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Report history for 13uCD6rjcrVjNjtueFpcnpDXi6REPfkMJQ

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Address 13uCD6rjcrVjNjtueFpcnpDXi6REPfkMJQ
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Latest ReportTue, 28 Apr 20 12:55:16 +0000
(2 years ago)

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Reports:

Date Abuse Type Description
Apr 28, 2020 ransomware Purchase seemed okay, then after 2 days, I received an email from deliverysexpress.com saying my package had been detained by customs in NYC, and they needed me to pay $300 for "insurance" that would be "refunded" after delivery. If I paid the insurance, they would send me a 6-digit code to complete the transaction with the seller. They got extremely hostile when I asked for documentation, leading to a final flustered response that I was "too stupid and didn't pay us any money so stop asking for a refund." They refused every attempt I made at verification or documentation. I lost my initial $160, but at least they didn't get any more out of me. It smelled rotten right away.
Apr 26, 2019 blackmail scam Acts like everything is okay then pretends like your products are seized at customs and demand $600 for it and I know I'm not the first person to encounter this.
Feb 13, 2019 blackmail scam Dexpress.org. Both are scammers
Jan 20, 2019 blackmail scam Same as other reveiwer, got caught for second payment then they asked for a third and I didn't pay third time, realized it was scam at that point luckily.
Oct 29, 2018 blackmail scam Ordered via researchemicalworld.com with guaranteed within Europe shipment. (so no import duties). Then I got an urgent mail / call stating that I need a license to import this. Is a one time fee, and then all will be done properly. I paid this via BTC. Then the next step was the insurance needed to be increased to make sure customs process it without problems. This would be refunded after delivery. Then suddenly there was an illegal substance found in the package, and I needed to cut a deal with the customs (through dexpress.org) in order for them to drop the case. So far so good, then it was going to be another bit of money for the processing etc. After that was done, I was "unlucky" and the head of customs demanded money for his final seal. Yes I am to blame for being scammed. Was a rough weekend, and this just slept under the my normal sceptical radar :-) Looks like this address is a bitcoin tumbler.