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Is this following an example of blackmailing: I have made a loan of £30,000 GBP with someone else. It's been said that if it couldn't be returned within 2.5 months, there'll be a 0.5% of interest every month incurred. Then, I have also said that, after 3.5 months, there will be a 80 pounds per week charge entailed. Now it's around 7 months since the loan was made so I had to pay some extra interest. But now the leander is saying, if you do not return this amount of money by Tuesday next week 6 PM my time, I will call the police about other things you have done and if you do return it then I couldn't call. Is this black mailing?
She also said something along the lines of : "Not that hard I'm going to bed stop bothering me or I will not have a good mood and who knows what I will do"
But this is me to repay the loan out of the agreed conditions, which I have signed a liability to repay, but is this still blackmail?
Ok so the lender is still committing an act of blackmail?
By this, what are my rights given the lender is overseas.
Can I call the police about this?
I have another hypothetical situation which I would want to ask you, is it ok if I asked you on a separate question?
I've sent it to you. Thanks