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Consumer Alert: Immediate Florida.Arrests.org Removal Offered from InternetReputation.com

Florida Mugshot Removal Immediate with leading ORM firm

DENVER, May 17, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Anyone arrested within the state of Florida can expect to appear on Florida.Arrests.org within minutes. The site scours public databases of arrest information and places all of that data on their own pages, which easily reach the tops of the search engines. Until now, it's been very difficult to remove information from Florida.Arrests.org.  In May of 2013 the website removed a previous paid solution that allowed people to remove their own records easily.

The award-winning reputation management company InternetReputation.comis changing all that with a new set of solutions for anyone who is arrested and has pictures on Florida.Arrests.org.

The new set of solutions could be a boon to anyone who has been arrested and who has hard time removing there mugshot and arrest information. Research suggests that hundreds of people could fit into this category. For example, in the journal Economica, researchers found that the effect size of an arrest on employment ranges between 10 percent and 20 percent for men. In essence, this study suggests that an arrest alone could keep people from getting an employment offer and advancing in life, even if that arrest came as a result of a misunderstanding or a misdemeanor.

Additionally, research suggests that some people who are arrested and have criminal records are subjects of discrimination and injustice. For example, a study in the journal Social Problems suggests that police officers use all sorts of metrics when choosing whether to arrest someone or let that person go free. In some cases, police officers even consider a person's race and the size of the crowd watching the altercation when they choose to make an arrest. People who are discriminated against in this fashion may face further discrimination, if their mugshot is easily searchable on the Internet.

In the past, people were forced to use different techniques to help them fight back against Florida.Arrests.org.  Lawyers have tried different methods for removing from these websites.  On Avvo.com, for example, a man targeted by Florida.Arrests.org on charges that were later dropped asked the legal community for advice, and he ran into a lack of information and a significant amount of unwillingness to help. This man is having a difficult time removing his mugshot, and he had no avenues that led to a resolution.

InternetReputation.com can help.

The new product line allows for immediate removal from Florida.Arrests.org, and it can be applied toward any person and any crime. People who have been convicted, people who have been acquitted and people who have sealed their cases can all work with the company to remove their mugshots and all of the information about their arrest. Additionally, the company can clear the Google cache, ensuring that the records of the arrest won't appear on searches after the images have been removed. The work is complicated and difficult, but InternetReputation.com has developed patented solutions that can complete that task in minutes, bringing people immediate relief. For people who are arrested in Florida, this could be meaningful help. Visit www.internetreputation.com to find out more

Media Contact: Gary Bloom InternetReputation.com, 800-758-9012, [email protected]

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