Beware of emails asking for 200 Bitcoin. These scams are becoming increasingly common, and you should be aware of these scams as soon as you receive them. The scammer will usually ask you to send them $1,900 in Bitcoin as a ransom. The money you send will be sent to a foreign address, so you should be cautious of sending it to a foreign address. After you have sent them the money, they will send a notification to your account asking you to transfer the funds.
The first step to prevent falling victim to an email scam is to be vigilant. Most of these scams use extreme profanity to get people to respond. The more extreme the language, the better, but you must be careful not to respond. This will only lead to blackmail and you will never know where the money came from. Moreover, it is impossible to trace the source of such emails, which means you have a 50/50 chance of being blackmailed by them. Once you respond, the scammers will try to trick you into sending them more money.
Another popular scam involves emails asking for more money. A user receives an email asking for a ransom payment. The scammer then demands up to $8,000 in bitcoin to get the job done. The FBI is working to prosecute the scammer. A victim of an email requesting 200 Bitcoin should be wary and alert. If the email is from a friend, family member, or even a reputable source, it is a fake.