Stop Blackmailing

Blackmail is a serious crime that can devastate a person’s life. It involves using threats or coercion to extract money, information, or other concessions from a victim. Whether you have fallen victim to an online extortionist or a personal acquaintance, it can be an incredibly difficult and frightening experience. That’s where Stop Blackmailing comes in.


Are you being blackmailed? Learn what you should do here!


What is Stop Blackmailing?

Stop Blackmailing is a comprehensive resource designed to help individuals who are being blackmailed. Our goal is to provide you with the information, tools, and support you need to fight back against your blackmailer and regain control of your life. Our service is completely confidential, and our team of experts is here to guide you through every step of the process.

What We Offer:

  1. Information and Advice: Our website provides detailed information on what blackmail is, how it works, and what you can do to fight back. We offer advice on the best ways to handle a blackmail situation and how to gather evidence that can be used to build a strong case against your blackmailer.
  2. Legal Assistance: If you have been the victim of blackmail and can’t stop it on your own or with the help from us, it is important to seek legal advice as soon as possible. Stop Blackmailing works with experienced lawyers who can help you understand your rights and options and who can represent you in court if necessary.
  3. Support and Counselling: Being blackmailed can be an incredibly stressful experience, and it’s essential to have support during this time. Stop Blackmailing provides access to professional counselors who can help you cope with the emotional impact of the situation and provide you with the support you need to move forward.
  4. Online Tools and Resources: We understand that blackmail can take many forms, including online extortion. That’s why we offer a range of online tools and resources to help you stay safe and secure online and to help you protect your personal information from falling into the wrong hands.

Who is behind Stop Blackmailing?

Stop Blackmailing was started by Jonas Borchgrevink as a part of his cybersecurity company has helped more than 6,400 clients in the past year and has been featured in The Washington Post and The Verge.