It's highly recommended to not get naked on the internet in Illinois because there's a very good chance that it will come back to haunt you in the long run.

The Internet Is Full Of Scams In Illinois

I do believe that the internet makes many things so much easier. It can save you a lot of time and energy. There's only one big problem. You can't trust it. There are scams all over the World Wide Web with people who want to rob you blind and steal all of your money.

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You have to protect yourself at all times on the internet. The scammers are just waiting for you to screw up and leave yourself vulnerable. It happens so fast you won't even know what hit you. A good rule of thumb is if it seems too good to be true then it is.

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Livestream Naked In Illinois

Looking For Love On The Internet

Many residents of Illinois use the internet to find love. They believe it's a good way to find someone compatible with your personality. Again, though it can be a very useful tool you have to be careful of the scams. Remember, relationships don't happen that easily.

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Livestream Naked Scam In Illinois

Before I even get started with what happened, I have to say this one very important thing. Never get naked on the internet. Remember, it will be there forever. Someone is going to find it and use it against you.

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An Illinois man met a woman through a dating app. She convinced him to livestream naked. Thinking she was his new girlfriend, he did it. Unfortunately, it was a scam. The suspect threatened to share the nude video with his friends, family, and co-workers if he didn't pay her $516. He did send her the money but called the police to investigate.

According to,

An Elmhurst man livestreamed himself naked with a woman he met on a dating app, local police said this week.


The woman then told him she would share the recorded video with his friends and family if he didn't send her money, police said.


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My mom once told me that "people will steal anything that's not nailed down." Times certainly have changed since then. The thieves now have nail removers.

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