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Cyber Guardian 
Security LLC

We Can Help You Stop Blackmail and Extortion 

We act quickly without charging extra. Contact us today to learn more about our services and pricing.

Our multi-national team will take over communication with the individual (or group) attempting to extort you, locate and identify them, and get them to STOP. We have a 97% success rate and are completely discreet and confidential. If you are struggling with a criminal trying to blackmail you, end the cycle today by contacting our team of experts!

Why is the team at Cyber Guardian Security a good option for you?​
  • Reporting to the Police or FBI can be ineffective at stopping your blackmailer. We have a 97% success rate at stopping online blackmail, extortion, and sextortion.

  • We take immediate action on your behalf. We start working within 24 hours to resolve this situation as quickly as possible. 

  • Completely discrete and confidential. We know the sensitivity of your situation. We keep it 100% confidential. 

  • One fee, and transparent pricing. We don’t want you to waste money on expensive fees, or even worse, paying your blackmailer. We only charge one low fixed fee, regardless of your situation. 

  • Check with the Better Business Bureau before choosing a company. We are an Accredited Business with the BBB with an A rating.

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"I was at the end of my rope and didn’t know what to do until I called your company.  I got scammed out of $500 and then they wanted more.  After I gave my information, your company took over and stopped these criminals and now I have my life back!  I’m glad that there is a company like yours because I didn’t know what to do.  Thank you sooooo much!"


  - D.W., Austin, Texas


Social media platforms have become a ubiquitous part of our daily lives. They offer numerous benefits like connecting with friends and family, keeping up with news and trends, and even running businesses. However, the same features that make these platforms attractive also attract criminals, who have found new ways to exploit the digital world. Two such crimes that have become increasingly prevalent on social media platforms are extortion and sextortion.

Extortion is the use of threats or force to obtain money or property from someone. On social media, extortion often takes the form of blackmailing users with sensitive or compromising information. Sextortion is a specific type of extortion that involves threatening to release sexually explicit content unless the victim complies with the blackmailer's demands.

Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter are some of the most popular social media platforms, and unfortunately, they are also some of the most vulnerable to extortion and sextortion. Criminals can use these platforms to access personal information about users, which they can then use to blackmail them.

TikTok, on the other hand, is a relatively new social media platform that has quickly become popular among younger users. As with any platform that attracts a younger audience, there is an increased risk of extortion and sextortion. In addition, TikTok's algorithm can make it easier for users to be targeted by predators, who can use the platform's features to identify potential victims.

WhatsApp is a messaging app that allows users to send messages, photos, and videos to each other. While the app uses end-to-end encryption to protect users' messages, this does not prevent users from being targeted by extortion or sextortion. Criminals can still use the app to send threatening messages and demand money or other valuables in exchange for not releasing sensitive information.

Ashley Madison is a social media platform designed specifically for people seeking extramarital affairs. The platform was hacked in 2015, and the personal information of millions of users was released online. Since then, many of those users have reported receiving extortion and sextortion threats from hackers and other criminals.

Snapchat is a popular messaging app that allows users to send disappearing messages, photos, and videos. While the disappearing messages feature may seem like it would make the platform less vulnerable to extortion and sextortion, it actually makes it easier for criminals to use the app to threaten users. Criminals can send a message or image to a user, threatening to release sensitive information unless they comply with their demands.

If you are a victim of extortion, sextortion, or blackmail, and are wondering how to deal with blackmail or how to deal with sextortion, the professional team at Cyber Guardian Security can help! 



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