Hello all,

Main Questions Today
1. Did you receive an extortion email last week?
2. Did the sender request that you send Bitcoin to them?
3. Did the sender show you your Suba Games password?

Solution: If all 3 are true (and this should apply to everyone), you should change your password.

How do I know this is not just random spam and could have been from somewhere else?
1. Unique email with Suba Games.
2. Unique password with Suba Games.

Should anyone even care?
Entirely up to you. This was unaddressed last time, I'm only here to share what I've learned. If you use the same email and password for your bank accounts, school logins, media sites, or anywhere else (even your email login), it would be prudent to react.

Will Suba Games delete this thread?
Probably, but the point of this is to gain their attention. I know I'm safe. The rest is up to them. I've already reported it to them directly. If a moderator or admin wants to play officer of the board and remove this thread, at the very least mention ticket ID 5169299 and I will gladly provide Suba Games details on the issue.

Have fun.