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The police will take your case seriously, will deal with it in confidence and will not judge you for being in this situation.
Don't communicate further with the criminals: Take screen shots of all your communication.
Preserve evidence: Make a note of all details provided by the offenders, for example; the Skype name (particularly the Skype ID), the Facebook URL; the Western Union or Money Gram Money Transfer Control Number (MTCN); any photos/videos that were sent, etc.
Be aware that the scammer's Skype name is different to their Skype ID, and it's the ID details that police will need.
In some cases, even when the demands have been met the offenders will still go on to post the explicit videos.
If you have already paid, check to see if the money has been collected.
POLICE warned last year Brits are being targeted by organised gangs tricking people into stripping off or performing sex acts online and using the footage as blackmail.
Four men killed themselves in a year after being exposed by the so-called "sextortion" rackets, officers said.
The account can also be reactivated at any time so your online memories are not lost forever.
It includes a film aimed at the most vulnerable victims, helping them to recognise a potential criminal approach and providing online advice, including the importance of reporting the crime to their local police.
Victims are often worried about reporting the offences to police because they are embarrassed, but they have offered the following advice: Dont panic: Contact your local police and internet service provider immediately.
Suspend your Facebook account (but don’t delete it) and use the online reporting process to report the matter to Skype, You Tube etc.
to have any video blocked and to set up an alert in case the video resurfaces.