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Ashley Madison: The Scams Begin

Posted by Viktoria Michaelis on September 22, 2015 in Internet |

It didn’t take long. For some it is perhaps more of a problem than for others, but for me it is merely an amusement now. Even so, there are people out there, in cyberspace, who have taken the time to sift through the Ashley Madison hack files and find mail addresses, and those who are counting on hitting someone whether they go through the files or not. This is one such case:

Unfortunately your data was leaked in the recent hacking of Ashley Madison and I know have your information. I have also used your user profile to find your Facebook page, using this I can now message all of your friends and family members.

If you would like to prevent me from sharing this dirt info with all of your friends and family members (and perhaps even your employers too?) then you need to send 1 bitcoin to the following BTC address.

Bitcoin Address:
1AEJiZFnELwRZVjmVSvDSwUaXNZy4X9bQN

You may be wondering why should you and what will prevent other people from doing the same, in short you now know to change your privacy settings in Facebook so no one can view your friends/family list. So go ahead and update that now (I have a copy if you dont pay) to stop any future emails like this.

You can buy bitcoin using online exchanges easily. If the bitcoin is not paid within 3 days of 23 Sep 2015 then my system will automatically message all of your friends and family members. The bitcoin address is unique to you.

Consider how expensive a divorce lawyer is. If you are no longer in a committed relationship then think about how this will affect your social standing amongst family and friends. What will your friends and family think about you?

Sincerely,
Paul

Now, the idea that I would have signed up for Ashley Madison is something which didn’t enter my head. That any real woman signed up is something I find hard to believe, especially since we already know that all the profiles for females were either faked, covered by bots, or paid for. So someone – whether called Paul or whatever – writing me a mail and trying to blackmail me is just amusing; it is so unlikely that I would reply or even send a Bitcoin anywhere.

Anyone can try to blackmail me, I don’t really care, since there is nothing anyone knows about me which can be used. I may still be relatively young – not in Internet years since I’ve been active now for five years, and that is a long time – but I wasn’t born yesterday.

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