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Roy Sinclair, from the National Crime Agency's (NCA) anti-kidnap and extortion unit, said: "There is huge under-reporting of these kinds of offences, often because victims feel ashamed or embarrassed, but of course criminals are relying on that reaction in order to succeed."This is why we are launching this new campaign.We want victims and potential victims to know how they can protect themselves and to understand what to do if they are targeted."This is still a relatively new and emerging crime type, so the NCA and police are working with the Home Office to get a more accurate picture of the true scale."The campaign includes a film aimed at helping victims to recognise an approach and providing online advice.Grantham was born in Camberwell, London, the son of Adelaide (née Flinders) and Walter William Grantham (1915–1998).
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He also played a signals sergeant in episode 12 of the mini TV series The Jewel in the Crown.
He also wrote a play entitled A Reason To Live, which won the Gloucester Drama Festival award for best original play.
They weren't going to bluff me."Even if I was happily married, which I'm not - I'm single, so it can't affect anybody."Even if I had thousands of pounds I wouldn't have paid them a penny. Most of the UK victims are men aged 18-24, the eldest was 82 and the youngest 14. Police have issued advice to victims, urging them not to pay or panic, but to shut down their social media accounts and report what has happened.