And because there were two of us, we thought we would look out for each other.
Three days later we agreed to meet him outside the local McDonalds because it was a crowded area and we didn't want to meet him anywhere that was too quiet.
We didn't tell anyone about what we were going to do, we just thought it would be a laugh.
He gave us his mobile number so we could call him when we arrived there.
At 8.00pm we were approaching McDonalds where we saw two men standing around looking like they were waiting for someone.
We stayed back and rang the mobile number we were given.
When we did this we saw one of the men answer his phone.
We knew straight away that these men were waiting for us.
First of all there were two of them and they were not 19, they looked more like in their 40s.
We both got really scared and ran home.
One of the guys kept ringing me to see where we were so I turned my phone off.
He kept phoning for a couple of days, then he stopped. I didn't feel too worried because he didn't know where we lived.
The reason I'm telling my story is that I want other young people to know about the dangers of chatrooms.
My friend and I put ourselves in a very dangerous situation but luckily we were Ok.
From our experience we urge everyone not to give out any personal information about yourself in chatrooms.
And definitely do not arrange to meet anyone, because you just don't know who you've been talking to."
'Sandra', 16, Middlesbrough
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