent and serious. I promise that he will be safe in return,and am praying that my request to be given consideration so that he can be permitted to visit me. I am ready to pay for any charges/requirement that may cause your office to grant Dr David Mark the vacation certificate. THANKS. *** It came about when he contacted me by Skype. Since I didn't believe anyone could fall in love as quickly as he said he had, I went ahead and let him spool out the reel till this baited hook came out.