Bitcoin Abuse Database

Report history for 15ZHnf1MPn6ybb8yUeAoCQ1AJtiKhg3NrP

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Latest ReportThu, 30 May 19 00:56:38 +0000
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Date Abuse Type Abuser Description
Nov 1, 2018 ransomware No name Same as all the other reports.. What an asshole
Nov 1, 2018 ransomware not sure I'm a programmer who cracked your email account and device about half year ago.....wants 876$
Nov 1, 2018 blackmail scam IP address The Abuser is using hacked passwords from and alleging that they have the router and computers and uploaded the contents of disk to remote server. Asking for $975 to not bother again.
Nov 1, 2018 blackmail scam Con't know Classic fake scam : I have bad news for you. 06/28/2018 - on this day I hacked your operating system and got full access to your account blah blah blah The crook wants money. Do not mind him
Nov 1, 2018 ransomware Unknown I'm a programmer who cracked your email account.....
Nov 1, 2018 blackmail scam IP address (probably forged) Claimed malware installed on my computer because the sender had my email address and a password (which was in a data base on a hacked website). Demanded payment of $825 in Bitcoins or salacious material on my computer would be emailed to my contact list and my computer would be locked.
Nov 1, 2018 blackmail scam unknown programmer This continues to happen from various BitCoin accounts. They have hacked my email. They have my password to some website I visited. They installed malware and screen shots from adult content websites I supposedly visited that they will send to my contacts. They typically do ransomware but graciously decided to just have me pay varying amounts from $603 to the latest $852. I have 48 hours or else. I began getting these about two months ago and I’m still here.
Nov 1, 2018 blackmail scam (unknown []) Scam Email origin: (unknown [])
Nov 1, 2018 blackmail scam My email address Blackmail for money $895.00
Nov 1, 2018 ransomware Unknown Same thing as before, old password to something else and a legacy e-mail address I rarely use. Although they're upping the price and getting greedy. The first one asked for $700 in bitcoin. This one is asking for $955. As usual, don't pay it. It's a scam. They have nothing on you.