“The reason for the increase in this type of crime is probably due to the rapid increase in use of the internet; more internet portals, apps, partner and dating services and web services which are being used,” explains Mario Hejl, of the Austrian Criminal Intelligence Service.
While Hejl explains that exact numbers for this type of crime are not currently available because the crime is not filtered separately in Austrian criminal statistics, it is assumed by the police that the crimes in Austria are now in the “high double-digit range” and that the numbers continue to grow each year.
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Experts and police are warning that so-called “sextortion” scams, whereby a scammer will dupe a victim into stripping and performing sex acts online before demanding a sum of money or threatening to release the footage, are increasing across Europe.
“In a number of cases, a referral of around €200-€300, mainly via Western Union, is required to recipients in North African countries,” Hejl says.
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According to Austrian intelligence, this form of cybercrime is on the rise across Europe, a phenomena Wayne May, founder of the UK website and support group Scam Survivors which aims to track down scammers as well as offering advice to victims, is familiar with.
May says that the number of people in the UK contacting his website has “exploded” with around 5,000 cases being handled in total in the past three years.