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What To Do About Blackmail?
What To Do About Blackmail?
The first question to ask yourself is why Frank M. Ahearn. When you hire me, you get me, not an employee. I work alone and believe that true privacy and discretion only exist if it is between us.
I have been in the extreme privacy business for over thirty years. I am not talking about data or technical but hardcore human issues like blackmail, extortion, stalking, and other threats that can destroy a person's life. No one in this industry comes close to having my experience. My expertise is protecting your identity, preventing exposure, and ensuring the blackmailer does not return. Nothing less! I offer three successful options. I teach you how to combat blackmail on your own, which occurs in the consultation. I can work with you until the blackmailer is gone for good. Or, in extreme cases, I take over the case and pose as you. It is in my hands, and you have nothing to worry about.
On a side note, I am the author of the New York Times Bestseller, How to Disappear. When not working with clients, I travel and speak for organizations about online and offline privacy.
If you are a victim of sextortion and need Facebook blackmail protection or other blackmail assistance, I can help.
It is easy becoming a victim of blackmail; getting out is difficult. Frank M. Ahearn, The Blackmail Expert, can take over and pose as you to get rid of the blackmailer.
Victims of blackmail tend to ignore the importance of protecting their identity. If the scam occurred on Facebook or Instagram, friends and followers are the primary threat. However, the amount of personal information the blackmailer extracted is unknown. The manipulation is for you to obsess on the danger at hand. Doing so paralyzes you and makes you ignore other threats, like family and employment.
Protecting one's identity is not limited to the idea of going dark and shutting down social accounts. The win in blackmail is no exposure and convincing the blackmailer you are not you. Sometimes after the fact, blackmailers post content to a variety of social sites. Better to have it under Pete, when your name is Paul. When combating blackmail, don't settle for the idea of solely preventing exposure. A here-and-now mindset overlooks the big picture of safeguarding your family and employment. Focus on the solution and not the problem.
I cannot stress that when dealing with sextortion, you need to remain calm and think with your head. Getting the wrong help could make matters worse. Some services prey on fear and have no problem taking advantage of those in need. Be careful, and determine what is "your blackmail" help. Either way, assistance should include protecting your identity, preventing exposure, and disappearing the blackmailer.
Do blackmailers expose?
Some do, and some do not. The problem is you do not know which one you are facing. Most blackmailers recognize there is more money in not exposing but keeping the scam alive. Thus, the problem of getting rid of them. My tactics prevent exposure, protect your identity, and disappear the scammer.
Should I block the blackmailer?
Blocking the blackmailer is an express lane to them exposing you. If you block, they have nothing to lose and might as well destroy your life. My tactic gets them off your real contact information.
Should I pay the blackmail demands?
Never pay a blackmailer. Doing so always leads to another demand for money. Also, there is no such thing as a final payment. My tactic of stalling pushes the blackmailer off without risking exposure.
Should I tell anyone?
You can tell those in your circle that someone hacked your account. Ask them not to open any messages and report the profile. Staying in contact with the blackmailer keeps you in control in control of the situation.
What do I do about my social media?
If possible, dump your social media. If people ask what happened, claim someone hacked the account. It is important not to delete an account if that is your point of contact. However, still make it private. Part of my strategy is getting the blackmailer off your social media.
What do I do about the blackmail threats?
Keep in mind the threat is a tactic; this is why you need a tactic too. Think with your head, not with your fear. My expertise is stopping the blackmailer..
Can a hacker hack the blackmailer and corrupt compromised content?
Buyer beware! blackmail and sextortion companies are offering all types of help. Fake hackers claim they can find and corrupt your content. It is not happening, so don't waste your money.
Can a company find the blackmailer and stop the demands?
The idea of finding a blackmailer is fiction. Even if a company could locate the blackmailer in the Philippines or The Ivory Coast, why would they stop? They already committed the crime. Plus, they have no fear of law enforcement.
Before paying a company know what you are getting and how it will help. Will it protect your identity, prevent exposure, and disappear the blackmailer? If not, it is a failure.
Some services claim they can lock down your online profile and monitor your internet activity.
Still, this action does not stop demands. You can lock down your online profile by deleting your social media. You can monitor by creating Google Alerts. Do note, if that is all you do, exposure is in your future.
What is blackmail help?
Protecting your identity, preventing exposure, and disappearing a blackmailer is the definition of blackmail help. It is not solely a here-and-now issue but something that could affect you in six months. Think ahead.
Is it possible to get out of blackmail safely?
Blackmail is a serious issue that can destroy lives. Ignoring and flying blind is a catastrophe in the making. It takes a smart strategy and some hard work to prevent exposure.
Will the blackmail consultation help?
100%! After our conversation, you will know how to protect your identity, combat the blackmailer, properly stall to back them off, and protect your family and job.
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