Also that they were 22 year old female and they have this private webcam show that their friends talked them into or something.

They give you a website and if you go to it it will prompt you for your credit card information. Thankfully I recognized it the second time and didn't fall for it quite as badly.

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Rule number 2 was that angelgirl123 and bustylusty4u and similarly provocative ids were all bots, who wanted you to click on links.

Still, I'm not sure if they are actually bots though as they are able to hold up somewhat of a conversation.

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