Brittany – May 04, 2020
Victim Location 13090
Type of a scam Phishing
Sender used a password known to me that I have used in the subject line and in the letter, indicated again he knew this was one of my passwords. He gave me 24 hours to submit or he’d make my existence an embarrassment for the rest of my life. He said he knew all my contact lists, including phone contacts from 144 days ago, including a self pleasure video, said I visited his porn page, and he had caught me in sexual acts, and he would start by forwarding it to 6 of my contacts, randomly selected by his software. But, he was offering me a one time offer to buy $3000 in bitcoin and sending it to
He gave me 24 hours to send the “donation” and then he would disappear for good and remove all my information. He also has software that contains a code informing him that I have read the email.
This is the most unnerving email I have ever received. Obviously, I have visited no porn sites, have committed no sexual acts and I have not purchased any bitcoin, in fact, I’m 70 years old and I don’t even know what it is. The password they sent is a password associated with my credit union account, and that concerns me. This takes threats to a whole new level. I will be notifying the credit union this morning at 9 am when they open. I also went to a site from my credit union page where it suggested a password change. When I got to the site, it was an ad and there was no place to change the password. My fear is this fool is going to scam many, many people. I am also calling the local law enforcement agency to report cyber threats. I didn’t sleep the entire night as I opened this last night at 11 pm. Please help. Thank you. I did do screenshots from my phone, but I’m filling this out from my ****, so cannot attach here, but can send it later.