How to Tell Someone They’re Being Extorted

People are being lied to and extorted in overwhelming numbers these days, and in each of these situations there is (a) someone that knows the person that’s being extorted, and (b) someone that knows the extortionist. Yet despite the hurt and pain it causes, bystanders often remain silent and say nothing. Some bystanders stay silent for fear that they’ll anger the person they’re confronting. Other times we fear the person will be humiliated and shut down entirely; unable to handle the shame of knowing that everyone else knows they’ve been scammed or conned. There are a number of good reasons for not wanting to tell someone they’re being defrauded or extorted, so instead of saying anything, why not let The Incognito Help Line tell them so you don’t have to?

If you’re not familiar with the service, The Incognito Help Line is an anonymous, third party messaging service that will deliver any message to anyone, so that it can’t be traced back to you! Simply provide the recipient’s name at check out, and The Incognito Help Line will tell them they’re being extorted on, so you don’t have to.

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Too often than not, scammers and con-men don’t act in private, and are apt to tell people or flaunt their fraudulent earnings behind the backs of the very people that have loved and supported them- much to their own demise. Luckily, they don’t have to be left in the dark any longer. So whether your grandma’s fallen victim to a Nigerian love scam, or your best bud is Catfishing someone that supports their lifestyle, The Incognito Help Line is always here to inform them, with the professionalism and care that they deserve. Try It Today!