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At Defamation Defenders, we take pride in what we do, hence the highly experienced online reputation repair technicians that carry out campaigns to the eagerness of our reputation management strategists to continue forumulating new strategies to meet the demands of an ever changing and rapidly evolving environment for SEOs and content removals.

Finding your name or photo on a cheater website can be downright terrifying. After removing more than 25,000 unwanted webpages on behalf of our clients, we know exactly how damaging negative content can be. Unfortunately, we’ve learned that it’s not just the original post you have to worry about. Reputational harm is amplified when negative content goes viral.

If you encounter negative content on a cheater site, it’s important to search for copycat (scraped) content. You want to remove all content (original and scraped) because:

Scraper sites are known to copy content from original posts on cheater sites
Removing one link may move other scraped links onto the first page of your search results
The presence of additional scraped links increases your chances of the content going viral
New scraper sites are popping up all the time
In this post, you’ll learn what scraped content is and why it’s important to remove all negative content, not just the original content. We’ll also cover some of the ways online reputation attorneys combat scraper sites.When it comes to effectiveness and comprehensiveness, the online reputation management solutions employed by the defamation removal and SEO experts at Defamation Defenders are second to none. Nothing is more important than your name and your reputation. Don’t trust it to the untested solutions of a run-of-the-mill internet reputation firm, or worse.

Let’s get started with an overview of scraper sites and how scraper sites work.

To have a possible idea of Cheater Report, consider these Scenarios.

You have received a call from friends to look up online as they have found something fishy.

You went online, the search bar pops up and you quickly type in your name and surname.

The odds are that you would have some folks bearing Janet Price or Stanley Myer.

You might find your name quicker than you think – internet location algorithms and all.

Maybe your Facebook account, Twitter, Instagram and all.

On the other hand, you may find your photo with your ex-spouse, or some side-chick, with some photo-editing showing “Cheater!”

“Impossible!” You say.

This might be less worrying.

Have you imagined if this photo was on your teenage son’s android phone?

Moreover, he is asking, “Daddy do you know this lady from somewhere?”

Let us not go there now.

If you were familiar with Cheater Report, the above scenario would not be a surprise.

If you are looking for a way to sort it all out, you have just come to the right place.

An exhaustive Cheater Report removal guide is what you need.

Table of Contents

What is Cheater Report?
Cheater Report Features
How It Concern You
Good Site Gone Bad
The Implications
Impact on Families
Future Relationships
Going off Radar
Working with Original Author
When You Do Not Know Author
Contacting Cheater Report to Remove Post
Posting Inappropriate Content
Copyright Material
Editing Material by Cheater Report
Let Us Help You
Be Watchful of Cheater Report
The Removal Process
What is Cheater Report?
Cheater Report is a free platform created for persons cheated in relationships to report their cheating partners.

To access the site, you need only have an email.

It does not require you to verify the validity of your claims.

Whatever the case, it is for reporting.

The site admins give very little attention to digging up the facts before authorised them.

The site allows reporters from the various regions of the United States and elsewhere around the world.

A look at the locations listed on the site as well as the details of defamed persons on the site would confirm this information.

Like many similar sites that consist of information generated by their users, Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act protect Cheater Report.

This provision implies that affected persons cannot sue the site to court on the grounds of information that users posted on it.

Cheater Report Features
A close look at the site would reveal that it takes pleasure in the defamation business.

It presents itself as the best place to report wives and husbands who are cheats.

It also invites people to look up the honesty (or otherwise) of their current spouses.

They can also use it to verify those with whom they want to begin relationships.

The site has an active Facebook page where it keeps its followers updated on developments with the site.

It mostly reveals progress made or setbacks suffered in removing defamatory contents from the site.

Regarding the identity of its users, an ample number of them fall into the anonymous category.

Obviously, it gets many posts from people who take pleasure in defaming others.

Most posts share the same language – unedited and very casual.

It is very likely that the site, or someone who benefits from it, hires persons to defame people.

The language of the site’s main communication channel – Facebook, shows that it frequently scoffs at people who try to remove defamatory posts.

Furthermore, if they receive threats from such persons, they would share the posts again on their site or open them up for discussion.

If this happens, the victims have just put themselves up for further trouble.

This would show that you need more than a call or message to remove defamatory content from Cheaterreport.com.

You need a professional.

It is because of helping people from sites like Cheater Report that Remove Reports is here.

We will save you the burden of having to expose yourself to more attacks.

Remove Reports typically helps to put down defamatory posts in less than 24 hours.

Besides, you only complete payments after you confirm the post is out of view.

Why is There the Same Content on Multiple Sites?
Cheater sites have grown in popularity and have the potential to ruin your online reputation and presence. If you aren’t familiar with these sites, they usually serve as a hate-filled platform for posters to vent about someone who has wronged them. Finding negative content about yourself on one cheater site is enough to cause significant reputational and emotional damage. What’s worse, is that content found on cheater sites has the potential to spread like wildfire.

Scraper sites are known to take content from other sites and post it as their own. Often, these scraper sites will use the exact same wording and pictures as the original post.

For example, TheDirty.com is one of the biggest gossip and shaming websites out there. ShesAHomewrecker.com is owned by the same site owner, so there’s always a high possibility content from TheDirty.com will be scraped to this additional website.

Some sites will even backdate posts to make them look like they have been up for longer than they really were. Due to these sites, content on cheater sites has the power to quickly go viral.

The logic behind scraper sites is not well known. There is no rhyme or reason as to why some content is scraped and other content is not. Because of this, there’s no strict formula to predict whether a post will be scraped in the future. One pattern we have noticed is that the original content may contain a photo and the scraper sites do not always recycle the photo – only the text. This helps us identify whether a post is original or scraped content but doesn’t help us predict whether content will be scraped by other sites.

To tackle this growing problem, one of the first things we do for clients is conduct a comprehensive name search. This way we can determine if multiple negative posts exist. One tactic we use to locate scraper posts is to conduct a name search, then add relevant terms, such as “cheater,” “homewrecker,” or “liar” to uncover copycat content.

Granted, this process is not 100 percent effective. There is currently no way to know if you’ve found every negative post or scraped content. But a thorough search is a solid step in the right direction.

Cheater Website Fact: Cheater websites are considered “user-generated content” and enjoy broad immunity under Section 230 of The Communications Decency Act. Just as telephone companies aren’t liable for malicious things said on their lines, user-generated content platforms are viewed as mere facilitators of content, not the creators.

If I Get One Post Removed Will All the Posts Come Down?
Unfortunately, the removal of one single link will not cause the others to disappear. This is why scraper sites and copycat content can wreak havoc on a person’s reputation.

Each individual site has specific instructions (and costs) to remove unwanted content. There is no way to remove one post and guarantee all other sites will follow suit.

If Only One Site Shows Up in Search Results, Can I Just Get the Negative Content Removed From That Site?
You can choose to remove one negative post even if there are scrapper posts. However, this is disadvantageous. In fact, removing one post alone will not be worth your time and money if you ignore the scraped content.

There is a high chance that the removal of one link will make another (or multiple others) take its place on the first page of search results. Search engine algorithms are complicated and always changing. So, there is no way to predict what may move onto the first page of search results. We recommend that our clients work to remove all negative content, whether it’s an original post or scraped.

The removal of one link (knowing that others are out there) can still leave you vulnerable to future scraping. If you leave live posts up, your chances of another website copying the content significantly increase. New sites appear all the time and scraping can (and will) continue.

If this happens and the content goes viral, it may be much more expensive to remove all the negative content. It’s better to remove negative content from 2-3 sites at once than wait until content has made its way onto 10 or more sites. Removing everything reduces chances of future scraping.

Emotional Distress Fact: Intentional infliction of emotional distress (IIED) is a civil tort that involves conduct that is so terrible and outrageous that it causes severe emotional distress and trauma to the victim. Although not all offensive conduct qualifies as IIED, when found, a victim can recover damages from the party that caused the trauma.

What Can Be Done to Combat Scraping?
After content is removed, we de-index sites so that the dead links do not appear in search results. This is one way we remove all traces of negative content.

The only way to de-index a link from search results is if the content has been removed. This process can be quick or take up to two months. It all depends on how much the particular keyword is searched – the more something is searched, the longer it will stay on search results.

Unfortunately, de-indexing only works for sites that have been taken down. However, if the site becomes live again at a later date, the content will be re-indexed. This is one way scraper sites avoid de-indexing, so de-indexing is not always foolproof.

Reputation Management Tip: If you want to suppress negative and defamatory search results there’s several steps you can take: (1) create a blog and start posting frequent content, (2) make your social media profiles public and start openly commenting and posting, and (3) interlink between all your various online accounts in order to create one powerful and cohesive digital footprint.