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Date Abuse Type Abuser Description
Jul 22, 2019 blackmail scam SaveYourself65 Got an e-mail from this guy showing one of my outdated password (haven't used it for 5+ years), why not showing a more recent password, seems that he doesn't really know much. He says he has recorded my data and will put them on the web. Not sure what kind of data. I wonder if he know my bank account password of credit card info, does he need to blackmail me for $900 bitcoin? I read some reports here and I agree what to do; i.e. I forwarded his e-mail to the police, and I will not pay.
Jul 22, 2019 ransomware Save Yourself Wow. I'm sure that I will not trust a criminal who's blackmailing me and he will delete the data if I've paid. What I'm also concern is if I should trust bitcoin ...
Jul 22, 2019 ransomware save yourself This person show up in an e-mail with an old password but nothing more he can tell about me. Means that he's either an owner of a website (so that he has a password/user e-mail list), or he got that list from a website owner; e.g. from a chucked hard drive. He will never show your real name because he can't risk the identity of the password list in case the name was a fake name (username is an info he can't verify), then the user will tell which website the list was from ... or he doesn't really have any of your data (including your name) more than just your e-mail address and 1 old password.
Jul 22, 2019 blackmail scam saveyourself If you want to blackmail someone, find the rich and famous people. I'm poor and nobody, I will rather you post my stuff on the web than paying you the $900 bitcoin that I wish I can have. You can't even tell how poor I am. Do you know anything about me from the data you've recorded, or you've actually got nothing?
Jul 22, 2019 blackmail scam save yourself Forwarded the e-mail to the police. Not sure if they will do anything. One thing I'm sure that this person will not get any bitcoin from me. If he does, it will be only trouble from the police.
Jul 22, 2019 blackmail scam saveyourself65 Never pay him anything. So far I've never seen any personal data has posted on the web by this guy. He has nothing.
Jul 22, 2019 blackmail scam save yourself I recommend ignore this person. Who has no proof showing he can really hack. The only 1 thing he has is an old password, period. If someone has hacked and put a malware on your PC, he doesn't need to delete it. The only reason he "says" he's deleted it because he hasn't put anything on your PC to begin with, so that you won't able to find anything. Someone is capable to do this will easily find a good programming job and no need to beg for $900 bitcoin. One main thing: He has never mention your real name, because he never know who you are. Also means that even you pay the bitcoin, he won't be able to tell who has paid and who hasn't.
Jul 22, 2019 blackmail scam SaveYourself65 Come on! Today is the 4th time I've got the same e-mail (in a month) already! Don't you "claims" that you can tell if I've read your e-mail? I've all 4 of them. And I never pay you. If you have my data, please post them on the web and get the whole thing done already. Stop wasting people's time.
Jul 22, 2019 blackmail scam saveyourself Same old shit showing an old password and claims that he's got more, then ask for certain amount of bitcoin or he'll put my stuffs on line. Please, get some new idea, this is too old.
Jul 22, 2019 blackmail scam Save yourself Use an old password to draw my attention and pretend he's hacked my PC and recorded all my data, and threatened me that he will put my personal info on the internet. Beg for $900 bitcoin and he will delete all the data. If he being reasonable to ask for $2, may be I will consider paying (for his effort). Begging for $900 just getting 1 old password, learn some real hacking/computer skills first.