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11 minutes ago, StephanieMystique said:

Anyone have any success getting posts removed or being able to bury the SEO of the dirty remarks and comments?

Any and all help is greatly appreciated.  

 

  The FAQ section of the website explains a post can be removed if court ordered or there's a violation of their policy.

  Legal FAQs - The Dirty

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Just now, StephanieMystique said:

Thank you. 

I don't want to put forth all the money to have the posts removed for them not to be removed. 

   Not knowing the context and what lead to this, I would suggest reading their term of service to find violations you can use as arguments to communicate with the admins and make your case. Other than that, not much can be done as they seem to operate from the U.S.(Arizona).

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It's with everything that has been happening with me being outed. It's attached to my personal name and other business. I just lost an a career opportunity and need to try and get these posts removed or at least buried in a google search. 

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Unfortunately it's almost impossible to get something removed from there without legal action. 

 

Someone I worked with was put on there a few years ago and she eventually just gave up as she didn't want to pay a lawyer.  She tried for over a year.

 

That site is notorious for not taking things down unless it will impact their bottom line.

 

There are also a few services that you subscribe to that will scrub the internet of content by doing the fighting for you. 

 

One example would be https://www.reputationdefender.com/individuals

 

Maybe take the plunge and book a consult and see if they can help you manage it?

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The only time I've heard of even a partial success was someone who used a DMCA notice to get her photos removed. But the rest of it remained, alas.

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16 hours ago, OldandNerdy said:

Unfortunately it's almost impossible to get something removed from there without legal action. 

 

Someone I worked with was put on there a few years ago and she eventually just gave up as she didn't want to pay a lawyer.  She tried for over a year.

 

That site is notorious for not taking things down unless it will impact their bottom line.

 

There are also a few services that you subscribe to that will scrub the internet of content by doing the fighting for you. 

 

One example would be https://www.reputationdefender.com/individuals

 

Maybe take the plunge and book a consult and see if they can help you manage it?

I used a site like this ^^

It was thedirtydefenders.com years ago, but the suggestion above seems like a similar service 

 

It wasn't cheap; 2500 USD in 2014, but it did the trick! 

Feel free to message me for the details of what the price included

 

Thedirty will not remove you, no matter how much you plead or prove your case, don't waste your breath 😕

I wasted much energy there.. The easiest/fastest way to delete that stuff is by hiring a company who specializes in it

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On 1/9/2021 at 9:09 AM, MsManda said:

I used a site like this ^^

It was thedirtydefenders.com years ago, but the suggestion above seems like a similar service 

 

It wasn't cheap; 2500 USD in 2014, but it did the trick! 

Feel free to message me for the details of what the price included

 

Thedirty will not remove you, no matter how much you plead or prove your case, don't waste your breath 😕

I wasted much energy there.. The easiest/fastest way to delete that stuff is by hiring a company who specializes in it

That site is no good for nothing...people ruining people's reputations saying anything and posting people's pictures

It should be banned it's a bully site

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I agree Danielle! 

 

But I remember that this is the internet, it's not always pretty lol

 

Their right to speak, as gross as it is, is our right to speak, and I won't wish them away because the same laws that allow thedirty to remain, are the same speech laws that allow us to exist - especially on US sites 😞

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Ugh that place. The place that doesn't deserve your traffic and anyone who pays it attention  doesn't deserve yours. Only trolls and idiots would take that source seriously. 

Five years ago I ended up on it twice, by people incredibly close. That betrayal took a while to manage.

Sadly without a lawyer not much can be done. Even the DMCA notices are usually ignored unless coming from an attorney. 

Good news however is that it will fade from the SEO after some time as you cant find my name in the search anymore.

I have been curious however how the FOSTA-SESTA laws apply to the dick responsible for this horrible place. 

I doubt any good employer scours the dirty to assess prospects and if they are that's likely a team you do not want to work for anyway.

Sending strength as I know how much this hurts.

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On 1/9/2021 at 9:09 AM, MsManda said:

I used a site like this ^^

It was thedirtydefenders.com years ago, but the suggestion above seems like a similar service 

 

It wasn't cheap; 2500 USD in 2014, but it did the trick! 

Feel free to message me for the details of what the price included

 

Thedirty will not remove you, no matter how much you plead or prove your case, don't waste your breath 😕

I wasted much energy there.. The easiest/fastest way to delete that stuff is by hiring a company who specializes in it


Could you send this information forward to me please? 

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Guest Joe Schmoe

As someone who is looking for our perfect companion... here's my opinion.

I used 'TheDirty' to find out the background on one of you we're thinking about getting a hold of, and to possibly find a face pic.

So, in your defense, it was helpful to get to know her a little bit. I'm able to sift out the BS. The only way I found to use this as a gateway was the conversation about you all complaining about it! Lol.

My only advice... Erase your conversations about these sites!

But like I said, it was helpful for me to use as referance I'll be contacting her someday soon. 

Take it as you will. 

 

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@Joe Schmoe

I'm not sure I understand what your point is here..

 

Are you basically telling someone to not ask for help in getting harassing posts taken down, because that calls attention to them, and then potential clients will be more apt to seek out those harassing posts and use them against the person?

 

Isn't this a form of victim shaming?  "Maybe you shouldn't have been targeted for harassment and then actively fought against them"?

 

I'm not really sure what the purpose of your post was, other than to call yourself out as a person for the providers to avoid at all costs.

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Guest Joe Schmoe

Lol!!😂

No. Not what I was saying at all!

What I'm saying is...

When you post these conversations about this stuff, it leaves more of a trail to follow. Then the researcher gets curious and looks for themselves when they come across this conversation.

Now, possibly, if the conversation was deleted, say after you acquired the sought-after information, it would leave less evidence. Therefore, less traffic to the ill-post.

Hope this explains what I mean a little better.

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Only once have I heard of even a partial success, and that was when a person used a DMCA notice to get her images taken down. Sadly, the remainder of it was still there.

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