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Have you ever been the victim of a Hitman Scam? Not sure? Lets take a look at one.
This is what a typical Hitman message will look like.
Someone paid me to kill you. If you want me to spare you , ill give you two days to pay $5000. If you inform the police or anybody i will kill you. i'm monitoring you.
The target age for a hitman scammer is people over 65. This age is the most vulnerable as some of them might not be the best with technology and are gullible.
Difine Hitman Scammer: A form of consumer scam perpetrated on consumers in which an email is received by the targeted consumer which purports to have been written by an assassin or a hitman, who alleges to have been hired by some unnamed party to kill the recipient.
You receive an email or text from a stranger claiming they have been hired to kill you. The message claims you can be spared by paying the hitman money. The amount requested can vary between $1000 to $50 000. The message may be in complete sentences or use text speak and slang. The scammer will typically ask you to pay them via money transfer
What should you do when you receive a message like this?
Sum1 paid me to kill you. get spared, 48hrs to pay $5000. If you inform the police or anybody, death is promised.E-mail me now: killerking247 yahoo.com.'
Delete the text or email immediately. Do not respond to texts or emails. Never send money or give credit card details. If you are concerned for your safety, contact the police. Report scams to the ACCC page.
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