If you are a victim of blackmail, keep in mind that you involved yourself with an individual who has no boundaries. Such being the case, they have no problem destroying your life. However, that is not to say you cannot fight and get out unscathed. You can, but it is extremely stressful and not an easy road to walk alone.
Knowing which blackmail group is extorting you is extremely important. Most fall prey to organizations in the Philippines, Ivory Coast, Mali, Burkina Faso, Morocco, and Ukraine. Do note, these are not some hacks getting lucky pulling scams but organized crime groups. Currently, the difference between you and them is they know what they are doing; you do not.
Obviously, the scammer revealed to you the leverage of the blackmail. Meaning the names and contact information of people they plan to expose you to if you do not pay them. Determine what else they know about you, like mobile number, email address, spouse, work, home address, and other social sites. Each of these makes you vulnerable.
Paying does not guarantee they will not expose you. The promise of deleting your content is a lie. If you pay, the scammer will become more aggressive, demanding another payment.
At this point, you are freaking out and unsure what to do. Stall by claiming you have no money and need 24 hours to borrow. Plead, plead, and plead! You need the time to get your head together and come up with a plan.
Move swiftly and make your online presence dark. Shut down, go private, do what you must do. However, do not block the blackmailer if you are communicating on a social site. It does not hurt to tell friends and followers someone hacked your account. Therefore, do not open any messages with your name.
When a victim of blackmail, it is essential to choose the right professional to assist. The wrong one could destroy your life. What you want to know is how they will protect your identity. Next, how will they prevent the blackmailer from exposing you to family, work, and friends? Finally, what is done to get rid of the scammer and assure they will not return. If these questions go unanswered, it is a failure.
If you read about me online, you will learn I am a New York Times Bestselling Author of the go-to book about online and offline privacy. In addition, I am a public speaker who speaks about privacy protection. I have been successfully combating blackmail for over two decades. There is no professional out there who can match my expertise or experience. If you want to get past this part of your life and protect your family and job. I can do that for you.
The consultation allows me to understand your situation in detail. From there, I determine the best strategy. After that, you will be able to execute on your own or hire me to assist. I work alone, so when you hire Frank M. Ahearn, you get Frank M. Ahearn, not an employee. This guarantees discretion and protects your privacy.
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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.
After payment, please email me at FA@FrankAhearn.com.
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.
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