Plainsite Removal is no longer possible, unless your record has been sealed by a court.
We do provide affordable suppression of Plainsite records on Google, as this is your only option to keep court records on site site from harming your online reputation.
Contact us for a quote.
- About Plainsite.Org
- How Do Court Cases Get on Plainsite?
- Why Is Plainsite Removal Not Possible?
- Our Strategy For Plainsite Suppression
Plainsite.org has been around in various forms since 2007.
Today, the website is a premier provider of millions of public district and appellate court records.
But it’s a lot more than just court records.
Plainsite provides it’s subscribers with detailed backgrounds on judge’s and their decisions, thus helping lawyers plot strategy based on the historical bias of a particular judge.
Additionally, the site contains a prolific database of law firms, allowing researchers to see the types of cases and experience each firm has in different areas of expertise.
Subscribers can even extrapolate and draw conclusions on the financial success of a law firm, thus helping to inform selection.
Firms can agree to contribute their court data through the Recap browser plug-in.
By providing this information, it helps law firms get found on the site, and thus makes it a nice tool for individuals to find an attorney that best fits their needs.
How Do Court Cases Get on Plainsite?
Plainsite uses software technology to download case information from hundreds of courts and patent and trademarks office each day.
It’s hard to know whether much information on Plainsite is added by it’s staff manually – it appears that all information is automatically fed through its servers on a daily basis, then formatted and uploaded to the site, where it can be viewed and sorted by users.
Certainly, it is not possible for individuals to submit their own opinions or content to Plainsite.
Why Is Plainsite Removal Not Possible?
Since the website is privately owned, the only way to remove content from Plainsite is to contact the owners directly.
We always invite our readers to try contacting a site.
It never hurts to ask.
However, we have tried, and in our experience, removal is not possible.
That brings us back to suppression as the only option to bury the negative links on Google.
Our Strategy For Plainsite Suppression
As you’ve probably learned from doing your research, no one can remove court records from Plainsite.org, unless those records are sealed.
Since removal is not an option, the only way to get Plainsite out of your life is to push it down where people won’t see it as easily.
For most of our clients, they’re interested in protecting their name, so that when someone Google’s them, the first few pages of search results look good.
We describe our strategy in detail for burying negative search results on Google, but here it is again in short:
- Create positive content you approve and publish it on high ranking websites
- Cross promote your new and existing content within all of your digital assets
- Use the best social media sites and exact match websites to outrank the negative links
Plainsite.org is one of many court case aggregator services available on the web.
With millions of court records displated on the website for pubic consumption, it’s likely that your case will appear on the site if your record is unsealed.
And while Plainsite removal is not an option, we can help you bury the record on Plainsite at an affordable monthly price.
We look forward to helping you take back your online reputation.