How to get a post deleted

Strategies for dealing with and removing harmful posts

How to Remove Post

What is is a notorious gossip website consisting of anonymous, user-generated posts that call-out and accuse others of cheating, or relationship infidelity.


A brief background

While, according to the ICANN WHOIS search tool,  the domain name was registered in 2015, the origin of the Cheater Land website dates back to 2010, when Cheater Land was still known as Liars and Cheaters R Us and was publicly accessible on the domain, and later

In 2015 a major campaign to rebrand the website as Cheater Land was made and the website was migrated to the domain 

Is legal?

Yes. Neither nor its owners have been found in violation of any US laws. This is largely because of Section 230 of the Communication and Decency Act, which provides website owners immunity to providers and users of websites that publish information provided by others - i.e. user-generated content.


Removing your name from is a must! Here's why...

In today's digital/information driven environment, people everywhere are looking online for information on the people with whom they interact.  What people find when they search your name on Google or Bing is important. If personal and/or professional contacts uncover private information about you that's been posted on, the derogatory information found in the post will likely figure in to their overall view of you, regardless of whether or not the claims made in the post are true or false.

How will being posted on impact your life?

There are many very real reasons not to let a cheater website post linger online, published where the world can see. Here are a few...

Missed career opportunities

When hiring candidates for careers in nearly all industries, the majority of executive recruiters now report the use of web search engines such as Google to evaluate applicants.  When a potential employer searches for a job-candidate's name and finds allegations of cheating, lying and other acts likely to be frowned upon, he or she is likely to pass on the job-applicant because of the negative information found on

Internet privacy issues such as stalking and harrassment

Threats of stalking and ongoing cyber-harassment often accompany having your private information posted on  Because posts often include sensitive information such as phone numbers, addresses, names of employers, children's names, etc., removing your information from the website is important not only to your online reputation, but also to your privacy and security.

Negative impacts on mental health

Being publicly humiliated on can have lasting effects on one's mental well-being.   Feelings of depression and anxiety, among other mental health problems, are commonly reported victims of cyber-bullies and internet trolls, such as those that publicly humiliate others by posting harmful information on 

Strategies to remove information from

Below you'll find some tips for dealing with cheater website publications and techniques to have posts deleted from cheater sites.

Get the author to delete the post

In early 2018, began a campaign to crackdown on copycat websites that republish it's content.  As part of this initiative, changed their policies to allow registered users on to delete their own posts. Thus, if you can get in touch with the author of the post you'd like removed, you may be able to get them to agree to delete their post. 


Note: Someone who authors a post on can only delete the post if he or she made the post from a registered account. 

Use a post arbitration services now allows post authors to delete their posts if the posts are made from a registered user account.  However, the website still does not offer any way for those mentioned in posts or the subjects of posts to delete content, that is, without the help of an approved third-party post arbitration service, such as Defamation Defenders.

Suppress posts on Google & Bing

This strategy doesn't actually remove the content from  Instead of complete removal of the post, suppression will use Search Engine Optimization (SEO) to bury the negative content on search engine results.

Take legal action to delete posts

There are a few ways you can use the law to deal with cheater websites, however there are important limitations when it comes to suing cheater websites and using other legal recourse to remove content from cheater websites.

  1. Use DMCA takedown procedures - In order for a DMCA takedown to be successfull in removing content from a cheater website, it must be shown that the cheater website content infringes on copyrighted material that you own.  For instance, if someone saved your Facebook profile picture and posted it on a cheater website, there's a good chance you'd be able to get the website to completely delete the post. If they're unwilling to delete the post, at very least you should be able to get the  copyrighted image taken out of the post and deleted from the site.
  2. Sue the poster - you may be able to get content removed from a cheater website by suing the person that submitted the post.  To do this you will need to (a) identify who made the post; and (b) prove that the post contains defamatory statements about you. Removal

Get your name wiped off cheater sites fast! Our proven cheater website post removal service is Best In Class; it gets content quickly and entirely removed from all major sites known for exposing cheating gossip and spreading rumors.

Pricing and Timeframe

Below you'll find details on our standard pricing for post removal, as well as some information on how long it typically takes to complete the various stages of the removal process.

How long does it take to remove a post from

The table below contains information on typical turn-around times for cheater content removal services.

Removal from
 2 to 4 weeks
Search Engine De-Indexing  Usually complete 72 hours after content removal from has been achieved.
Reputation Monitoring
  • Service is ongoing
  • Setup takes up to 72 hours.

How much does it cost?

Cheater Land removal services ranges from $900 to over $2,000 depending on the number of posts, number of websites the post has been submitted on and a number of other factors.

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