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ComplaintsBoard.com might just be the most authoritative website for reporting businesses and individuals on the internet.
Created in 2004 and with its operational office in Latvia, the Complaints Board manages thousands of complaints against organizations and individuals.
It also maintains correspondence with a similar number of persons.
While many other complaints sites have minimal provisions for reported persons to have their names removed, ComplaintsBoard.com provides you with more.
We would not go about telling you how difficult it is to have your content removed. (You must have known that already).
However, we would guide you through the modus operandi of ComplaintsBoard.com.
We do this hoping that you would be able to identify your scenario and ask them to remove your content.
Our team of experts can be engaged to help you harness the provisions of the Complaints Board.
If it turns out that you cannot completely benefit from the provisions of ComplaintsBoard.com, we can also help you remove your name.
Helping you retain your online reputation is what we do.
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What is ComplaintsBoard.com?
ComplaintsBoard.com is an online board for the submission of complaints against organizations and individuals. It highlights unprofessionalism.
The site has been around for years and has a strong history of patronage from clients worldwide – especially in the US.
The owners exclusively designed ComplaintsBoard.com to accommodate complaints about diverse categories of organizations and individuals, as shown on its site.
This classical arrangement ensures that the reporter can post against any organization or individual (or offense).
It also categorizes the reported persons by their given locations.
This effectively rules out any doubts about the complaint.
Facts about Complaints Board
- Onsite information shows that Mediolex Ltd in Latvia owns it
- RipOffReport.com has taken it to court on charges of duplicating content.
- The site has been around since 2004.
- ComplaintsBoard.com has an internal messaging system.
- Site admins contact reported businesses & automatically get them registered.
- According to ComplaintBoard.com, taking down a report is possible and free. (?)
Other unclear facts about Complaints Board
- External information links it to the US and China.
- The Terms of Service of the site is just a bunch of repeated statements.
- It prioritizes content from the US, the UK, Australia, South Africa, Canada, and India.
Possible implications of a report on Complaints Board
ComplaintsBoard.com, according to its explanations about itself, aims for better professional practices in the use of its platform.
It states categorically that users should not post lies on its platforms.
Though it creates a window for reviewing content before posting it, ComplaintsBoard.com does not verify for truth.
If the reviewing processes go on successfully, the affected party stands to lose much. Find a possible listing below.
Loss of patronage
This is not the first time we tell you that a listing on an online reporting site like ComplaintsBoard.com could affect your business in many possible ways.
The wide reach and authority of ComplaintsBoard.com ensure that a listing of your business reaches many.
Search engines quickly crawl any report here for all and sundry before you know it.
The many reports and reviews about ComplaintsBoard.com on the internet major on this information.
Many of the submissions made on the website are by offended customers to the disadvantage of business owners and employees.
It has led to the continual loss of business patronage among many businesses.
Though unfavorable for many businesses, this approach has put many on their toes and effectively made them apply best practices.
Loss of jobs
Large amounts of reports on ComplaintsBoard.com are against the poor services of some workers. Offended and malicious alike customers take advantage of this platform to report them.
If taken seriously by their employers, the employees could lose their jobs. Employers often take this step to save their businesses.
The employees become the victims in this sense.
As we will show later, ComplaintsBoard.com contacts reported organizations to reach an agreement on resolving the reports.
If the reported party turns out to be an employee without contact information, they stand to lose their job.
Alternatively, ComplaintsBoard.com can reach the organization directly regarding its employee. This can spell doom for the employee.
The very reason that the employee was cause for the organization’s mention on the internet is enough reason for a sack.
ComplaintsBoard.com reveals that it searches the internet for the contact information of organizations and individuals mentioned on its site.
It contacts them directly before they even know about it.
Loss of capital
In a world where businesses are run with loans, a negative review online can cause a long chain of consequences.
In a country like the US, where businesses apply for as much as $600 billion on loans each year, a business decline is not something one could afford.
A negative portrayal of a business would not only cause loss of possible profit, but it would also throw one into avoidable debt.
Do we really need ComplaintsBoard.com?
This seems like a valid question. The answer: Yes, and No.
Yes, because it makes business owners and other persons understand the need to be upright in their business practices.
A look at the preview pane of ComplaintsBoard.com would show that many persons have benefitted from it.
No, because the site has really caused losses to businesses.
The authority that ComplaintsBoard.com wields is enormous, to say the least. It has been beneficial to some extent, we could say. However, the negative impact it causes outweighs its benefits to a large degree.
This is why you should not delay getting your name off ComplaintsBoard.com as soon as possible.
We can show you how to go about the options that ComplaintsBoard.com offers you. In addition, we can also be open to help you through this.
How users submit posts on ComplaintsBoard.com
The post submission process on ComplaintsBoard.com is quite straightforward.
More so, it has a verification process that makes it necessary to verify the individual’s identity that is submitting the complaint.
Users simply hit the ‘File a complaint’ button at the top of the page.
The site directs them to a page where they can fill in information about the company.
The information that the reporter fills into the form includes the company’s details such as country, state, address, and website.
The site instructs reporters to submit their negative experiences in detail.
It is common to see repeated reports against one person or organization on this site.
The reporting process also involves the submission of photos and videos of the experience. (A look at the site shows that they allow very few media files).
The site then goes on to verify the email of the reporter.
This process is mainly to ensure that the reported party can reach them.
What happens after users submit complaints?
The time between submitting a report and its eventual publishing can range from a couple of minutes to about 48 hours.
They do not review the content at weekends.
ComplaintsBoard.com takes off whatever material that could cause them a legal brawl.
As that would cause them time, they remove such materials.
They take off pornographic photos or videos. They also take down materials that have a possible breach of copyright laws.
After reviewing the report, ComplaintsBoard.com goes ahead to publish them for the public.
Additionally, ComplaintsBoard.com contacts the reported organization or individual immediately it makes the post public.
When doing this, they also create an account for the reported company.
This account, according to them, would enable the reported party to contact the reporter and make amends.
The Complaint Resolution Process
ComplaintsBoard.com has a complaints resolution process in its system that enables it marks off complaints.
Note that this does not mean that the reporter or ComplaintsBoard.com has deleted the report from the website.
The report will remain visible on both ComplaintsBoard.com and search engines howbeit; it will be marked as resolved.
This is a slight difference that ComplaintsBoard.com has from other complaint submission platforms.
The other side
While it is fair that we celebrate the usefulness of a site like ComplaintsBoard.com, we also understand the other sides to it.
Its posting process continually puts businesses and service providers at a disadvantage.
It shows that anyone, including and especially competitors, can take out their revenge on an organization.
They can also blackmail or sabotage an organization and get away with it.
This also means that a platform like ComplaintsBoard.com has the potential to put well set-up businesses in trouble for no fault of theirs.
They would also be able to do very little to nothing about it.
Unfortunately, you cannot use ComplaintsBoard.com to court on the grounds of the report posted on their platform since it is a third-party posting site. It is immune.
Contrary to what some might believe, taking a post off ComplaintsBoard.com is not impossible.
We would show you how to take a legal route through the process and hope you would find it helpful.
If, however, it turns out that you still need help with a ComplaintsBoard.com removal, Remove Reports can help you out.
The Legal environment of ComplaintsBoard.com
ComplaintsBoard.com provides series of legal documents for users to read.
While we would advise that you peek at them, it turns out that most of them are a bunch of repeated information.
We now provide you with a summary of all that you can find on the legal pages of ComplaintsBoard.com.
Section 230 of the Communications and Decency Act
As expected, ComplaintsBoard.com mentions this article in its legal framework. Though not explicitly quoted, it turns out to be the spine of ComplaintsBoard.com.
For the most part, Section 230 (since its enactment in 1996 and the explosion of the internet) has been a major factor that has allowed ComplaintsBoard.com to flourish.
It states as follows:
These twenty-six simple words ensure that no one can hold ComplaintsBoard.com responsible for any information it contains.
Court cases against ComplaintsBoard.com on the grounds of defamation often fail.
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act
ComplaintsBoard.com responds to requests backed by the DMCA.
Given the general laws of the internet and intellectual trade, copyrights receive special protection.
This is one reason why ComplaintsBoard.com gives priority treatment to cases involving copyrights.
Though not directly involving their input, ComplaintsBoard.com advises against the publishing of reports that are under contract.
If the parties have agreed not to make any details of their transaction public, the reported party can take the other to court.
ComplaintsBoard.com does not hoard the details of its reporters if the reported party intends to contact them.
Step by step guide on Complaints Board Removal
The ComplaintsBoard.com removal process is somewhat easy and difficult. The process and level of difficulty depending on the circumstances.
ComplaintsBoard.com provides the conditions that would enable them to take down posts.
In some cases, they reveal that they reserve the right to choose to take down posts.
The steps to take down a post (or posts) from ComplaintsBoard.com would depend on the category of the reported individual.
It also depends on the possible implications of the post.
The first category of persons we shall address is those that do not mind a negative review.
These persons can contact the author of the post to resolve the difference.
The resolution process is quite simple.
ComplaintsBoard.com may contact the affected party, as shown earlier.
The contacting process also confirms that they have created an account for the affected company or individual.
To clarify the issue, you may leave a comment on the thread.
The comment should show that you are either innocent of the charge or resolved it.
Upon receipt of your comment, the author has about 30 days to repeal your claims.
If they fail to do so, the complaint is marked as resolved.
According to ComplaintsBoard.com, a report against a company should not be a cause for alarm.
What should be important is that the complaint is resolved.
Furthermore, they advise that affected organizations or individuals respond quickly to complaints against them.
This would give them a good rating on the website.
We might as well agree that the site has gotten its popularity courtesy of becoming a rating platform for both individuals and companies.
Not everyone wants to resolve an issue on ComplaintsBoard.com.
Besides, the very thought of having one’s profile on a reputation defamation site is not a good idea.
Hence, one should embark on a ComplaintsBoard.com removal.
This is also easy and difficult.
We would show you how to go about this in straightforward steps.
We would also provide our convenient recommendation.
Firstly, let us ask ourselves, “Is it possible to take down a complaint?”
The answer to that question is a resounding “Yes.”
Howbeit, there are very few ways to achieve that. Find them below.
ComplaintsBoard.com responds to court orders to take down complaints.
Doing otherwise would portray them as breaching the law.
To take advantage of this, ComplaintsBoard.com provides a list of requirements on their DMCA procedure page.
This procedure is the same with other sites. We provide a summary of the procedure with Scamion.com here.
If successful, ComplaintsBoard.com would take down the complaint.
This process also has limitations, as you must have seen from the page.
If the author challenges the decision to take it down with valid proof, ComplaintsBoard.com will restore the post.
As we have revealed earlier, ComplaintsBoard.com edits posts before they publish them.
They do this to remove contents that are inappropriate for public knowledge.
Contents that they remove include:
- Pornographic materials,
- Photos of children,
- Social security number,
- Credit card information,
- Sensitive contact information, etc.
If ComplaintsBoard.com does not appropriately edit contents before posting them, the affected party can contact them to re-edit.
When the details of the post are bound by contract, the affected party can have them taken down.
It means that the parties have agreed not to disclose details to a third party.
When a person goes against the provisions of such a contract, he/she bears the responsibility.
To take down such content, the affected party would contact the post author.
As we have informed earlier, ComplaintsBoard.com does not take down posts except the affected party asks them to do so with a court order.
In this case, you can sue the author of the post.
They can also pay for damages if they are guilty.
Similarly, you can apply or ask the author to apply for a takedown order that you can send to ComplaintsBoard.com to take down the post.
ComplaintsBoard.com provides its contact email address through which persons can send orders and information to it.
Following up these processes requires some knowledge of the system and some financial commitment.
The legal practitioners would not mind charging you the most they can as they “help” you regain your reputation.
Hence, you may need to be ready to spend upwards of $1,500. Sometimes procedures can demand so much from you that you may lose track of business.
If this were the case, would you like to resolve the issue? Probably that would save you time and money.
Though easy, it does not completely save you from having a negative portfolio online.
What else can you do?
An experienced reputation management agency like Remove Reports is what you should look for at such times.
While some organizations and individuals might have a chance at getting their details off ComplaintsBoard.com, others do not.
They may be guilty as charged.
What do they do? They stand no chance. That could be you!
Asking ComplaintsBoard.com to take down a post against you or asking the reporter to mark it as resolved might be difficult.
It might aggravate them and create more trouble for you. What do you do at such times?
There are options for you.
Remove Reports can also be of help.
However, we present you with the idea that you might find helpful.
If you are inclined towards the intelligence of the internet, search engines, and rankings, you must have learned how to use suppression.
People do not always look for defamation sites to know about you or your organization.
They simply type your name into a search engine like Google or Yahoo, or Bing.
The search engines would go around the internet looking for any URL that mentions your name. If it finds your name, it enlists it.
The suppression method simply involves creating better content for internet users.
If search engine spiders find the new content as more appealing than the negative content, they will rank it ahead.
This way, you can stay ahead of the game.
Well, except someone wants to keep creating negative content against you.
With Remove Reports, you can continually stay ahead of any negative content.
When you do not stand a chance
Sometimes you do not have copyright content or inappropriate content posted against you.
You may also not know how to use the suppression method.
Would you allow the post to remain there?
If you said a “No” to that, this section is for you.
Remove Reports offers a chance to people and organizations that stand little or no chance of having their details taken off ComplaintsBoard.com.
We have a record of accomplishment of helping businesses stay clean and remain in business.
You can see that here.
A word for you
The internet is a great tool for expanding your business. Do not allow it to cause your downfall.
While we are committed to ensuring that you remain market-worthy, we would continue to advise that you employ best practices in business.
ComplainstBoard.com is not the kind of place you should be listed.
They do not care. They are only concerned about their business.
We are concerned about your business.
Do not hesitate to contact Remove Reports now.