Can I REMOVE Libel from Search Results?

In Internet defamation on November 3, 2013 at 6:48 am
We are aware of CheaterVille charging a victim to remove a report in the past, it appears they have changed policy and only remove a report with a court order. This appears noble at first, but bear in mind that each Cheater Ville page, whether it is true or false, is woven with ads. This is how the site makes money at the expense of its victims.The following text is a direct quote from their FAQ page on Nov 02, 2013:

“Does CheaterVille make money off of removing its posts? That is, can I
pay you to take down a post about me?

No. You may not pay us to take down a post about you. We would not take down a post for any amount of money. You can offer us $1,000, $2,000, $10 ,000 or $100,000. We do not remove posts simply upon demand, request, nor as a result of threats, cajoling, or assertions of liability. We only remove posts if ordered to do so by a court order or an arbitrator.


So, how much does it cost to get a court order?

Answer: Lots! Probably at least $5,000.00 in legal fees if the law suit is uncontested, much more if it is.

Alternatives to a Court Order:

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  1. Too bad the author of this article does not know how to read, otherwise he / she would have noticed the weasel words at the bottom of the post “We only remove posts if ordered to do so by a court order or an arbitrator”. If you pay Bullyville a $199 fee via an “arbitrator” called, the Cheaterville post will be removed. The money goes into Bullyville’s / James & Christina McGibney’s pocket.

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