The government's internet child protection agency has warned of an increasing number of teenagers being approached online to perform sex shows on webcams.
Five Live Report's Phil Kemp investigated two teenagers' experiences.
Nick was 16 when he set up a personal profile on Faceparty, a social networking website - something an estimated nine out of 10 teenagers now do.
It wasn't long before people he didn't know were getting in touch and asking him to go on his webcam.
"They said: 'I could pay you if you want.' I was like, 'OK, fair enough.' If there's a bit of money involved, there's a bit of incentive."
As with many other teenagers, Nick's computer and his webcam are in his bedroom.
These cameras that film you at your desk often come built-in with new computers or you can buy them separately for under £10.
"The Xbox 360 had just come out and games were about 50 quid.
"I was thinking, 'If I could do this on a regular basis, I could have a lot of games'."
How many fo you helped this person get a '360!?
imagine how much webcaming you'd have to do to get a PS3 :O