My sole assistance to your next-of-kin shall be limited to helping the police identify the stalker who raped and/or murdered you after you gave him or her just enough information to find you and your family.If you're extra stupid and think this can't happen to you, read this.Both have carried countless and terrible consequences, not only for the Filipino society, but for thousands of victims around the world.
The users of these chatting and video camera sites are aware that the women that participate are there for money.
Very few of these women are pretending to be innocent girls, but yet many foreigners still fall in their traps and promises of love.
Blackmail and extortion are now very common for those who decide to engage in a video chat.
Demands are then made to send payment, or suffer the embarrassment of having the video sent to friends, family and co-workers.
Neighbors of such places claimed at that time to be shocked about what was going on inside these dens, yet investigations throw that in one particular case at least 80 houses in the area were involved in the trade.
Parents take their children to perform in front of a webcam for foreigners, and get paid “easy money”.It is important for adult foreigners who visit these sites in the Philippines to be cautious.If for some reason you decide that you want to pursue a real relationship with someone you’ve met online, make sure you speak to a professional private investigation company about a professional background check in the Philippines to verify the person is who he or she claims to be. Wright © 2016 Philippine PI © Copyright 2016 Philippine PI. This content is the property of Philippine PI, LLC and is protected by United States of America and international copyright laws.The Philippines has long been known to be a country with high rates of sexual exploitation and tourism.In the recent years, with the evolution of technology and the increasing access of people to the internet all around the world, the sexual exploitation industry has also changed its business to become more digital.Investigators in Cebu estimate that tens of thousands of children are victims of the trade.