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Subject: I recorded you
So... I know the fact that you visit pretty regularly aduIt 18+ videos!
The smart phone that you own got hacked and this gave me access to use your microphone and your camera and record you without you even knowing in the same time you masturbate! The deal is next.. if you don`t pay me 500$ worth of Bit-C0in I will release the video with you doing... you know what to the list of your contacts.
My sneaky app that was installed had also the function, to steal all your contacts from social media, phonebook list, emails and so. Did I got the passwords? Neah, any smart-phone have like a virus detection tool build-in and they scan for what kind of activity an app can have, so... Trying to extract passwords? Very bad, it may get detected! Using the camera and extracting all the contacts without user permission? No problem!
Ok! So.. to get some coins go and search on Google for "Buy Bit-C0in instantly" and send to this address:
Address: 1 5 C p F e A M Y d r 1 F a X Y z x S t 9 S Y n 5 f V k z 5 v 7 V V
Very important! The address(CaSe SeNsItIvE) contains spaces so you must to eliminate all the spaces and the result must to be a string of 34 characters long and it will start with "1" also it will end with "V". Use that string without spaces to send the coins! I gave you a few days!
So, to remove my sneaky hidden app apply a reset with factory settings. Search on Google for "Factory Settings Reset [your smartphone model]". In case you suspect that I compromised your passwords, you can change them! You can do a few things to not getting infected in the future, your browser and your OS must to be updated regularry!
Also maybe you will take in consideration to quit looking to this type of videos.. is messing with your brain.
When the payment is made if you still get those messages simply ignore them. My compromised machines are programmed to send this message multiple times.