Help With Sextortion
Help With Sextortion
Most who face blackmail cling to the hopes of the blackmailer not exposing them. Unfortunately, it is a shortsighted understanding of potential damages. Married victims focus on not getting caught instead of realizing they have included their family in the victimization.
The dangerous leverage in sextortion is spouse, children, and employment. Information extracted from databases and social sites; Facebook and Instagram have it. I have witnessed blackmailers bypass victims, contact spouses, and threaten to send the compromising content to their place of employment. Even more dastardly, scammers have contacted children in college and threatened to expose the parent to their college classmates. Understand that blackmailers have no boundaries. It is your responsibility to create boundaries and stop them from hurting the ones you love. Remember, the victimization you are going through is not solely about you.
Your strategy to combat must include protecting all at risk. Anything less is a failure.
Frank M. Ahearn is a Blackmail Expert who protects extortion victims and stops blackmail. His expertise begins at protecting your identity to stop the blackmailer from learning more about you. Then, preventing video and photo exposure targeted at family, friends, and your employer. Finally, his strategy of online disinformation vanishes the blackmailer from your life, assuring no future contact.
Three Tactics To Stop Blackmail
Identity Protection: What does the blackmailer know and doing what needs to be done to prevent them from learning more about you, family, and employment.
Preventing Exposure: Manipulating the real threats with disinformation and substituting with fake leverage.
Vanishing The Blackmailer: Utilizing online disinformation and fake data to contain the blackmail in a safe space.
Time is of the essence, and you must take quick actions to combat the extortion. First, do not pay the demand. If you do, it only leads to further extortion. Tell them you have no money and need to borrow from a friend. They will threaten and say no but will ultimately ask you how much you have now. The answer is nothing; plead for a 24-hour window. Use that time to go dark online and find the professional help needed to stop blackmail.
A consultation allows me to understand your case in full. Who you are, your online and offline presence, and what is at stake?
Knowing which extortion group, like the Philippines, Ivory Coast, Mali, Burkina Faso, Moroccan, Ukraine, or a relationship situation, determine which extortion tactic to utilize.
I search your online information for vulnerabilities, recommend actions, and assist you in going dark.
Upon conclusion, I prepare a strategy where you can execute independently, hire me to assist, or take over the blackmail in full.
If you cannot schedule a consultation, read my blog, and watch my videos for tips to assist.
If you are a minor, legally, I cannot speak with you. As difficult as it will be, you must talk with your parent.
Frank M. Ahearn
Frank M. Ahearn is a privacy consultant, and author of The New York Times Bestseller, How to Disappear: Erase Your Digital Footprint, Leave False Trails, and Vanish without a Trace. The go-to book about protecting your personal privacy and disappearing in the digital world.
Frank began his career as a social engineer and skip tracer, locating people who did not want to be found. In 2000, he began working with individuals who had severe privacy issues. Such as the need to disappear, be it from a stalker, dangerous spouse, or violent individual looking to cause harm.
These days Frank specifically works with individuals affected by acts of indiscretion. If you are a victim of blackmail or another social issue, Frank can help.
Ignoring a blackmailer is never good; doing so is an express lane to them exposing you. Think about it, if they cannot contact you, they will contact family or friends. Maintaining communications gives you a fighting chance. By the way, law enforcement will suggest you ignore it. Ask yourself, how many cases has that cop worked? Probably none.
Hiring a hacker to locate the scammer and hack the file is not happening. There is no way of knowing if your content is on five other devices. By the way, many of the hackers advertising blackmail help are scammers stealing money.
The ever-brilliant lawyer will suggest sending a cease-and-desist letter. Basically, a note telling the scammer to stop. A criminal on the other side of the world is not afraid of some suit?
Some claim they can locate the blackmailer and convince them to stop the extortion. Do you think the person scamming you is using a mobile, email, or internet connection where someone can track them? The blackmailer you are dealing with is a professional; they know how to protect their identity.
Be smart when you choose help. Take your time, ask questions. Most of all, ask how the strategy will protect your identity, family, job, prevent exposure, and get rid of the blackmailer.
When you hire Frank M. Ahearn, you get Frank M. Ahearn. I work alone. Therefore, discretion is assured. The strategy of disinformation works, and my success rate is 99%.
24-hour consultations by phone, video, or email.
After payment, please email me at FA@FrankAhearn.com, and INCLUDE PHONE NUMBER.
If I do not respond immediately, it means I am on a plane, or my email is in your SPAM.
Do not send money to the blackmailer, I will contact you ASAP.
One of the top internet searches that hit my website is; do Facebook blackmailers follow through and expose victims? The problem with the question is no two blackmailers are alike. Some do it for money and avoid exposing, so they hold the victim hostage and bleed them of cash. Others can be more aggressive and, even after paying, share the content with friends or family.