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Traffickers come from all parts of society – every race, gender, and socio-economic group.


A common type is an attractive polished man (or woman) in their early 20s, who pretends to be a girlfriend or boyfriend to the intended target.


Criminal street gangs also play a significant role in trafficking, sometimes using associates with a less threatening appearance to build the initial relationship.


Fake employers also lure victims into sex trafficking with promises of modeling or other glamourous careers


Some victims are trafficked by their own family members or foster parents.


These individuals come from all parts of society.  Without buyers there would be no demand for sexual services and it would eliminate the scourge of sex trafficking.