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The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre, jointly managed by the RCMP, the Competition Bureau and the Ontario Provincial Police, also warned the public about what it dubs “sextortion.”Victims are lured into an online relationship through social media or pornographic websites; they are then coerced into performing sexual acts in front of the camera, the CAFC said.
Police say that suspects are creating fake profiles on common online dating sites.
They use other people's photos and use locations to appear close to their target — when they are actually from outside of Canada. When a victim initiates contact or is contacted by the suspects, they engage in what police describe as "age- and social- appropriate social/flirtatious chats." The chats then become sexual, and t During the video chats, the victim is encouraged to undress or engage in sexual behaviours, police said.
The suspects are said to refuse to meet in person or defer the meeting, insisting on video chats.
They may also present fake photos or videos claiming to be the person in the profile, police said. The suspects research the victim using social media sites.
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