The Scam Bitcoin Wallet Address Email
Your device has been compromised because of this I was able to gain access to your device.
Also, having access to your device, I was able to copy all your contacts (family members, friends, neighbours ... etc).
I made a nice little video in which you are the main protagonist.
If you don't want this recording to reach all your contacts you should consider sending 1000 GBP worth of bitcoin to my wallet.
My bitcoin wallet is: 1DsbhPf2aL7hknvhi8MpXjQx9aew4QejSr
You have 48 hours to make payment. After I receive the "reward", you will never hear from me ever again and the video will be deleted.
This message also contains a timer that starts counting down from the moment it was opened.
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The email threatens to share some so-called compromised video of them with their family or friends if they do not pay a ransom to the Bitcoin wallet being used by scammers. But, this is not true and is a trick used to frighten and trick people into sending a ransom to the scammers' Bitcoin account.