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Mr. Black is a Security Agency with special focus on the needs of High-class clients. It serves to clarify suspicions such as infidelity and abuse as well as the defense against crisis scenarios such as stalking, coercion or blackmailing. The overview below is exemplary, threat situations differ from client to client and the individual scenarios can overlap thematically.

Note: Mr. Black assists clients in educating and preventing crises. In no case, the agents of Mr. Black support actors in illegal activities or make themselves punishable. If necessary, legal experts are called in.


In extortion, a blackmailer attempts to enrich himself or third parties illegally by force or by threat at the expense of another. Blackmail often takes the form of letters, and blackmail is based on a photo and video material, or precarious insider knowledge, usually accompanied by a ransom claim. Frequently, it also takes the form of sexual blackmail, accompanied by cyber-grooming or directly as cyber-blackmail via various messenger services.


Threat is one of the most common crimes. In the legal sense, threat is a menace or declaration of one’s purpose or intention towards injury to the person, property, or rights of another, by commission of an unlawful act. The danger is not only in the raw threat of violence, but also emotionally in terms of emotions and emotional blackmail, these are often associated with such a scenario. In addition, threats are no longer just face-to-face, but perpetrators also use methods of telephone threat or the Internet, known as cybercrime. This makes it easier for the perpetrators to remain anonymous.

Marriage and Partnership

Marriage is at least no longer a criminal offense in Germany, but this is one of the most frequent scenarios in which our agents are drawn—has your partner dared a side jump or even a secret relationship? Was there a sexual affair with another person or a prostitute? How is the partner doing business? Is he or she loyal? Do I succumb to a marriage? The uncertainties about a partnership are numerous, which is why it is also a popular field of our investigation.


Stalking is the willful and repeated (persistent) persecution or harassment of a person whose physical or psychological integrity can be directly, indirectly or in the long term, threatened and damaged. Women are mainly victims of stalking attacks and it often leads to threats, extortion and psychoterror attacks. Often, the victims of shame do not dare go to the authorities, or are not aware of the danger that emanates from such a perpetrator. Perpetrators are often spurned lovers, an acquaintance, friends, colleagues, or dubious Internet acquaintances.


Scandals affect people who are in a wider public. Whether celebrities, business executives or politicians, in all sectors, scandals are continually taking place. It generally makes the public view people in a bad light. Whether corruption, bribery, sex, fraud, or drug scandal, it harms the reputation of the victim and can have long-term threatening effects on career and personal life.


Most affairs are sexual in nature, and quite often, one could become a victim of criminal offenses such as bribery, blackmail or threat. Whether intermittent misdemeanors on a business trip or a long-term relationship with a secret partner, affairs are in most cases callousing or even threatening to exist, and they require a particularly discreet treatment.


Internet crime or cybercrime refers to criminal offenses committed on the Internet. In the private sector, cybercrime can be found in numerous forms—fraud by fake profiles in online dating forums or by blackmail after common sexual acts in front of the webcam, but also data theft is a common form of cybercriminality.


Cyberstalking is the repeated use of electronic communications to harass or frighten someone. Online stalking, for example, is the repeated sending of harassing text messages, messenger messages or e-mails, as well as the constant calling of victims, daily. Cyberstalking is often associated with bullying and psychoterror.


In the legal sense, abduction is a criminal act in which a person or group of persons, partly also by force or secretly, is brought to a different place. Abduction is often associated with kidnapping, and far too often, victims are mostly children. In recent years, the abduction of minors abroad has occurred more frequently, but administrative investigations are often slow due to various bureaucratic objections.


In an economic sense, fraud is often found in the form of investment fraud or capital and insolvency fraud. In the private sector, some examples are marriage fraud, heritage fraud or insurance fraud. In the legal sense, fraud is a criminal offense in which the perpetrator, with the intent to unlawfully enrich the victim, deceives the victim by pretending or repressing facts in such a way as to damage himself or a third party, thereby causing material damage.

Secret betrayal

Secret betrayal is the unauthorized disclosure of secrets to third parties. Often, companies are affected by the inadvertent dissemination of internal information to competitors. Even in the private sector, there is often secret betrayal, here, it usually leads to a reputation damage or goes along with psychoterror attacks.

Wrong suspicion

The false suspicion of a person is usually aimed at harming the public image of the person with the intention of a personal profit to the perpetrator. False suspects are accused, and the presentation of false facts make it a dire situation for the wrongly accused, false suspicion is done mostly for the manipulation of certain situations in the private and economic sphere. In the worst case, the reputation of an individual can lead to considerable damage with far-reaching consequences.

Romance scamming

Romance scamming or love scam is a form of Internet fraud, where fake profiles are used on dating platforms to make victims fall in love, with the aim of financial exploitation. Romance Scamming is used in numerous portals, often, Asian women are used as fake profiles. Romance Scamming is often organized crime and goes hand in hand with fraud and extortion.

Reputation management

Reputation is the establishment of unjustifiable claims about a person, although it is known that they are untrue. Common term names are also slander and slander. From the implications of the implications of reputation, imago damages for private individuals and often considerable PR damage and economic damages for companies. In both scenarios, the perpetrators of the perpetrators are in the foreground.

People's search

The term “person search” refers to all measures for determining the location of wanted persons (suspects, missing persons, witnesses). Personnel Investigation is a common scenario for the business and private investors of Mr Black. Our investigators regularly search for witnesses, suspected or missing persons, such as spouses and children, to know they are safe. Frequently, a person’s hunt is preceded by an abduction, but also the submergence of persons like witnesses is not a rarity.

Organized crime

Organized crime is one of the most common forms of criminal machinations. It is the planned commissioning of criminal offenses, which are determined by profit or power struggles, which individually or in their entirety are of considerable importance when more than two parties act for a prolonged or undefined duration. Typical forms of organized crime are drug trafficking, forced prostitution, trafficking of human beings, stealing of goods, counterfeit brands, chapter procurement gangs, or whole networks of pedophile and necrophile offenders.


The falsification of a private or business person usually has the purpose of harming an existence with the intention of a personal profit of the perpetrator. False suspects are accusations, accusations, accusations, and pretensions of false facts, as well as the manipulation of certain situations in the private and economic sphere. In the worst case, the reputation of an individual can lead to considerable damage with far-reaching consequences.

child abuse

Child abuse

Child abuse is understood to mean the psychological or physical violence against children and adolescents. Frequent forms are the sexual abuse, and neglect of children. Unfortunately, there are also more extreme forms, such as kidnapping of children abroad, mostly by the non-custodial parent or other close relatives and acquaintances. This also includes organized child trafficking and pedophilia.


The term “embezzlement” refers to the misappropriation of funds placed in one’s trust or belonging to one’s employer. This happens in a variety of forms, often after the end of a marriage, but also in friendships or business relationships.


Compulsion means calling someone to action, toleration, or omission by force or by threat.


Psychoterror is understood to be continuous and repetitive targeted attacks, provocations, harassment, and coercion for the purpose of insecurity or harm to the mental health of the victim. Psychoterror includes a wide range of actions ranging from subtle remarks, harassment jokes to abuse, humiliation, slander, defamation, discrimination, persecution, coercion, blackmail, violence and death threats.

Confidence Trickster

It is the misrepresentation of false facts, usually by means of false doctrinal titles, fake life courses, false university degrees or professional degrees, up to complete duplicates, which are managed by high-staplers. Hochstapler is close to the case of fraud. It is found both in the private sphere (marriage) as well as in the economic sphere—in the latter, especially due to wrong qualifications, which are predestined to a hierarchically higher position than it appears.

Title trade

Title trafficking is the unlawful trade in titles. Frequently, false approbations are bought, which can unlawfully create a profession. Accordingly, title trading is to be enacted close to a high tapestry.


A personal injury may be considered as acts which are directed against the physical or psychological integrity of another person.


Infidelity is a criminal offense. As a result of a breach of faithfulness, the victim is deprived of economic damages as a result of a faithful act defined in the relevant criminal code. Therefore, the offense is a property offense.


In principle, theft is a criminal offense directed against foreign property. Most frequent forms are car theft, data theft, burglary theft, identity theft, theft of property, transport thefts, theft of stock levels etc.

Heritage dispute

The inheritance dispute is a frequent crisis scenario among private individuals. They are accompanied by scenarios of bullying, psychoterrorism, threats and blackmail. Basically inheritance disputes require an intensive examination of the subject matter, a conscientious gathering of information and a flawless fact-checking.

Sexual abuse

Sexual abuse refers to sexual acts committed on persons who are either minors or adults who are unable to resist (eg children or disabled people). Sexual abuse mostly affects women and children. All too often those affected do not know how to deal with it, are ashamed and avoid the fear of going to authorities. Often, sexual abuse is linked to threats, blackmail, domestic violence and psychological terror.


Murder in general is a frowned upon act, it is understood as the deliberate taking of another life. In law, killing is a criminal offense. Most frequent searched terms are also unexplained causes of death, murder threat, child murdered, family drama and murdered or killed person found.

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