But earlier this year, nothing could protect No Limit’s owner, a fourth-degree blackbelt, from the one-two combo takedown of a cyber-crook.
“Whoever hacked her account started using our funds and our ad account,” owner Johnny Guerrero said.
Hackers broke into the studio’s Facebook advertising account that normally advertises classes. Each click costs the dojo dough.
“It was like, oh my God, first it went up to $17,000 and we were like ‘go to the bank, let’s stop it right now, let’s block our bank account,” Guerrero’s wife, Claudia, said.
“But it kept happening after I went to the bank. I went to the bank four times. Eventually, I just wound up closing that account,” Johnny said.
And the hits kept coming.
“They started selling t-shirts attached to our business Facebook page, so it looks like we’re selling the t-shirt, we’re paying…