Announces Removal of Old Internet Court Records

Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) December 01, 2012

The search engine experts at are pleased to announce that the award-winning reputation management firm is now removing old court records and judgments for clients with tremendous success.

In a world thats driven by information, is offering valuable services to individuals and businesses that are concerned about protecting their own name. The removal of old court records and judgments is one of many service offerings that provides for clients.

Unfortunately, commented one executive, many high-profile people and regular Joes have just one or two little slip-ups in their past. This was long before the internet became what it is today. When all of those old court records were digitized during the last two years, a lot of people saw some unsavory facts from their past reappear. In many instances, these facts reappeared on the first page of Google search results returned for their name.

In direct response to this growing issue, developed a program to remove old court records quickly and efficiently. One SEO expert from the company explained the process in this way: First, we check our database to see if weve already developed a technique with a particular website for a past client. Chances are, weve already dealt with whatever website your court record is hosted on in the past. If not, we make a removal attempt using the strategy we think will work best. Once a clients court record or judgment is removed, we then flush the Internet with positive and informative content about that client.

The unique formula, developed by, has already helped hundreds of clients remove unwanted court records and judgments from the Internet. As many counties and states continue to dig up and republish old information, expects that more people will see the need for court record removal.

The SEO experts at welcome questions and comments about court record and judgment removal services.

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