How to fight back against online blackmail/sextortion
Don't Let Sextortionists Destroy Your Family Life and Reputation
What happens if someone shares your personal, explicit photos or video online? The risks are horrifying:
Your family life could be in ruins, possibly even leading to divorce or loss of parental rights.
Your professional reputation could be destroyed. You could even lose your job.
You could lose the trust of friends. They might never look you in the eye again.
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Stop Private, Personal Video From Being Exposed Online Or In Emails
When an online relationship becomes sexual — intimate chats, sexy photos, video exchanges — it can quickly lead to blackmail. This form of extortion is sometimes called "sextortion".
We can stop that private information from being exposed.
Sextortionists can be ruthless, and they are always changing how they operate. Some now create new websites, posting the victim’s personal information — name, address, phone number and other details — along with the explicit video or images. The criminals use Search Engine Optimization techniques, and soon these sites begin to rank on major search engines such as Google, Bing and Yahoo. That means anyone searching the victim’s name will run across that website with the explicit material on the very first page of search results, virtually guaranteeing people will see it.
The criminals then send a sextortion email or text, demanding payment to get the site taken down. If you pay them, though, they will simply put the page up again later and demand more money.
What can you do? Act swiftly, and call us.
With our proprietary system, IP to Location ID, we can find the anonymous blackmailers. Our process enables us to follow the digital footprints to track down the criminals’ IP addresses, internet service providers and geographic locations, anywhere in the world. With that information and documented harassment, we can reach out to local authorities to bring the cybercriminals to justice and prevent exposure of your personal information.
We specialize in tracking down online blackmailers, no matter where they are
How Digital Forensics Corp. Tracks Down Blackmailers
Criminals who harass, bully or blackmail their victims take great pains to hide their identities. They use anonymous social media accounts, hide behind false email addresses, pretend to be other people. But all online interactions leave digital footprints, and our expert digital forensic examiners know how to follow them. In many cases, our experts can track down the domains, service providers and IP addresses used to commit extortion, pinpointing the original source of the crime. That is solid evidence you can take to police, or to court.
Contact Us For Expert Advice And Service
Call Digital Forensics Corp. at 800-849-6515, send us an email or chat online with a team member. Our dedicated representatives are available to help you 24/7/365.