'." 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.A beautiful woman showed up on the screen, naked, and kept asking me to show her my face and to show her my penis. The video stopped and messages threatening to send the video of my face and penis to all my friends and family if I didn't pay ,000 to an organization called I laughed and told the person I didn't care if they sent the video because I'm a very open person and most of my friends and family have seen alot worse than my penis.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.In the meantime, don’t let your guard down just because you’re video calling directly from Facebook, where you’re used to having fun. And watch out for calls from hijacked accounts, or from borderline “friends”, just as you ought to do via any other messaging service, including email.
After initial discussion it moved to skype and said she was looking for fun.On June 19, 2017 we posted the latest example of the "underage girl sext" scam: Your Worst Nightmare: Sexting a Minor... UPDATE 10/23/17: Apparently this scam is still alive and targeting men.We have heard from a few men who inform us to be wary of ads posted on Craigslist's forums for casual sex.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.And Skype is now owned by Microsoft, a company you’ve probably also already decided whether you trust or not. Microsoft is much bigger – and used to being much bigger – than Facebook. Many more of those many more developers are involved with security. Fun is good, but like many things, too much fun often gets in the way of security.