133gp7wGpKFaB2C593B2MCk2G4abYnEj9j is a bitcoin wallet address used by scammers to receive a ransom from the victims of the “I hacked your device” EMAIL SCAM. If you receive an email containing this address, mark it as spam or delete it. Do not believe what is written in the email. The best solution is to relax and ignore the scam.
These scam emails say that hackers hacked into your computer/phones/email account and recorded you visiting adult sites. They threaten to distribute the video to your family and friends, unless you pay into their Bitcoin account. It is a scam. The people behind these emails are scammers. Don’t pay them anyway!
|Type||Bitcoin Blackmail Scam, Sextortion Scam|
|NAME||I hacked your device EMAIL SCAM|
|Ransom amount||1000 USD|
Examples of such bitcoin scams
bc1qzxcgg2wjnpwjzl6557w3vt0yjmycnvv8llz67n, 12gHyoR78pjHpfueWUYyMudnwNMc6NGEPY, 1EaT4PAt6Ck1C9k1feBJ8qgneBNzJxHz3y are other bitcoin wallets that are used in extortion schemes. Scammers use cryptocurrencies because it is hard to trace. We want to emphasize that these blackmail emails are 100% fake and should be ignored.
In order to know more about this bitcoin email scam and how to protect yourself, please read the article I hacked your device EMAIL SCAM.