After several talks, he promised that he could help fix something that was written about me in a local newspaper that was proven to be untrue. It was agreed that Reputation Defender would take information from me, and write content so that a person who searches my full name would have to scroll to at least the TENTH page before finding slander. One year has passed and the final product is NOT was I was told or promised per my contract (which is vague and lets people know that they can change the contract at any time). When my name is searched, you can find the slander on page two, and this has been the case the entire year of the contractual agreement which ends in five days. Secondly, they have been repeatedly emailing me that I need to “renew” in order to keep their work online when my name is searched. There was never ANY mention of renewing, This was a one-time job with a one-time fee. Finally, their final written product was mediocre to poor, the content was hardly believable. I respectfully ask (after being denied repeatedly by them) to be fully refunded by Wells Fargo bank. They have FOUR complaints already, and there is a reason for this. Their over the phone sales pitch is misleading and deceiving, as is their online contract and policy.
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Exposing homewreckers men and women and cheaters in the Internet Age
These days it's not difficult to spread information online. The rise of the internet as the go to source for on demand information has given the victims of cheaters and homewreckers a way to voice out and warn others of the unfaithful ways of their (former) partner. Dozens of websites, commonly referred to as Cheater Sites, now exist.
The purpose of these sites is to give victims of unfaithful partners and abusive relationships a place to post about the cheating ways of their partners and the person their partner is cheating with. Most cheater sites allow for the submission of anonymous posts that are not moderated or validated in anyway.
Scamfound.com allows for anonymous users to submit unverified claims about their partner and the person (or homewrecker) they believe that their partner is cheating with. Today the site features thousands of user-submitted posts warning the public about homewrecker men, homewrecker women and cheaters (male and female).