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Glenn –

Victim Location 66205

Type of a scam Phishing

I received this email, using an old password, which has been redacted:


Lyle Lem Sat, Jul 14, 2018 at 2:28 PM

To: "[email redacted]"

I won’t beat around the bush. I am aware [redacted] is your password. More importantly, I do know about your secret and I’ve evidence of it. You do not know me personally and nobody paid me to look into you.

It’s just your hard luck that I came across your blunder. Let me tell you, I actually setup a malware on the adult video clips (porno) and you visited this web site to have fun (you know what I mean). While you were busy watching video clips, your browser began working as a Rdp (Remote control desktop) having a key logger which provided me with accessibility to your screen and also cam. After that, my software gathered all your contacts from messenger, facebook, as well as e-mail.

Next, I gave in much more time than I probably should’ve into your life and made a two screen video. First part shows the video you were viewing and other part displays the recording from your webcam (its you doing dirty things).

Frankly, I want to forget everything about you and let you move on with your regular life. And my goal is to provide you two options that can achieve that. The two choices either to ignore this letter, or perhaps pay me $1900. Let us explore above 2 options in details.

Option 1 is to ignore this email. Let us see what is going to happen if you take this path. I will definately send out your video recording to all of your contacts including close relatives, co-workers, and so on. It doesn’t shield you from the humiliation your self will face when friends and family find out your unpleasant videos from me.

Option 2 is to send me $1900. We’ll name it my “confidentiality charges”. Now let me tell you what happens if you choose this path. Your secret remains your secret. I’ll erase the recording immediately. You keep your routine life as though none of this ever happened.

Now you may be thinking, “I should call the cops”. Let me tell you, I’ve taken steps to make sure that this email cannot be tracked back to me and it won’t stay away from the evidence from destroying your lifetime. I’m not seeking to steal all your savings. I am just looking to get paid for the time I placed into investigating you. Let’s assume you have chosen to make this all go away and pay me my confidentiality fee. You will make the payment via Bitcoins (if you don’t know how, search "how to buy bitcoins" on google search)

Required Amount: $1900

Bitcoin Address to Send to: 1QL7PkK8o38tKZHuHyqgd66rYDx8MHV5FT

(It is CASE sensitive, so copy and paste it)

Tell nobody what you will be transferring the bitcoin for or they may not sell it to you. The method to acquire bitcoin may take a couple of days so do not procrastinate.

I have a specific pixel in this email message, and right now I know that you’ve read this email. You now have 48 hours to make the payment. If I don’t receive the BitCoin, I definitely will send your video recording to all of your contacts including members of your family, coworkers, and so forth. You better come up with an excuse for friends and family before they find out. Having said that, if I do get paid, I’ll destroy the video immediately. It’s a non-negotiable offer, thus kindly do not ruin my personal time and yours. Your time is running out.

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