It’s been about two months now and I am still avoiding social
media. I am still in fear that these images can be released at anytime. I
am still dealing with the stress and don’t know who to trust. I still am
beating myself up over this whole situation. I just need advice and help
moving on. How often do people get tricked into sending nudes? How often do
the scammers get caught or bluff? Any advice would be good.
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hopefullywillhelp wrote:It's now been a full month since I was hit with the webcam blackmail scam/sextortion/sextortion and just as others have described, I feel better about it pretty much everyday. Nothing has happened as far as I can tell and the recent Facebook account hacking scandal actually provided me with a great excuse to friends and family as to why my account is deactivated so that is an extra bonus. Thanks again to all who contribute and help keep this site.
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