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Aggressive Extortion Scam to Ruin a Website’s Reputation


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Aggressive Extortion Scam to Ruin a Website’s Reputation

A brand-new extortion rip-off campaign is underway that is targeting sites owners and specifying that if they do not make a payment, the attacker will ruin their site’s credibility and get them blacklisted for spam.

We all understand or should know, about the sextortion e-mails people are getting where the sender states they have hacked the recipient’s computer and taped them doing things while on adult sites. Ever since, more extortion scams were produced that pretend to be the police, bomb hazards, and even from gunman asking you to pay them to cancel their hit.


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Hey. Soon your hosting account and your domain ___redacted___ will be blocked forever, and you will receive tens of thousands of negative feedback from angry people.

Here is a list of what you get if you don’t follow my requirements:
+ abuse spamhouse for aggressive web spam tens of thousands of negative
+ reviews about you and your website from angry people for aggressive
+ web and email spam lifetime blocking of your hosting account for
+ aggressive web and email spam lifetime blocking of your domain for
+ aggressive web and email spam Thousands of angry complaints from angry
+ people will come to your mail and messengers for sending you a lot of
+ spam complete destruction of your reputation and loss of clients
+ forever for a full recovery from the damage you need tens of thousands
+ of dollars

Do you want this?

If you do not want the above problems, then before June 1, 2019, you need to send me 0.3 BTC to my Bitcoin wallet: 19ckouUP2E22aJR5BPFdf7jP2oNXR3bezL

How do I do all this to get this result:
1. I will send 30 messages to 13 000 000 sites with contact forms with offensive messages with the address of your site, that is, in this situation, you and the spammer and insult people. And everyone will not care that it is not you.
2. I’ll send 300 messages to 9,000,000 email addresses and very intrusive advertisements for making money and offer a free iPhone with your website address ___redacted___ and your contact details. And then send out abusive messages with the address of your site.
3. I will do aggressive spam on blogs, forums and other sites (in my database there are 35 978 370 sites and 315900 sites from which you will definitely get a huge amount of abuse) of your site ___redacted___. After such spam, the spamhouse will turn its attention on you and after several abuses your host will be forced to block your account for life. Your domain registrar will also block your domain permanently.


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In this new variation, fraudsters are utilising a web sites contact’s form to send messages to site owners with a subject of “Abuse and lifetime blocking of the site – My requirements”. The demands then state the sender will damage the track record of the website if a. 3 bitcoin (roughly $2,400) payment is not paid to them.

If payment is not made, the extortionist states that they will send out millions of emails from your domain, leave nasty evaluations about the recipient’s site, and submit nasty messages to other individuals’ contact types pretending to be from your domain. All of this being done to destroy the track record of the site.

Receiving an email like this is scary, specifically when somebody threatens your site, which may be your livelihood.

With that said, it is necessary to understand that this attacker is sending out these to numerous websites, it is simply a rip-off, which they are not going to take the effort to destroy your site’s reputation.

If you receive among these emails, just mark it as spam or erase it.


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