Chinese students in Vancouver and Richmond are being targeted in an international “sex-for-credit” scam run on the Chinese social networking app We Chat.We Chat is a texting service which Chinese international students in Vancouver use not only to chat, but to locate other users in public areas and trade food, cosmetics and toys.We Chat has laid down clear policies with regard to posting pornographic content. The We Chat Operations Platform publishes weekly statistics on the numbers of official We Chat accounts that are punished due to breaching their pornography guidelines. These are punishments for ‘Official Accounts’ so don’t be worried about your personal account being blocked because of that gif you sent yesterday.In the battle for article views and followers on We Chat, sex is a powerful tool.There was wide skepticism among the general public about the validity of the video.With many suspecting it to be a deliberate set up by Uniqlo to market their brand.
He said the new scam differed from those involving victims making advance payments to fraudsters for the purchase of goods, such as IT gadgets, phones or bicycles that are advertised on online portals.The men are asked to make a deposit, usually by remittance to a foreign account, for a hook-up online or in person. Victims send money through Money Online (MOL), an e-payment gateway for online goods and services.Chairman of the National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC), Mr Tan Kian Hoon, said: "Scammers are always devising new ways to cheat victims and the latest scam is a variant of the credit-for-sex scam.You can take trial for short periods to get the idea about these tracker applications.Mobile monitoring of phones can work if the Internet connection is active on the mobile device.A common practice for article writers is to set a preview picture of a seductively dressed young woman.