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Scammers blackmailing people over webcam footage or photographs. Sometimes referred to as "sextortion". Your first port of call should be for the steps needed.
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Thomas - tinder

Sat Dec 07, 2019 3:58 pm

Form received 2019-12-07 14:39:34

What name did the scammer use?:

How old did the scammer say they were?:

What site/app did you first meet the scammer on? Please provide a link if

Who made the first contact?:
They contacted me first.

If they gave you a phone number, please add it here.:
+33 7 87 57 90 49 / +33787579049

How much money did they demand?:

Name you were told to send the money to.:

What country/city were you told to send the money to?:

How were you to send the money ?:
Bank transfer

Are there any other details you wish to share? Anything you say may help
prevent someone else from being scammed.:
The blackmailer contacted me on Tinder. After that, we texted on
WhatsApp, and he asked me to send me intimacy videos. A few days after, he
sent me screenshots of my FB friends and threatened me to leak the videos.
We were not friends on Facebook, and my Facebook friends list was strictly
private. I assumed he hacked my Facebook account although I didn't receive
suspicious login notifications on Facebook.

Re: Thomas - tinder

Sat Jan 18, 2020 5:40 am

This guy is still lurking on Tinder. This time he uses the name Steven, offering 22,000USD to be a sugar baby. He booked me a flight to KL from Jakarta (one way) no return ticket. And said he booked and paid for hotel but when i called the hotel there was no such booking under my name. And I got suspicious, I asked a friend and he suggested me not to go. And lucky I didnt go. Now he is wanting to blackmail me by sharing all my details such as id card, birthcert, family card etc. to social media, internet and news when the only detail I gave him was my passport details.

I want to ask since he blackmailed you and all what did you end up doing?

Re: Thomas - tinder

Sat Jan 18, 2020 5:59 am

what did you end up doing?

The person reporting this fraudster clicked on this link, was reading the information posted there, filled the form with all the details he had about the scammers and submitted that form. After doing it, he received a step by step procedure to follow for protecting himself.

You can try yourself.
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