NBI Raids Cybersex Call Center Alleged Selling Porn Sites

NBI Raids Cybersex Call Center Alleged Selling Porn Sites

In response to Malacañang’s vow to end trafficking involving children and minors for online sex abuse in the country, the National Bureau of Investigation conducted a raid in Sta. Mesa tuesday night followed by another raid in Quezon City the day after.

NBI Raids Call center

In a report by GMA News, NBI arrested 20 people in a raid conducted last Tuesday evening at an establishment in Sta. Mesa. These people arrested are said to be involved in recruiting “call center” agents, mostly minors ages 15 years old and below. Recruited minors are offered Php 5,000 to up to Php 30,000 a week to act as models to chat with foreigners from the US, Astralia, UK and other countries using pre-recorded porn videos of Filipinas.

The next day, Wednesday, NBI raided a “call center” in Anonas, Quezon City suspected to be operating a cybersex den. Similar to Tuesday’s raid, these call center agents are paid to up to Php 30,000 per week to have sex chats with customers abroad.

Authorities are now investigating if there’s a connection between the 2 similar establishments raided. NBI’s technical experts are now conducting “live forensics” on the computers seized, to pull up any usable information against the establishments.

Watch the video report on the Tuesday raid on the video below. [via]

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