I met a girl online said she was 28 start texting find out she's 27 be 28 on the 25 we send naked picture of each other we both live in nc
In Short...DONT DO IT. If she lied about her age, you could still get in trouble...not worth exchanging a few naked pictures.
Your question implies that you may be a victim of the "Underage Girl Scam".
Here's how it works:
1. You are on some kind of adult dating or chat site -- either heterosexual or gay-- where a person says they are over 18, and either sends you (or lures you into sending them) sexy pictures.
2. Then they say that they are actually 16, or 14, or some other age under 18.
3. Next, the "father", the "mother" or a "detective" calls or texts you and demands money to keep them from filing charges. Often, the money is supposed to replace a smashed phone, computer, or something else . . . even a car that the "minor" wrecked while going to meet up with you.
4. The tip-off is that they want a MoneyGram, iStore credit, money order, or gift cards BUT NOT cash or checks.
5. Don't send gift cards. Don't send Western Union money. There is no minor child, no father, no mother, no detective, no wrecked car, no damaged garage door, and no ruined computer.
6. You are not alone. Questions about this scam come up several times a week here on AVVO.
7. Just to be clear: THIS IS A SCAM. THIS SCAM HAS BEEN GOING ON FOR YEARS. THERE IS NO FATHER, NO GIRL, NO FBI, NO DETECTIVE, NO COUNSELING, NO THERAPY, and NO EARLY TERMINATION FEES ON THE PHONE.
8. The best thing to do is block the number and ignore them. You can report them to the police for fraud and extortion, but without an ID that is a dead end. They use "burner" phones and spoof caller ID.
9. If you want to fool around with them, offer to send a check, or offer to meet them somewhere with cash. They WILL NOT give you their name or address, and will not meet with you. Moneypak, Western Union, Walmart gift cards, and the like are all ANONYMOUS ways to receive money, and the scammers will not identify themselves or they would risk being arrested for EXTORTION.
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As you already figured out from my colleagues, this is a common scam. Pay nothing. If you do it will only encourage them to keep coming back to demand more.
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