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Hello

"In Japan, a man who may or may not have a past sued Google for auto-complete defamation. When someone searches his name, words associated with criminal happenings appear. He's arguing that this has prevented him from finding work, so he is suing for defamation".

I would like to bring to your attention this Google listing which is preventing my client from finding work:

Joseph Lee Burchell's Cheating Detail :: Stupid Cheaters
stupidcheaters.com/cheater_manage/view_cheater/145/all_c
Joseph aka Tommy is quite simply a scam artist of the worst kind, one who completely draws you in, expecting complete loyalty and fidelity on your part, all the while he's doing anything and everything that moves, whether it wears a skirt or not, and then questions YOU when you finally get that sick, sinking feeling that something is very wrong with this man and you need to get as far away ...

There is no reason why this needs a Google listing, due to strict recruiting policies in the Medical field, I am unable to hire this skilled person based on this Google listing.

Could I urge you to remove this libel and defamation of character, in order for this person who has no criminal record to get employed?

Many thanks

Paula Gil

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Aug 26, 2019
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  • Ev
      Aug 26, 2019

    Ummm, did you not notice this is just a general complaint site. Do you really think google or the stupidcheaters or whatever the site is, will see your complaint?

    +2 Votes
  • Fl
      Sep 17, 2019

    @Everywhere I have lodged a complaint with Google and stupidcheaters and neither have responded.

    0 Votes
  •   Aug 26, 2019

    And you can’t get the listing removed; the person that is being defamed needs to attempt to remove it .

    0 Votes
  • Fl
      Sep 17, 2019

    @SubSquirrel The person being defamed has attempted to remove the listing himself, unless you can suggest an idea?

    0 Votes
  •   Sep 17, 2019

    @Flexees The person needs to contact all sites and ask for a removal of false claims.

    0 Votes
  • Fl
      Sep 17, 2019

    @SubSquirrel @SubSquirrel I have emailed the site for 2 months now asking to remove my details. They do not respond, despite the GPDR laws here in the UK

    0 Votes
  •   Sep 17, 2019

    @Flexees Send a certified letter

    0 Votes
  • Fl
      Sep 20, 2019

    Hello, I requested the address of the website (to send a certified letter) from the webhost "godaddy.com" and this was their response:

    Thank you for your email. If you require information other than what can be found in a public WHOIS lookup such as https://who.godaddy.com, this request would need to be accompanied by a valid subpoena or court order. Your legal counsel can find further information on where to submit documentation via our Subpoena Policy/Attorney Tips page: https://www.godaddy.com/legal/agreements/subpoena-policy

    This is making life difficult for me as I do not have the funds for a solicitor.
    It would be easier for Google to remove the listing.

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