CHEVY CHASE, Md. —
Males in a rich Washington suburb have been receiving letters threatening to show their darkish secrets and techniques to their wives.
The issue, The Washington Publish reviews, is a few of these males do not even have wives.
The letters are a part of a rising rip-off that tries to extort folks for Bitcoin, a cryptocurrency that is arduous to trace.
FBI Washington Discipline Workplace spokesman Andrew Ames says these scammers are inclined to flood high-income neighborhoods, making an attempt to idiot a minimum of one individual.
Jeff Strohl says he obtained a Nashville-postmarked letter from “GreySquare15” demanding a Bitcoin “confidentiality price” value $15,750. After his preliminary shock, he figured it was a rip-off. He posted about it on a neighborhood listserv to seek out he was removed from the one Chevy Chase resident to obtain such letters.
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