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New figures from the National Crime Agency (NCA) show there have been 864 reported cases in the UK so far this year, more than double the figure for the whole of 2015. Victims who reported crimes this year were aged between 14 and 82, with the highest proportion being men in their 20s. But officers warned there is significant under-reporting of the issue due to victims feeling "ashamed or embarrassed", and that the actual number of sextortion cases is likely to be in the thousands.This week the NCA and National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC) launched a new campaign giving tips on what those who have been, or are likely to be, targeted can do, using the slogan: "Don't panic, don't pay, don't communicate".The conversations had lasted a week or two, more than previous ones.It seemed normal."Then this woman started talking intimately.My instant thought was I had no choice, and that I'd pay anything because I thought if they posted the video it would ruin my business and my family relationships."I transferred the money, but it was too late for them to collect it so I had to wait until the following morning to find out if they'd got it.
All the time she was messaging me every few minutes to check where I was.Perpetrators then threaten to send recorded videos of the acts to the victim's family or friends unless they hand over money.Investigators in the UK say many victims are being targeted by organised criminal gangs from overseas – including in the Philippines, Ivory Coast and Morocco – making it much more difficult to stop.We exchanged some messages and she made some suggestion to say that she would remove her clothes if I did the same.I'd had a few glasses of wine so maybe my inhibitions had dropped a bit and I agreed."Straight away after that the threats began. If you don't pay me I'll put that video all over Facebook and You Tube".
Don't panic – The police say they will take your case seriously, will deal with it in confidence and will not judge.