I just received this message “// Withdrawal Error. /AMOUNT: **** USD/ You Need To Add A Withdrawal Address In Your Profile. /// 72312422 ////” for user-id81214293 in my Gmail spam folder. Clicking on the added Drive link arrived me to an image embedded “Google Recaptcha page” that is linked to the Bitcoin bonus spam link
In order to confirm that this is real spam, I clicked on the link and arrived at a fake Bitcoin Bonus page with user-id81214293
Since I never registered with any Bitcoin platform in the 364 days as the page indicated, I automatically knew something was wrong.
If you are like me and received this email with the subject “/// Withdrawal error. /AMOUNT: **** USD/ You need to add a withdrawal address in your profile. /// 72312422 ////” from Jordy Yates [email protected] with a PDF attachment, just know you have been targeted for user-id81214293.
This email isn’t real and so to the content. It’s pure spam intended to defraud the target since at the end of it you are asked to log into your personal account at handms.net.
When you click the login, you are given login credentials in a datascript form with a prompt to continue logging in to withdraw your funds.
You are asked to continue logging in with user-id81214293 after which you are asked to collect your bitcoin bonus for the last 6 days
After collecting the bitcoin bonus, you are asked to
You are connected to Amelia in chat. What next now?
This is pure spam, and something I wouldn’t recommend you spend your valuable time on. Since the message comes randomly, you can simply ignore it.