I'm being slander online with false infomation on fake website. how do I go about getting it removed or taken down
State/Country relating to question: Texas
asked website to remove domain
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kd5yov.net from godaddy.com this guy is a known criminal with an extensive record. bryan c bailey is charged with auto theft and weapon possesion and is slandering my name.deeply appreciate your advice.
I just took a look at the sight. Where is the libel you are concerned about?
To be clear, there are no criminal charges pending?
none what so ever for either persons on website the guy that put it up has one
Ideally, you want to avoid having to hire a lawyer to get this done (though ultimately, that may be what has to be done).I suggest you do background searches in both states where these "warrants" allegedly are outstanding. Once you do those searches, you need to take the results and show them to GoDaddy's legal department. Once they have that in hand, they are more likely to act and take the page down.Once you have that in hand, call their corporate headquarters and ask for the legal department. The corporate number is(NNN) NNN-NNNNIf that does not work, you'll have no choice but to retain an attorney and sue the owner of the website.Please remember to only rate my answer when you are 100% satisfied. IF you feel the need to rate "Poor Service" or "Bad Service", please stop and reply to me via the REPLY TO EXPERT button with the issue you have. I am not paid unless I get a rating of 3 to 5 Stars/Smiley Faces. If I have helped you with your question, please give me an appropriate rating so that I get credit for helping you. Thank you, Nate
i have already did an extensive warrant search and have nothing in either state.How do i go about getting proof to show to godaddys headquarters..
You do a official background check on the two individuals. It will come back with nothing and then you have that to show to the GoDaddy legal department. They aren't just going to take your word for it. In Colorado you do that herehttps://www.cbirecordscheck.com/index.aspx?aspxautodetectcookiesupport=1In Texas you do it herehttps://records.txdps.state.tx.us/DpsWebsite/CriminalHistory/If you have further questions, please feel free to continue. If not, please do remember to leave a positive rating for my assistance today.Thanks!Nate
so I give those websites to go daddy, com headquaters and asked them to look
No. You get the background checks yourself. They're not going to take the initiative to look.Get the background checks done. Call GoDaddy's legal department at the number I provided and they will probably ask you to fax or mail the reports to them so they can review them.
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