1. Is this a scam? / Are you a fraud?
No RemoveArrest.com is NOT a fraud or scam. RemoveArrest.com is a division of CleanSearch®, an established corporation. We have maintained the same verifiable business street address for over a decade, and have served thousands and thousands of satisfied customers.
We have been online since 1999 (long before any mugshot or 'profit-for-removal' databases existed) and have no affiliation with websites that house, proliferate or host arrest records and mugshots, other than to facilitate the management of client search results.
CleanSearch® is the industry leader in protecting your online reputation
2. Is this legal? Where do they get my arrest record / mugshot? How are they allowed to publish it? And what if the whole thing was bogus? What if I was found not guilty, or the associated charge(s) were dropped or expunged?!?
We feel your pain, honestly. But police arrest people all the time,
sometimes innocent people unwittingly end up in the wrong place at the wrong
time. If state law provides for free removal of the booking photo, what do
you do after it's removed, and the record remains, and perhaps even the
image in residual search results from Google, Yahoo, etc.
RemoveArrest.com is able to remove all the associated content in it's entirety, as well as the search engine results that can maintain residual content, including images, in perpetuity.
Database administrators will be trending toward absolute non-removal to comply with pending and existing regulations so they are able to maintain their advertising revenues. Most content is going to remain on the Websites however RemoveArrest can de-index or effectively remove the associated content from Search Engine Results.
3. Will my mugshot 'pop-up' on other sites as soon as I use your service?
No, absolutely not. Using our
service will not make it any more likely or any less likely for the record
to appear on an alternate platform. You can logically deduce that with fewer
instances of your record online, the chance for another person to discover
and proliferate it are reduced, however, it will have no affect on large
automated databases that gather electronic information. Removing content
from a specific database does not negate the freedom of speech rights
associated with public documents. We will always have the right to print out
public records and post them on telephone poles anywhere.
The popular misconception is that once you pay for one removal others 'pop-up'. There is malicious cause for this, but there are natural causes for this. As stated, searching for these instances can and will cause damage. After an individual has searched and accessed the content, perhaps also engaging services to seek out the content, search engines naturally build a stronger association, and may begin to list items that were absent from the listings prior to the association, yet they still resided online.
When someone removes content, which then appears to 'pop up' on another database, it is a random occurrence. In order for this to be a coordinated activity, the agency of arrest, each database, the removal agent and the Search Engines would all have to be 'in' on the conspiracy! It simply does NOT happen. The databases (websites) that are currently displaying your arrest records are large, technically proficient entities which gather millions of files. Usually the files are gathered directly through county or city agencies. There are no databases in operation that coordinate with other parties and/or hand-select or republish specific arrest files. It would be logistically impossible and unprofitable.
1. We search with special tool we have developed which does NOT allow search engines to create or solidify the unwanted association
2. We monitor the Search Engine results safely and confidentially for our clients to ensure any continuing associated content appears on search results
4. I hear it's against the law now to charge people to remove their mugshot, because the law says you can't profit from public records?
We do not accept money to remove mugshots or arrest records. We remove residual content from major search enigines and / or de-index the associated page so we may facilitate removal from Google and other major Search Engines.
5. Why do I have to pay to have my record deleted?
You do not have to pay us to have your record listing deleted.
We are an assistance service, much like that of a vital-document assistance service. RemoveArrest.com was created out of demand for the need to remove search engine results quickly. Many people are in a similar situation as yourself and want a CleanSearch of their name sooner rather than later. Our service is designed to expedite your goals, but is 100% optional. We do not solicit on an individual basis to individuals who have associated content in any online databases.
6. How much do your services cost?
We do not charge for mugshot or record removal. Only the facilitation of omission from Search Engine facalities such as Google, Bing and Yahoo. We offer free estimates and service proposals with fees starting at $125.
7. How long does it take for the asscociated Search Engine results to clear?
Although the time-frame varies from database to database, removal is swift, usually a few days but could take up to 30 days in some cases.
8. Are you the best service?
Yes. We were here before any arrest record databases ever came into existence. CleanSearch® / RemoveArrest had already facilitated the removal of images, articles and post for Judges, Homeland Security personnel, Police, Law Enforcement, Prison guards. Federal prosecutors, and local civil and government service providers. CleanSearch® holds a trademark from the US Patent office for proprietary Business Reputation management. We have thousands of clients whom we have assisted. Look at our page for case history (http://www.clean-search.com/clean_search_case_history.html). CleanSearch® Tech Team DESTROYED a WORLD WIDE VIRUS called "missngpage" which affected over 3 million users. Overnight we effectively broke a link in the chain and destroyed a virus affecting millions of users. We have also been instrumental in the demise of many arrest databases! Go look, some are actually listed. We actually have managed to detour many fly-by-night start-up arrest databases by various methods. Others are simply too large and too technically advanced, too popular, too frequently listed in search results and too highly trafficked to undermine.
9. Why use RemoveArrest.com?
- 1. We remove collateral snippets / listings that contain your name, working with you until Google is clean.
- 2. We remove the image from Google search results in an expeditious manner using proprietary methodology.
3. We are an established corporation, maintain a verifiable business
address with nearly 2 decades of reliable service, and are in good standing with the Better Business Bureau.
10. How do I start?
Fill out the for a free confidential analysis!
RemoveArrest.com removes online content from major Search Engines. RemoveArrest.com is faster and more thorough than any other online source.
Confidential Free Analysis:
To remove your record, please complete the form. Provide birthday if you have a common name, so we can acsertain your identity and save you time.
We will send you the results with a solution ASAP!