Bitcoin Abuse Database

Report history for 15KquhG7RGkyXvEVT1aXLgPt4qgBEVe8rN

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Address 15KquhG7RGkyXvEVT1aXLgPt4qgBEVe8rN
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Latest ReportThu, 21 Oct 21 16:47:05 +0000
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Reports:

Date Abuse Type Description
Oct 16, 2021 blackmail scam Basic copy-paste blackmail scam.
Oct 16, 2021 blackmail scam Hello there! Unfortunately, there are some bad news for you. Around several months ago I have obtained access to your devices that you were using to browse internet. Subsequently, I have proceeded with tracking down internet activities of your
Oct 16, 2021 blackmail scam More of the same old Blah, Blah: "....Let's resolve it like this: All you need is $1450 USD transfer to my account (bitcoin equivalent based on exchange rate during your transfer), and after the transaction is successful, I will proceed to delete all that kinky stuff without delay. Afterwards, we can pretend that we have never met before. In addition, I assure you that all the harmful software will be deleted from all your devices. Be sure, I keep my promises...."
Oct 16, 2021 sextortion subject: You have an outstanding payment. Received: from [154.160.16.139] (port=38194) Received: from [138.204.187.179] (port=48288) Received: from c-98-243-190-246.hsd1.mi.comcast.net ([98.243.190.246]:48420) Received: from [178.86.102.155] (port=23718) Received: from [116.39.48.131] (port=41720) Received: from [170.81.185.59] (port=13614 helo=170.81.185.59.foxxprovider.com.br)
Oct 16, 2021 sextortion The usual stufff
Oct 16, 2021 blackmail scam Spoofed my email and is attempting to scam me.
Oct 16, 2021 sextortion I received an email from my same email address, which is suspicious. saying that they have all my info and videos and he asked for $1450 within 2 days, unless they will publish sex videos about me.
Oct 16, 2021 sextortion same mail as everyone
Oct 15, 2021 blackmail scam Received a clearly fake/scam email from someone claiming to have control of all my hardware and having taken all my "kinky" stuff. Considering they sent this threat to an email I almost never use, I never did anything like what is said, and I have no "kinky" stuff for them to find (not to mention I am not a moron), I know this was clearly fake. The email message was as follows (excluding personal details): Hello there! Unfortunately, there are some bad news for you. Around several months ago I have obtained access to your devices that you were using to browse internet. Subsequently, I have proceeded with tracking down internet activities of yours. Below, is the sequence of past events: In the past, I have bought access from hackers to numerous email accounts (today, that is a very straightforward task that can be done online). Clearly, I have effortlessly logged in to email account of yours (j***********.com). A week after that, I have managed to install Trojan virus to Operating Systems of all your devices that are used for email access. Actually, that was quite simple (because you were clicking the links in inbox emails). All smart things are quite straightforward. (>_<) (OMITTED MUCH MORE HERE, CANT FIT WHOLE EMAIL) Let's resolve it like this: All you need is $1450 USD transfer to my account (bitcoin equivalent based on exchange rate during your transfer), and after the transaction is successful, I will proceed to delete all that kinky stuff without delay. Afterwards, we can pretend that we have never met before. In addition, I assure you that all the harmful software will be deleted from all your devices. Be sure, I keep my promises. (Much more in email but cannot fit in this box but you get the idea)
Oct 15, 2021 ransomware ransomeware email. Subject: "You have an outstanding payment."