Have you got any extortion or other kinds of messages from email addresses as provided below?
If you have got any extortion or other kinds of messages from the email addresses similar to above, then you must know those are fake emails. Although those messages claim they are being sent by "Data Storage Hackers" or "Lab Bot Hackers" or something else, still you don't have to be worried since those are only fake messages, they haven't hacked your anything or you haven't get blocked anywhere or you haven't charged by some company out of blue, so relax and just ignore those messages and delete them. However, don't follow any instructions provided in those messages.
"From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: 【 Amazon Delivery Support 】 【 Notification 】 Authorization Form Customer ID 【 Support 】 - 7503423
Payment Confirmation Receipt Transaction ID: 8472152363 UCHealth
Thank you for your payment. Payment amount: 84.00 Payment method: Visa x8472 Authorization code: 847215 Payment date: ........"
"From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: 【 Amazon Delivery Support 】 【 Notification 】 Authorization Form Customer ID 【 Support 】 - 2530895
Please do not ignore this message, as it refers to your account [email address] and cloud storage. We are a group of data storage hackers. If you receive this message, we've already hack you. We are software developers (Login And Backup or often called LAB Bot)"
Precisely what should you do?
To prevent all of this thing from happening, you need to send Bitcoin with the amount of 0.22034 Bitcoin - to my bitcoin wallet address. (if you didn't know this, search 'how to buy bitcoin' on Google.)
Scan the QR code with your phone to get the address.
So, to stop the LAB Bot process, it's only in one way; "make payments through Bitcoin in the amount of 0,22034 Bitcoin". You have five days to make a payment, and the time will start when this message opened; LAB Bot will know if you've already read the letter because it uses e-mail trackers."
To find out more detailed examples, please click this link:- https://www.newsonlineincome.com/lab-bot-email-hack-scam/
NOTE: The details provided in the above message examples may be impersonated.
Now you know the above messages from email address "firstname.lastname@example.org" claiming to being sent by "Data Storage Hackers", "Lab Bet Hackers" or "Lab Bot Hackers" or someone else are the fake messages which is sent by scammers to make you afraid and trick you into sending them money via Bitcoin or trick you to do something which may harm you. So, you should not send anything to them and should not follow their instructions. Just ignore and delete those messages. If you have received the messages as above, then we suggest you not to follow any instructions on those messages.
Don't fall into this trap. These messages are from cybercriminals, scammers. They have not hacked your computers or online accounts or downloaded your cloud storage or something else. The only thing they have is your email address and maybe other personal details like your social media accounts, phone number and so on which they may have found from your various online activities.
Actually, you no need to be afraid of these messages if you haven't done anything wrong. If you haven't storage anything serious in your device which may harm your social life or work life, then you never need to worry. That's why it's always better to save your secret files completely out of online storage and only on external hard drives.
Anyway, once again we want to make you sure that these kinds of messages are nothing other than the phishing messages and they are from scammers/cybercriminals. If you don't follow the instructions provided on these messages and just delete them, then you no need to be worried.
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