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Thread: Annonce123 Blackmailing

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    Annonce123 Blackmailing

    I received a text this morning from someone trying to blackmail me for money.

    In their initial text they claimed to have a photo of me with a "mineur" along with my licence plate, text messages and money exchanging hands. Wow, quite a lot! they threatened to go to the police unless I pay!

    My Response was "Awesome, lemme see a pic!"

    They sent back a screenshot of a very short text exchange from June with someone from an ad placed on Annonce123. The exchange was very basic, I asked if pics were real and if service was GFE or PSE, Response was GFE, I said "ok thanks, looking for PSE".

    When I saw the screenshot I texted back telling them the attempted blackmail was a criminal offence and to try finding a more legitimate means of making money. Trying to Blackmail me for doing nothing is futile, and was blocking them.

    They texted back right away from another number (both numbers were visible) saying that they will ruin my "merrege" once my "wif" finds out.

    Little do they know my divorce is almost final and I couldn't care less.


    Has anything similar happened to anyone else in the community?
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    It is interesting that you should post this. I was thinking about the risk of blackmail recently. Having said that, it has never happened to me and I am probably at a lower risk (I am not a very active hobbyist).

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    The blackmailers probably assume you are still validly married and will be afraid to go to the cops for fear of being exposed as a cheater. It's probably a form text they send out even to single guys. I liked your tart response that they should find better ways to make money. I probably would not have replied, however, as they think they gotcha. Furthermore someone else may get the cops involved and you don't want the cops calling you in because they see a number of texts. You are also making yourself a possible witness in a criminal case if one develops.

    It's fairly clear that the whole predicate for such extortion is exposure to your wife, and nothing else, so based on your circumstances they are wasting time but they don't know that and calculate that a certain number of guys will give in and capitulate to fear of exposure.

    My private investigator makes a significant amount of money doing surveillance on cheating spouses in order to gain an advantage in an anticipated divorce proceeding. This of course is done legally and it isn't extortion as one side is looking for a litigation advantage, not money.

    I would just ignore any further texts. Contacting the police will only result in a scrutiny of this account and your replies. If I was a cop I would be wondering why didn't this dude call us if they seize the electronic records of these accounts. Cops don't like that and could bring your ass in for questioning.

    Remember that any email sent on the Internet is capable of being retrieved and brought to police or used in court. They do not exist in private.

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    PSE freak..I hope things work out for you in the end

    Since I am just an " accidental tourist " , I can ask this question...

    Aren't you worried about using these backpage/ announce sites, as they seem to be shady from many MERB reports ?

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    I think you should post as much info about these people as possible. Their ad, numbers, etc.

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    I would but I had deleted the original text from my phone

    The 2 numbers that texted me today are:

    (438) 807-6955
    (438) 832-2187
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    Great ! Let's expose these bastards.

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    Did a quick google search and I found this ad for (438) 832-2187:

    http://montreal.backpage.com/FemaleE...32-2187/652945

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    Actually, there are multiple ads from different locations. Woman known as Kathia, claims to be 19 years old.

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    Was contacted by Ashley Madison Hackers for months after the fact... Problem for them is that I am not married. And I never met with anyone from the site anyways. Still had my i for which I was not happy about but oh well. CA OUT!
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    CA,

    The Ashley Madison hack resulted in some expensive divorces and some big payouts, but it was caused by negligent Internet security by that business.

    My business has been a frequent target for hackers in the past. Our IT expert gave us a seminar and rule number 1, which was broken in this case by PSEFreak albeit in an amusing fashion, is do not respond to an email or text from an unknown source. Rule #2 is do not open an attachment that isn't a PDF. Rule 3 is never open links in emails from trusted sources that look like they could be a Trojan horse. We did have our computers infected by a virus when one of my colleagues forwarded an email that appeared to be from a bill collector to our office manager. It was phony.

    The Internet is full of scammers and hoaxsters and would be blackmailers. Safest course of action is to ignore it unless you know the source.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CockAsian69 View Post
    Was contacted by Ashley Madison Hackers for months after the fact... Problem for them is that I am not married. And I never met with anyone from the site anyways. Still had my i for which I was not happy about but oh well. CA OUT!
    Même chose pour moi. Je n'ai pas répondu et et j'ai éliminé
    Same for me. Never answrered and i deleted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    CA,
    Our IT expert gave us a seminar and rule number 1, which was broken in this case by PSEFreak albeit in an amusing fashion, is do not respond to an email or text from an unknown source. Rule #2 is do not open an attachment that isn't a PDF. Rule 3 is never open links in emails from trusted sources that look like they could be a Trojan horse. We did have our computers infected by a virus when one of my colleagues forwarded an email that appeared to be from a bill collector to our office manager. It was phony.

    The Internet is full of scammers and hoaxsters and would be blackmailers. Safest course of action is to ignore it unless you know the source.
    Je suis en accord avec vous Mr EB. Vos trois règles sont les meilleures .
    I am ok with you Mr EB. I agree it is better i think. Yours three rules are the best
    Sorry if my english is not good ...it is not my first language .

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    Did not care much about it and they used so many different email addresses to send the same shit. Thanks for the heads up. CA OUT!
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    It sounds like an amateur, soon they will find that scamming money is harder than working for it.

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