She said, "Show me your ass" too, which I thought was kind of weird.I just went along with it, and she took her shirt off. Then she sent me the link: it was a You Tube link of the video of me. So I kept on playing the whole I'm broke, I'm poor thing in the conversation.Then she told me to listen to what she had to say very carefully, then gave me a whole list of my family members with their full names. I think maybe she could see my whole friend list on Facebook, and since my last name is Cooper, it was all my Coopers that I had as Facebook friends. I just kept saying I had no money, trying to stall her.
The whole time I'm thinking this is too good to be true.Another weird thing was that she said that her microphone was broken, so I couldn't talk to her via the video, I had to keep going back to the [typed] chat on Skype.Then she kept saying, "Show me your cock, and I'll take my shirt off." So of course, I went with it.All screenshots courtesy Taylor Cooper It's no secret that not everyone who you talk to on the internet is who they say they are.A growing number of men in Canada are falling victim to a scam in which catfish accounts on Facebook are adding them, direct messaging back and forth with them, and convincing them to get on Skype to perform sexual acts.
Taylor Cooper, a 26-year-old pipeline worker from British Columbia who asked VICE to use his real name in case other victims want to reach out to him, became one victim of this widespread scam in August. bookworm-y type girl" using the name Kelsey Smith who appeared to be in her early 20s and had no mutual friends with him added him on Facebook, began a private messenger string with him, then convinced him to get on Skype with her.
After he got naked on webcam with her, the person he was talking to tried to extort him for over a grand by posting a recording of their Skype session on You Tube and threatening to leak it to his family. Taylor Cooper: Literally she added me, and then a week later she messaged me and it was just all in one go.
In the [IM] conversation I sent you, that's the whole thing, and within about an hour, we Skyped.
What exactly did the person get you to do on Skype?
I was just waking up, I was a little hungover, and it was kind of really out of the blue.
Then she said, "I'm single," and she's like, "What are you doing right now?