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A Moroccan Town Becomes the World SEXTORTION Capital and Online Sex Scammers Have Brits in Their Sights!
Dubbed the “sextortion” capital of the world with A MOROCCAN town has an astonishing 3,000 blackmailers who are believed to be operating from the town. The scammers, who are all young, learn to speak English by watching YouTube videos and then go on to target victims in the UK and elsewhere. The victims, usually men, are tricked into performing sex acts, which the scammers record. Next they blackmail victims by saying that they will circulate the recorded tapes to their family and friends on social media.
Many victims’ lives have been destroyed as a result of this cruel sextortion. Among the victims reported by the Sun newspaper was 17-year-old Daniel Perry. According to the newspaper:
Daniel killed himself an hour after he received a message reading, “I will make you suffer. Pay up or you’d be better off dead”.
The appretice mechanic from Scotland died when he jumped from the Forth Road Bridge in 2013. The Scottish authorities are now trying to extradite a Filipino man so that he can stand trial.
Figures from the National Crime Agency report the number of Brits who have been targeted has soared to be three times what it was, in just a year. A report in The Sun newspaper has identified that many cybercrime gangs are situated in the Moroccan town of Oued Zem where they know they will earn more if they can speak English.
Incredibly the town is estimated to have 3,000 blackmailers out of a population of 90,000. Almost all the 360 arrests in the country last year this kind of crime were made in Oued Zem. In an interview with the Sun reporter, one convicted blackmailer said that the UK was targeted “because British men will pay more”.
Another convicted scammer told the newspaper that the gang typically created fake accounts on Facebook, in particular, using different names but using pictures of Colombian porn star Dayana Perez Sosa, without her permission or knowledge. He also said that around four in ten men would pay the amount demanded, about £800 for the clip to be destroyed.
With our experience in this field, Wilsons suggest for every crime of this type that has been reported, probably 10 times that number go unreported with many men too embarrassed to speak up.
At Wilsons Detectives we have extensive experience of investigation in this field and our advanced cyber detection techniques have led to many successful convictions and helped many desperate people recover from sextortion attacks.
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