A hairdresser has revealed her terrifying ordeal after hackers stole her customers’ money and data before taunting her with creepy and threatening emails, even claiming they could see her through her own mobile phone camera.
Brooke Cleall owns Zazu Hair Salon in Brisbane and had been receiving a string of texts and emails from a payment app she uses to charge clients – all after hackers simply got hold of her email address and phone number.
She was inundated with messages saying there had been attempts to change her password before the hacker got access to her customers’ information.
The cyber criminals then sent Ms Cleall frightening messages with promises to keep stealing her data and fleecing her loyal customers – stealing thousands of dollars.
‘I have already taken over your emails and phone number and banking b*tch,’ an email from one of the hackers read.
‘I see all. Fear me we are coming… I’m also listening to all of your phone calls.’
Brooke Cleall owns Zazu Hair Salon in Brisbane (pictured) and had been receiving a string of texts and emails from a payment app she uses to charge clients that the hackers infiltrated
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