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BadBizReport Post Removal

While BadBizReport may seem like it’s doing important work by alerting people to bad clients, bad businesses, and bad people, it is actually a way for people to anonymously accuse individuals of wrongdoing with no recourse, and no way to protect themselves or their reputations.

BadBizReport doesn’t demand proof of accusations and offers no control to those who may be harmed by its lies and libelous information. Anyone can participate in spreading rumors and falsehoods about anyone else, which can result in dangerous cyberbullying that has the potential to cause a ripple effect in the “real world” as well.

BadBizReport is a real threat to people’s privacy and reputations.

Can They Do That?

Because BadBizReport is not legally responsible for the complaints posted to its website, it can get away with posting anonymous, damaging information without fear of repercussion. If you’re one of the victims of a post on BadBizReport, the truth is, you have little legal recourse. Under the Communications Decency Act, BadBizReport is not responsible for the information people post to the site, although the person who originally posted the complaints on the site is not protected by the same law.

What can you do if you find your name posted on Bad Biz Report?

That’s where Reputation.ca comes in. Reputation.ca removes BadBizReport posts. We do the hard work of getting the posts removed and protecting your reputation — by removing posts from both BadBizReport and from Google.

Reputation.ca Completely Removes BadBizReport Posts – Guaranteed

Our approach to removing damaging Bad Biz Report posts from Google is backed by our years of reputation management experience. We remove posts that you need to disappear from both Google and from Bad Biz Report’s site. We guarantee it. If you find yourself caught up in Bad Biz Report’s shady, anonymous website postings, we can help. That’s the bottom line.

If a post about you on BadBizReport is not completely gone from Google and Bing within two weeks, we will refund 100% of your money — guaranteed.

Our removal services are protected by a full refund offer if we do not deliver, because we are so sure that our specialists can handle the job.

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My ex posted on BadBizReport.com. I have tried to contact the owners of these websites, but they never respond. What is the easiest way to remove these posts?

You could sue him if he’s defaming you, but keep in mind there are nuances to defamation law. Other than that, you can look into search engine optimization (SEO) to try and bury the Google search results you don’t like. Or you could hire a reputable company to completely remove the negative content.

Does BadBizReport verify the accuracy of the information posted?
No. The website relies on user-generated content and does not verify the accuracy of the information provided by their users. Users can post false information about legitimate businesses and get away with it.
Can I post a rebuttal on the comments section of a BadBizReport.com post?
You can try, but it may just bring forth more negative attention to your business. Plus, even if a post gets removed, it is easy for the original author of the post to simply create another post after it has been taken down.
Can I take legal action?
Yes, but it can be a timely and expensive process. Additionally, consumer review websites like BadBizReport.com are protected under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.
What can a negative online reputation do for your company?
A poor online reputation can result in lost business which is why it is important to take action immediately when you spot negative information about your company. The longer you delay, the more links and connections these negative pages will build to other websites.


We did not play any part in publishing the existing negative content about you. Additionally, we have no ownership or control over the websites that are hosting the damaging posts about you. However, we are disclosing to you fully that in order to achieve your goal of getting the posts removed we may try and persuade the website owners to remove the content about you either directly or through other third parties. This may involve paying them or an intermediary money.

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