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27 Apr 2020.

unless you pay them blackmail money, usually somewhere from $1,500 to $4,000, paid in bitcoins to a BTC address that the crooks provide in the.

What to Do With Blackmail Email Scams Demanding Bitcoin?17 Apr 2020.

MailGuard has intercepted a large run of extortion phishing emails that are demanding ransom payment in bitcoin. There are several variations.

2 May 2020.

"In email extortion campaign, the scammers have sent numerous emails to.

will then demand ransom in the form of Bitcoin (cryptocurrency).

Better Business Bureau (BBB) is warning the public about sextortion emails from scammers trying to blackmail recipients into.

Experts are warning the public about sextortion emails from scammers trying to blackmail recipients into giving them money.

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Better Business Bureau serving Canton Region and Greater West Virginia offers tips and advice for consumers to avoid fraudulent practices.THE CONCERN.