Frequently Asked Questions
- Do you need to know my name or email address?
- Not at all, Chris.
- Is this legal?
- Extortr is hosted in Kgryjstan, where enterprising, forward-thrusting Web 2.0 businesses such as ours are welcomed with open arms. We operate within the bounds of local law; it is your responsibility to make sure you obey any laws in your juristiction.
- How much does this cost?
- We take a 10% cut of the amount paid, with a $5 minimum.
- If I'm anonymous, how can I get the money?
- You can choose to have your money forwarded to a PayPal (or similar) account for small sums, or in the case of major extortion, you may choose to deposit the funds into a numbered Swiss account.
Advice for Recipients of Blackmail Notes
- What's going on?
- First of all, congratulations! You're being blackmailed using the most technologically advanced extortion service in the world, Extortr. If you haven't already, you should go to the web address in the email you were sent, to check that the photo or video that we have is genuine. If it's not, lucky you — you can let the timer next to it expire witout worry. If it is genuine, we recommend clicking on the "Pay Now" button as soon as possible in order to make sure that the material stays private.
- Who's blackmailing me?
- For customer service reasons, we do not ask for the name of the person who sent the blackmail demand.
- How can I get in contact with you?
- Use the customer service form on the web address you were sent, or call us in sunny Kgryjstan on +997 028-2948. Calls may be recorded for training porpoises.
- Is this site for real?
- No. It's a joke that's already been dragged out way too far for its own good.
- Where are the pictures from?
- They were all released "for any use" at stock.xchng. No-one's really being blackmailed.
- Who made this?
- Tom Scott. You can email me, or have a look at other stuff I've made.
- This isn't actually a genuine web site. It's just a joke.