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Womply is a reputation management service based out of Lehi, Utah. They track reviews and provide business insights for small to medium size businesses. They have established a partnership with North American Bancard and try to auto-enroll their clients into Womply's platform with an auto and re occuring billing method which has seen a strong backlash due to their unethical billing and marketing practices. What is Womply? According to Searchen.com Womply has a rating of 1 stars out of 5 and according to employees on Glassdoor they have are rated at 3.5 stars out of 5.0 out of 102 employee reviews. Address: 2889 Ashton

Online defamation is a dirty game. David Gingras is a known attorney in the space based out of Phoneix, Arizona. He is best known as the attorney who helps with cases for websites that are in litigation. He is seen on similar cases for sites like ShesAhomeWrecker.com and Thedirty.com. In other cases he was the defense attorney for popular gripe website RipoffReport.com and has also been known to help out with cases for TagYourSponsor.com. Whatever your issue is he is good for websites that are fighting against DMCA act requests. Gingras is respected by those who have been defamed and want help online

Cheaterreport.com or sometimes mispelled as Cheatereport.com is a website that an ex-girlfriend or boyfriend will post pictures and stories about you. If somebody is jealous and falsely posts information on there about you like is often the case then you can receive an expedited removal from us. Either way we are one of the only ways to completely delete and remove Cheater Report listings and Google search results. Contact us today for more information to see how we can help you.

Advertised in the past as Repusurance and now as EaraseInternet.com is a company ran by Indian Abhinav Sharma out of India. They claim to have a fake office in Lincoln, Nebraska in the United States but have no presence here and are unable to erase anything on the internet. They send out mailers and respond from generic email addresses like "Jacob Richard" Dono4fire@gmail.com but are unable to remove anything an we are just asking the reputation management community to be aware of these scams from companies overseas who claim for a small amount of money that they can remove webpages when in fact

You googled your name and you found an unprofessional post on Beware.org. This site is shaming you publicly online and the last thing you would like is your friends, family, husband/Wife, Lover, or even employeer to go ahead and see this defamation online about you right? Well now you don't have to with our help we can assist with helping you to remove negative or bad information that appears online from sites like Beware.org. According to Beware's website they say that the site was designed and created as "an attempt to provide an unbiased, secure, unadulterated and free platform where you can create

Law360.com is a website that aggregates and displays information on recent lawsuit filings or court cases. Unless a court case is sealed and is no longer considered public knowledge it will be visible to the general public. In very rare cases a Law360 court case is sealed due to privacy and safety issues or if the person involved in the case is a minor under the age of 18. These court cases can be damaging and hurtful if you Google yourself or your business and see this appearing in the search results. While there seems to be no hope to remove links from

The highest court in Europe granted individuals an important right. In The Right to be Forgotten Europe declares individuals have the right to control the information that is available about themselves in online search engines. At its best, this ruling will become an acceptable practice, not only in the European Union but other countries, too. Now a future court ruling is giving us the possibility of allowing citizens of the United States of America to request Google to remove content so the public eye can no longer see it after 7 years. Kind of like a credit report removing your information

Is there anything more important than your online reputation? Do you have a strategy in place for maintaining a spotless reputation? It doesn’t matter if you’re a solo entrepreneur or the CEO of a multinational corporation, it’s important to devote the necessary number of resources to online reputation management. With each passing year, companies are facing new challenges in regards to reputation management. The steps that you took in the past won’t generate the same results in today’s day and age. You need to keep up with the times. With this in mind, it’s time to discuss the best ways to manage your reputation in

We just passed the half way mark for 2017 and we believe in being proactive. So what better way then to start planning out our reputation management campaigns for the year 2018. A reputation resolution is how you want to be perceived and viewed online in the future. Resolutions may be to remove the CheaterLand or Shes a Home Wrecker listing that appears on page 1 for your name. A resolution may be to improve your Glassdoor rating by 2 stars and help to remove fake Yelp and Google reviews that have damaged your brand. Having a plan to protect your brand for

Regardless of who you are, negative search results can happen to you and severely impact your brand. A single bad status update or blog post made by a disgruntled former employee or client, an angry ex or the posting of one questionable picture could destroy an otherwise impeccable reputation. Even good people can suffer the effects of bad search results; therefore, when it happens, it is important to find ways to salvage your reputation. SEO news suppression is a good place to start. Essentially, SEO news suppression or reverse SEO involves using a variety of strategies and techniques to make bad