Question: What is a military scammer?

These schemes try to steal a service members identity by getting Social Security numbers, bank accounts and other personal information. The scammer pretends to be from the Defense Finance and Accounting Service or another military group and contacts members or their spouses by phone, email or text.

Can the military take your phone?

The military cannot confiscate private property without probable cause or a warrant. This would be a violation of the Soldiers Fourth Amendment rights. The NCO can order the Soldiers not turn on their phones during duty hours or to not have their phones out during duty hours, except for an emergency.

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