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FBI Moneypak Virus Blocked PC or Android Phone Asking to Pay A Fine to Unlock?

Have you heard of FBI Moneypak Virus? Android Phone, Tablet or computer has been blocked by a warning entitled “FBI Moneypak”? Does it ask $200 or more from you as penalty to unlock your computer? Yes, FBI online agent virus or scam federal government can lock out of your computer asking to pay $200 fine via moneypak code. Have you felt quite nervous since it’s related to the FBI and you don’t want to be put in jail because of not paying the fines? The victims stated:”I was browsing the internet and suddenly my computer stops browsing and pulls up a page that claims its the FBI saying that i have to pay a fine up to 200$ for one of these reasons: copyrighting music, video or software, or something about child porn or zoofilia, i looked it up and apparently its a scam. My phone is locked today it was showing FBI warning and unfortunately i paid money by money pak. My phone is still locked it is saying it’ll take 24 hrs to proceed your request. Below are some information for you to look at this popular online scam.

How to Unlock PC or Android Phone From The FBI Computer Locked Virus Message?

FBI Moneypak Virus is known to be the most popular cyber scam in these days. It has different version called FBI Online Agent virus and FBI cybercrime division virus. More and more computer users especially those from the United States have been infected by it. The reason why it’s so terrifying is that it comes along with the name of FBI. People get infected by it are usually afraid of the legal issue they might be involved according to the blocking warning. Besides, it has a time limit of the fines which lasts 48 hours or 72 hours. If you cannot make the payment in this limited period of time, based on the FBI Moneypak warning, you will be automatically put in trouble with legal issues. If I were receiving this blocking message, I sure would be horrified. Nobody wants to play against the laws of the country. However, it is strongly advised that you should do some online researches about the authority of FBI Moneypak before you go ahead and proceed with the payment. You have enough time to do it anyway. Now this fake government police warning infects mobile devices like tablet, ipad or android phone. Has your Android based smartphone stopped allowing you access? If your screen has locked itself, and is displaying odd warnings, such as, “WARNING! Your phone is locked due to legal violations,” or something along these lines – you have probably been attacked by the Android FBI virus.

How did you get this FBI Moneypak infection in the first place? According to the warning, you have behaved illegally online. For instance, visiting websites related to child porn and downloading illegal videos or music could all lead to this infection. You may be certain that you haven’t done any of the above. But since it’s not legit, its statement cannot be real as well. Then how come your antivirus programs failed to stop this virus from infecting your computer? As obvious as it is, this scam is trying to deceive as much money as possible. If it gets removed by antivirus software, hackers will not be able collect illegal benefits. Besides, virus designers know well about how computer and antivirus tool work so they can enable this FBI Moneypak virus to escape from regular antivirus programs and sneak into your computer without permission. Once the infection is done, you will get totally blocked after a reboot of computer. As long as it’s still blocked, you cannot access the desktop to run a scan of antivirus software or open Windows Task Manager by pressing keyboard. The only option this FBI Moneypak gives you is to pay the $200 fines so that your computer will be automatically unlocked. As mentioned above no one wants legal troubles, so you may make the payment directly since you have already been scared and distracted by the blocking. Then what would happen after the payment has been done? According to it, “When you pay the fine, your PC will get unlocked in 1 to 48 hours after the money is put into the State’s account”. The FBI Moneypak warning might be disappearing from your computer temporarily or it won’t even go away. What’s worse, you have given out your personal information during the paying process. You will be suffering from property loss any time if you don’t take a quite solution about it. Therefore, please stay clearly when your computer gets blocked by this warning from FBI Moneypak. Once you have realized it’s an Internet scam, you will find out a perfect solution.

The following instructions require certain levels of computer skills like editing Windows Registry and other related operations. If you’re not computer literacy or need instant solutions to resolve FBI Moneypak virus and in case you might cause other troubles, please live chat with YooCare experts now

Two Screen Shots (Previous and Latest) of FBI Moneypak Virus:

Previous version asking $100

Latest version asking $200

Download wants 200 dollars pay with greendot moneypak

The latest FBI MoneyPak Virus warning screen – fine@fbi.gov

FBI warning moneypak Screen – Fake FBI warning virus removal is urgent

FBI under investigation pay $200 or $100 – FBI warning came up saying that i needed to make a fine

FBI locked scam green dot moneypak – How do i unlock my laptop from phoney FBI scam?

The Newest FBI Virus warning screen FBI pornographic infringement – Your computer has been locked and you need to pay 100 euros with Ukash or Paysafecard

Federal Bureau of Investigation International Police Association Moneypak Virus – You have 48 hours to pay 200 dollar fine

Fake FBI Warning Virus $200, FBI Greendot Moneypak Virus

Can the FBI lock your computer and ask for money? FBI Moneypak Virus $200 Code

FBI Moneypak Virus $300 Scam November 9, 2012

Computer Locked by FBI Moneypak Virus Demanding $400 Fine

FBI Online Agent has blocked your computer for security reason Virus Locked Computer Demands $200

FBI Moneypak Warning Virus Pay $500 Fine

Your computer has been locked by FBI Pay $300 Fine

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FBI Moneypak Warning scam government computer lock virus $400 or $350

FBI-Virus-Scam-$400

System Failure – FBI Moneypack Virus

System Failure FBI Virus

Computer Locked by FBI Moneypak Virus – New Screenshot of FBI $200 Virus

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Computer Locked by FBI Moneypak Virus – New Screenshot of FBI $300 Virus

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Computer Locked by FBI Moneypak Virus You have 48 hours to Pay $300 Fine

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New version of FBI Moneypak Virus $450 scan locked browser on Mac – FINE HAS BEEN PAID. YOUR CASE HAS BEEN CLOSED.  YOU CAN PAY $450 PROCESSING FEE TO DELETE ALL CRIMINAL RECORDS.

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FBI Moneypak Warning virus  details you can read:
THE FBI FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
ATTENTION!
IP: xxxx
Location: xxxx
IPS: xxxx
Your PC is blocked due to at least one of the reasons specified below.
You have been violation Copyright and Related Rights Law (Video, Music, Software) and illegally using or distributing copyrighted contents, thus infringing Article 1, Section 8, Clause 8, also known as the Copyright of the Criminal Code of United States of America.
Article 1, Section 8, Clause 8 of the Criminal Code provides for a fine of two to five hundred minimal wages or a deprivation of liberty for two to eight years.
Illegal access has been initiated from your PC without your knowledge or consent, your PC may be infected by malware, thus you are violating the law on Neglectful Use of Personal Computer. Article 210 of the Criminal Code provides for a fine of up to $100,000 and /or deprivation of liberty for four to nine years.
Pursuant to the amendment to Criminal Code of United States of America of May 28, 2011, this law infringement (if it is not repeated – first time) may be considered as conditional in case you pay the fine to the States.
Fines may only be paid within 72 hours after the infringement. As soon as 72 hours elapse, the possibility to pay the fine expires, and a criminal case is initiated against you automatically within the next 72 hours!
To unlock the computer, you must pay the fine through Moneypak of 200$.

Dangerous Factors Other Than Blocking Your Computer:

Besides from blocking you from accessing the computer, FBI Moneypak virus can also bring other troubles to annoy you.

It can disable other functions of computer such as opening Task Manager or connecting to the internet.
It may create system security flaws in order to bring other viruses and malware to damage your computer.
It could drop infected files and folders acting like legitimate ones to avoid detection from antivirus software.
It can collect your valuable information for remote hosts so that they can gain illegal benefits.
It will generally slow down your computer by dropping useless trashes.

Steps to Manually Remove This FBI Moneypak Scam:

As mentioned before that legitimate antivirus programs cannot 100% remove this FBI Moneypak virus, you will need to do the removal manually. It will require lots of knowledge of computer. And before you make any changes, please do a system backup beforehand in case any unpredictable results occur. Following are some steps for your consideration when you are doing this on your own:

Step 1. Reboot your infected computer and keep pressing F8 key on your keyboard and next use the arrow keys to select “Safe Mode with Networking” and press E/Enter;

Step 2. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del at the same time or right click on the Task Bar to open the Windows Task Manager;
Step 3. End the process [FBI Moneypak].exe;

Step 4. Open Control Panel from Start menu;

Step 5. Find Folder Options and under View tab, tick Show hidden files and folders and non-tick Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) then click OK;

Step 6. Open Registry Editor by pressing Windows+R keys;

Step 7. Find out and delete all these associating files as below:
Login to profile in which you are getting FBI Moneypak Virus…
Goto my computer
Then press ALT button once
Goto tools on menu bar
Goth select Folder options…
Click on view tab
Select Show hidden files, folders, and drives
Click ok button
%Desktop%\ FBI Moneypak.lnk

Step 8. Find out and remove all these associating registry entries:
HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\{random}
HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run Regedit32
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run “random”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Settings “net
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current\Winlogon\”Shell” = “random”
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableRegedit” = 0
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System “DisableRegistryTools” = 0

Step 9. Reboot again and get into normal mode when the above steps are done.

Video Shows You How to Remove FBI Fake Warning:

FBI Moneypak Virus Scam Manual Removal On Android Phone

Step 1. Restart your phone to put it in safe mode.

Note: “Safe Mode” on Phone starts up without loading any third-party add-ons and different devices have different ways to access safe mode.

For Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy S4 or Samsung Galaxy Note: 1. Power down. 2. Turn on and keep tapping the soft-button for “Menu”.

For Samsung Galaxy S3, S2 and others: 1. Power down. 2. Turn on, then press and hold Volume Down (Galaxy S3 and others), Volume Up (HTC One, ZTE, LG and others), or Volume Down and Volume Up together (various Motorola devices) when the vendor’s logo appears.

If you have managed to select Safe Mode, you will see the text “Safe Mode” at the bottom left corner of the screen.
Android-Safe-Mode
2. Once you have put your phone in safe mode, you are recommended to live chat with an expert for further removal tips.

Summary:

What does it  mean when your computer or android phone gets locked by FBI warning notice and requires you to pay 200 or 300 dollars? You may want to rip off the virus or avoiding viruses on your Android smartphone device, is to find a good antivirus app. However, you should be warned that an antivirus will not guarantee that your device is never attacked by viruses or malwares. Have tried several guides to remove FBI Moneypak virus but failed? Because any mistake due to lacking of computer knowledge could lead to more damages till system goes crash down, so if you are not computer savvy, please consult with computer experts, this is the best choice.

Kindly Reminder: Have spent much time but failed? To save your computer or Android Phone, please contact YooCare Experts 24/7 online in time for a fast and professional help.

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Published by Andrew Gonzalez, last updated on November 26, 2014 2:39 am | How to Guides

77 Responses to “FBI Moneypak Virus Blocked PC or Android Phone Asking to Pay A Fine to Unlock?”

  1. ryan says:

    thank you for this. i got the virus a few minutes ago on my laptop, but once i read it, and after a few seconds of freaking out, i decided it had to be a virus. aside from the fact i was doing none of the things it was accusing me of, i couldn’t imagine an official FBI document using exclamation marks, the gov’t wanting me to pay them via a k-mart wire transfer, or a $100,000 fine for being infected with malware. also before using the other computer in my house to check this, i force-restarted my computer with the internet router powered off so that i could check my firewall (which had been disabled by the virus) and anti-virus. it was only upon reconnecting my internet (to register a new antivirus program i use on this computer but hadn’t put on my laptop yet) that the virus re-propagated itself. once the virus is up, however, disconnecting from the web will not get rid of the screen, nor will it stop showing your webcam as active. i assume this is to maintain the illusion that the fbi is watching you.

    anyways, while i figured it was a virus/trojan, thank you guys for confirming my suspicions and giving the step by step on how to get rid of it.

  2. Jay says:

    Thanks you saved me alot of grief and money over this FBI Moneypak virus.

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  4. Bryce says:

    Just got the “FBI” screen a few minutes ago. It sure freaked me out because it looked pretty realistic. Being someone who has NEVER been in trouble with the law, I felt like I was being set up with something. Then after a few minutes, and careful reading I figured it couldn’t be legit, afterall I haven’t done anything that would constitute a $200 K-mart payament……..I mean seriously…..K-MART? I certainly wouldn’t believe the FBI works hand in hand with K-mart for online money fines….. Anyways thank you for easing my mind about this matter.

  5. k says:

    Thank you for this info…I was infected this morning with this…at first I was very upset at my twins who are 4 and wanted to know what they had done…then I realized I shouldnt have left the laptop on the couch on the google search engine page…anyway after freaking out and calling my hubby who instisted it had to be a virus I borrowed my family members laptop and looked this up…it is exactly like the $200 fine ex you give. I agree with the guy above that my first inclintion was to contact the FBI but no contact info was given (strange) then the were was the whole $100,000 and 8 years of imprisionment punishment for getting a virus (really does such a thing exsist?) and the link they gave to email the FBI didnt work, only the spot to enter money…finally I said ya right…the FBI would do something to make it clear it was them, like keep me from using my laptop even if the interent wasnt on…after diabling the internet so it couldnt connect and then turning my laptop on I was able to use it fine…it only did this if it could link to the internet and then it froze it. So then I searched and found this info and now I feel soooo much better to know Im not the only one who didnt do anything wrong and yet got this message.

  6. Rodger says:

    The virus has been updated even in safe mode u cant use regedit or task manager.

  7. Carl says:

    Got this virus and just about fell out of my chair. Called my ISP, but used another computer in my house to get my account number. They told me it’s a virus that Malware Bytes will get rid of. I hope so cause I can’t find any of the files listed here and I hesitate to play with the registry. I’m not a brain surgeon, computer or otherwise, lol. Searched and can’t find any file named FBI moneypack with any extention. And my system is set to display both protected os and hidden files. Malware bytes shows 5 items so far. Hopefully this is one of them.

  8. kyle says:

    i didnt know about the scam. i paid the fine. besides loosing the money is this a problem?

  9. martin ornelas says:

    I bought a money pak for the cost of 200 to pay my fine but is showing an error, so please tell me where I can send the code number

    • Matt says:

      Don’t pay for that as it is a fake fbi virus, please contact YooCare experts immediately to kick it off of your PC.

  10. martin ornelas says:

    I always use only facebook, msn, youtube and somethimes google. but I never go to phornography, I don,t like that.

  11. martin ornelas says:

    please let me know how can I pay the fine for 200 I already bought the card money pak green dot when I try to send the code its shows error

  12. Floro says:

    Thank you very much for this very valuable info.

  13. JH says:

    Still can’t get it to work. My “task manager” and “regedit” won’t work… what to do now?

  14. Mace says:

    LOL I could tell this was a fake FBI block since first im trying to be a peace officer and second the FBI would never ask for money in this way, all I would like to say is thank you and your website for helping me unblock my laptop

  15. Rick says:

    I almost passed out when i got this virus !!! highly recommend yoocare.com . as long as you can boot your pc insafe mode with networking and a minimal fee i was virus free in minutes ! two thumbs up !!!!!

  16. adam says:

    that freaked me out sooooo much i thought i was going to prison

  17. Steve says:

    I really thank u all that commented on this. I turned on my laptop yesterday and I seen the screen from the FBI asking me for 200 to unblock my pc. Saying I’ve been watching child porn and downloading illegal music. I was so scared I turned off my pc ASAP lol. Thinking that the police was gonna trace me, kick my door and take me out in handcuffs. ( no lie I saw it in my head). I had to look it up cause I don’t b watchin no child porn that’s fuckin crazy, but then I found this and I was so relief it was jus a virus! Never been so happy to have a virus.

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  21. Claudia says:

    Please help me it’s not letting me do none of this steps task manager won’t appear it won’t kill the FBI program help please

    • tigerreb says:

      Just unplug everything. After 5min plug everything back and let the system do its thing. It clears block and reports problem. This thing can popup anywhere and scare the hell out of you untill you see the mode of payment. That just screamed SCAM !!

  22. Jonathan says:

    I am so dumb – gave my last $200 to these scammers and now I’m broke. Losing house, job, wife, kids. All because of Nigeria.

  23. Jennifer says:

    What do I delete in the 3rd step how do I end the process

  24. Lizzie says:

    So are all the screenshots up there the fake ones? I really got scared because my computer just got this.

  25. han says:

    Well…like many, many others…I’ve been hit with that FBI virus!…I can’t get into anything on my computer…Please help!

  26. Gio says:

    Thank god this is a virus it scared me almost to tears.

  27. Whitelion says:

    I was freaked out when I saw this dandy… I am working on becoming a teacher for kids in special education and couldn’t help but think my future was ruined. It took me over a day to replay everything and remember stuff I had learned back when I applied for a position in a large police department. The FBI and other enforcement groups don’t bother with threats. If I had done something illegal I would be talking with agents right now and it wouldn’t be a simple $200 fine. I would love to find out where this virus started and have charges brought against the program writer. This is one level below being a direct threat, and certainly is using false ID( FBI ) Using ID of any officer is punishable with jail time and a huge fine. Anyone looking for a reward should go hunting.

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  33. Gayle A says:

    Any help would be really appreciated! I have the FBI virus and it has COMPLETELY highjacked my computer. I tried Safe with internet, safe mode, I have tried the command prompt it hoses everything – cant get in Safe mode, I cannot get past the first welcome. I disconnected from the internet cable – no dice and I also pulled the battery cord from inside the computer to try and purposely crash my computer – no dice.
    Again – anything would help This is XP

    • Gayle A says:

      Or throw the computer off the bridge and get a new one…. may be an option

  34. olumpa says:

    thank you so much. i had no idea what was going on. thank you

  35. Mei says:

    omfg seriously fml I’m a 13 year old girl child porn you have got to be kidding me. my mom is going to kill me when she finds that on the computer screen.this is so stupid Kmart rite aid working with the FBI are these people stupid or what. now I can’t even do my homework, I’m about to fail my class

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  39. robin says:

    So it happen to me today & my husband & I freaked out. Heck even knowing it’s a scam we are still freaked that there’s a chance that it could be real. Even know we did none of what it says. Okay so how do I get a hold of the yoo care to get this off my computer & unlock my computer?

  40. robin says:

    Okay I just logged back on to look at it again & it was off. The lock came off on it’s own. Thank goodness. What a stress

  41. chase says:

    This scam almost ruined my marriage

  42. Robin says:

    What a scare

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    It will not let me delete the HKEY stuff it says access denied! Help!!

  48. Johnson says:

    Are the consequences like going to prison, paying fines or going to court, legit? i just saw this and freaked out. none of the stuff it said was true, downloading illegal music or copyrighted materials. there are some very important files on my computer and i NEED them back, help please

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  50. bennet sunny says:

    thanks a lot …

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    • kevin short says:

      never had this happen before I don’t know why is now but how do you pay for it

  73. Glo says:

    Oh my god thank you so much for this! I was so scared that the fbi was going to come and arrest me for something I had never done! And that my mom was going to kill me! So helpful you’ve saved me!

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