RemoveMyMugshot.org Launches Service For Removing Mugshots That Appear Online After Expungement
Tampa, Florida – RemoveMyMugshot.org powered by Incept Technologies, is the first company to offer mugshot removal service without having a backdoor relationship with mugshot publishers like other removal companies removing mugshots online. Many of their clientele are clients who have had their records expunged but can still find their arrest records appearing online. Individuals looking for employment, housing, or business opportunities may find their efforts hampered by mugshots still appearing online.
RemoveMyMugshot.org launched a mugshot removal service that provides a custom website for clients, reputation monitoring, social media optimization and removal of criminal records from third-party websites that scrape and republish arrest records online.
Mugshot publishers publish arrest records online but they never do any follow-up on the individual case to update the status or remove the image for individuals who are not charged or are exonerated. An individual can have the charges dropped, sealed, or expunged. Or, they can enroll in a pretrial diversion program which results in no conviction but an arrest record can still remain online.
Sometimes, a defendant can plead no contest to pending charges, this may not be an exoneration, but it is still a plea of no contest. While it is generally not permitted for human resource professionals to use online information to conduct background checks or make hiring decisions, more than two-thirds of them have admitted to using such information before hiring potential candidates for employment. This occurs most likely at rates higher than reported even though the National Labor Relations Board advises against such practices.
RemoveMyMugshot.org encourages those previously charged with a crime to check their search results online once a criminal record has been expunged, sealed, or removed from federal or state records. The information available online may not match what is in public databases. This is particularly true for juveniles who have had their records automatically sealed by the state after they may have been convicted of a crime.
Petitioners of expungement can contact RemoveMyMugshot.org and inquire about their online background check removal service to protect their online reputation and ensure information publicly available online related to criminal arrests can not be found when searching for their name online in a search engine. If steps are not taken, search engines such as Google, Bing, and DuckDuckGo can potentially bring up information about arrest records which can cause further harm.
With over a decade of experience removing arrest records and mugshots online, RemoveMyMugshot.org (also known as RMM) can remove arrest records online and reduce negative information about an arrest. This includes news stories about criminal operations by law enforcement which could be damaging if they publish personally identifiable information about the arrested person.
RemoveMyMugshot.org offers reputation management and content management services to individuals around the world looking for highly effective reputation management strategies. We specialize in article suppression, mugshot removal, and removal of personal information from data brokers.
Incept Technologies, LLC
401 N. Ashley Dr. Suite 2693
Tampa, FL 33601
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