A warning about scammers this time of year

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A warning about scammers this time of year

Postby koimaster » December 10th 2017, 11:10pm

I have received numerous phishing emails but this takes the cake. By the way, if you receive some bullshit like this, delete it. His routine email is loaded with mistakes and hopes it reached someone that actually looked at porn. It also assumes you were using a laptop or system that has a camera (in red). Email lists are all over the net and easy to source. The one he refers to forwards to the admin account which is where he should have sent an email if he was in fact "planting malware". He would also have to get past the firewalls I have in place and other premium protection.

This ape cannot access information on this site, it is secure period. This is not vertical scope nor watchgeeks. There is a three layer protection blanket on this forum aside from my checking on new registrations. TZ-UK does not allow registrations after midnight nor from some countries. The same with WL. If you have any doubts about an email, hit replay and the actual email address that was the origin will show up in almost 99% of the time.

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You do not know me and this does not matter right now

I guess i dont have good news for you

I setup an small malvware in a adult webiste (porn video website) and you accessed the video (you know what im talking about).

While you were watching the videos to have some fun (ok, i dont blame you) my virus start to work as a RDP (remote desktop) along with a keylogger and i had full access to your screen and camera.

My small malvware also collected your contacts (from email, social network, etc...)

After this i started to record your screen and your camera at the same time. So i created an double-screen video (half side your camera watching porn and half side your screen).

As you might be thinking i had a lot of trouble doing all this.

You might be worried at this point but dont be, its simple to fix all this mess, all you have to do is pay me U$350, this value is enough to keep our little secret safe.

You will make my payment through Bitcoin (if you dont know how to buy Bitcoin search on google, its fast and easy, i recommend localbitcoins).

The Bitcoin address you have to send the money is: 1MHvjyHCTB4rZMDoLXTSeP6LkXi9xNAypT

You only have 24 hours to send my money after reading this e-mail (i put an special tracking pixel in this message and i will know when you read it).

If i do not receive my Bitcoins i will send your double-screen video to all contacts that i collected from you (including friends, co-workers, family).

If you are wise enough and send my money all the material will be deleted and you will not hear from me again.

Clock is ticking....

PS: If you do not believe answer this message with "I DONT BELIEVE" and i will send your video to 3 contacts i collected from you.


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Re: A warning about scammers this time of year

Postby 3Flushes » December 10th 2017, 11:29pm

It sure is cool to know how on top of the security around here you are, man. I got one of these (not from this POS) and I knew it was BS right away because I'm old school; I get my smut at 2AM from the dirty bookstore in the next county.
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Re: A warning about scammers this time of year

Postby tiktok » December 10th 2017, 11:32pm

Just FedEx me your Patek and all is well.
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Re: A warning about scammers this time of year

Postby svaglic » December 11th 2017, 6:37am

If you forward the scam to Bitcoin, will they shut his account down?
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Re: A warning about scammers this time of year

Postby TemerityB » December 11th 2017, 7:43am

Somebody better warn conj, and pronto. :wink:
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Re: A warning about scammers this time of year

Postby conjurer » December 11th 2017, 10:14am

TemerityB wrote:Somebody better warn conj, and pronto. :wink:

Does this mean that www.Cabrioletablelegupthebung.net has been hacked??
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Re: A warning about scammers this time of year

Postby gerdson » December 11th 2017, 11:13am

Dang. Seems that site has been hacked. :twisted:
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Re: A warning about scammers this time of year

Postby biglove » December 11th 2017, 8:31pm

Crafty little scam.
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Re: A warning about scammers this time of year

Postby SynMike » December 11th 2017, 9:03pm

Scams abound these days. Someone from Indonesia logged into my daughter's bank account last week and took her last $1400. We sent her money so she can buy her boys their xmas gifts. Bastards. Last night someone gave my buddy a fake bank draft and towed away his $70,000 Chevelle.
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