Update by user Apr 26, 2019
The Reputation score I was referring to was my MyLife.com score. I actually had a higher reputation score before Reputation Defender got involved. I guess that pissed off the MyLife people.
Original review posted by user Apr 26, 2019
Four months after paying Reputation Defender $1,000 to remove lies and negative remarks about me on the internet my Reputation score has dropped an additional 2.5 points plus my record is still online. Reputation Defender had promised to have it removed.
Do yourself a favor and save your money. Better yet, if there is a particular website that is dissing you, use your money to hire a good lawyer to send them a threatening letter to sue them if they don’t comply with your request to remove your information from their website.
Product or Service Mentioned: Reputation Defender Reputation Management Service.