InternetReputation.com Announces Instant Record Removal From Pennsylvania.Arrests.org
Pennsylvania mugshot website removal now offered by InternetReputation.com
PITTSBURGH, Feb. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — InternetReputation.com, a leader in online reputation management, is proud to announce a new program that can instantly remove records from Pennsylvania.Arrests.org. With the help of this program, people who have been arrested and who see their photographs begin to proliferate across the Internet can get immediate relief, and they can move forward with their lives with their privacy intact.
It’s help that’s desperately needed in Pennsylvania, according to representatives from InternetReputation.com, as the number of arrests within the state is truly staggering.
“All law enforcement agents are required to make an arrest when they see someone doing something we all consider illegal. In Pennsylvania, however, police seem to be particularly adept at finding people who are breaking the law, and they’re quick to enforce the laws of the state,” says a company representative. “Recently, for example, Commissioner Frank Noonan announced that police made a record number of arrests for DUI in the state. With the number of arrests climbing like this, it’s likely many people will need our help.”
Pennsylvania has a robust open records law, meaning that anyone can look at paperwork generated by a public agency. This little law has a big impact during an arrest, as any paperwork (including photographs) taken as part of the booking process become fair game for anyone who wants to use them.
“Pennsylvania.Arrests.org can simply scrape this information off public websites and then use it to humiliate people who have been arrested, even if those people are innocent,” says an InternetReputation.com representative. “Fighting back in court won’t work, because the company isn’t doing anything illegal. With our help, however, people can get these damning photos removed.”
A quick online form and a modest payment is all it takes to get started. The company then uses sophisticated technology to remove the photos and break the links back to Google. The photo isn’t just moved to a place where it can’t be easily found. It’s deleted altogether.
“This is what makes our service different than the products provided by our competitors. We’ve found that many companies just move photos, but when people run searches on Google for the person’s name, the photo is still there and it pops right up,” says an InternetReputation.com representative. “We don’t do that. We actually take the photo down, and we guarantee our results.”
The new product is available now. Visit www.internetreputation.com to find out more.
Gary Bloom, InternetReputation.com, 1-800-758-9012, email@example.com
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