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Beware of "Romania Malicious Program and Videotape" Scam

2018-03-14T15:08:25 -  +
Beware of "Romania Malicious Program and Videotape" Scam

Online users, do not be tricked by the fake email below, from a so-called Romanian scammer who claims he has installed a malicious program on your operating system (OS). The sender of the fake email is attempting to frighten and trick his potential victims into sending him money or Bitcoins by claiming he has a videotape of them in a compromising position. The scammer claims he recorded the video using a malicious program he installed on the recipients' computers, but that is not true. Therefore, recipients of the same email (see below), are asked to delete it and should not be frightened by it because it is a fake.

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The "Romania Malicious Program and Videotape" Scam

From: Pervert [mail@gammonterra.net]

Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2018 8:49 PM

Subject: I hope you will remember the lesson

Good morning.

Dont pay attention on my grammar, Im from Romania.

We installed our malicious program onto your OS.

Then I thiefted all private information from your OS. Additionally I have a little bit more compromising evidence.

The most amusing evidence which I thieftend- its a videotape with your w**king.

I put deleterious soft on a p**n page and then you downloaded it. The moment you decided with the video and pressed play button, my malicious software at once loaded on your Operating System.

After setup, your camera shoot the videotape with you mast**bating, furthermore software captured precisely the p**n video you mas***bated on. In next week my malicious software grabbed all your social media and email contacts.

If you wish to eliminate the records- pay me 225 euro in Bitcoins.

Here is my Bitcoin address - 15LoX7MNH8UaJfVgmCQNq5bc15fzGkmsCy

You have 24 hours to go since now. If I get transfer I will eliminate the videotape forever. Other way I will send the video to all your friends.

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