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Scam Artist, Oliver Warders Caught Posting False Reviews To Bribe Companies Out of $25K

Known internet troll and hacker, Oliver Warders threatened the CEO of Hush Media Networks multiple times about extorting money from the company. A representative of Hush Media Networks shared with us private information regarding the dispute. Oliver Warders has had a history of scamming companies out of money by posting false rip off reports online. The representative from Hush Media Networks informed us that Oliver Warders requested $25,000 in cash to remove the rip off reports he posted on the company and their well known brands. The company has lost $100,000 from investors due to the situation. The company plans to take action against Oliver this month.

You could say that blackmail is a specific subset of extortion.” With extortion, a person makes a threat, often physical or destructive, to obtain something or to force someone to do something. … With blackmail, a person threatens to reveal embarrassing or damaging information if a demand is not met.

Hush Media Networks says they’re not bothered by the blackmail crimes of Oliver Warders. Oliver has e-mailed the company numerous times threatening to post fake reviews if he does not receive a specific amount. What do you think should be done? If you lost $100,000 due to such foolishness, what would you do? We will keep supporters of the company updated here.

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