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It's unknown who opened the first link. It could have been a customer or a vendor and once that person contacted someone else then it moved along the trails of contacts. Several people have tried to trace it without success, both using the "fake" email addresses and the bit coin addresses.

We may never know how it started, but what is important is that it continues to go on. At a slower pace, but there are still reports of Mexican vendors asking for bitcoin payment and I still get the obvious phishing emails from time to time. 

Just keep checking that your payment info emails are coming from your vendors correct address. That will keep you safe 99% of the time. If you get an email that doesn't match, try to make conversation with the vendor. These scammers can't talk much other than to say "we are having a problem with the usual payment method ".

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