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By Jean Christou Far from being a phenomenon that an internet savvy populace should be attuned to in 2017, romance scams are on the rise across the globe in what has become an industry worth billions, and Cyprus police warn that “it is developing fast”.
In 2010 Nicosia-based businessman Marcus Platrides, then 29, discovered that women living in Sweden, the US and Canada had been sending money to Istanbul to someone who claimed to be him, or at least, to have his face and body.To the extent that you can support this site, it is greatly appreciated.Thank you To the extent that you can support this site, it is greatly appreciated.“Most of our cases involve sextortion,” said the cybercrime officer.Sextortion is when a victim is dealing with a real person who persuades them to perform compromising acts on camera and then blackmails them.
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The officer said they have at least ten cases where people have sent money to the blackmailers but most don’t. As far back as five years ago, a Turkish Cypriot newspaper reported that as much as half a million dollars was being sent to Nigeria by students from the north every month through money transfer offices such as Money Gram and Western Union.