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So I just received a random "hi xox" message from a random person on PSN. The conversation didn't evolve correctly once I showed signs of pushback.

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Multiple anonymous people on the Scamner page dedicated to Fling have indicated that this is, in fact, a scam.Normally, I’d ignore them (as they were on my partner’s Xbox Live profile), but we’d encountered a similar set of messages on Play Station Network earlier the same evening.These accounts weren’t just spamming him, they were sending somewhat explicit messages in an attempt to entice him to join a private webcam chat with a 22- or 23-year-old woman, depending on which of the six porn bots he engaged with. If you’re unfamiliar, Play Station Network (PSN) and Xbox Live (XBL) both have messaging platforms that allow users to interact with one another.It’s a bit ungainly to type on a controller, but they have (or if chat is enabled), children could be susceptible to receiving these messages and risking exposure to pornographic content before they’re old enough to understand what they’re looking at.The messages started fairly benign, and we immediately knew what we were dealing with based on language alone.It was stilted and misspelled, and while that’s a common issue when typing with a controller, this didn’t feel like your average PSN user.

So, in the name of research, we continued our engagement, genuinely curious about where the porn bot would send us.

This one didn’t end up sending us anywhere, as we inadvertently shut down the conversation with a flippant remark about “not playing competitive” in response to a “do you want to have good time” comment. On to the next one.“They will ask for your credit card information and say they will send you a sexy video of them.

It’s a scam, they won’t send the video,” said Reddit user Backdoor Alex2.

It’s a con, designed to get you clicking on something to make the person that produced it a bit a cash.

According to Reddit readers, via Games Radar, Xbox Live and PSN users are getting targeted by "college girls" looking to chat.

My older son has a more visible account, but it doesn’t accept messages.