DENVER, CO--(Marketwired - Apr 8, 2015) - Award winning reputation management company InternetReputation.com has announced upgrades to its PrivacyGuard program allowing people to remove more data sharing websites.
PrivacyGuard, which has been in development for years, is designed to remove pesky, private, personal information from more than 100 data-sharing websites. When the work is done, searches will be cleaner and thousands of reputations could be saved.
The leadership at InternetReputation.com has long been interested in developing new tools to make reputation management easier. And in the process, they've helped thousands of people with problems that seemed impossible to correct. But even so, new threats seem to emerge daily.
Sites like Spokeo and Whitepages, for example, are made to scrape data from sources consumers think of as private. Everything from tax records to property ownership documents have been tapped by these sites, and all of that data has been made available on a simple Google search.
"We can't overestimate the danger of this kind of exposure," says an InternetReputation.com representative. "This is information that's incredibly volatile and intensely sensitive. And some of it could be really damaging to people's reputations. But it's all out there. And we knew we had to do something."
The newest product will sweep through the offending sites and delete damning information. The coding is proprietary and secret, but the results are public and easy to spot.
"We've been testing this product, and we're thrilled with the results," says the company rep. "We can offer people a quick and easy way to remove their information from over 100 different data-sharing websites, all with this one tool. We're thrilled to offer this to our clients."
Anyone can sign up, and interested parties are encouraged to head to www.internetreputation.com to find out more.