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quality=75&strip=all&w=620" / 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.
(but when she didn’t show up) I was called by a man with a Chinese accent.
Speaking Mandarin with a “Guangdong” accent, the man claimed to be a “Big Circle” gangster and demanded that Mr.
I transfer more i Tunes points if he wanted the girl to show up and give him sex. I tried to back out of the date gangsters would track him down and cut off his arm. I told Ming Pao that he went home to hide, and he did not report the alleged extortion to police in Richmond or Vancouver.
We Chat, which boasts nearly 300 million users, was criticised by China Central Television on Monday for allegedly allowing the widespread advertising of prostitution and unwillingly harming underage users.
“Weixin is a private social network, and users have control of who joins their friend list, who views their information and how others can find them online,” the company said in a statement. The statement added that users could report malicious content and that the company was “making efforts to clean up malicious accounts like pornographic and fraudulent ones to foster a healthy cyberspace.” Morning Life Reference, a weekday news programme on CCTV, first aired the allegations in an early morning broadcast on Monday, showing children in a military hospital for juvenile computer addicts in Beijing, whose mental health had allegedly worsened due to their exposure to explicit photos in unsolicited We Chat messages from sex workers.