Remove my Name from CheaterBoard.com
Is an Internet Posting About You?
The most important thing that you need to do is to remain calm and make sure that neither you, your attorney or any other party doesn’t send us any threats or demands. You are strongly advised to consult an attorney before taking any action that you will later regret. Once a threat is received we log it and then flag and lock the post for good, once we do this we will then NEVER accept any arbitration request to remove said post. We then add the individual and link our ineligible for arbitration page.
CheaterBoard.com is not hosted in the U.S. which means we are not bound by most U.S. laws, we will give everyone the arbitration opportunity so long you follow all rules on this page.
The CheaterBoard.com site contains all anonymous user – submitted content. CheaterBoard.com does not promote censorship or get involved with poster disputes. According to Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, forum sites like CheaterBoard.com are not legally responsible for content that any other party posts on our site.
If you want a post about you removed from this site, you’ ll need to contact the 3rd party arbitration service to resolve this matter through arbitration services. 3rd party arbitration services provide a neutral service to determine the validity of internet postings, the law firm that you hire will initiate arbitration proceedings with us to challenge the validity of the post on your behalf.
CheaterBoard.com management will remove any attorney arbitrated post if it is deemed to be maliciously motivated and unsubstantiated, we will not accept any other claims or from any other party. Please understand the anonymous party who posted the offending content is not a party in the arbitration. Your attorney represents your best interests so the actual arbitration is simply between CheaterBoard.com management and your attorney.
Please note that while the arbitration removal process can be expensive and may take up to 30 days, it is still much cheaper and quicker than the other few legal options of which your attorney can explain to you. CheaterBoard.com cannot legally be forced to remove any site content, taking us to court for another party’s actions is not a wise legal strategy.
It’s worth noting that we’ve been legally challenged on multiple occasions and we have never lost a case, the courts have ruled on many occasions that forum sites like CheaterBoard.com will never be legally liable or ever required to remove any content unless we choose to do so.
CheaterBoard.com is not affiliated with any arbitration services, its owners or subsidiaries.
If you are a private party then please do not contact us as we will not respond to your emails. You must contact a law firm to initiate the arbitration and removal process.
Here’s some links to 3rd party arbitration firms that we have worked with in the past and some that we are willing to work with.
If you are law/ arbitration service provider firm would like to initiate arbitration services for your client then please contact us, our contact information can be found on our contact us page.
The content of all posts and comments on CheaterBoard.com represent the opinions of the original poster and are not endorsed, approved or representations of the opinions of CheaterBoard.com or its owners. Our website content may contain erroneous or inaccurate information and all images are credited to the submitter. The owners of this site do not ensure accuracy of any content and are indemnified and held harmless from any claims brought by any third party relating to any aspect of
If an internet posting falsely accuses you of wrongdoing, you can challenge the post by using the link below. An independent Reputation Management (we are using 247removal.com as of 2-14-2017) firm will begin the arbitration process to review the credibility of the posting to determine whether or not the posting should be removed from the website as maliciously motivated and unsubstantiated.
To open a Dispute there is a one time fee of $3,500.00
We understand if there is false information submitted by users of our web service it can be frustrating which is why we have a strict policy against users submitting false information on our site, and if they do they are violating the terms of service they strictly agreed to open themselves up to liability from both us and the law. Of course, we are an open forum for people to post claims if they decide to risk breaking the law and lying you likely could file a lawsuit against them for defamation any other sort of violation they are committing. We are not a legal authority though and cannot make judgments as to the accuracy of claims.
For more Information why we cannot remove content for these reasons please visit this page: Content Removal.
File a dispute with us. In many cases, this can be the most economical way to deal with a false complaint. Going through legal channels can be expensive and not worth the cost of getting a complaint removed. To this end, we have a program where for a nominal fee of3,500.00 to administer the program, which includes our time contact the poster, send any correspondences between claimer and disputer to the other party, and process any changes. If you decide to file a formal dispute please read the following information on the process:
To file a dispute, you must click the Pay Now button above, after you complete payment you will be redirected to a form where you must complete information requested. After we receive your submission and verify your identity we will send you the remaining steps which include allowing you to give us a message if you want us to relay something to the poster. Then:
- We will contact the poster and request documentation, written verification of the accuracy of the post, or other written response relating to any issues you believe are false or inaccurate. We will also include any message you may wish to send them.
- If the poster does not respond within 15 business days the complaint will be withdrawn automatically due to “non response” from poster.
- If the poster replies with any documentation, verification or other written response relating to the content in dispute we will forward that to you and allow for you to respond through our Dispute process.
- If the poster doesn’t provide a further response to any further comments or questions you send them we will remove the content.
- If the poster agrees that the content is false we will also remove the content.
- If the poster does not agree that the post is false but is still willing to remove it for whatever reason the post will be withdrawn.
To open a Dispute there is a one time fee of 3,500.00
Please note that as an open forum the dispute process is not a pay for removal program in any nature and we do not take into account the content of the complaint or post, we simply act as a facilitator of communication between you and the poster. Removal of any content only happens within the structure of the dispute process and no content will be removed based on evidence or arguments supplied as we legally cannot make judgments on the accuracy of posts or be involved in removing and or altering the content of posts based on any judgments on our part.
We do not independently assess the truthfulness or falsity of any claim. We will only remove content as part of the dispute process when a poster or claimant does not respond during one of the stages of the dispute process or if the poster states in writing to us that the content was false or they agree to withdraw it. Also, our dispute process only includes communications made through our dispute portal. We do not consider communications sent to us purporting to be from another party to the dispute unless that other party confirms the communication originated with them.