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Email extortionists threatening to release your sex tape









Scammers are circulating a new email scam campaign claiming that hey have a sex tape of you, and if you do not send them a $1,500 in bitcoins they will release it.

The extortion email sent states that the extortionists had intercourse with you a long time ago and had secretly recorded everything, apart from that they even stole all your passwords and contact lists while you were in the bathroom.

The email further specify that they will delete everything about you once you send them $1,500 in bitcoins, and will never hear from them again.

But, the receiver of this mail should not worry, as it is just a scam and the senders do not have any tape sex tape of you.  Therefore, you should not send them any money or be worried that it is true.


Surprised? 

I have yet another surprise for you, our intercourse video. 

Yes, you read it right. We had intercourse quite a long time back, and I recorded a video of it. Not just the video, I even saved all your passwords, contact lists and everything. I did all of this when you were in the bathroom, trying to clean yourself. 

Trust me, I can fcuk up your life if I want to. 

I am not an evil individual, it's just that, I need some money and I am certain you can help me with it. 

So here is the non-negotiable deal. You send me $1500, and I will delete everything I have about you. You will not ever ever hear from me. 

Send the money to my bitcoin (BTC) address. Search Google (How to buy bitcoin), if you do not know how to send bitcoin. 

Address: 
[id]

Darling, the address is case-sensitive, so it is better to copy and paste it. 

If I do not get the bitcoins within one day, I promise, I will: 

1. Send our intercourse video to all of your contacts. 
2. I will leave our intercourse DVD to your neighbors (I know where you reside), and a copy for your nice family as well. 
3. I will NOT let you live your life, as simple as that. I will keep coming back. 

For the apparent reason, I can not tell you my personal name, but yes, I can tell you one thing that, it was a long, long time back darling.

According to the BleepingComputer, the bitcoin address associated with the above email had not received any payments as of today.  

Unfortunately, the bitcoin address cannot be provided due to privacy concern of the person who shared the email. 

Bitcoin Ransom Of $950,000 Paid To Kidnappers For An American Man Who’s Still Missing!


Bitcoin Ransom Of $950,000 Paid To Kidnappers For An American Man Who’s Still Missing







A Bitcoin ransom of $950,000 was demanded by the kidnappers in exchange for a United States’ businessman. Despite having paid it the abducted man is still missing.


The missing man, who was the owner of an online gambling platform, has been identified as William Sean Creighton Kopko.



The man had gone missing in Costa Rica, where last September, reportedly he was wrested unawares.



All around 12 persons were arrested by the Spanish and Costa Rican police, in relation with the aforementioned kidnapping.



The family of Kopko had to pay the much demanded ransom of bitcoin worth $950K , after which the kidnappers cut the communication.



The kidnappers under suspicion absconded to Cuba, suddenly and returned to Spain in early November of 2018.



These suspects then rented an apartment and that’s when they got arrested in Zaragoza, Spain.



Tech savvy criminals have always been keen on crypto-currency and hence the harvesting of bitcoin has always been a thing.



Also, sometime earlier criminals posing as students willing to learn about bitcoin tortured a man into revealing their passwords to crypto-currency accounts.



There have been recent cases wherein, in exchange for kidnapped wives and other important entities, crypto-currency has been asked for.



Apparently, demanding bitcoins as ransom has become the latest thing.