Investigation blackmail and extortion
The freedom of movement that we enjoy every day seems so obvious. However, this feeling can just be taken away from you when you are a victim of blackmail, extortion or sextortion. Some people are more at risk in daily life than others. Think of well-known Dutch people, but also CEOs of multinationals, influential chairmen, local entrepreneurs and politicians. Yet no one has the guarantee not to fall victim to blackmail, extortion or sextortion.
Rapid action is necessary to prevent escalation. These are extremely sensitive subjects that naturally require great discretion. With a mountain of experience in this field, Strongwood is the detective agency that offers help when you have become a victim of this.
Those who give in to it will end up in agony that can end in a few ways:
- You can no longer provide the required services or do any favors
- The vulnerability ceases because the cause is limited or generally known
- You become financially exhausted. Never give in! Do not pay, but seek professional help immediately.
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We can help the blackmail to stop
We are able, by means of a unique method and within a very short period of time, to stop this problem completely. Strongwood has the experience of often achieving results within a month.
Of course every case is unique. Usually we help our customers through:
When is something blackmail?
Article 317 Criminal Code
He who, with the intent to gain unlawful advantage for himself or another, by force or threat of force, compels someone either to surrender any property that belongs in whole or in part to this person or to a third party, or to incur a debt or to cancel an inscription, or to make information available ”.
Article 318 Criminal Code
He who, with the intent to gain an unlawful advantage for himself or another, by threat of libel, defamation or disclosure of a secret, compels someone to hand over any property that belongs in whole or in part to this person or to a third party, or to incurring a debt or canceling a debt, or making data with monetary value available in trade, is considered guilty of threatening to threaten.
Article 216 Criminal Code
He who deliberately assaults someone's honor or reputation by charging a particular fact with the apparent purpose of publicizing it, is punished as guilty of reproach. If this is done by means of writings or images, distributed, openly exhibited or apprehended, or by documents the content of which is openly played, the perpetrator, as guilty of defamation, will be punished.