Krystle K Gwo

Thankful

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Thankful for Reputation.com for increasing our Google Rating to a near 5 star! they're consistent and i don't have to worry about a thing.

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Robert Cxn
map-marker Burlington, Iowa

Two Different Services, Telephone Numbers, and Two Different Answers.

Not sure of what's going on, but I called to report that I tried to reset my password and when I received an email link for that, all I got was a blank webpage. I tried refreshing it to see if that might make it kick in, and it didn't.

First I called 888.570.6962, I spoke to Briana (last name unknown) at approximately 09:53 Hours CST. I explained my situation and after getting my information she put me on hold, and came back on the line and told me to call another number directly to Reputation.COM. I asked if the number was 888.570.6961, she verified it as yes. I called that number, and another female answered (I forgot her name) and I explained the situation and she said she would give me the real number to Reputation.

COM. That number was 855.432.4880. She asked me what company or agency I was with, I told her I'm an independent customer. She was quiet for a second or two and asked for my information and afterwards, she said she's report it.

That's it.

I hung up. Not sure I want to continue doing business with them.

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Anonymous

REPUTATION.COM Scammed me! Do not use them!

I hired Reputation.com for 1 year. After I dscontinued services with them they plastered my personal information ALL OVER THE INTERNET!

When I went on-line to OPT OUT from websites that had my personal information on their websites it stated: we recommend you use our partner REPUTATION.COM to thouroughly remove your personal information! This informATION was posted immediately after I cancelled with Reputation.com! Do not use this scamming company! They try to drive you back to their services again by expoiting you with posting the information you initially provided them when you subscribed!

RUN from this shady business!

THEY ARE A HUGE UNETHICAL SCAM BUSINESS! In this day and age they put peoples families at risk...

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Reason of review:
Unethical business

Preferred solution: Remove my personal inforamtion for good! You sold my personal information to your partner companies to exploit me!

1 comment
Guest

I feel your pain they did the same to me and my family. I'm on social media telling everyone what happened.

I was safer before using reputation.com.

I'm really sorry to read about what has happened to you and I can't Imagine how much you must paid for this bad service.

My family and I are exposed and afraid because we have been easily found by people looking for us. I'm at a lose and don't know what to do.

Anonymous

Correcting Incorrect Internet Information Review

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Telemarketers refuse to remove our firms # from their call list. Manipulators of information so as to sell you the "fix".

Two years of assuring us they would stop calling with solicitations and theycontinue. Rip off artists.

Buyer Beware. ..........

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Anonymous
map-marker Redwood City, California

I used to work @***.com, this is how you do it for FREE...

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I used to work at Reputation.com a year ago as an account associate of the reputation management department, (I was in charge of doing the work and website creations to suppress clients' negative reviews) until they let us all go, without severance packages, so they can outsource to India and get cheaper wages.

So, I want to share the classified documents they gave us on how to do the work. Below is a list of websites that they sign you up for. There is no magic to what they do, Reputation.com just signs you up for a bunch of websites and they hope it will outrank the negative. Signing up for the below websites is time-consuming, so two of my buddies at Reputation.com started a company three years ago based off do-it-yourself software. Called "SearchManipulator" (www.searchmanipulator.com) the software automatically signs you up for the websites below, and does the complicated backlinking part for you.

Most of the below websites have a section to add "What websites are you on?". This is the backlinking part. It's easy to do, but hard to get good at. But the SearchManipulator software does it for you automatically, and a good job of it. There is also a do-it-yourself software called BrandYourself, but I can not give them a good review. BrandYourself is a scam, in my opinion, as their platform is aimed to get you to sign up for their one website, so they can have a lot of users, and then they can spam you selling their professional services (which are much more expensive than Reputation.com's). One website is not enough to suppress a negative website, you need dozens. Shame on you, Pete Kistler.

There is also LinkAloha V3. Although the service is frequently sold out because it is borderline spammy, I give them a good review, as they sign you up for dozens of websites like SearchManipulator does. They limit their users so they don't cross the spammy line, despite getting really close. This service requires some computer expertise. SearchManipulator and BrandYourself do not require computer expertise. You can also check out BacklinkGenie, once you have done SearchManipulator's platform, do further boost the sites created.

The websites below should not be all signed up for instantly. Sign up for up to 20 websites below at first, then up to 10 websites at least every 2 weeks. If you sign up for too many websites too quickly, Google will think it is spam.

1. LinkedIn 2. Twitter 3. Viadeo 4. Xing 5. Wordpress 6. About.Me 7. Ziggs 8. BusinessCard2 9. Multiply 10. Emurse 11. BigSight 12. VisualCV 13. Visible.me 14. Ryze 15. Gather 16. Posterous 17. PeoplePond 18. Ziki 19. Flavors.Me 20. Pro-On-The-Web 21. Publr 22. Blogger 23. Tumblr 24. Chi.mp 25. CVShare 26. Konnects 27. Connectture 28. Scribd 29. RealMee 30. Wapr 31. LookUpPage 32. Entrepreneur 33. BigThink 34. Hi.Im 35. Weebly 36. Netvibes 37. IdentyMe 38. DooID 39. Worky 40. FastCompany 41. Plaxo 42. Swimwire 43. BrazenCareerist 44. SocialURL 45. DocStoc 46. Zoominfo 47. PartnerUp 48. Ecademy 49. Biznik 50. Focus COMPANYs HotFrog 53. Merchantcircle 54. Twitter 55. CompanyPond 56. Qapacity 57. Wordpress 58. Businesscard2 59. Ziki (Company Section) 60. Entrepreneur 61. Tumblr 62. Scribd 63. Posterous 64. BigSight 65. Multiply 66. Netvibes 67. Chi.mp 68. Yola 69. Pro-On-The-Web 70. Weebly 71. LookUpPage (Company Account) 72. VisualCV 73. Publr 74. Ziggs 75. About.Me 76. GoogleSites 77. Companies | Xing (Have to make an Individual Account 1st, Make sure to fully fill out the page. Need a Picture to get Approved) 78. Manta 79. Konnects 80. Blogger 81. DocStoc 82. Wetpaint 83. Bizwiz 84. FastCompany 85. CVShare 86. Slideshare 87. Aboutus.org 88. Jigsy 89. Goonto 90. JigSaw 91. Venture Beat Profiles 92. Squidoo 93. InCompany 94. RepVine 95. Quora 96. Business Exchange 97. Focus 98. BigThink 99. SocialURL 100. Carbonmade 101. Facebook Companies

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Pros:
  • Coworkers were great
Cons:
  • How they scammed naive customers
Reason of review:
Bad quality
1 comment
Guest

Go with Profile Defenders. They guarantee their work and actually get results. Reputation Defender is a waste.

Anonymous
map-marker Santa Fe, New Mexico

I paid 15k $ and it was a total ripoff

I signed up and paid 15k $ in order to deal with 2 negative hit jobs on myself and my companies . I had a very straightforward issue with 2 reviews on my google search.

I hired reputation .com who promised that these negative reviews would no longer be on my first page of google search within 6 months of signup date . It has been 18months and nothing has changed. Now reputation.com wants more money and promises that I did not wait long enough for them to do their job .

I have refused to ante up more dollars and they wont return my calls - This is a scam and their promises are a hustle - I am very disappointed in their poor results - I am contemplating litigation to have my 15 thousand bucks returned. AU

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Cons:
  • Being ripped off with empty promises
  • How they scammed naive customers
Reason of review:
Poor customer service

Preferred solution: Full refund

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Guest

I agree with you. Bad Reputation in Beverly Hills are a bunch of *** artists.

We fixed the Sony ***... I can't tell you what they promised and didn't follow through. I paid $7,500. I asked for my money back and they are hiding out in their post office.

Post office address in Beverly Hills. Hersh is the President and Jeffrey is his side kick. DO NOT HIRE THEM.

THEY ARE TOXIC .. PROMISE THE WORLD AND DON"T CALL YOU BACK.

Anonymous

Weak

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I engaged reputation.com to counter a negative result in my google search results. Essentially, Reputation.com kept promising results and no results ever materialized.

What's even worse is that Google, whose motto is/was "do no evil," doesnt care if its fact or fiction as long as its published that's good enough for them. Back to the service- overall my sense is that these guys are overworked commission salespeople with huge rosters of clients and little incentive to actually follow through and help people. My rep was continually trying to upsell me. Result: $3G down the drain and no change in the search results.

Only positive is that they told me how to affect the results myself by continuously publishing and linking key social sites. Do yourself a favor and do it yourself.

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Reason of review:
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Anonymous
map-marker Baltimore, Maryland

Reputation.com is a SCAM

I paid $10,000 to have damaging internet BS moved so that is was more difficult to access. After a number of weeks, virtually nothing was done despite my being told that there would be progress quickly.

Unfortunately, I did not go online to read revues of Reputation until after I realized that they were really bad at what they do.

Their CEO is a Harvard lawyer, so I ma sure he is well versed in how to rip people off without getting sued. I think this company takes your money, does minimal work so they can say they did something, and then they move on to the next customer and SCAM them the same way.

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Guest

After also suffering from reputation defender I hired profile defenders and they solved my issues. I want others to know since they asked for me to let others know and send referrals.

Anonymous
map-marker San Francisco, California

Reputation - Personal Information Disclosure Review from San Francisco, California

iAds the mistake if giving their salesperson my real name (which is unusual) and directing him to the information I wanted hidden. It's now ranked number 1. Above my linked in profile. And if course they're calling me saying they can fix it. Certain they're actually causing the harm so that I will give then 7K to fix it.

I've found a mid on craigslist that can do what they do for $100.

Do not use them. Do NOT give them any info unless you intend to engage them.

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Anonymous
map-marker Smyrna, Georgia

They took $20K and did NOTHING

I work for a company who hired Reputation.com two years ago after an employee was involved in a legal matter that put our company's reputation at risk. Reputation.com charged $10k for the first year, and setup these ridiculous blogs and sites all over the internet that had terrible writing, non-existent graphics, and invalid information.

Over the year these sites they created did NOTHING to bump down the negative google search results. It is run by a bunch of young, arrogant guys, who get rude and throw blame back on you if you question them. The second year, my boss made the decision to re-up with RPD because the case was going to trial, and for the second $10k, RPD did NOTHING. Literally absolutely nothing.

They let the original sites expire, they were unresponsive over phone or email. If one employee at our company would call to file a complaint, they would call other employees at the annual renewal time to try to get more money. They actually tried to auto-renew again, when it wasn't even our contract date, and hit our Credit Card for another $10k. We disputed through our CC company and got that money back, but we deserve to have every cent we spent on them refunded.

Such a waste of money. Here is how you get rid of negative sites on Google.

Create good content and have every employee in your agency click on every positive site once a week, and NEVER click on the negatives. Over time, for FREE, you can do more good that Reputation.com does with $20k.

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Anonymous
map-marker North Hollywood, California

Money Back Guarantee Review

I signed up with reputation.com b/c they gave me a money back guarantee. I read a lot of negative reviews on then, so I quickly asked for my money back before they started any work.

They gave me a very difficult time and tried to strong arm me, and called them numerous times.

I ended up contacting my credit card to dispute and ended up getting my money back. Bunch of a@^$&@!

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Grace Pul
map-marker San Francisco, California

Beware of Brent from Reputation.com

I bought an extremely expensive reputation program from Brent the VP of Sales at Reputation.com. He called me numerous times telling me I had unflattering content online (which i now believe he created) and that he would help me get it removed.

I paid thousands of dollars for his help and it moved to the second page of google search for about a month before returning to the #1 spot. They keep calling me to upsell me to a more "potent package" which they claim will solve the problem. Meanwhile I ask to speak with Brent and they say he's not available.

Do not do business with this man or his company! Fraud.

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Courtnie Vei

I wouldn't do business with ANYONE who felt they needed reputation management.

Anonymous
map-marker Minneapolis, Minnesota

Reputation.com is scamming its own employees

Reputation.com, hiding under the name Sky Publishers, has slashed the pay to its contractors (writers and editors who do all the work) BY 50-60%. I am an editor originally hired full-time at $14/hour.

Then they changed to a software system where I was paid per piece, either $3 or $6, depending on the piece. Now that's been slashed to $3 regardless. It's worse for writers; where last week they were making $20/piece, they're now making $7.50, with a "bonus" incentive that's untenable. Reputation.com is advertising for writers and editors, and has lifted the U.S.

citizen requirement. We are being outsourced.

DO NOT HIRE THIS COMPANY FOR ANY REASON. THEY ARE ***.

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Jarian Yze

@Mike A Using press releases used to work well in the past but with Google's new algo that effect has been not been good. Getting content off he first page so the search engine results is darn hard now. This depends of course on the keywords involved. Populating the first page with various platforms takes time, knowledge and energy.

Ideally, you want all negative content on the 3rd or even 4th page rather the the first page. If some of the content on that first page has a high pagerank you are in for a hard time.

You can visit my website at http://www.onlinereputationpolice.com for more info or just email me at franko4444#gmail.com

Jarian Yze

It really upsets me to read complaints like this. Remember that this company is the same company as Reputation Defenders. They trashed that site and invented reputation.com. Read some of the reviews for Reputation Defenders!

I have been doing Reputation Management for years and my main concern with my business model is finding reputable clients.

People will line for a company like Repuation.com because of the hype.

You really need to connect with Skype etc., talk to your Reputation Manager personally not some sales person!

franko4444@***.com

Guest

This would explain why they could not fulfill their contract with us. When we asked for half back (they had actually done less than half the work) they unprofessionally cut our access to our account, even though the contract was not over and even though we'd been told that even if we didn't renew we'd always have access to completed work.

Their strategy seems to be that they go after larger companies and professionals (doctors and lawyers) who they believe will not monitor the progress of the contract or make sure the work is getting done. Businesses really need to wake up to what a MAJOR scam this company is.

Colston Dvh
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This is a real problem. And, many so called Reputation Companies do the same thing.

Most of the people at these companies are not qualified to this kind of work. They are only salespersons.

They outsource the work to people who speak little English and those people just build links to websites. It is a sad state of affairs.

Guest

Is this a scam that they are paying slave labor? I think the bigger scam is that if you look at all of their clients they have a less then 10% success rate. Thats the real scam of reputation.com they are just as bad as reputationchanger.com who has a ton of legitimate complaints.

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Anonymous
map-marker San Diego, California

Reputation.com is a terrible company all around

Please spread the word: Reputation.com (aka Sky Publishers) is the absolute worst company in the world. Do not work for them and do not hire them for anything ever.

They do not care about their employees, ruin families, and rip off everyone they can. Heather Subba (aka Heidi Subba) is heartless person with no professional skills that only fires people and cuts their pay. Their products will also be severely reducing in quality due to their recently updated pay schedule of less than minimum wage. Every time anyone moves up in the company, they fire them, because they don't want to pay anyone a decent wage, and because they don't want anyone standing up for anyone else's rights.

I've known dozens of people that had their pay cut off for no good reason. They also take advantage of contractors/freelancers.

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Guest

I concur with the messages posted here concerning the company's editorial wing. It seems they have a reflexive defensive reaction telling you that your work is sub par when you disagree with them (in my case it was actually protesting that their editorial process was below standard, which I tried to do in a very diplomatic way, but which absolutely did not work).

People - both employees and those seeking their services - need to do their due diligence before getting involved.

I should have. The company was recently blacklisted by Google for their practices (reinstated late April), complaints are rampant on the web and upset employees seem to abound giving away company secrets because their positions were outsourced, etc. They apparently used to have another name, but changed it because of so many complaints and a lawsuit where they actually affected not only the complainant, but the victims as well. They seem to make their money on telemarketing sales focused on high end clients with deep pockets and something to hide who do not know how the internet works (what they do is known as link farming and content milling, mixed with gray to black hat SEO Google hacking).

The whole process seems to be a big wheel designed to maximize profit while they can with the online rep business while building a data mining vault of personal info. they plan to sell for future profit. Reading about this, and the fact that in all probability the company owns some of the trash site domains outright or is at least working together with them for profit over client's internet miseries is a little frightening.

Then there are the reputation company competitor flame wars on internet forums - which should say something about these businesses in and of itself.

People interested in addressing their online reputations should consider hiring a traditional public relations firm which will actually work in their best interests rather than attempting to game the system (which is what this company does, period). Given the most recent changes in Google's analytics, where quality - but more than that - REAL content is ever more emphasized, it makes much more sense not only monetarily, but as an approach that would actually work.

Colston Dvh

Those persons who lost their jobs should get together and start their own company. Perhaps call it "Honest Reputation Management" or something.

I have had 4 different companies here in the Philippines. The hardest thing to find here are people who can speak and write English at a high level. I had to teach all my staff SEO and it was not easy.

Some companies only gear their business towards marking a product and they do not deliver. What a shame because this business will grow 200% or more this year.

Guest

these so called reputation management companies that charge people before work is done are the new digital extortion nowadays.

give me a shout at: solutionreputation@***.com and ill take care of your online reputation at no charge until the entire situation is fixed!

Thats right, ZERO RISK, if im unable to perform, you don’t pay me a single penny (95% success rate.) theres no point risking thousands and not getting anything for it!!

I am purely result driven, this means you don’t risk anything because if I’m unable to provide you the results, you don’t pay anything! no catch, no risk, no setup fee, no deposit.

The good people are still out there, you just got to find them

Guest

Thank you. This squares with my experience.

In the summer of 2012 they were a great short-term opportunity if you had a thick skin. When I needed cash for medical bills and I was building my résumé to get out of the newspaper business, I answered one of their Craigslist ads for their oDesk job as a temporary editor. Both the best-paying and the rudest employer I've had. When the work ran out after two weeks, Miss Subba fired me in the most insulting way, claiming my work wasn't good enough and sliming me on oDesk.

I had been a professional proofreader for nearly 20 years. My other big oDesk job lasted four months and we parted friends. Why do they use the Sky Publishers front and aliases (Heather/Heidi)? Anyway, I'm not surprised they cut pay and are now outsourcing (they dropped the U.S.

citizenship requirement).

Looks like that ship's sailed. Stay away from them.

Conswella Yat

As a former writer at Reputation.com aka "Sky Publishers," I can attest that this is 100% true. They were a great company before they transitioned into this content mill model under Sky's management in 2012. Anyone who questioned these changes was deemed "unprofessional" and usually let go. At this point, they have slashed the wages so low that I'm sure it's just a matter of time before they begin outsourcing the work overseas if that's not already the case.

I often wonder if Michael Fertik is completely removed from the creative development process at his company or if he is in fact aware of the demoralizing manner in which his remote writing and editing team was treated under the Sky Publishing regime. It really is a shame.

I would encourage any writers, even if they are entry-level, to RUN in the opposite direction. This company no longer values quality (despite the high prices they still charge clients for content development services) and you are better off writing for free and building your portfolio than working under these conditions. I would encourage prospective clients to do the same and seek out professional freelance writers in their area to assist them.

Jarian Yze
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It is the trickle down effect! You aspire to a good role model. Let's see; ReputationDefeders.com, Reputation.com and now Sky Publishers? Smoke and mirrors.

Makes me wonder why a company like this would go sideways when they could really so some good work.

franko4444@***.com

Samiya Jen

stop getting scammed by these so called reputation management companies that charge you before work is done.

give me a shout at kdreputation@***.com and ill take care of your online reputation at no charge until the entire situation is fixed! thats right, ZERO RISK, if im unable to perform, you dont pay me a single penny (95% success rate.) theres no point risking thousands and not getting anything for it!!

our fees start at $5000 one time and go from there...but there is absolutely zero risk of not getting what you pay for!!

Zeinab Dmb
reply icon Replying to comment of Samiya Jen

@kdreputation wow only $5,000. Your kidding right? Well we cannot guarantee anything without investigating the amount of damaged done to a reputation. Free consultation seoacademics@***.com

Regards,

Frank

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Anonymous
map-marker Clearwater Beach, Florida

Bait and switch

Reputation.com promised to remove all derogatory items (pics and content) from 3 search engines. After upgrading me from $400 to $1250, they did removed a few items.

They then wanted $1000 more without the guarantee for the initially offered that the salesman promised. When i called to dispute their promise, they said that they promised particular links to be removed but not the entire records off the site. the salesman then tried to tell me that to read the terms of agreement although the agreement was verbal. they are a *** company and i recommend that individuals just try to remove the negative information themselves, sale the money, the hassle of the dispute, and the frustration involved.

if they had just done what they promised they would have a good business. bit not doing the job then trying to suck more money out of you is the *** of the year.

RipOff.com is a better name!

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Guest

stop getting scammed by these so called reputation management companies that charge you before work is done. Its reports like these that give the entire industry a bad name and makes it hard for the "good guys" to do proper business!

give me a shout at: solutionreputation@***.com and ill take care of your online reputation at no charge until the entire situation is fixed! thats right, ZERO RISK, if im unable to perform, you dont pay me a single penny (95% success rate.) theres no point risking thousands and not getting anything for it!!

I am purely result driven, this means you don't risk anything because if I'm unable to provide you the results, you dont pay anything! no catch, no risk, no setup fee, no deposit.

The good companies are still out there, you just got to find them

Zeinab Dmb

You are not alone from what I know about them and many others who claim to be Reputation Managers (RM. I do this kind of work for a living and businesses like this make RM look bad. If you require any kind of advise please feel free to email me at seoacademics@***.com.

I hope all is well with you now.

Frank H.

Guest

I have no sympathy for people who sign a contract and then cry because they feel like a salesman promised them something else. Be a grownup.

I totally agree with reputationmanager09

Ask them in advance what they are going to do for you. What do they do for you? Is it press releases and building up social media pages?

I wouldn't pay a company that only does things you can do yourself :? I have used a free press release service and it worked well

Guest
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@Mike well said. The IMHO is what questions to ask before making any commitment. It can be a daunting task nowadays to push negative comments off the first page of the Search Engine Results page. I use all kinds of platforms to do this. But when it is all said and done there of no guaranty.

Research about this niche and find out what makes a good Reputation Manager and what he/she does to help their customers.

Best of Luck,

Frank H. (Reputation Manager and SEO specialist)

Guest

stop getting scammed by these so called reputation management companies that charge you before work is done. Its reports like these that give the entire industry a bad name and makes it hard for the "good guys" to do proper business!

give me a shout at: solutionreputation@***.com and ill take care of your online reputation at no charge until the entire situation is fixed! thats right, ZERO RISK, if im unable to perform, you dont pay me a single penny (95% success rate.) theres no point risking thousands and not getting anything for it!!

I am purely result driven, this means you don't risk anything because if I'm unable to provide you the results, you dont pay anything! no catch, no risk, no setup fee, no deposit.

The good companies are still out there, you just got to find them :)

Jarian Yze
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It is so difficult to remove content on the internet whether it is videos, images or text. Lots of this stuff remains in search cache for a long time.

Also be wary of most services. I can tell you from years of experience authentic Reputation Management is both time consuming and has to be done with correctly.

A fake Reputation Manager who is out to get your money will promise your everything.

Fooled once...don't be fooled again!

franko4444@***.oom

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Anonymous
map-marker Bangkok, Krung Thep

Reputationcleaner.com and reputation.com

Philippe Han, this *** and *** Fertik are running a ripoff and *** job business.

They will attempt to BLACKMAIL you if you don't bend to the pressure of using their *** services. they will charge your credit card and then attempt to take you to small claims court, then they will put you on another site they control called Debtor.com

STAY AWAY form these ***. They are lowlife boiler room ***. They are the worst of the worst. I have spoken to another victim and we have hired people to find their real identities and addresses as well as photos which will be posted.

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Guest

these so called reputation management companies that charge people before work is done are the new digital extortion nowadays.

give me a shout at: solutionreputation@***.com and ill take care of your online reputation at no charge until the entire situation is fixed!

Thats right, ZERO RISK, if im unable to perform, you don’t pay me a single penny (95% success rate.) theres no point risking thousands and not getting anything for it!!

I am purely result driven, this means you don’t risk anything because if I’m unable to provide you the results, you don’t pay anything! no catch, no risk, no setup fee, no deposit.

The good people are still out there, you just got to find them

Zeinab Dmb

It is hard to believe that a company like this would actually scam people. They have such a strong presence on the Internet and have spent tons of money advertising.

Greed. I run a Reputation Management company and I just cannot scam people out of their good money. Is it too much to ask a Reputation Management company to be honest? We will not take clients that we cannot help 100%.

It seems like this company is just a shell. No real staff except for salespeople.seoacademics@***.com

Samiya Jen

stop getting scammed by these so called reputation management companies that charge you before work is done.

give me a shout at kdreputation@***.com and ill take care of your online reputation at no charge until the entire situation is fixed! thats right, ZERO RISK, if im unable to perform, you dont pay me a single penny (95% success rate.) theres no point risking thousands and not getting anything for it!!

our fees start at $5000 one time and go from there...but there is absolutely zero risk of not getting what you pay for!!

LoveProfileDefenders

Reputationcleaner.com is not showing up as a website for me. Did you mean reputationdefender.com?

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