“Remove My Name and Information from WhoScammedYou.com, Now!”

WhoScammedYou.com is a website whose malicious posters can pose a serious threat to the reputation and livelihood of the businesses and individuals they attack.  The creators ofWhoScammedYou.com were victims of a fraudulent stock market scheme and founded the site as a place where users can warn, vent, and research about “scammers”.  WhoScamedYou.com is committed to allowing users the option to post anonymously so long as these posters promise not to post defamatory statements.  However, posters do not always keep this promise.  Because of these lax requirements, posts on WhoScammedYou.com may contain false and defamatory statements that severely harm the good name of the accused.  If you or your business is the subject of this attack, the next employer, friend, or loved one who Googles you or your business’s name will have this information at his or her disposal to read, re-post, tweet, or otherwise share with whomever they please.

 

Don’t let erroneous reviews destroy your business’s integrity!

If WhoScammedYou.com contains content that you would like removed immediately, call or email Defamation Removal Law today.  Our team leaves no stone unturned when we take your case.  We use all available tactics to remove information from the Internet, including confronting malicious posters and working with or negotiating removals from website administrators and content managers. If necessary, we will seek court-ordered removal. We work with Google and other search engines to remove any links to negative content.

 

Call the Reputation Lawyers at Defamation Removal Law today! We can help get your content removed from WhoScammedYou.com.

What to expect?

  • Websites Respond to Defamation Removal Law: We know who to contact and how to contact them. We will work swiftly to get the results you desire.
  • You Will Be Treated with Courtesy and Respect: Our goals are your goals. Your consultation is confidential and free, and we are always on your side.
  • We Will Work With You: We will stay in constant contact with you concerning the details of your case via phone, text, email, or whatever is most convenient for you.

 

To schedule a free, no-obligation initial consultation call (216) 373-7706 or schedule a meeting online.