If you think you're being groomed don't worry about getting in trouble – you haven't done anything wrong.
If anyone is making you feel uncomfortable because they're saying or doing sexual things to you, you should tell someone what is happening.
Talk to a Childline counsellor – they'll always try to help you.
And there are ways that you can report your concern.
Ask the person to stop As a first step, you might want to deal with the situation yourself.
So it's important to be really careful and not trust people online if you can't be sure who they are.
Sometimes the person might pretend to be like you and have the same interests or problems as you.
They will speak to the website to try and get it removed. But if you need support, you can speak to one of our counsellors for free.
It's important to remember that there isn't one 'type' of groomer.
If someone is an abuser, they might be nice to you, give you their attention and buy you presents. Once you start to trust them more, they might try to start to turn your relationship into something more sexual.