Bitcoin Abuse Database

Report history for 1EwCEJr5JwpafZx11dcXDtX5QSPJvzth17

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Address1EwCEJr5JwpafZx11dcXDtX5QSPJvzth17
Report Count112
Latest ReportMon, 29 Jul 19 15:26:44 +0000
(4 months ago)
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Reports:

Date Abuse Type Abuser Description
Jul 15, 2019 ransomware saveyourself and saveyourself71 It's amazing that someone will lazy like this ... who sent me blackmail e-mail twice using 2 different sender e-mail addresses. He copied and pasted the exact content in both e-mail. Yeah right, I'll pay both of them. If you want to blackmail, at least show some work or effort, At least I'll pay for your hard work. But I won't pay a lazy guy like this. If you want more money, please get an additional job and work harder instead
Jul 15, 2019 ransomware saveyourself an untalented person who as no hacking skill trying to pretend a hacker. if someone has taken control of my pc, he will have no need to email me ... simply pop up a dialog or notepad to talk to me. and why he can pick up my outdated password but not just use my current password to login to my bank/credit card account to take my money. just some stupid jerk who has no talent and not even able to perform a fake hack properly
Jul 15, 2019 ransomware Saveyourself55 Using an old password trying to ask for ransom, because he claims that he has taken control of my computer. Yeah right
Jul 14, 2019 blackmail scam Save Yourself Mr. "Save Yourself". You promised me that if I don't pay the ransom in 3 days you will put my footage on social media. It's been over a week now, where are my footage? I want to be popular and get rich. You can't even do the damage you claimed. If you do, I'll pay 3 times the bitcoin amount you asked. How much? I think you copied and pasted all your blackmail e-mail and ask for $900 bitcoin, right?
Jul 14, 2019 ransomware Saveyourself Someone picked up an old password trying to fake he has hacked my PC and ask for ransom. The thing is this person can't even tell my name. How does he know I've (or not) paid the bitcoin amount he asked for?
Jul 14, 2019 ransomware saveyourself Saw the other report mentioned "good hackers". I'm not sure if there are good hacker, but this "saveyourself" person is not even a hacker. This person doesn't even have the capability to hack. He simply fond an old password lists from a trashed hard drive and use them to send to people to fake he has hacked PC. This saveyourself person definitely gave hacker a bad name
Jul 14, 2019 ransomware saveyourself36 Forget the blackmail e-mail. If someone has the capability to remote control your PC and yet need to beg you for a ransom, it's a lie. The person could use your other online/bank passwords to directly get the (and even more) money
Jul 14, 2019 ransomware blackmail ransom he managed to fool me and I paid them, no reply as expected..,i had to spend extra funds to hire some crypto expert GOODHACKERS (at) protonmail (dot) com, they where only able to recover 79% of my bitcoin.
Jul 14, 2019 blackmail scam [email protected] drive by exploit scam. classic using my current mac password etc like the other's describe.
Jul 14, 2019 ransomware saveyourself Didn't noticed so many reports until I searched the bit coin id and found this page. I will definitely ignore such e-mail from now on