After getting to know their victims, the scammers would communicate with them through phone calls and online messaging.The next step is a meeting "in person" but the scammer would not show up.Members of the public are advised to call the police hotline on 1800-255-0000 if they have any information on these scams, or dial 999 if they need urgent police assistance.The police also advised the public to take the following precautions: •Be wary of strangers who befriend you online.
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The Skype snafu came during the testimony of Gordon Scott Pleasants, a professor at Seminole State College, where Zimmerman took classes.
As Pleasants appeared on the video screen, a steady string of incoming calls prompted numerous windows to pop-up, blocking his face.
She is skinny, with her hair held up in a butterfly clip, minimal make-up, a Barbour jacket and Ugg boots.
Here she is describing her relationship with an older boy called Tommy.