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The person then sends me the link to my video on Youtube. " UPDATE December 3, 2017: A 21-year old college student was skeptical and cautious enough to dodge this scam... "I was currently reading your "Sextortion Scam Via Facebook." After I was targeted by something very similar, so it's still going on today.
I deactivated my skype and Facebook accounts and removed my other social media so that the person cannot contact me. Meanwhile I talked to my family and told them what happened and they stood rock solid with me. I was randomly friended by a "girl" that had 2 mutual friends with me.
Just wanted to send you guys an email because it's still a very real threat going on and luckily, since I had never been aware of this scam, I was smart enough to keep myself safe!
, and many other relationship experts, playful bantering or gentle flirting with someone outside of your marriage is harmless if proper boundaries remain intact.
And if you did respond to this blackmail and send money, what would you expect to happen next? Read what the Reddit user described after he paid the blackmailer 00… Now we have to do your Facebook contacts and pictures! Well, the following morning, he creates a fake Facebook profile with my name and picture and friend requested my boss, parents, WIFE, some other close friends, past clients, etc.
A few of them accepted thinking it was me, AND HE SENT THE F###ING PHOTOS!
Petrified I tried negotiating and the amount came down to 00 as final.
I blocked the Michela Duran account and changed my settings so only I can see my profile. This 25-year old's cavalier attitude is the best card to play against these scammers.
The Daily Scam is very sad to report a scam that seems to be targeting men on social media like Facebook, but then progressing to the use of Skype for video chatting. She manipulates the victim to include video of his face during their video exchange. Read this post by a Reddit user who was scammed this way and then blackmailed not to post the video of him captured by the scammer… They had one friend in common, and were saying they were in my same industry.
The victim is coaxed into exposing himself during a skype conversation with a newly-friended woman who appears to be interested in video sex.
His point, he says, is that you can never tell if you are being recorded. "I was friend requested by someone named Michela Duran [on Facebook], I accepted, and moments later she sends me messages like "do you like sex baby", and of course I'm a 25 year old man.
Our added point is that it is extremely easy to deceive others online. Shortly after messaging back and forth she convinced me to video chat with her, so I did.One man sent us a link to this listing, saying that he was targeted for sextortion after trading photos with the person who posted: A TDS Reader contacted us on November 20, 2017 to report that the sextortionists targeted him, though it wasn't on Facebook: "I met an id on a free chatting site.