The first item to remember in blackmail is the blackmailer has zero boundaries and no problem destroying your life. Therefore, you must act with such in mind.
Most victims of online blackmail fall prey to blackmailers in the Philippines, Ivory Coast, Mali, Burkina Faso, Indonesia, and Ukraine. These are not some guys hanging in a basement pulling scams but organized crime groups. The difference between you and them at the moment is they know what they are doing; you do not.
Blackmail and sextortion is a transactional crime. You pay, and the scammer states they will not expose you. Not always true; paying does not guarantee anything other than you lost money. It is never a one-time thing; blackmailers see blackmail as a long-term con.
Frank M. Ahearn is The Blackmail Expert and can get you through the extortion unscathed by protecting your identity, preventing exposure, and getting rid of the blackmailer.
Never pay a blackmailer. If you do, you open yourself up to further victimization. Also, you might reveal more information about your identity. For example, PayPal can display your name, address and give them an email address they may not have had. If you send money by Western Union, the scammer will demand you take a photo of the receipt, displaying your name and address. Furthermore, paying does not necessarily prevent exposure or get rid of them, even those they promised.
Take inventory and think about everything they may know about you. Items like a spouse, employment, social media, or did they run a database report that has it all? Such information needs to be protected. Think hard, and think quickly.
Move like a mutha and turn all of your online information private. Even if they know your FB or Instagram, lock it up. Don't hesitate to let people know someone hacked your page. Ask that they do not open messages with your name.
Who will you contact for help? Take your time, and define what help is for you. Keep in mind, not being exposed is only part of combating blackmail and sextortion. You must tend to your identity; if not, you leave your family and employment vulnerable.
I believe that the best tactic to stop blackmail, prevent exposure, and protect a victim's identity is by using and creating disinformation. There is no doubt in my mind I can help you. I have been combating all types of blackmail and sextortion for many years. My background and experience make me the perfect professional to protect your identity and prevent exposure. Take time and read about me. I work with individuals with severe privacy problems, be it blackmail, business extortion, their lives in danger, or need to disappear for good. I am a New York Times Bestselling Author, public speaker, and The Blackmail Expert who can solve your problem.
A consultation allows me to hear your story and ask the question I need to ask—information such as what do they know about, spouse, employment, etc. But, equally, I need to know your social footprint, what is known about you online, your spouse, family, work, etc.
Based on the information, I create a plan to stop the blackmail and sextortion. You will be able to take the tactic and work it on your own or hire me to execute and get you through every step of the scam.
Relationship blackmail is when you have been with the blackmailer in person. It could be a onetime encounter with an escort, masseuse, or long-term relationship of understanding. These types of situations differ in how they threaten and are to be dealt with.
Knowing the type of extortionist you are dealing with is crucial. Some escorts toss out threats to earn a little extra cash, others make a living by playing both ends. Sometimes the encounter was a setup from the get-go. What needs to be determined is if the escort is working alone or with an organized group?
Does the escort have your mobile number, email address, or credit card? Was your wallet, briefcase, laptop, or mobile phone left unattended? Is it possible they could have taken a picture or video without your knowledge? Also, blackmail is not limited to compromising personal content but proprietary business information.
Relationship blackmail derives from a situation of understanding, or as some refer to it, a sugar daddy arrangement. Before breaking off such agreements, understand that it can evolve into blackmail and escalate to stalking. Ultimately you could be battling two fronts, money, and revenge.
The shock that rocks clients is when they discover how much information the other person knows about them. More than likely, your counterpart knew the end would someday arrive, and so they prepared themselves for the rainy day pay off. Done by secretly gathering your personal data, like keeping emails and texts, copies of financial transactions, photos, and videos.
One of my expertise is getting individuals and the HNWI out of relationship blackmail. If you are or have been in a situation of understanding with another, want out or need assistance. I can help.
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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