Image Max PR Battles Mug Shot Websites: How To Remove A Mug Shot On Florida Arrest.org

May 13, 2011 Full story: EIN News 60

Remove Slander.com says that mug shot websites like Florida Arrest. org are targeting people who have been recently arrested and are now posting those photos.

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Mandeville, LA

#1 May 13, 2011

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Charleston, SC

#2 May 13, 2011
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Charleston, SC

#3 May 13, 2011
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Charleston, SC

#4 May 13, 2011
need to move it

New York, NY

#5 May 13, 2011
I am really trying to get my picture out of Florida.arrest.org it is now on the first page of Googe. This is very humiliating and I really would like it removed. I tried to contact Google and it was a waste of time - has any one tried Remove Slander? The price is a little high but if it will get rid of this mug shot then I will pay it!!!!!! Please help
Jeff

New York, NY

#6 May 13, 2011
About six months ago, I found out that I had a mug shot that was on Google 1st page and I did not even know it until my wife seen it, and it was very embarrassing to my family, and my business profit went way down, so I had to find somebody to remove this. It did not matter what the cost was, because I realize my name is the most valuable thing that I have, so when I found out about this site
http://www.imagemaxpr.com/Remove-mug-shot-fro ...,

and I call them and talked to the CEO of remove slander, and he told me that he was 98% sure he could remove this mug shot, I paid the fee right away, and within 48 hours it was gone. I can't thank these guys enough..
SeanTY

Fullerton, CA

#12 May 13, 2011
All I know is that I paid them and the mug shot was gone. It really worked!!! Thank you!!!
troy

San Diego, CA

#13 May 13, 2011
I have had my record expunged and I am still on Florida arrest.org . I have contacted Florida arrest.org office repeatedly to ask who I contact to get my mugshot removed. No one seems to be able to help me. I could not understand why?? I need my mugshot off the internet right away. The only thing I did was to slap my husbands face for having women in my home and my bed. No I am looking like a common criminal. I cannot get a job until this is removed.
Rachel

San Diego, CA

#14 May 13, 2011
There was a time when a mug shot was, well, just a mug shot. But now a mug shot is public record for the whole world to see. Google can take over a person life my posting your mus shot, and its not just in FL, but its in other states also. Goggle is out of control. It took 9 months to finally get my son mug shot move to the 3rd page of Goggle, but he still on Goggle non the less. i must give these guys a try. They say that they can guarantee to have it deleted, I will fill out the form and contact this company real soon.
Gwen

Fullerton, CA

#15 May 13, 2011
Florida is a beautiful State, but I its no place I want to live. Last year my wife and went to Orlando for my daughters wedding, we was headed back to our hotel, only 3 miles from where the wedding was being held. I got stop for and arrested for DUI, with a 0.09 , the legal limit is anything under 0.08 in FL. This happened 2 years ago. and my mug shot was on the front page of Goggle. I fought this thing for two years, but my fight stop when I found these guys. http://www.imagemaxpr.com/Remove-mug-shot-fro ....
mica

Brooklyn, NY

#16 May 13, 2011
Wow that story was tough to read, I could not imagine how that family felt after finding out that way. There needs to be some sort of reform here because the cops are out of control. How do they have the right to publish these phots?
Ronda43

Charleston, SC

#17 May 13, 2011
A loved one was arrested and taken into custody and while he was in custody he tried to commit suicide. The family was never notified and they found out from seeing his mug shot on Goggle and then reading it on the internet news. Is that legal? Shouldn't the family be notified before they post a mugshot and release the full name of someone on the news?
Silicon Valley King

New York, NY

#19 May 13, 2011
The Google algorithm works the same no matter if the link is featuring pictures or negative content, whatever is the most relevant will appear at the top of the page. The reason the mug shot has landed in Google images is because the mug shot photo was named and tagged after you.

To sum this up please allow me to explain what really happened, and how these pictures all of a sudden appeared on the first page of your search results.

Act 1 – You and your buddies where out on the town having a great time when you decided to stop at a gas station to purchase more beer. While standing in line your buddy gets into an argument with another customer and a fist fight breaks out. The clerk calls the police and they decide to take you and everyone involved to jail. Once you’re booked for disturbing the peace and public intoxication, you’re released on bond and given a court date.

Act 2 – Before your court date even arrives you receive a phone call from you now hysterical buddy informing you that his mug shot taken during booking is now on the front page of Google as well as the local crime section of the newspaper. At this point you also search your name and there it is at the top of Google in a row of images, your mug shot. Not just one photo but a total of three including the side angle shots. As you mouse of over the photos you notice that the pictures have been posted by a mug shot website.

Act 3 – You contact the police department and ask them to take the photos down because you have yet to go to court which means that you have never been convicted of the charges. To your dismay you discover that the police department could care less about this violation of your privacy and how the public images could affect the outcome of your pending trial. At this point the sheriff department informs you that your mug shots are consider public information and there is nothing that you can do about.

They were wrong! The good news is there is something that you can do today that will offset the damages caused by mug shots featured on the first page of Google. Even though the photos were place there by a 3rd party website and not the sheriff department, they are not obligated to take the photos down.

Everything I read about these guys was good, very cool video on thier site, so if I needed to I would use them.

http://www.imagemaxpr.com/Florida-Arrest-Mug -...
Nancy

San Diego, CA

#20 May 13, 2011
I am a 50 year old mother of 4, and i have never been arrested before until Dec of last year. I got arrested for having a half a joint in my car. And my mug shot ended up on the internet. And I found out while I was teaching my 11th grade students, talking about embarrassing. you don't want Goggle to find out you got lock up in FL.
Thelma

Crownsville, MD

#21 May 13, 2011
The reason we see so many mug shots is because mug shots are entertaining, pure and simple. The reason we see so mug mug shots is because it gives us some sick level of comfort to know someone else has it worst then we do. I am not saying it's right to post these mug shots, but I will say that it is entertaining.
Pixie

New York, NY

#22 May 13, 2011
Google knows they need to stop with this placing people mugshot on the web. they don't care if you guilty or innocent , they put your face up there, then you got to fight like hell to get it down. The real sad thing about this is that you won't know your mug shot is on Google until someone else tells you.
capger

Brooklyn, NY

#23 May 13, 2011
Unfortunately, lawyers, cops, judges, etc. are all in the game to make money for themselves, state and county. Good people who have never done anything wrong are being arrested, set up, etc., for nonsense. Lawyers don't even try to fight the cases. They settle it for a minimum sentence and a big fee, even though they know the charges were b.s. to begin with. Then you have to go through hell getting it off your record. It's a vicious cycle and I believe the American Civil Liberties Union needs to start looking into these cases.
Robyn

Keyport, NJ

#24 May 13, 2011
Whats happening in Florida is ridiculous with the counties allowing these website to profit off mug shots. Mugs shots have become a big money business so I would applaud anyone who has figured out to remove a mug shot. I don't know anything about Remove Slander.com but keeping fighting Google and the rest of these mug shot sites. Why should the public be on alert for someone who was arrested for missing traffic court? This is another example of the out of control Judicial Branch of our Government that allows law enforcement to torment the citizens of this country. Keep Fighting for the little guys keep fighting Google!
Melissa

Dallas, TX

#26 May 13, 2011
I have nothing bad to say about them. I used them and it was gone the same day. The price of service is nothing compared to the cost of losing a job because you have a mugshot posted in Google - UGH!
I would spend that money again & again & again!
Here is the link to their site if you are interested - http://www.imagemaxpr.com/Florida-Arrest-Mug -...
Clinton

San Diego, CA

#27 May 13, 2011
About six months ago, I found out that I had a mug shot that was on Google 1st page and I did not even know it until my wife seen it, and it was very embarrassing to my family, and my business profit went way down, so I had to find somebody to remove this. It did not matter what the cost was, because I realize my name is the most valuable thing that I have, so when I found out about this site
http://www.imagemaxpr.com/Remove-mug-shot-fro ...,

and I call them and talked to the CEO of remove slander, and he told me that he was 98% sure he could remove this mug shot, I paid the fee right away, and within 48 hours it was gone. I can't thank these guys enough..

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