Threat and asking for money ! FRIGHTENING REAL EXPERIENCE 12/9/21
I was the recent (almost) victim this past weekend of THREAT and ASKING FOR MONEY. Look, we all know that this is 98% a sex site. After a very "descriptive" conversation with a Grindr member, a dude gave me his telephone number with Area Code 657 and told me to call him. (I did NOT give him mine.) I called it and was told that the "Google Subscriber was not available." I messaged him back on Grindr and was told "I have company right now and cannot talk " THE NEXT DAY, I received a call on my cell phone from AC 657. He text me with a message that said..."Listen Fucker, the person you spoke to last night was not real, but I am. If you don't go to Walmart and send money, I will be sending your pics and Grindr chat to your family and friends on FB. He then proceeded to show family and friends of mine from my Facebook account. Of course, I blocked the number, but have been holding my breath that this was only a SCARE TACTIC, still it was scary, frightening, and embarrassing. Of course, Grindr has been notified, but I wanted to put a general notice out there in case this happens to any of you. The problem is... we want to be sexually engaging, but at the same time, you don't want family and friends to find out what you like in the bedroom, bathhouse, glory hole, back alley, etc. Just sayin' guys....BE CAREFUL. If it sounds fishy, the hairs on your nipples stand up, or the guy looks like Jason Mamoa and only has eyes for YOU....be Grindr Smart !
.Never share your phone number with anyone before meeting in person. Why can't they just text you on the app? And maybe you should have blocked your number before calling him (*67). If they're that insistent on getting your number it's probably a scam/psycho