Next steps in extortion case - ideas?
mfidelman at meetinghouse.net
Sat Jul 5 23:15:13 UTC 2014
Miles Fidelman wrote:
> Justin M. Streiner wrote:
>>> Finally, you fail to address the one very simple way I described to
>>> determine who this scammer is: follow the money. Make a small partial
>>> payment on this supposed "debt" and see who cashes the check. Much
>>> than trying to follow "him" around on the internet, though that
>>> would be
>>> made easier in the course of negotiating a partial payment.
>> This is much easier to do once law enforcement agencies are engaged.
>> They can trace the money trail more throughly and effectively than
>> you or I can, as civilians.
> Not a bad idea.
> And... forget the class action and defamation stuff. Extortion is the
> most serious crime, and the one most likely to get law enforcement
> involved. Start with law enforcement in your own local/national
> jurisdiction - since that's where you are. Look to them to help track
> down where the perpetrator is, and then to law enforcement there.
> Civil action to recover damages will be lot easier after the
> perpetrator has been located, and perhaps convicted of criminal activity.
> Markus - perhaps a silly question, but have you contacted any law
> enforcement authorities yet? Extortion, of multiple people, across
> national borders, seems like something the Federal Police might be
> interested in pursuing. And then, if they're posting stuff on
> Blogspot, you might want to contact Google's legal folks.
> Miles Fidelman
Then again, this could be a job for Anonymous :-)
In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice.
In practice, there is. .... Yogi Berra
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