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Help black mailed russians trace email name?

Posted: Thu Jun 22, 2017 12:45 pm
by lions4lambs
they have threatend me with ruining my life hacking my bank etc can i trace them there names?

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<html><head></head><body><div style="font-family: Verdana;font-size: 12.0px;"><div>Greetings Timothy.&nbsp;</div>


<div>I&#39;m writing you regarding your issue with the recent packages. We just want you to ship the 3 packages you have (Henry Desrosiers , Jeffery Loy,&nbsp;Brian Ganyu). I just want to let you know that yo should ship these items to our warehouse ASAP ar we will have to use all the information to make you do this, We hope that you&#39;ll be wise enough to decide what to do. If you won&#39;t send us our property or send us empty boxes we will use all your personal information to have access tou your bank accounts, credit cards data and ect. You will receive countless bills and packages. We&#39;re expecting to receive the receipts today. And we will also contact ou upon receiving this packages. That contact will be the last one. Just send the packages mentioned, keep the others.</div>


<div>If there will be something missing we will do our best to make your and Carlos&#39; and Susana and Christine lifes much worse.</div></div></body></html>

Re: Help black mailed russians trace email name?

Posted: Thu Jun 22, 2017 3:12 pm
by Chrispcritters
Unfortunately the sender's IP address is not included in the email headers. (Assuming you are in the US) It would likely require you to hire a lawyer to subpoena the records from the email provider (to get the IP address). If the IP is outside the US you would need to hire an international lawyer to subpoena the records from the ISP to determine who their customer is. If it's something like public WiFi it's unlikely you would be able to find any real information about the person.

You might want to contact your local law enforcement for suggestions -- but the probably will not take any action if no serious crime has be committed.

If they might have enough person information about you to open a bank account, etc, I suggest that you get identity theft monitoring/insurance, freeze your credit, and make sure that you have the maximum security measures in place for your current accounts.

Re: Help black mailed russians trace email

Posted: Sun Jun 25, 2017 5:43 am
by white hat
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Re: Help black mailed russians trace email name?

Posted: Mon Jun 26, 2017 7:18 am
by Chrispcritters

That is not the sender's IP address but rather the mail server the sender used.