Competition can be tough, especially if you’re aiming for an attractive woman.
Also, the medium can be a bit confusing, with many men being unsure of etiquette, what women want or expect and what constitutes a good first message.
Victims have to pay large sums of money or risk having intimate videos of themselves exposed to family, work colleagues and other contacts.
Here’s how to spot and avoid it so you can stay safe online.
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