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Stark’s goal is this: to build a sanctuary where women like the sisters can turn for help.Peace Village is a Methodist church in rural, unincorporated Roberstville, Missouri, with a congregation largely made up of Korean women who married American GIs stationed in South Korea.A few years ago, she received what appeared to be a promising email on the dating site He said he was a widower with an adorable daughter — the type of man and family that she'd been looking for, and most of all, he seemed very interested in Schuster.“I just thought my prayers are being answered," she told VOA.The man even sent her a few pictures dressed in his military uniform, and he was very handsome.Schuster noticed that her suitor had bad grammar, but that didn't really bother her because her immigrant father had poor grammar as well.“When I visit different places and meet the people and I tell them about Peace Village, it gives them hope.” Peace Village is more than a church, she says.
Schuster turned her anger into action, and by sharing her story, she says she helped a woman in New Zealand and a fellow American in Boston discover that they were being duped.She asked to speak with him in person or via Skype, but the man said that wasn't allowed.“His thing was, ‘well, this is top secret, we're fighting the terrorists, we can't do anything that would compromise that, so I can't use the phone.' And I believed all this," Schuster said. Shortly after the first wire transfer, the man told her that he wanted to get out of the Air Force and join some of his pilot friends in starting a private company that flies charter planes.~ Fake stories about frozen accounts or money for surgeries.The military does not freeze members' bank accounts or credit cards and provides health care for deployed service members. Schuster said she was encouraged to use personal email immediately rather than the site.