I didn't know them and pressed yes on one by accident.
The 22-year-old victim, from Morningside Heights, put himself in a “comprising position,” as he videochatted with the stranger at around 2 p.m. After the session ended, he thought everything was fine.
But soon afterward, he got a call from the woman, demanding he cough up $200 or she would post his shameful Skype video to You Tube and Facebook.
You have one week to send me 5,000 euros (£4,450), or I’ll send them the video.” Samir doesn’t have that kind of money, and even then, he’s not sure paying the ransom would stop the attacker from demanding more money in the future.
Korean girl group Stellar performed at a “Rookie Discovery Project” concert in February 2016 at Migliore, a popular shopping mall in Dongdaemun Fashion Town, a special tourist zone in Seoul.
I don't want them to do the same thing to other people.
A Manhattan man’s cyber-sex session on Skype ended in an online blackmail plot by a woman to whom he exposed himself on camera, police sources told The Post. While he struck several scandalous poses, he never realized the woman was recording every embarrassing thing he was doing.Authorities say that once a conversation becomes sexual in nature, the mark — who is usually a man — ends up getting suckered into engaging in embarrassing acts.Once the chat ends, the victim is contacted by the blackmailer, who then tries to elicit money from him by threatening to release the sensitive images.After they form a “relationship,” they come up with reasons to ask their love interest to set up a new bank account.The scammers transfer stolen money into the new account, and then tell their victims to wire the money out of the country.Two such incidents unfolded at the University of Colorado in September, prompting campus police to open an investigation and send out statements to students, warning them what to look out for.