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And, once they start paying - the scammers just keep wanting more." Mr Pascoe said the scam was reasonably well known to authorities, however victims rarely came forward as they were too embarrassed.He said in the latest cases innocent Skype users were being approached out of the blue."The only way to avoid this situation is to keep your clothes on when on video chat sessions." Safety Tips • Don't accept anyone you don't know as a friend on Facebook.• Don't share or pose for explicit photographs or videos online as they may be published later.• Never give out personal information or pay any money to anyone you don't know.• Contact the website administrator and/or withdraw from the site if you are being harrassed, intimidated or threatened.If you do something compromising with someone you don't know, they can take photos and they can record it and then they can use it against you," he told the Herald.Netsafe executive director Martin Cocker said the safety watchdog had received "a handful" of complaints about the scam in the past 12 months.Mr Pascoe said it was easy to avoid becoming a victim.
Once that has happened, a male voice cuts in from the woman's Skype connection, telling the victim to pay cash or risk having inappropriate photos of them posted on their own Facebook page.Unbeknown to the victim, the online interactions are recorded so the scammer can later blackmail him.