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If it wasn't 100% essential then we wouldn't be telling you to do it. If you have paid, check to see if the money has been collected. Make a note of the scammer's details so they can be reported in order to help protect others.If it has, then there's nothing you can do to get it back. The sooner you do that the better, but if it makes you feel more secure then you can hold back on cancelling it until you've completed the steps. Skype name, Facebook URL, any photos that were sent and the details you're given to send the money to will be useful in alerting others.
Armed with this, the scammer needs just two programs.
The more information we have on the scammer, the more able we are to help others from falling into the same trap.
These scammers can target 40 or so people a day with the same script, so they won't know who posted their details up.
What we're looking to do is get the video removed if they posted one, block the scammer from all avenues of contact and set up an alert in case the video ever does resurface.
The last step is purely a precaution, but it's worth doing for peace of mind.