Bad News For You Bitcoin Email Extortion Scam

Bad News For You Bitcoin Email Extortion Scam

If you have received "Bad News For You" extortion emails like the one below, please do not pay the ransom, just ignore the emails, because they are 100% fake. Password scam and extortion emails like the one below are being used to steal money. The extortion scams, call sextortion, are being used by online scammers who are attempting to frighten and trick their potential victims into sending them money via Bitcoin. But, do not send the thieves or tricksters your money because the same scammers have not infected your device with a Trojan horse virus, and do not have video clips or recordings of you watching porn from adult websites.

The Bitcoin Email Extortion Scam

Waiting for the payment. Attention Please.

Sun 11/1/2020 3:20 PM



I have got some bad news for you.

Two months ago, I have received access to all electronic devices you use for browsing the internet.

After that I have started tracking your entire web activity.

If you don't believe that I really got access to your email box, here is some persuasive evidence.

Your password at the time when this email was hacked: [password]

Now I am going to reveal to you how it happened:

I created a fake website of your email service ( and sent you an invitation for authorization.

You entered your email and current password.

That's how I got your login credentials and started using your email undetected.

After that I managed to easily install Trojan horse on the operating system of your device.

(You did that yourself, once you opened the file in one of the phishing letters that I have created in your email).

This virus provides me with access to all controllers on your device (camera, microphone, keyboard etc.).

Likewise, I have saved all your data, photos, videos, your social network credentials, chats and contacts.

This malicious software is updated on a regular basis, hereby it is almost impossible to detect it by various services and system administrators.

That's why I have been totally invisible for you for quite a long time.

Recently, I have figured out that you are a big fan of porn and enjoy watching "very specific hardcore movies".

I think you know what I mean...I have managed to edit a few clips, where you eagerly cum, and I have included the films you were watching while masturbating.

Rest assured that I can easily send this interesting video to all your contacts, friends, relatives or simply post it on the web with just one click of mouse.

I don't think you would like that to happen. It is going to be really shameful and tragic for you.

Well, I don't want to put you in situation like that, since I see that you are a decent and honest person.

Hence, I offer you a deal:

You transfer 1450 USD in Bitcoin equivalent to me and I once the payment is received, I will immediately delete all the evidence against you.

I have been working on you and your files for two months by now, and trust me, this was just a chicken feed for me!

If you don't know how to purchase and send Bitcoins, then you can simply use any search engine (Google is just fine) for assistance.

So, here is my Bitcoin wallet: 1M2bs3p576Wkyw7xCo5kXpSZfANfnQDhRH

I give you 48 hours to send me money.

Please don't respond to my email, since it makes no sense. I have created this letter in your email, and the reply address I have obtained from a single email database.

It makes no sense to ask someone for help either, because this mail cannot be tracked and Bitcoin transactions are always anonymous. Everything has been deliberately planned.

I see all your chats, wiretap your calls and spy on you. Likewise, If I ever find out that you told anybody about this letter - the video will be immediately shared on web!

As soon as you open this letter, I will receive an automatic notification and start the countdown right away.

Good luck, and wish you never get a phishing like this again in future!

The cybercriminals may have your old password, but it doesn't mean that they have anything on you. It appears they may have gotten your password from the Yahoo or other internet hacks or data breaches that took place a few months or years ago. Yahoo and the companies who suffered the data breach have forced their users to change their passwords, so they should have nothing to worry about.

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  • March 25, 2022 at 6:08 AM by info

    The following Bitcoin wallet is being used by scammers: 1BYb79BbSzKZ3tgUekCbxW9ee8dAMLaEtW

  • November 4, 2020 at 8:30 PM by info


    Unfortunately, I have some bad news for you.

    Several months ago, I got access to the device you are using to browse the internet.

    Since that time, I have been monitoring your internet activity.

    Here is the proof I hacked this email. Your password at the time when I got access to your email:

    Being a regular visitor of adult websites, I can confirm that it is you who is responsible for this.

    To keep it simple, the websites you visited provided me with access to your data.

    I've uploaded a Trojan horse on the driver basis that updates its signature several times per day, to make it impossible for antivirus to detect it. Additionally, it gives me access to your camera and microphone.

    Moreover, I have backed-up all the data, including photos, social media, chats and contacts.

    Just recently, I came up with an awesome idea to create the video where you c*m in one part of the screen, while the video was simultaneously playing on another screen. That was fun!

    Rest assured that I can easily send this video to all your contacts with a few clicks, and I assume that you would like to prevent this scenario.

    With that in mind, here is my proposal:

    Transfer the amount equivalent to 1750 USD to my Bitcoin wallet, and I will forget about the entire thing. I will also delete all data and videos permanently.

    In my opinion, this is a somewhat modest price for my work.

    You can figure out how to purchase Bitcoins using search engines like Google or Bing, seeing that it's not very difficult.

    My Bitcoin wallet (BTC): 1CU8W3Xw2sHgxdDbW3h5Rb5PGb6TCDpg9a

    You have 48 hours to reply and you should also bear the following in mind:

    It makes no sense to reply me - the address has been generated automatically.

    It makes no sense to complain either, since the letter along with my Bitcoin wallet cannot be tracked.

    Everything has been orchestrated precisely.

    If I ever detect that you mentioned anything about this letter to anyone - the video will be immediately shared, and your contacts will be the first to receive it. Following that, the video will be posted on the web!

    P.S. The time will start once you open this letter. (This program has a built-in timer).

    Good luck and take it easy! It was just bad luck, next time please be careful."

    Another scam.

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