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I covered the camera and was greeted with a video of a naked female who did not match up with the profile's pictures. " Learn how Steven got scammed out of 00 using Airbnb so you can avoid this scam!I hung up soon after and "She" kept trying to call back asking me to "turn the light on" which I'm assuming was so she could see my face in hopes of capturing video of me being naked to use it to blackmail me. All of the sudden, the screen changed to a replay of my image/video being played back to me.

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'." The victim was told to purchase a moneygram and send it to someone named "Marvin Samsang" in the Philippines.

Would you have done that to keep the embarrassing video from being posted and shown to all your friends, family and co-workers? I told him I had no more money and wasn't going to pay him anything else, hoping he was bluffing.

I did some modifications to my FB and got the videos they posted on my comments deleted, reported the account to Facebook, and nothing ever changed for me. It is work and time for them to go after you but by showing no anxiety and giving them no leverage to hold against you, you are able to diffuse a really nasty situation.

Others have completely freaked out and gone through hell, even if they didn't pay the scammers.

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.

After initial discussion it moved to skype and said she was looking for fun.

A few of my friends and my mother immediately call me within 5 minutes saying your Facebook is going crazy, as well as texting me the pics!

I was mortified." The Reddit user then described how he tried to make additional payments over the next couple of days to various names the scammer provided using Moneygram and Western Union.

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.

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