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ripoffreport, how to delete entries

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by chris_muc, Sep 29, 2009.

  1. chris_muc

    chris_muc Newbie

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    Hi,

    im running a webshop and my domain name is related to another company, so when a new customer search for my shopname without .com, he always sees the ripoffentry from the other company, i sent a few emails to ripoff about that but it was useless. How can i get this entry to google search site 3 or 4

    will also pay someone who can help me.

    thx in advance
     
  2. chromepaper

    chromepaper BANNED BANNED

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    Most ridiculous site ever. You have to pay to tell your side of the story when bored lifeless consumers can say and lie about whatever they want to give you a bad name
    Posted via Mobile Device
     
  3. Remington

    Remington Regular Member

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    Drown its listing with a bunch of sites that are run by you. Add some web 2.0 properties if you don't want to buy that many domains.
     
  4. Phunky

    Phunky Regular Member

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    Do this. Web 2.0 properties are a great way to take over google's first page. Especially for a keyword with little competition to start with.
     
  5. redsox001

    redsox001 Junior Member

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    I had the same issue... I built web 2.0 properties... and over 6 weeks social bookmarked each property to over 300 social bookmarks, added blog posts with links, a few real links fro real sites... still can't beat that damn ripoffreport or www.complaintsboard.com They are powerful!
     
  6. supersi

    supersi Registered Member

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    What you do is search the internet for good reviews (positive comments), and then point links to those websites so that those websites will show higher up in the SERPS.

    You can't delete the negative trash, but you can get it to display further down in the SERPS so that nobody will see it (unless they go past the first page).

    I have done this same thing several times for clients. Usually it is a snap because those sites are not fully optimized. So if you know what you are doing you shouldn't have any problem getting those listings to be displayed further down the SERPS.
     
  7. PlumGreekMob

    PlumGreekMob Junior Member

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    Those little fuckers need to have a class action lawsuit brought against them. What their doing is wrong.
     
  8. AboutBizz

    AboutBizz Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Just pay it. It's an authority site in Google eyes... dont waste your time. Its an injustice no doubt, but save yourself the heartache. It worth the money to move on
     
  9. chris_muc

    chris_muc Newbie

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    thx you very much guys for your ansereres, i go for web.20 etc.
     
  10. digitalcrew

    digitalcrew Regular Member

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    It's any online reputation management companies nightmare, It's next to impossible to make them drop on SERPS with any tactics and you can sue them but it's also of no use.

    Code:
    http://www.seofriendly.com/remove-complaints/
    The above link is an excellent resource on the topic.
     
  11. AboutBizz

    AboutBizz Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I agree totally. Mine is not the popular answer...but at some point you'll get very tired of seeing this pile of garbage out there that keeps popping up. I know from experience that its cheaper and more effective to pay to get it off. From that point on youre in their good graces.

    You can still do the web 2.0 work...but my friend you;ll find out how it justs keeps popping back up..kinda like an ugly former girlfriend LOL
     
  12. supersi

    supersi Registered Member

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    If you pay the fee to RipOffReport that is only providing removal from one website, correct?

    I am curious how much do they charge for this "fee" (aka - extortion)?
     
  13. AboutBizz

    AboutBizz Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    site you might be interested in
    http://www.ezripofflawsuit.com/

    and also http://board.hostingtalk.com/index.php?showtopic=1315
    Ripoffreport .com is really down!
    Internet Defamation league is kicking thier ass. hehehe
    On February 2 2007 the Defamation League Initiated a take down of all of ED Magedson Websites
    We accomplished this by bringing down the two security hosting layers he had in front of his site. At this point we know his actual host and True IP adress.

    Letters have been sent to the hosting company responsible and we will see what direction they take. It is the members of Defamation League that make this possible. Keep up the effort and good work. We Will Force ED to Remove Defaming Info on our members.

    For more detailed info visit the Defamation Action League.

    Thank You
    William Stanley
    DefamationAction.com
    action@defamationaction.com