Sexy scammers entice men into stripping on webcam, then blackmail them

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Police in Singapore have issued an alert citing a dramatic rise in the number of “cyber blackmail” cases being reported. But unlike many cases that target women or teenagers , this latest rash of crimes targets men through social media sites. The Singapore Police Force reports that there have been more than 50 reported cases in the last year where “foreign” women have lured men through invitations on social networks, such as Facebook and Tagged.com, into video sex sessions that are recorded for blackmail purposes. The women “initiate cybersex” with the men over video chat, stripping for them and then encouraging them to do the same. The men are told to perform sex acts on camera for the women, and the video feeds are recorded. The men are then contacted later and told that the videos will be posted in public if the victims don’t wire money to the scammers. Read 4 remaining paragraphs | Comments

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