I really feel for these people. Many victims of malware and cybercrime are a bit less than innocent--especially of scammers that mostly appeal to people that are willing to do things "under the table"--but that's not the case here. Even tho the victimization is unintentional, it's not like any of the perpetrators that take advantage of the glitch care. Just one more reason to fight against cybercrime in all of its forms--and glad to see there is an attempt to correct it now.
Edit for correction of syntax.
Edited by Papakid, 11 April 2016 - 01:48 PM.