Pissed Consumer removal has become increasingly difficult and oftentimes, suppression of a PissedConsumer link is the better option. It depends on your specific situation which is why we always recommend beginning with a free consultation.
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Pissed Consumer Overview
Disgruntled consumers from around the world have been flocking to PissedConsumer.com to share their experiences with various services and products.
While the website was intended to be a place for consumers to warn others about potential “scams,” it also attracts countless competitors and former employees that publish false statements and reviews. This is done for the sole purpose of damaging the reputation of the business.
Unfortunately, ignoring these negative and defamatory reviews won’t make them go away, and you’ll need an experienced online reputation management company to help you clear your name.
Pissed Consumer is a consumer activist site that claims to be an advocate for the people. This site is supposedly a sounding board for consumers to warn others about poor business practices and shotty customer service they received at a variety of organizations. However, Pissed Consumer differs from reputable review websites like Yelp and the Better Business Bureau because a vast majority of the PissedConsumer.com posts are negative.
Further, the bigger problem with Pissed Consumer is that the site does not have a review process in place to examine posts once they are submitted. Anyone who has a complaint, whether it is true or completely unsubstantiated, can write up their grievance and have it published on PissedConsumer.com almost instantly. This makes it easy to post defamatory reviews with the sole purpose of slandering a person or business.
Will Pissed Consumer Remove Negative Reviews?
According to PissedConsumer.com, the website does not presently offer users the chance to remove or edit prior postings. In fact, the only way that users can get a review that they submitted removed from the site is if they submit a notarized letter detailing the following information:
- A statement confirming that the letter writer is the person who posted the information in question.
- A statement stating that the previously posted information was incorrect at the time of the posting.
- The URL of the post as it appears on the Pissed Consumer website.
- The letter writer’s full name, address, email address, and a signature.
- The word-for-word statement indicating that the writer is providing accurate and true information under penalty of perjury.
- A legible notary stamp.
The only other way to remove a post from PissedConsumer.com is by court order. This is a challenging process, and we can help you to see it through. Our experienced legal team is both affordable and efficient at getting anonymous Pissed Consumer reviews removed that may be damaging your business off of the Internet.
Can You Really Get My Negative Review Removed?
As reputation management specialists, our removal service is a legal process that effectively removes any false and negative review of your business from the Pissed Consumer website – if it was posted anonymously.
The process takes between eight to ten weeks, but once it is over, the results are permanent. The negative post that could have been detrimental to your business will be removed from the search engine index, so it never appears again in search results. This allows you to move on and focus your efforts back into growing your business.
Pissed Consumer Suppression Strategies
Don’t allow a damaging review on PissedConsumer.com to ruin your day. Negative, unwanted listings on this site can be pushed down or displaced using one of these strategies.
- Free, DIY Displacement Method. Try writing and posting your own positive review in an attempt to displace the negative one. It won’t cost you a thing and we’ve seen it work. This can work well, especially if you have only one review. There’s no guarantee, but it won’t cost you a thing except your time. I’ve used it for clients with mixed results. (I don’t spend the time doing it anymore, but I have provided full step-by-step instructions at: http://affordablereputationmanagement.blogspot.com/2013/11/push-down-pissedconsumer-negative.html.)
- Professional Suppression. I work with an ORM innovator who specializes in pushing down PissedConsumer and many other websites in Google search results. Complete the contact form on this page for a confidential consultation, quote, and timeline. We’re very affordable when you compare pricing with the corporate reputation management firms.
Pissed Consumer Video Transcription
Hello there, my name is Mike Munter. I’m with Affordable Reputation Management and I’d like to talk to you about PissedConsumer.com.
If you’ve Googled your name recently, you may be surprised to see a review about you or your business on page 1 of Google on the PissedConsumer.com domain.
What Is The Pissed Consumer Website?
Now, Pissed Consumer is a website anybody can go to, create a registration [profile] and log a complaint about a business. The website allows for auto-publishing, so there’s absolutely no review process whatsoever.
The problem is it’s a fairly strong website [PR4], so if someone does publish a review about you or your business, it very well could rank on page one of Google.
And if it does, there are two things you can do to get rid of it. The first one is completely free and it’s something we’ve tried before and it is effective. I’m going to send you a link to it in the video notes here at the bottom.
In short, what you do is post a positive review on the Pissed Consumer website about your business. You make it longer than the one that’s already there and you want to make sure you optimize it, so whatever keyword we’re trying to target, we want to optimize the review for that keyword. Like I said, I’ll share a link so you know exactly how to do it, step-by-step.
The upside of doing it is it’s free, it’s fast, it’s easy. It’s going to take you about an hour’s worth of work. The downside is one, it might not work, which, you lost an hour. Or the other thing that could happen is that when you do see the Pissed Consumer review come in [to your Google page 1 search results], you’ll still see the PissedConsumer.com ranking, but now it’s going to be for a positive review that you have posted.
So, if someone clicks on it out of curiousity, they’ll be like, “Oh, this actually isn’t so bad at all.” We’ve done that, we’ve seen it work.
Using Affordable Reputation Management To Push Down Pissed Consumer Negative Reviews
Now, if you don’t want to go that route – if you want to get rid of Pissed Consumer altogether, you’re going to have to engage in a reputation management campaign. And that’s where we come in.
We will give you one flat fee price [sorry, we no longer offer flat fee pricing, but all our campaigns are month to month; no contracts or long term commitment] to get rid of that Pissed Consumer [article], push it down off of page one of Google. What we do is we create new digital assets for you and we promote those up using backlinking. Generally, a Pissed Consumer review will take anywhere from 2 – 4 months or so. Every case is different, but if you want to give me a call, I can give you an idea a time frame estimate and also your flat fee pricing.
With that pricing, that’s a little bit different than the big firms. What the big [reputation management] firms do is they charge you 100% of a fee up front or they charge you recurring monthly fees. So, the longer the job takes, the more they get paid. With us, we give you one flat fee. You pay 50% up front and 50% when your Pissed Consumer is off page one and you’re happy.
I can be reached at 503-890-6663. I’d love to help you push that Pissed Consumer article off of page one.
For a confidential quote on removing or suppression of a false, anonymous post on PissedConsumer.com, complete our request form to find out costs and which strategy is best for your company.