What To Do About Blackmail
What To Do About Blackmail
Frank M. Ahearn is a privacy consultant who disappears people, and a blackmail expert who combats blackmail and sextortion. As well as the author of The New York Times Bestselling book, How to Disappear, and a public speaker.
Frank began his career as a skip tracer, where He located people from Boston to Bali. He did this by pretext and social engineering, which is extracting confidential data from large companies. Frank has found thousands of people worldwide and extracted private information from hundreds of global companies. However, his days of hunting and pretext are behind him, now preferring the world of privacy.
After writing an article titled How to Disappear, Frank became the go-to guy for people all over the world. The next thing you know, he is vanishing individuals without a trace. Eventually, The New York Times Bestseller, How to Disappear came to life.
For some, life can go south, and danger appears on their doorstep. Much of the time, it is a situation where law enforcement cannot help or become involved. So, a plan is created, and the client disappears. Although vanishing is not always the solution, digital disinformation or in-person "fixing" can resolve issues.
Falling under the umbrella of privacy is "the strange." It is when something occurs, and you are unsure who to contact for help. So, if there is that thing you cannot figure out how to resolve, Frank can.
These days Frank prefers to work with individuals affected by acts of indiscretion. Like, blackmail, sextortion, relationship blackmail, escort blackmail, or business blackmail. The damage done can flow online and offline and into one's personal and professional life. Frank M. Ahearn is the professional to contact when you need to stop blackmail.
If you are in a situation and need to create extreme privacy or need to disappear, Frank M. Ahearn can help. If you are facing criminal charges, trying to obtain a new or fake identity, forget about it; however, if you have a legitimate reason, schedule a consultation.
Are you a victim of relationship, business, or online blackmail? Or in a relationship of "understanding" and need it to end? Frank stops blackmail, prevents exposure, and protects identities. If necessary, he can negotiate an exit when ending relationship blackmail.
What To Know About Blackmail?
All victims of blackmail want to avoid exposure; however, doing so is tricky. What you do not want to do is be cocky or brazen in your exchange. Some will try to trick the blackmailer by saying they told their spouse. Unfortunately, such statements can prompt the extortionist to send photos or videos to the spouse. The other issue is blackmailers are not picky about whom they will share your information. If they have your work, son, brother, or daughter's contact, they are fair game.
Going head to head will not work; remember, they threaten people every day. You do not combat sextortion every day, which puts you at a disadvantage. Trust me, they know how to manipulate better than you, as well as squeeze the fear that makes you want to pay. Never challenge the blackmailer because you will lose. There are things to think about before you act.
I know it is difficult but keep a cool head, but it is important. The first thing is to take inventory of what they know about you. There is a difference between saying they have your wife's contact and sharing the actual email address or mobile number. They could be lying about the data they possess. It is imperative to pay close attention to what information is put on the table. I have worked on several cases where the blackmailer did not have the correct identity of my client. Many of the online scammers pull data reports; however, they do not know how to decipher and determine what is accurate or current.
If you send money, you are opening a door that will be challenging to close. Like rats, you feed them one, and they come back for more. One of the other issues is if you pay by PayPal, it could be an email address that further identifies you. Yes, you are supplying more information. Many want you to take a photo of the Western Union or MoneyGram transfer sheet. If you do, you exposed your real name and address.
The very second you are hit with the blackmail, you need to jump online and turn all your social media private. The scammer may not have located your online sites, or they are on the hunt for it. Even if they have your social sites, turn them private.
If you block the extortionist and they have contact info on another person in your life, they will make contact. By keeping in communications, you have control, and the time and opportunity to figure a plan. Also, blocking might get you instantly exposed, be it to contacts or posted on porn sites.
Do not pay, negotiate, stall, lie, or hire a professional.
What is help for blackmail?
Frank M. Ahearn is a global privacy expert who stops blackmail and protects identities.
When not playing global Superhero, and combating the evils of the world, Frank M. Ahearn travels the globe speaking about how to disappear, social engineering, digital footprints, how to find people, blackmail and much more.
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Frank M. Ahearn, author of The New York Times Bestseller, How to Disappear.
Things to know about online blackmail.