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Revenge Porn Website MyEx has been shut down

Posted by on Jan 25, 2018 in Blog | 0 comments

After prosecution by the FTC, and the state of Nevada, MyEx.com will be taken down and victims awarded part of a $205,000 settlement. Neil Infante, the site’s owner, created a page that urged users to “Add an Ex” and “Submit Pics and Stories of Your Ex”. This intimate media was rated and commented on by the public, and remained online for any to search for. This vile web page used reprehensible tactics to force victims into paying fees ranging from $500 to $2800 to take down images and intimate content from MyEx.com. Frequently, this was only after a user’s life had been ruined by...

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Google Making Big Changes to Auto Complete

Posted by on May 17, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Google’s autocomplete first debuted in 2004, and has since delivered us almost exactly what we’ve wanted in just a few letters. When the feature first debuted, there was a general attitude that it was lazy, and that it was invasive. Today, the public seems to be enamored with the technology. Google’s been focusing on the autocomplete problem recently, because the search tool is returning some unusual results to users. Predictive search can be great for businesses and users, who both get what they want a lot faster now. However, Google’s update aims at curbing the tool’s potential...

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Fix Bad Reputation to offer Court Ordered Removals

Posted by on Jul 15, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

We have announced a partnership with an attorney that will allow us to remove many defamatory posts legally. The way it works is that we file a lawsuit against the poster. Most often the poster is anonymous and may not show up and this may result in a default judgment. If they do show up, we would still continue lawsuit to get a settlement.  As part of the settlement we ask the court to provide legal removal requests to Google, Bing, Yahoo and the offending website, (aka Court Ordered Removals). Sometimes the offending website may not remove the content, but 99% of the time Google will...

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How to remove Naked Pictures Posted Online by Your Ex

Posted by on May 22, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

If you’re one of the thousands of people who fall victim to an ex posting your naked pictures online, or “revenge porn”, then you’re probably dealing with some heavy fallout. Evidence shows that this type of crime disproportionately affects women and girls more than men or boys, and it can ruin lives. Revenge porn can destroy reputations, kill employment opportunities and decimate relationships (present and future). Victims of this type of crime often find that navigating the legal waters of their problems can be quite difficult. The burden of proof is on the victim, who must...

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Press Release: Fix Bad Reputation Offers New “Success Fee” Option for Reputation Management

Posted by on Jul 7, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Here is a new press release we have posted: Fix Bad Reputation Offers New “Success Fee” Option for Reputation Management We have announced that our services are based on “Success Fees,” meaning if we are not successful in removing complaints and negative content, we will not charge you.  We can remove content direct from some sites and if we fail then we can try to get it removed from Google. Here are some of the sites that we offer services for: • Ripoff Report • Scambook • Pissed Consumer • Scam.com • TheDirty.com • Complaints.com • Complaints Board •...

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Tonight Host John Oliver Wants to make Revenge Porn a Crime

Posted by on Jun 27, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

“Revenge Porn” is a term used when your ex posts your pictures online to destroy your reputation. There are several sites such as myex.com, reportyourex.com and even thedirty.com that people use to post these types of pictures. Currently there are no laws in most states preventing this from happening. Even in California where there is a law, the fine is only $1000. The other issue is that your ex may still be able to post your pictures anonymously and there would be no way for you to proof it was him/her. Most these sites allow anonymous postings. Even the government is not able...

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