796: Pervert-in-Law Scammer Belongs in the Slammer | Feedback Friday
Your creepy brother-in-law has been using explicit pictures of you — which he obtained through a nanny cam he secretly installed in your bedroom eight years ago — to anonymously threaten you with blackmail. Your sister was in the process of divorcing him and turned his laptop over to the police as evidence, but you fear she may be getting back together with him and may no longer be willing to cooperate when you press charges. To top it off, it's been three months since the police were involved and there's been no progress in holding this would-be scammer accountable. What can you do now? We'll try to answer this and more here on Feedback Friday!
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On This Week's Feedback Friday, We Discuss:
- How can you hold your brother-in-law accountable for trying to blackmail you with explicit photos he took with a secret nanny cam when your own sister and the police seem to be on his side? [Thanks to attorney Corbin Payne for helping us answer this one!]
- If you're in your thirties (or over) and considering going back to university, how can you make the most of the experience and deal with its inevitable uncertainties?
- How can you help your cousin's business thrive when he's put it $30,000 in the hole with gambling debt and only pays you 1/3rd of what the guy you replaced was making?
- Sharing dog custody with a cheating ex led to a night of spontaneous intimacy, and now you're confused about maybe giving things another chance. Yes or no?
- Moving abroad to shorten a long-distance relationship probably wouldn't be so bad if it didn't put a bigger gap between you and your family. But you also can't deny feeling a bit disconnected not only from your significant other, but yourself. Have you made a huge mistake, or is this a natural adjustment most expats face?
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