Mr. All rights reserved Email is a new Bitcoin Email Scam that has been spreading on the Internet recently. Many people around the world have received similar email letters and reported about them on Reddit, other websites and public forums. We have repeatedly written about such emails, for example here and here. In all these messages, scammers use threats to get a ransom from the recipients of the letters. Despite the fact that these letters are very suspicious, and most people simply delete them, scammers hope that at least a few recipients will be naive enough and pay a ransom.
According to this letter, someone calling himself “Mr. All rights reserved” was for some time in the country where the victim lives. The author of the email claims to have left a hidden camera in the hotel room where he lived. This hidden camera allows him to record everything that happens in the hotel room. The attacker claims to have recorded a video that shows the victim having sex with his couple.
Let get straight to the point. I’m a Hardware developer with eight years of experience. May you guess how I know your contact? It’s a stupid question ’cause it very easy to get’, remember? I have eight year of experience in this thing. I’m not live in your country. I just vacation and stay at some hotel.
Remember the last time you stayed at a hotel?
I’ve installed some Mini Wireless Hidden Spy Camera on the near TV, but you with your couple didn’t know there have Spy Camera because it is very, very small event hotel owner didn’t know too. Guess, What? I have recorded your sex video with your couple. It’s surprising me (with unknown style xoxoxo).
You have 2 choices:
number 1; ignore this message, but I will upload your video at www.pornhub.com
number 2; pay through bitcoin (BTC) payment, let’s say this donation is for your little secret
To make payment you need have created account first at www.blockchain.com, www.coinbase.com, www.bitcoin.com then create your bitcoin wallet. Guess, How many bitcoin or transfer you will send? Do you remember the price one day stay at the hotel? Yes, you will pay me a ten-day hotel price, and converts the money to bitcoin currency.
My bitcoin ( BTC ) Wallet is : (Starting with 1 Ending with M)
Don’t forget to discuss this with your couple.
Bitcoin wallet address letter and number very sensitive, so make sure you type correctly upper or lower case, Write it with Pen on Paper and save it. “Remember, do not Copy & Paste the bitcoin address because of too many viruses on your Device.” After I received the bitcoin payment, I promise I will delete all your videos. For sure, you can continue on your daily routine like this never happened, and you will never hear back again from me. I give you 3 days to make the payment, and if you did not send bitcoin, I would upload your epic sex videos on www.pornhub.com. If you want evidence, I will be happy to upload on youtube and send the link, so you can see it’s a really you with couple.
The rest of the email letter is a request to pay a ransom. Mr. All rights reserved demands a ransom, otherwise he will upload the created video to www.pornhub.com website. The fraudster offers the victim to transfer the ransom to a bitcoin wallet, the address of which is given in the letter.
If you still doubt, and think that the threats are real, then we want to repeat – all the threats in this and similar email letters are just a hoax. You can simply ignore them and delete the email!
|Name||Mr. All rights reserved Email|
|Sender||Mr. All rights reserved, unit.section-status4*@***|
|Type||Phishing, Bitcoin Email Scam, Fraud, Scam|
|Ransom amount||‘ten-day hotel price’|
|Distribution method||spam email campaigns|
What to do when you receive “Mr. All rights reserved” Email Scam
If you received this email letter, those most important do not worry. Do not believe anything written in it. You can just delete it. If you use Google, Yahoo or another major provider, we recommend marking it as spam before deleting the message. These you will help the system, mark such messages as suspicious. In the future, they will automatically fall into the Spam section of your mailbox.
- First and foremost, do not panic.
- Do not pay the cyber criminals!
- Avoid clicking links in email.
- Use two-factor authentication wherever possible.
To sum up
We hope that this article has helped you calm down and learn more about this email scam. If you receive an email that is similar but not the same as the example above, make sure you remove any personal info in this message, then post it as comment on this article. It will help our team monitor the latest scams.