InternetReputation.com Reviews Solution for Companies Harmed by PissedConsumer.com Sites alleging to allow users to post scam complaints are causing a serious problem in the business world
DENVER, Nov. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Every month, consumers are provided with new online forums they can use to strike out at companies that disappoint them or defraud them in some way. PissedConsumer.com is the newest site to come on the scene, and according to InternetReputation.com, its prominence makes it a dangerous foe for people who want to protect the online reputations of their companies.
Pissed Consumer claims to be a go-to resource for consumers harmed by fraudulent practices. The site provides a variety of complaint letters people can download and customize, and Pissed Consumer also has an extensive list of resources consumers can contact if they'd like to resolve the issue through legal channels. These aspects of the site are beneficial, and they may be the reason the site has been the recipient of such glowing praise.
InternetReputation.com formed their scam tips and collation site to help people deal with online slander and problems arising from websites like PissedConsumer.com, RipOffReport.com and other high ranking consumer advocacy websites.
"Many consumer complaint sites don't offer people a reliable method they can use to actually work with a company to resolve a complaint," says a representative from InternetReputation.com. "Reviews we've conducted, in fact, seem to indicate that Pissed Consumer might be the only site that gives users these tools. It's unfortunate that the rest of the site isn't so helpful. One scam complaint can ruin a business for good."
In another section of the site, consumers can speak their minds about the company they've dealt with, and these first-person narratives can be incredibly damaging to the reputation of a company.
"The consumer complaint section is quite similar to other sites we've seen, and all of these sites seem to encourage clients to use foul language and really get nasty when they're describing their experiences," says a representative from InternetReputation.com. "Reviews from clients that are full of negativity can make a company seem incredibly untrustworthy, and in the past, companies really had no way to fight back against this type of slander."
InternetReputation.com works hard to fight back against online scams and attacks. The firms goal is to help protect business owners and individuals privacy long term. "We created a site InternetReputation.com Scam Tips to help educating consumers about Internet fraud." Said Logan from InternetReputation.com
InternetReputation.com Scam Collation can create a firewall of positive content about a person or a company, ensuring that the negative information on PissedConsumer.com appears in the fifth or sixth page of search results. It's an effective way to deal with the problem, and the results can be seen almost immediately. See case studies at www.internetreputation.com.Media Contact:
Gary Bloom InternetReputation.com, 800-758-9012, firstname.lastname@example.org
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