Bitcoin Abuse Database

Report history for 19p63VSjmRLPNP34ASWPEixUDYhvGQxTFK

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Latest ReportSun, 17 Feb 19 20:44:38 +0000
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Date Abuse Type Abuser Description
Feb 6, 2019 blackmail scam unknown emailer Standard blackmail email: wants $1000 to not send compromising videos to contacts. Spoofed my email address to try to convince me that my email has been hacked.
Feb 5, 2019 blackmail scam came from our own hacked email He claims to have porno videos through a hacked webcam (sent to a company email accessed only through computers without webcams) and threatens to send them out to entire contact list unless he is given 1k USD through bitcoin to this wallet.
Feb 5, 2019 blackmail scam Spoofed "from" address to match recipient; envelope-from with SPF pass Standard alleged password-crack webcam-recording ransom note. Claimed to have a tracking pixel (but no remote content was in the message). Demanded $1k.
Feb 5, 2019 blackmail scam This bitcoin address was specified in a blackmail scam email originating from
Feb 5, 2019 blackmail scam Unknown Claimed to have video of user watching porn, asked for $1k.
Feb 5, 2019 ransomware X-Sender-Info: <[email protected]> My Bitcoin wallet Address: 19p63VSjmRLPNP34ASWPEixUDYhvGQxTFK (It is cAsE sensitive, so copy and paste it) Important: You have 48 hour in order to make the payment. (I’ve a unique pixel in this e mail, and at this moment I know that you have read through this email message). To track the reading of a message and the actions in it, I use the facebook pixel. Thanks to them. (Everything that is used for the authorities can help us.) If I do not get the BitCoins, I will certainly send out your video recording to all of your contacts including relatives, coworkers, and so on.
Feb 5, 2019 blackmail scam [email protected] Abuser has allegedly hacked my e-mail and recorded me "watching adult videos (porn)". Imbecile.
Feb 5, 2019 blackmail scam X-Sender: [email protected] "i have video of you watching porn and will send to everyone" type message. you think he'd use a unique bitcoin address each time at least to pretend he knows who sent the money. The email headers gave me this: X-Sender: [email protected]
Feb 5, 2019 blackmail scam Ransomware blackmailing. This dude says he has been recording myself and all passwords typed.
Feb 5, 2019 blackmail scam Not identified. Used my email address as return address The emailer wrote that they were a hacker and hacked my account. They said they had websites I watched Porn on and used malware and with key logger and RDP took control and turned on webcam to record me. They wanted $1000 in bit coin at the address above to not release it to contacts. I checked the email source text they sent and found the email was from, so it didn't come from my "hacked" account but this IP address from, ISP is Liquid Web L.L.C. Lansing Michigan.