Look what I got!

@Fleura (14207)
United Kingdom
February 23, 2021 4:55am CST
I have heard of people receiving these threatening messages. Now I actually received one! This is almost as exciting as finally receiving one of those messages from Nigeria telling me that the widow of some government minister needs to transfer millions of dollars to me! (I had to wait years to get one of those, as well!) Here is the message: I am aware, *******, is your password. I require your total attention for the the next Twenty-four hours, or I will make sure you that you live out of embarrassment for the rest of your life span. Hey, you don't know me personally. Yet I know all the things about you. Your entire facebook contact list, smartphone contacts and all the online activity on your computer from past 181 days. Consisting of, your masturbation video footage, which brings me to the main motive why I am writing this particular email to you. Well the last time you visited the porn web sites, my malware was activated in your computer system which ended up documenting a lovely video clip of your masturbation play by activating your webcam. (you got a seriously unusual taste btw lmfao) I have got the complete recording. If you feel I 'm playing around, simply reply proof and I will be forwarding the recording randomly to 11 people you recognize. It could end up being your friends, co workers, boss, mother and father (I don't know! My software will randomly choose the contact details). Would you be capable to look into anyone's eyes again after it? I doubt it... But, it doesn't have to be that route. I want to make you a 1 time, no negotiable offer. Buy USD 2000 in bitcoin and send it on the down below address: bc1***qw6l5hhnyktfgwlvg670xmpvmxg4xv8t8cvm6tc [CASE SENSITIVE copy and paste it, and remove *** from it] (If you do not understand how, look online how to purchase bitcoin. Do not waste my precious time) If you send out this 'donation' (we will call it that?). Right after that, I will disappear and under no circumstances get in touch with you again. I will remove everything I've got concerning you. You may very well continue living your current regular day to day life with absolutely no concerns. You have got 1 day to do so. Your time starts as soon you check out this e-mail. I have an unique code that will tell me as soon as you read this email therefore don't try to act smart. ........................................................................................................................ Of course I didn’t think this could possibly be real, because I have certainly never visited any porn sites, never masturbated anywhere near a computer, never joined Facebook, I have no co-workers or boss and my parents are dead. But just to be on the safe side, I have kept this for a bit, just to see in case anything at all did happen - after all, they did manage to correctly identify one of my passwords from one company where I once bought some small component about 7 years ago - but no, nothing did happen. So in case you receive anything similar, delete it and don’t give it another thought All rights reserved. © Text and image copyright Fleur 2021.
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16 responses
@myklj999 (54501)
• United States
23 Feb
I'm the kind of guy that would send an email back telling them I probably have a better quality video of me if they wanted it Which I don't...but they don't know that.
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@Fleura (14207)
• United Kingdom
23 Feb
That would be funny - but sadly I think it's probably best to avoid any interaction if it can be avoided!
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@myklj999 (54501)
• United States
23 Feb
@DaddyEvil Oh...I thought it said phonographic...my bad
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@DaddyEvil (34682)
• United States
23 Feb
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@DaddyEvil (34682)
• United States
23 Feb
I've never received any of these emails, either... I'd probably ask to see the video of me he has, since the camera's on my pc and phone are covered at all times... OH! And of course I'd never do anything for anyone to copy anyway...
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@LadyDuck (327719)
• Switzerland
23 Feb
Well, to know if someone read an email is not at all difficult if you sent from a provider that allow you to have confirmation if the mail has been read. I would not delete it if I receive something similar, I forward to our local Internet Police, they surely know how "to pay" that guy.
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@Fleura (14207)
• United Kingdom
23 Feb
I'm not sure they can do much if it comes from another country, that's the problem. There are so many scammers in Nigeria, not Switzerland!
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@LadyDuck (327719)
• Switzerland
23 Feb
@Fleura They can block the emails coming to Switzerland to avoid that someone pays those scammer. They also blocked all phone calls coming from those scammers from other countries.
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@Fleura (14207)
• United Kingdom
23 Feb
@LadyDuck Obviously your anti-fraud squad are better than ours!
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@allknowing (89573)
• India
23 Feb
I do not open mails that I receive from unknown sources.
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@Fleura (14207)
• United Kingdom
24 Feb
Probably wise, although I would always wonder what I was missing. Sometimes you get a message from a long-lost friend or something.
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@allknowing (89573)
• India
24 Feb
@Fleura That long lost friend should call
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@CarolDM (118934)
• Nashville, Tennessee
23 Feb
I get similar messages, scammers are all over.
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@Fleura (14207)
• United Kingdom
23 Feb
They are absolutely everywhere, aren't they?
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@CarolDM (118934)
• Nashville, Tennessee
23 Feb
@Fleura Yes they are. I let my voicemail pick them all up on my phone. And to spam on my email.
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@keiziee (114)
• Indonesia
23 Feb
I don't know why, but it sounds funny to me. I hope no one fall for that.
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@Fleura (14207)
• United Kingdom
23 Feb
All these scams are funny - unless you are taken in by them of course.
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@marlina (119187)
• Canada
23 Feb
Those messages are so ridiculous, I find it difficult that someone would pay attention to them
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@Fleura (14207)
• United Kingdom
23 Feb
I guess if someone really had been doing what is suggested, they might believe anything in a panic!
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@Ronrybs (11083)
• London, England
23 Feb
All I've been getting is a link to claim my thousands of $ of bitcoins!
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@Fleura (14207)
• United Kingdom
24 Feb
Oh I haven't had one of those yet! Maybe that will be next?
@xFiacre (9051)
• Ireland
23 Feb
@fleura How very entertaining!! S/he ought to join Mylot and post these fantasies so that we can all enjoy them.
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@Fleura (14207)
• United Kingdom
23 Feb
Yes I wonder what I will get next? These are sufficiently rare for me, to be quite a novelty!
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• Pamplona, Spain
23 Feb
Had one similar and just as nasty I deleted it right away and nothing happened either. Also got one by phone a couple of times and clonked the phone down in his ear.
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@Marty1 (63115)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
23 Feb
I never heard of one of these emails! I have not received one but know I totally didn't do anything the person said in the video! glad you are the same as me!
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@just4him (236286)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
24 Feb
They're certainly imaginative.
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@Fleura (14207)
• United Kingdom
24 Feb
They try every trick in the book, don't they?
@Fleura (14207)
• United Kingdom
24 Feb
They try every trick in the book, don't they?
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@just4him (236286)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
24 Feb
@Fleura Yes, they do.
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@DianneN (220799)
• United States
27 Feb
I don’t even open those. Glad nothing happened.
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@Fleura (14207)
• United Kingdom
27 Feb
Probably wise - but it did provide some entertainment!
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@DianneN (220799)
• United States
27 Feb
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@BelleStarr (57795)
• United States
27 Feb
I sent my copy to the FBI , the message not my video lol!!!
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@Fleura (14207)
• United Kingdom
27 Feb
Are they able to do anything about this sort of stuff?
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@BelleStarr (57795)
• United States
27 Feb
@Fleura I am not sure but they have people who look into it so I figured it couldn't hurt.
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@JudyEv (240067)
• Bunbury, Australia
24 Feb
Well, that is very exciting. I'm nearly jealous!!!
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@Fleura (14207)
• United Kingdom
24 Feb
LOL I had to wait years before I got one of those Nigerian scam letters. I felt I was missing out! I wonder what will be next?
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@JudyEv (240067)
• Bunbury, Australia
24 Feb
@Fleura Be careful what you wish for!
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@moonandstars (46925)
• Zagreb, Croatia (Hrvatska)
27 Feb
thanks and what cheap tricks
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