Revenge Is A Dish Best Catered Is a website that offers revenge as a service. For prices ranging from $1850 up to $10,000 they, "will do our very, very best to make the life of that person who has wronged you completely miserable," so says company CEO John Winters. For that kind of money it had better be good, that's for sure.

     Posted By: Alex - Wed Feb 05, 2014
     Category: Authorities and Experts

Is this the PC version of
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 02/06/14 at 01:29 AM
Egads, the whole link is to AC DC, but the last part didn't paste correctly. So delete all, please & thank you. 😠
Posted by BMN on 02/06/14 at 05:17 AM
Gotcha covered BMN. Better luck next time.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 02/06/14 at 05:22 AM
Dynamite, neckties, and high voltage did come to mind. Too bad they claim to do no physical harm.
Posted by KDP on 02/06/14 at 08:48 AM
"Winters said he employs a team of private investigators and overseas hackers to carry out the schemes."

"We will start an offshore web site and we'll detail all their nefarious deeds and we'll make sure everyone in their circle of friends knows it,"

Um . . . yeah . . . right . . . that's the kind of people I want knowing that I sabotaged a boss or co-worker.

The article lists the upfront costs. It doesn't mention how much blackmail they'll wring out of you later.

It used to be that you could hire someone to throw a cream pie in someone's face. It was popular for a while, but I never did it because I felt a person should have the courage of their confections.
Posted by Phideaux on 02/06/14 at 09:47 AM
Thanks Expat. So that is what Preview is for!? :lol:
Posted by BMN on 02/06/14 at 04:19 PM
Did he just mention he does illegal things? And he's currently on US soil? Bright guy, he is.
Posted by Ed on 02/07/14 at 04:06 AM
OK, who's organising the betting pool on how long before this catches up with him? And how long before it gets him killed?
Posted by Richard Bos on 02/08/14 at 12:13 PM
Hello, this is John Winters- CEO of Nefarious Jobs. Naturally it is in peoples nature to believe that an organization like ours would have to resort to blackmail, but this is not the case. Most of our people who manage our overseas teams are former law enforcement and corporate security professionals, a few have law degrees, our client flow in addition to our prices means we don't have to blackmail anyone, not to mention it is not a part of our culture here- We work for our clients.

While our services may walk the line at times of legality all operations must be vetted through our corporate legal department before being initiated. Even I cannot bypass this process. As far as being killed- well if the subject even knows we were involved, we have already failed the assignment. So far it has never happened.

Best to you all

John Winters
Nefarious Jobs
Posted by John Winters on 03/28/14 at 01:43 PM
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