SexPredators removal is now available.
You don’t have to suffer the consequences of having your name and likeness appear on this website, especially if you’re not a sexual predator at all.
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- SexPredators.com Overview
- How Does The Website Work?
- How We Remove Content From SexPredators.com
The SexPredators.com domain name was purchased in 2015.
As of January 2023, the site has a very low domain authority rating of .9 on a scale of 0-100 with 7 links pointing to the site.
Since domain authority is a good indicator of whether or not a website will rank well in Google, this site has little chance of ranking.
But you never know.
One thing we do know is the website is not an official sex offender registry.
The individuals on the site are usually not actual predators, they are just people who have fallen into the crosshairs of the editors of the site.
It amounts to being nothing more than a complaint site, similar to TheDirty or the cheater websites.
How Does The Website Work?
In January 2023, it’s hard to understand how SexPredators actually works.
While the top of the site feature links to “Become a Contributor” and “Submit Anonymous Tip,” neither of these links work; clicking on them takes your straight to the home page.
It would appear that the site owners are the only ones able to post content, as all of the pages we looked at say, “By Sexpredators.com” in the author bio.
When I see a website like this, I wonder how it makes money. With this site:
- There are no ads on the site
- The site does sell a $5 monthly subscription through the-reporter.cmsmasters.net (click Subscribe in the site navigation)
But I would not trust “The Reporter” and here’s why: their Authors are fake.
Here are the steps you can take to verify using Google Image Search:
#1 At the-reporter.cmsmasters.net, Mia Queen is listed as 1 of the 5 so-called Authors
#2 Clicking on the Mia Queen bio brings up a new page, with this image below:
#3 Now loading this image into Google Image Search, brings up the results below:
As you can see, Mia Queen is used in advertising on Amazon, two dental practices and other websites.
But who knows, maybe she works for all of these companies.
It would appear that the only real way SexPredators makes money is by extorting the victims who appear on the site to pay for removal.
I guess we should be thankful that removal is possible, even though sites like these represent the worst kind of publisher.
How We Remove Content From SexPredators.com
There are two main ways one might wind up with a listing on Sex Predators.
- You did something wrong and went to court. In this case, it’s likely that you could appear on various websites that scrape data such as HomeFacts or other court record websites. If convicted, you’ll appear on sex offender database sites provided by the state where you were found guilty. If this is your situation, suppression would likely be your best course of action because you appear on multiple websites.
- You didn’t do anything wrong and did not go to court. In this case (and it’s always good to Google yourself to check), you probably only appear on this lone site. If you’re only on one site because someone had a vendetta against you, then removal is your best course of action.
We have a private contact we work with to get posts taken down from this site.
The service is guaranteed to work.
We’re not using lawyers who charge huge fees and deliver results only some of the site.
The one-time removal cost is inexpensive and permanent.
Protecting your online reputation is your right.
With the internet still resembling the wild west where anyone can say anything about anyone, getting out in front of bad news is important.
If you’ve Googled yourself recently and found that you’re listed on SexPredators and want to know how to handle it, please connect with us for a private consultation and quote.