Mugshotsplanetis also owned by Internetreputation.com ,shouldwehire.com and openpasts.org. They post you mugshots online and that is illegal in most states. Then they charge you $699 to take them down. This is pure extortion. Help me stop them by finding more imformation on them. I found out that they do not even have an office. One of their sites listed an office and I later found out that it was a virtual office and they lost it by not paying their bills. They will take down your Mugshot on one site and then post it to a new one the next week and call you for more money. I spoke to Ryan who said he worked from home and never met anyone from the company. He said he only worked there for one month and was going to quit because his paycheck bounced when they paid him. Please do not give these guys your creditcard. They claim they are not the same company but they are. That is why it is so easy for them to take your Mugshots down. It is just like updating your FB profile. Your pictures would not be online for any reason other than they want to extort you. They have no reason to post your pictures and claim they do it to help people learn more about your past. Nobody does anything because they care about you! They do it to extort you! Please add any comments you can to this post because I have a class action lawsuit against them and if you want to be a part of it please reply.
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