Instagram blackmail happens more than anyone can imagine. Probably more so than Facebook blackmail. Online scammers swarm Instagram and easily pick off victims. The problem with people who indulge online is there is no screening. A victim will get a follow request or DM from a stranger and see they are friends of a friend and will automatically connect, not realizing it is the start of something horrible. The friend connection almost gives the profile a sense of validity. People think they know my friend, so they must be safe.
Blackmailers pose as attractive females and begin a little conversation. Once you accept them as a follower, they extract your followers, the people they will expose you to if you do not pay. Often blackmailers want to get off Instagram and suggest Snapchat, Skype, Google Chats, or your mobile. The objective is to gain more information about you and capture additional contacts.
The conversation gets heated, and the female profile recommends going live on video; she is not real; what you see is looped. They do not speak but type. If you do not go on video, the profile sends compromising photos and expects the same. Most men do not refuse, and quickly the sextortion happens.
To stop Instagram blackmail, you should contact a professional such as Frank M. Ahearn. You must do more than prevent exposure, like protect your identity and manipulate the scammer away from your known contact. Get help now and schedule a consultation.
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