WASHINGTON -- If you're looking for love online, you may want to take a cue from Taylor Swift and "Never, ever" get into sexual conversations online.
The FBI this week put out a nationwide warning about a new dating extortion scam. Investigators say unsuspecting victims start talking to someone on dating websites. The two eventually start sending sexual messages, and, before you know it, the scammers post those messages, your name and your picture on a website saying you're a cheater.
The extortionists then want you to pay $99 to have it all removed. But, even if you pay, they never take down any of the material.
It's not known how many people have fallen for it. The FBI says women over the age of 40 who are divorced are the usual target.