First it was small things, I only asked for £20 or £30 at a time.
When I felt the time was right, I went for the big one. After I got my money, I deleted the profile and just moved on to the next one.
I told her I used to go there with my mum and could describe what some of the buildings looked like. ’ I could say yes or no depending on what was happening in the markets. After a while, I could tell she was falling for me.Once she was hooked, that’s when I went after the money.Chief Inspector Scott Tees, Police Scotland Safer Communities, said, "It is crucial children and young people understand they could be putting themselves in harm's way by constantly revealing their locations via apps and social media.While they may think only their friends can see this information, it can be inadvertently shared and expose youngsters to people who wish them harm.This type of criminality can affect young and old, male and female alike. The person you’re talking to online will probably convince you that if you do what they say, the treats and extortion will stop. The more you give in to them, the more they demand.