Fraud Alert: Stay away from Whitlock Studios if you are considering being a webcam model. They will scam you. I am IT and they screwed me. I just want to say first off I read numerous scholarly research papers in a graduate course in college and on my own. I prepared a presentation to someone expressing interest in SEO. They started a webcam modeling studio, Whitlock Studios. Me being naive to the ways of the adult industry, I fell for this webcam modeling studio's hustle and ending up giving a presentation to them for free even though I told them my rate. To make matters worse, they told me in writing in tweets I would receive compensation if I get them to Google's first page organically using white hat. Of course my email to them now that they are there on first page fell in deaf ears and we are not communicating at all after a falling out. I never trusted them really. I guess it was a learning lesson about the ways of the adult industry and getting payment upfront and ignoring hustles and flirting. The question I am asking I would like to launch a legal negative campaign. What about just bombing their competitors with back-links would that be the best approach? I already e-mailed out my research to their competitors but appears the first page contains those sites that used it including the person that screwed me. One competitor got real cocky and said "Thanks but no thanks, I am first on Google and just me and my computer did that". They are now on page three. **Update: Decided to go with the advice in the thread and go with truthful negative reviews as oppose to a negative SEO campaign.