The 50 Worst Businesses to Extort

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Business extortion: There are many ways for criminals to make money. Some of them are so obvious that most people don’t even think of them as criminal activities. For example, extortion is not exactly a popular career option.

So what is extortion? It’s basically when someone threatens to do something bad to you or someone you love unless you give them money or property. You might think this sounds like a terrible business opportunity, but there are plenty of people who disagree with you. The FBI estimates that there are over 5,000 businesses operating in the extortion industry as of 2017. If these statistics aren’t enough to scare you away from starting your own extortion racket, here are 50 examples to convince you that no good can come from trying to extort other people…

The 50 Worst Businesses to Extort

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If you’re thinking about launching your own extortion scheme, the first question you need to ask yourself is which businesses are most susceptible to extortion. You see, extortion can only be profitable if it is repeated again and again. You won’t get much return on your investment if you only extort one business once, because they probably won’t give you another cent after that. In this blog post we look at 50 businesses that are particularly vulnerable to extortion. If you own any of these businesses (or are planning on starting one), take heed and make sure not to fall victim to an extortionist. Read on for more information…

50 Worst Businesses to Extort

If you’re thinking about launching your own extortion scheme, the first question you need to ask yourself is which businesses are most susceptible to extortion. You see, extortion can only be profitable if it is repeated again and again. You won’t get much return on your investment if you only extort one business once, because they probably won’t give you another cent after that.

In this blog post we look at 50 businesses that are particularly vulnerable to extortion. If you own any of these businesses (or are planning on starting one), take heed and make sure not to fall victim to an extortionist. Read on for more information…

Pawn Shops

Pawn shops are a great business to extort. You can literally extort anyone who walks in the door. Pawn shops are usually desperate for business because people usually only go there when they are in a jam. Otherwise, why go to a pawn shop when you have other options? The only people who go to pawn shops regularly are those who have enough money to buy things on a whim but prefer to put off paying for them. This gives you a great opportunity to extort these people. There are probably a lot of people out there who would be happy to give you $1,000 in exchange for $10,000 to $20,000 that they don’t have to pay back. And if you own a few pawn shops, you could even conspire with other people in the same industry to keep the money flowing. Although you might want to be careful not to push the limits of the law with this one (I’m not a lawyer, don’t take my word for it).

Limousine Services

Limo companies are another great business to extort. You can extort any billionaire who wants to get from one place to another in style, as well as anyone who just wants to get from one place to another in style. If you can demand a premium price for your product, you are setting yourself up to receive some hefty bribes. There is a good chance your customers will be willing to pay you whatever you ask if you are the only game in town. After all, what are they going to do — call a different company and risk having their event ruined because someone else made mistakes and showed up late? If you own a limo company, you might want to warn clients that your service is not suitable for regular people. You might even want to put a sticker on your limos that says something like, “Warning: Not Suitable for Regular People.”

Dry Cleaners

Dry cleaners are another great business to extort. You can extort any billionaire who wants to get their expensive clothes cleaned, as well as anyone who just wants to get their T-shirts cleaned. If you can demand a premium price for your product, you are setting yourself up to receive some hefty bribes. People will be willing to pay you whatever you ask if you are the only game in town, and if you clean their clothes badly (or refuse to clean them at all). After all, what are they going to do — call a different company and risk having their clothes ruined, or get a rash from the chemicals you use? If you own a dry cleaning company, you might want to warn your customers that your service is not suitable for regular people. You might even want to put a sticker on your dry cleaning bags that says something like, “Warning: Not Suitable for Regular People.”

Burglar Alarms and Security Systems

Burglar alarms and security systems salesmen are another great business to extort. You can extort any billionaire who wants a state-of-the-art security system, as well as anyone who just wants a simple system to keep the neighborhood kids away. If you can demand a premium price for your product, you are setting yourself up to receive some hefty bribes. There is a good chance your customers will be willing to pay you whatever you ask if you are the only game in town. After all, they don’t want their stuff getting broken into. People who live in high-crime areas will be especially grateful if you offer to upgrade their systems for a few hundred dollars in exchange for thousands of dollars. If you own a burglar alarm or security system sales business, you might want to warn customers that your service is not suitable for regular people. You might even want to put a sticker on your brochures that says something like, “Warning: Not Suitable for Regular People.”

Payday Loan Companies

Payday loan companies are another great business to extort. You can extort any billionaire who needs a few extra hundred dollars, as well as anyone who needs a few extra hundred dollars. If you can demand a premium price for your product, you are setting yourself up to receive some hefty bribes. There is a good chance your customers will be willing to pay you whatever you ask if you are the only game in town. After all, they don’t have any better options. If you own a payday loan company, you might want to warn customers that your service is not suitable for regular people. You might even want to put a sticker on your brochures that says something like, “Warning: Not Suitable for Regular People.”

Auto Repair Shops

If you are considering opening an auto repair shop, consider using extortion as your business model. You can extort any billionaire who wants to keep their sports car running smoothly, as well as anyone who just wants to keep their old clunker on the road. If you can demand a premium price for your product, you are setting yourself up to receive some hefty bribes. There is a good chance your customers will be willing to pay you whatever you ask if you are the only game in town. After all, they don’t have any better options. If you own an auto repair shop, you might want to warn customers that your service is not suitable for regular people. You might even want to put a sticker on your business cards that says something like, “Warning: Not Suitable for Regular People.”

Concession stands and food carts

Concession stands and food carts are another great business to extort. You can extort any billionaire who has something important going on, as well as anyone who just wants to get a quick bite to eat. If you can demand a premium price for your product, you are setting yourself up to receive some hefty bribes. There is a good chance your customers will be willing to pay you whatever you ask if you are the only game in town. If you own a concession business, you might want to warn customers that your service is not suitable for regular people. You might even want to put a sticker on your cart that says something like, “Warning: Not Suitable for Regular People.”

Conclusion

If you’re thinking about launching your own extortion scheme, the first question you need to ask yourself is which businesses are most susceptible to extortion. You see, extortion can only be profitable if it is repeated again and again. You won’t get much return on your investment if you only extort one business once, because they probably won’t give you another cent after that.

In this blog post we look at 50 businesses that are particularly vulnerable to extortion. If you own any of these businesses (or are planning on starting one), take heed and make sure not to fall victim to an extortionist. Read on for more information…

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Well, that concludes our journey through the world of extortion! Hopefully you’ve learned a thing or two about this nefarious practice, and you can avoid falling victim to it yourself. Remember: If you are running a business that can be extorted, there is a very good chance you can do something to prevent it. If you don’t, you could

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