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An Emergency! Please help!
Mon Aug 21, 2017 1:50am

This morning I woke up and I entered Facebook a little. I received a notification as a comment to my profile picture from Chris Van Cleef, which was so:

"We need to meet some day soon, Ioana CG"

I answered with: Maybe someday, Chris Van Cleef.

Then I entered Messenger. I had 2 messages from Chris. And this is the big problem.

Messages are:
"Hi there. What is your home address? I'm going to have my dad send you a gift that I think you will love."

"You deserve it for being such a loyal fan of my poppy (grand dad)".

My dear friends, here I need your help and advices. You know, I'm only a teenager and I heard a lot of stories about blackmail from strangers on social networks.

Or you know this? One stranger knows what I love and he try to blackmail me with something about that thing I love. Which is Lee Van Cleef.

I thought a lot about it. Maybe my birthday is coming and he want to give me a real gift, how he says?

Or it's a real danger?

I talked to my parents and they told me that it can be a danger, so I have to stay away from it.

I will wait for your answers!
Thanks. 💕

    • I would never give out my home address.Doc, Mon Aug 21 10:10pm
      In America, one could treat this type of situation by setting up a PO Box account (PO = Post Office). That way you can accept deliveries without disclosing your home address. I'm not sure your mail... more
    • Chris Van CleefTheokie, Mon Aug 21 7:19am
      Hello ioanna, I searched on Face Book for 'Chris Van Cleef' and it is a woman that lives in New York City. Whether CVC sent you that message or someone is impersonating her is open to question. You... more
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