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At least, that’s what male computer users in Singapore are discovering.

We’ve warned readers before about some of the dangers involved in finding love online.

The programme takes us to France, where police say they learn of incidents every day, with most going unreported because of embarrassment or fear.

Here is a summary of their tips to avoid you becoming the next man to be duped in such a fashion: The threat doesn’t just lie with webcam blackmail either.

You can imagine how a man, believing he is being seduced online by a sexy woman, might be all too eager to click on a link she suggests or run a malicious program on his computer.

Because webcam blackmailers are often based abroad, it is very difficult to locate and arrest them.

For the age-old romantic story of “Boy meets girl” has surely become an awful lot more complicated now the internet has come along.

A threat is then made to publish the video with false allegations of paedophilia, unless money is paid.

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The BBC's 'Click' news programme on Friday 15 September gives a disturbing account of how these frauds work, why unsuspecting people get lured into the trap and some of the consequences - not only financial - to the victims.The sums of money demanded - and often paid out - are substantial. the programme reports of a victim of demands so relentless that he could see no way out, and committed suicide.French police advise victims not to respond to blackmailers' demands.Safe Online Dating If you're looking for romance online, make sure you're doing it safely. There is no guarantee that once the blackmail demand is met, there will not be further demands, or that the criminal will not post the video anyway. Avoiding Ratting - Remote Access Trojans Take steps to avoid someone taking over your computer, and your webcam.Such as the true story of the Facebook blind date that turned into a supermarket robbery.Now, people are being warned about another risk of finding love in the online world – webcam extortion.French police also advise victims to report it to them or to at least flag it up on their website.There seems to be little that police anywhere can currently do, as mechanisms for international co-operation are limited.What the man doesn’t realise, as he feverishly rips his clothes off and agrees to engage in various sexual acts in front of the camera, is that his female love interest is secretly recording everything that’s going on. Here is a video of a Singapore TV programme which reconstructed just this kind of crime.The male victim is then blackmailed for money by the woman who threatens to circulate the compromising photographs and videos. (Warning: The acting is a bit cringeworthy) The Singapore Police Force says it has seen a five-fold increase in the number of reported cases of such web extortion – over 50 in 2012, compared to 11 the previous year.

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