You will receive a message to your Facebook account from a girl profile and the text chat will be moved to Skype for Video Chat.
She will start to perform adult chat and asks you to do the same.
You will see the destination as Philippines address and if you have any contacts over there, you can file a legal police complaint to take it further for any legal actions.
The moment you see the video clip, photos posted on your friends news feed that you have newly got request from, make sure you report to facebook.
I hope this article have helped you to aware about this Facebook Blackmail Scam, and you have learned by now to protect you and your friends.
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