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He may have asked prior or will ask later to be added to your Facebook account. He will tell you to send money via Moneygram, Western Union, Amazon gift card, Prepaid scratch off card or any other untraceable method to him. He will tell you if you do not comply he will send the photo’s to your Facebook friends list.
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They will want you to send money for therapy'damages or for them not to go to the police. The truth is, in most cases the scammer will not follow through with this threat, because following through will cost him time and money.
If it has, and if you are able, then make a note of where it was collected from.
If it hasn't, then you can cancel the payment - and the sooner you do that the better.