We often receive emails or DM’s about someone getting stalked or someone who needs help to hack someone else. Questions like the following:
Here we will help out and provide resources that may help answer your questions. To begin with, hacking without permission is unlawful and this is not something that we do.
First of all, it is very important that you call 911 if you are in danger or feel unsafe. Another alternative to calling 911 is a non-emergency call. You can look up your local police department's number on their website and call them for a non-emergency call.
If you are struggling with a significant other and need information, there are many things you can do. One option is to get a private investigator if you need to acquire certain information on what your significant other is doing. They are professionals and can help if you think a significant other is cheating or doing other things behind your back.
If your significant other is fighting to let go of the joint bank account, bills, or other valuables, we recommend you hire a lawyer. They will be able to get your valuables back legally.
If you are having problems with an ex-girlfriend/boyfriend using your phone data or your social media accounts we recommend these:
What can you do if you start having issues with social media, (i.e. cannot get into your account, you are being hacked, or are struggling to get into a deceased family member's account) then you can always contact the social media platform. They have procedures in order to help you gain access or delete the account. They are always willing to help you out and are usually quick about taking care of it. Facebook offers the ability to remove or memorialize accounts of deceased family members. Twitter has similar procedures in place as well.
What is Cyberstalking and how do I know if it is happening to me? Cyberstalking is the use of technology to harass, threaten, or find the location of a person. Someone who is cyberstalking will show up at the same places as you, send you messages and threats online, try to friend you on multiple social media platforms, and try to separate you from friends and family.
We recommend you follow these 2 steps:
If you are having trouble with your grades, we can not help with that. What you can do is look up local tutoring services in your area, ask a friend, classmate, or a family member to help you study. Here are some tutoring links: