Bitcoin Abuse Database

Report history for 1AiBJcWZYQrz5Z9S9X7nYNueznU7iU5V5h

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Address1AiBJcWZYQrz5Z9S9X7nYNueznU7iU5V5h
Report Count35
Latest ReportSun, 21 Apr 19 11:46:21 +0000
(15 hours ago)
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Reports:

Date Abuse Type Abuser Description
Apr 21, 2019 blackmail scam 35646.com Received email basically saying that they have have control of my computer and they have been observing my activity.
Apr 21, 2019 blackmail scam <redacted> Reported to the Internet Storm Center (https://isc.sans.edu) as a blackmail campaign
Apr 18, 2019 sextortion 89.236.202.127 sextortion - demanding money or will release video - not a very smart person - thinks spoofing an email domain is difficult - it fails spf checks and ends up in junk. Sender ip is 89.236.202.127 in uzbekistan - go have some fun folks
Apr 18, 2019 sextortion somecunt Pretending to have control of my email and computer and pretends to have a video of me "pleasuring myself" with a threat to show it to all my social media contacts unless I pay them in bitcoin - my friends would love it tbh - who wouldn't. Exceptional public service offered here......by a twat
Apr 17, 2019 blackmail scam blackmail email scam standard blackmail email scam
Apr 17, 2019 blackmail scam was spoofing to be my own email address Multiple (4) emails with this Wallet address. Wanting 700$ in bitcoin or they would release a compromising video. They say they infected my computer and my O365 email account.
Apr 16, 2019 blackmail scam Received: from cnkcvii ([136.197.65.21]) by 14024.com ...You can prevent me from doing this. To stop me, transfer exactly 700$ with the current (BTC) BITCOIN price, to my bitcoin address...
Apr 16, 2019 sextortion spoofed my e-mail Poorly worded ransomware from someone who does not know what a spell checker is. He's using the commonly accessed database where Gmail was hacked about 7 years ago, where millions of old passwords were dumped on the web. Everyone now and then some little Russian momma's boy decides to send out spams claiming they he has videos of you that he's going to send to all of your friends unless you pay him. The one I received today was wanting $700. HAHAHA - nice try loser. This is just a scam - of course they don't have any videos or anything else. All they have is a text file of millions of old email accounts and outdated passwords that is readily available to anyone who wants to download it.
Apr 16, 2019 blackmail scam spoofed my e-mail Poorly worded ransomware from someone who does not know what a spell checker is. He's using the commonly accessed database where Gmail was hacked about 7 years ago, where millions of old passwords were dumped on the web. Everyone now and then some little Russian momma's boy decides to send out spams claiming they he has videos of you that he's going to send to all of your friends unless you pay him. The one I received today was wanting $700. HAHAHA - nice try loser. This is just a scam - of course they don't have any videos or anything else. All they have is a text file of millions of old email accounts and outdated passwords that is readily available to anyone who wants to download it.
Apr 16, 2019 sextortion Anonymous You can prevent me from doing this. To stop me, transfer exactly 700$ with the current (BTC) BITCOIN price, to my bitcoin address. If you do not know how to do this, Google - "How to buy Bitcoin". The wallet you can create here: www.login.blockchain.com/en/#/signup/ - to receive and send BTC. My bitcoin adress is: 1AiBJcWZYQrz5Z9S9X7nYNueznU7iU5V5h