Proof before payment
Many people come to us after having searched how to hire a hacker with no upfront payment. We understand that making a payment upfront could generate fear or discomfort on you. For this reason, we always offer the possibility of receiving a proof before payment. However, we must also protect ourselves and avoid unscrupulous clients, so this proof won't be random nor subject to negotiation but duly regulated, and our clients will always know in advance what exactly the proof will be, and they will have the choice of accepting or rejecting it.
1 Price differences
At Duckers we offer many hacking services, all of them with different procedures, terms and conditions. In most cases, the client will have the option to pay upfront, thus obtaining a discount, or they may choose to receive a proof before paying but, by doing this, the price will be a little higher. The decision whether to pay upfront or receive a proof before payment is an option that each client can make at their sole discretion.
The reason why the price is lower when paying upfront is because it is much better and comfortable for us to receive the payment before doing our work. Unfortunately, it is very common to deal with people who request a hacking service without properly read the service agreement before hiring us, or without understanding some of its points. All this causes conflicts, disussions or they even try to refuse to pay for the requested service. By receiving the money upfront, we avoid any kind of possible conflict and reduce our risks, and this allows us to offer a cheaper price.
2 What proof do we offer?
As said above, we have many different services: getting email and social network passwords, hacking into cell phones, changing college grades, tracking and locating people, clearing debts, among many other things. Our services are so extensive and diverse that the proof we offer may differ depending on the service.
If you are interested in any of our hacking services and want to know more about it and the proof we offer before payment, you should go to our Hacking Services page, where you can see a list with all our services. Once there, search and click on the service in which you are interested, and you'll be redirected to the service agreement, where we'll explain all you need to know, including the proof.
3 Different proof
All of our hacking services offer a specific proof that can't be changed. In other words, a client can't request a different proof but the one that we offer. Otherwise, it won't be possible to do any service. The reason we're so inflexible and radical about our policy on this point is that we must take care of our own interests as well as protect third parties from falling into possible scam schemes.
If you are interested in knowing more about why it is not possible to change a proof and how this could affect our interests or those of third parties, continue reading. In the paragraphs below, we'll explain all this in greater detail, even with a few examples.
All proofs we offer for all of our hacking services share one characteristic in common: they're absolutely irrefutable. All of them can be validated by the client to ensure that no type of forgery or deception has been incurred. By having this characteristic (they can be verified and validated), we're able to say and affirm that they're irrefutable. It is impossible to invalidate them from a technical point of view. A person may or may not like them, and they will have reasons to like or dislike something, but they can never invalidate or refute any of our proofs.
5 Forwarding of proofs
One of the most serious problems that we face and that affects our interests and also the security of third parties is the forwarding of proofs. This is a practice developed by scammers: people looking to cheat and steal your money.
The proof forwarding trick consists of, as its own title implies, forwarding a proof as if it were their own. We'll explain this below with a sample exercise:
- John is a scammer and wants to get money fast and easy, so he decides to post ads on the internet claiming to be a hacker, but in reality this is a lie because John is not a hacker.
- Elena is a person who needs a hacking service. She has lost her Instagram account and wants to get it back. Looking for information on the internet, she finds John's ad. It seems to be a good offer and an interesting service. Thus, she decides to contact him.
- John claims to be a hacker and tells Elena that he can get her Instagram account back and he even offers to send a proof before she has to pay. It seems to Elena that the procedure is completely safe since she won't pay until having received a proof. Isn't this supposed to be a safe procedure? Anyone would say yes, even Elena, who is a very cautious person.
- Elena then asks John for the service to recover her Instagram account, and that's when John contacts a real hacker and asks them to hack the Instagram account that Elena asks him to hack. Actually, John acts as an intermediary. He gets his own clients and then he requests that same service from a real hacker.
- The real hacker receives John's order and does the work and, after getting the password for the requested Instagram account, John receives the proof from the real hacker. Upon receiving it, John forwards it to Elena as a certification and guarantee that he has already done the work.
- Upon receiving John's proof, Elena believes that John is a real hacker and that he has really done the requested service, then she decides to make the payment under the promise that John would send her the password after receiving such payment, but this will never happen. He will simply disappear and never ever reply again to any of her messages.
In the example above, we can see how fake hackers act. They search for their own clients, then they request the service from a real hacker just to get a proof to forwad to their own clients in order to trick them into believing that the proof is their own. This not only causes a loss of money to the client who, at the end, is scammed, but also a waste of time to the real hacker who has done the requested service but never receives any payment for it. Scammers are a problem for both sides, not only for one, thus both sides must take precautions to avoid them continue deceiving.
To prevent such situations from occurring, we'll never give a proof that can be forwarded. We'll always sign the proof in some way so that our website, our email or our name appear on it to ensure that no one can forward them to someone else as if they were their own.
6 Confidential information
The problem with private or confidential information is closely linked to the previous point in which we discussed the forwarding of proofs. Many people, when requesting a service, generally to obtain a password from an email or social network, or to hack into a cell phone, ask us to reveal private or confidential information of the account or number they have requested. Unfortunately, we can't do this. Revealing private information would be exactly the same as sending a proof that could be forwarded, since fake hackers could transmit this information to their own client with the intention of deceiving them.
But in addition to the risk of delivering information that could be forwarded, we're also not sure what a client is looking for in an account, cell phone or system. By delivering private or confidential information such as messages, contacts, screenshots, etc., we risk giving free of charge what the client was looking for, what they wanted to see, so that it won't make sense for the client to pay for a service they no longer need.
The risks of delivering this type of information are very high for both: you and us, plus security is something that isn't subject to any type of negotiation and exceptions are not made for any reason. It is necessary that every client knows there are good people and bad people in this world, and that we must work together protecting our own interests and apply strict and safe rules for both parties in order to avoid malicious people to achieve their goals.
Our policies are developed to take care of our own time and avoid losing it on tasks for people who don't have the will or the money to pay for it, as well as to protect third parties from falling into possible fraud. Our workflow is based on information. With us, there are no hidden rules or small letters. No matter what the hacking service in which a client is interested, all the necessary information about that service will always be published on our website, step by step, from the beginning to the end, available to be seen and read by everyone, as we have nothing to hide. It is the responsibility of each client to read the service agreement and ensure that they agree with all points before placing an order.