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I received this email: It has been brought to my attention that you do not pre screen your employees and at least 1 has a criminal record for sexual assault.I also understand you have a lice infestation at your facility.Is this true? I am trying to clarify these allegations before they are made public. Thank you.
Obviously this is not true I told him so so his next step was to blackmail our company, We are a company checked by the Department of health and it would be a matter of public record if this was true so obviously it is not. But print it online and it becomes lie that will follow a company forgiver. Here was his next email:A complaint about you was received on my [redacted]er consumer watch website: [redacted]

There are 2 ways for us to deal with this. You decide:

1) You ignore this letter. We will then post a copy of the complaint on all the major scam sites within the week which have much better and greater search engine optimization than mine (such as /link removed/,, etc). This drives traffic to my site and informs the public of the allegation. Within a few days, the complaint about you is viral and is irreversible. Anyone doing any search on your name and/or company will see the scam complaint. The internet is permanent and I am happy to show you examples of my work.

2) We moderate the complaint by contacting the complainant and persuading them to sort out the problem directly with you and/or removing the complaint. Once the complaint has been removed, you can contact Google to remove a broken link so the complaint will never be found in the search engines. We charge $200USD to moderate complaints. You will be billed for this service and this is a 1 time fee only. If the complainant refuses to retract the complaint from our site, you will not be billed.How do you want to proceed?

Blackmail pure and simple!


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    Michelle Carson Jan 23, 2012
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    Verified customer

    Ok so how do we get the complaints off complaint board made falsely by them?

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    PaulRoberts Jan 04, 2012

    [redacted]er black mailed my company with false accusations in an attempt of extortion, just like yours. I handed it over to the police and contacted paypal to make them aware of the situation. The police are contacting paypal and launching an investigation.

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