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Should I be worried?

Unread postby Echo3 » Mon Jul 09, 2018 11:28 am

Hello,

I apologize if this is in the wrong place. If it is, please direct me to the right place. Thank you!

I got on facebook this morning to find a friend request. I didn't recognize it, but I have been contacted in the past by old friends from high school and I knew a couple of girls by that name. So I accepted and asked if I knew her. The person said no, asked for details, which I didn't give and then said some stuff. At which point I was thinking it was a bot or something, which I said, you're a bot and not real. The reply was to get on the cam, which I stupidly did. I had literally just gotten up and wasn't thinking all that clearly. Now, I didn't do anything on the cam, I just showed my face. I didn't even ask for anything explicit. Though I did stay on the cam, even when I knew said person was a bot and called them a bot and told them they weren't real. It was obvious the person on the other end was a bot or something as the feed looked off and was weird. I knew something was really off when the girl in the cam took off her bra and then the person asked for various explicit pictures. Which I said no and proceeded to call them a bot. At which point they said bye and I blocked the account. I finally got around to looking stuff up tonight and found that people get blackmailed with this stuff. Like I said, I didn't do anything except stay on the stupid webcam until they cut the feed as I kept telling them they weren't real.

Also, because of a situation in the past, I made my facebook private. Friend list, everything. Friends can't even see my friends list. Do I have anything I need to be worried about and do I still need to deactivate my account? Also, I still intend on turning them in. How do I do that?
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Re: Should I be worried?

Unread postby SlapHappy » Mon Jul 09, 2018 5:28 pm

Well, if it went the way you said it did, you should not have problems if they did not threaten you before you dropped them. But go here, read, and follow the advice.
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