By:  Aaron Minc, Principal & Founder

IMPORTANT! Keep in mind that is an entirely different website from At Minc Law, we do offer guaranteed post removals from both. You can read up further about by checking out our blog post here.

Imagine waking up one day to a barrage of texts from concerned family members and friends. Quizzically, you tilt your head looking at your phone in utter confusion. You scroll through your texts and finally piece together what they’re concerned about. Your heart starts racing. You’ve been accused of cheating on your significant other, and it’s been broadcasted on for the entire world to see (including your boss). Don’t worry. We’re here to help and put an end to the false cheater reports as soon as possible.

In this blog post, we’re going to walk you through how to secure a guaranteed post removal from, how it differs from, and what steps you need to take to give your defamation removal the best chance of success!


In order to remove yourself and cheater reports from, make sure to:

  1. Screenshot and preserve all defamatory posts and communications
  2. Contact an experienced Internet defamation lawyer as soon as possible!


Defamation Law Fact: Defamation per se is a popular legal doctrine which acknowledges specific types of statements as so inherently defamatory and inflammatory, that a plaintiff need not prove damages. Most U.S. states recognize four types of statements as ‘per se’: (1) Statements accusing someone of having committed a crime, (2) Statements imputing a loathsome disease on someone (ex. STD), (3) Statements imputing serious sexual misconduct, (4) Statements which adversely affect a person in their business, trade, or profession.


Are you being defamed online? Contact Minc Law today!

The Facts: what is it?

What is

Having first gained attention in late-2018, has become a hotbed for false cheating accusations and homewrecker exposing. And, as you guessed it, it is one of the go-to websites established to expose cheaters online. While the original stated intention may have been sound in theory, protecting individuals from dangerous and unfaithful people, it has unfortunately morphed into a Wild West safe-haven for anyone with a computer or smartphone looking to attack another person’s good character and reputation.

“Prostitute-Liar, Sex & Drug Addict, Herpes Carrier, Sociopath…” These are all words used to describe just a single person on their homepage!

Not only does provide a platform for users to expose “unfaithful” individuals, but it’s also a popular platform for reporting cheating businesses and scammers. And, the site has amassed quite a following in its short-tenure, now boasting over 100,000 backlinks to the website (other websites linking to their webpage), and numerous first page rankings in Google’s search results for someone’s name. This is completely unacceptable.

Imagine having someone broadcast made-up accusations to an entire stadium of people. That’s effectively what enables…and more. Now, these fake reports and accusations may be preserved on the Internet potentially forever! Unless you do something about it.

U.S. Law Fact: Libel refers to a false written statement of fact, which is published to a third-party and causes damage to another person’s reputation. Slander, on the other hand, refers to a false oral statement made to a third-party. If you need a little reminder, think back to your high school Latin class. The Latin word “libellus” refers to a small book, which you can then use to remember that ‘libel’ is written in a small book. vs. ExposeCheaters.Online

Simply put, these are two entirely different websites, supporting two entirely different layouts. They do however both expose cheaters online by providing similarly-structured online bulletin boards, which lack essential safeguards for protecting a person’s online reputation.

One notable facet of ExposeCheaters.Online vs. is that the former operates on a systemic posting schedule to maximize a post’s presence and viewership. This is especially threatening to an innocent individual’s or business’s reputation, as it ultimately increases the length of time a cheater exposing report remains on the first page of their website.

At Minc Law, we offer guaranteed post and defamation removals for BOTH websites. Make sure to check out our blog post on how to remove yourself from ExposeCheaters.Online.

Online Defamation Removal Tip: If you’re looking for a free and easy tool for monitoring your online reputation and brand, we recommend utilizing Google Alerts. Simply sign up, input you or your business’s name (and any keywords you’d like to monitor), and receive daily notifications anytime your name or business is mentioned online.



Guaranteed Removal

Guaranteed Post Removal From

As boasts an extremely simple UI and structure, there’s only one effective way to remove yourself and fake posts from it – by contacting an experienced Internet defamation removal attorney as soon as possible. Simply reach out to us today to schedule your free, initial no-obligation consultation, and we’ll walk you through exactly what we need from you to get started with your guaranteed post removal from Call us at (216) 373-7706 to schedule your defamation consultation, or schedule a meeting online. does have a ‘Contact’ page but lacks any accompanying explanation of the types of requests or complaints they accept. This could open up a whole can of defamation worms if not approached cautiously. Most cheater shaming and scam exposing websites are aware of their near-blanket immunity granted to them under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act and revel in the thought of post removal requests and legal threats.

And, we conduct guaranteed content removals from for a flat, reasonable fee.

Oftentimes, this causes the aforementioned websites to post an innocent victim’s removal requests or legal demands on their site, worsening the situation and further drawing attention to an already highly embarrassing post or comment.

So, what are you waiting for?

Are you really going to let an anonymous online troll dictate your online reputation and ruin your personal and professional life?


Let’s fight this together and take back your online narrative NOW!

U.S. Defamation Law Fact: Less than 50% of all U.S. states have criminal defamation laws codified in their books. Additionally, there are no criminal defamation statutes at the federal level. Understand that U.S. criminal defamation laws are rarely enforced and have been historically ruled to be “constitutionally vague.”


Are you being defamed online? We will get it removed. Contact Minc Law today!

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