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Get rich in porn scam

Duration: 11min 44sec Views: 1666 Submitted: 07.08.2021
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Subscriber Account active since. Now internet con-artists are paying hefty salaries to accomplices willing to find rich people and claim they have webcam footage of them watching and masturbating to porn. These scammers, of course, don't have any such webcam footage. But a new report from cybersecurity firm Digital Shadows suggests the scam works. Panicked internet users have paid more than hundreds of thousands of dollars in just the last seven months, after receiving threats that scammers would reveal their porn-watching or other internet habits. What makes the ploy convincing is that scammers buy their victims emails and passwords from unrelated security breaches.

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YPSO posted to their Facebook page Monday saying a scammer had been calling residents and asking for Bitcoin payments. If the individual did not pay, then the scammer would threaten to send a video of the individual watching porn to their friends and family. The scam is mainly being done through phone calls but there have been some reports of email correspondence as well. Sometimes the scammers might have an old password of an individual they can then use to scare the person into believing they have access to their personal information, Ward said. Normally these types of scams will target men, but people of all ages and genders have been receiving scam calls which is abnormal. These types of scammers will use high-pressure tactics to get the victim to pay money as quickly as possible.

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There are affiliate links on this page. Read our disclosure policy to learn more. Extortion Email Scams Extortion Emails: Demands for Money and Death Threats Scam emails have hit a new low with threats of extortion, Some claim the will humiliate the victim, others claim to go public with embarrassing information, and some even use death threats. At present, these emails mainly come in two varieties: a claim that the scammer has hacked your computer and demands payment or he will send incriminating evidence that the victim has viewed online porn, or worse, to everyone in the victims contact list; or a death threat if a payment is not received. Overwhelmingly, these are purely scams.
Would you pay the ransom? This type of email is being circulated to people and has been reported to Safe Communities Portugal. These sorts of emails are not to sent to individuals by name and the details of what you have supposed to have watched are never shown in the email. In other words these are a phishing attempt to scare you either into paying money or providing personal data in a phishing attempt. Does this mean that they should be concerned?