The scammer was threatening the victim continually through messaging, ultimately making his life miserable.After a few days and more money going to the scammer, the victim said he was “DONE! He reported that it cost him a lot more than just money. Now he hopes that telling his story will help other guys avoid it.His point, he says, is that you can never tell if you are being recorded.Our added point is that it is extremely easy to deceive others online.UPDATE 7/23/17: On July 22 we received the following email from a 25 year old male..."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.The screen only lets you see what the other person wants you to see.
Do they play Superman and do what is right by deleting it? We all think that our guys are different than the others.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!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 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.