Hacker blackmail is prevalent; blackmailers posing as hackers trap victims on two ends. When a person gets caught up in blackmail or sextortion, they search online for solutions. Sometimes they find a hacker supposedly capable of locating the blackmailer and corrupting the files. Victims are desperate, and they allow false hope to rule. After they pay the fee, the blackmailer returns and claims they located the compromising photos and videos. However, extreme measures are necessary, and an additional fee is needed. These payment demands will go on and on and on. When you finally refuse payment, the fake hacker blackmails you.
The problem with hacker blackmail is that you have no idea if the person you are engaging is a criminal. Anyone can create a website and proclaim they are hackers. Even if they are real, locating your content is extremely difficult, and the blackmailer could have transferred to another mobile or computer. Often blackmailers will capture video using another mobile phone recording the screen. There is no way of locating the second mobile. Someone tells you they hacked and corrupted the content; how do you confirm? You cannot; all you can do is wait. Unfortunately, the blackmailer is returning, and you have an additional predator.
Hiring a hacker means throwing your money away and placing yourself at great risk. Fake hackers are blackmailers waiting for victims. Whether you hire them to locate your compromising photos, hack a business rival, clone a lover's mobile, whatever. You are engaging someone in criminal activity, and they will use it against you.
If you request, they hack another person; they will have you write about it in detail and text. The messages are a setup to have you identify yourself and admit to the illegal request. Once in play, the scammer blackmails you. Either you pay them, or they report you to law enforcement or the target of the hack.
The first step in stopping blackmail is realizing there is no such thing as the last payment. No matter what the scammer tells you, they are coming for more money. They will tell you your final fee is to delete the content from their computer. Next, they will claim they made a mistake in the cost, and you must pay a few hundred more. The business of extortion is not to expose but to get as much as possible.
If you need help with hacker blackmail, Frank M. Ahearn is a blackmail consultant who helps victims protect their identity, prevent exposure, and eliminate the scammer from their life.
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