Want to get even with your friends, loved ones and colleagues? Well, a revenge-for-hire service might just do the trick for you.
Alibis and Paybacks, opened by two American women-Adrienne Ferguson and Michelle Duke-earlier this year, has served up revenge 20 times to date, according to The Los Angeles Times.
The service would cost from 35 to 250 dollars, depending how much revenge a one would like to serve and then the business and its operatives would plaster scathing fliers all over a victim's neighborhood, resulting in public humiliation.
"People trust us. We're like confidantes. Adrienne and I are both good at telling people how to deal with situations they're in," the Daily Telegraph quoted Duke, 40, as saying.
"So, instead of looking for a new job in this climate, I decided after I got laid off that we'd push this full-fledged," added Ferguson, a 38-year-old divorced mother of two.
However, the targets of their business even claim to take legal action against them.
"I'm going to sue these guys," said owner of C and H Auto Center Mario Dorantes, who was recently targeted by Alibis and Paybacks.
Dorantes said that the allegations posted around his business are false.
On the other hand, Alibis and Payback have said that they take care to avoid false accusations, to a point.