My name is Frank M. Ahearn; I am a global privacy expert who works with individuals who have severe issues. No one in this industry comes close to my experience and expertise. I have been combating scams for over thirty years. In addition, I am the author of the New York Times Bestseller, How to Disappear, and a public speaker.
Clients use my services, not solely because of the success factor but the discretion aspect too. You get me and no one else; that is true privacy!
When it comes to help, I protect your identity, prevent exposure, and disappear you from the blackmailer. Anything less is a failure.
Frank M. Ahearn
When dealing with online scams, you need to be careful not to get caught up in the fear. Yes, I know you are freaking out and unsure what to do. Start by focusing on the solution: how do you protect yourself and prevent disaster.
I believe the best way to combat blackmail is first to protect your identity, which works to prevent exposure. The last tactic is to free yourself from the scammer. These strategies are important because blackmail is not a here-and-now problem but can be a future issue if not dealt with properly.
Blackmailers recognize there is more money in keeping the scam alive. However, that is not to say they will not expose. The problem is that you do not know their intent, therefore, you must combat as if they will expose.
Never pay the demands; there is no one or final payment. Sending funds only leads to another request for money. Stall for time, say you need a day to borrow. It will allow you to strategize.
If you ignore or block the blackmailer, you run the risk of them exposing or contacting your friends to get in touch with you. Remaining in communication keeps the situation under control.
Some claim they can, but I seriously doubt they are tracking criminals in the Philippines or Ivory Coast. Even if they were traced, it does not stop the extortion, protect your identity, or prevent exposure.
Many fake hacking sites online claim they can locate and corrupt the files. It is not happening, so do not waste your money. You will never know if your content is corrupted. Plus, hacking does not stop the blackmail.
Get online immediately and turn all accounts private, or delete them. Do not delete if that is how you are communicating with the blackmailer.
Getting out unscathed.
100%! After our conversation, you will know how to help yourself in the situation, or have the option to hire me to assist.
A consultation begins with a phone call where you explain your situation, and I ask questions. I do not watch the clock; we take as much time as needed.
Identify: I identify which blackmail group.
People: What does the blackmailer know about you, like social media, family, friends, employment, and database information. Each of the vulnerable points needs to be dealt with properly.
Points of contact: How do they contact you, and what other means of communication they have; FB, Insta, LinkedIn, Whatsapp, SMS, Hangouts, Skype, etc. All need to be dealt with properly.
Blackmail: What to expect and how they stop
Strategy: I go over how to protect your identity.
Detailed Strategy; After our call, I will send you a specifically designed strategy. You can work it independently, with access to my private website.
Frank M. Ahearn, the blackmail expert