- Report: #1127641
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Complaint Review: Reputation Advocate
Reputation Advocate438 Main St. Suite 200 Franklin, TN 37064 Franklin, Tennessee USA
Reputation Advocate SCAM Reputation Advocate.com, Steve Wyer, Steven C. Wyer scam, rude, ruined my life, ruined my business, reputation management, reputation Franklin Tennessee
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Reputation Advocate ruined my life. The owner, Steven C. Wyer (Steve Wyer) claims to know all about having your reputation ruined online. He claims to be an expert because he started the company after attempting to save his own a*s after a HUGE SEC lawsuit that had him pending millions and jail time. (RED FLAG) It's clear to me that his "team" know more about the internet in general than he does. However, he's pushy and rude. After signing a contract that has more loopholes than a loosely knit blanket, I was stuck. Their contract includes something about them not being responsible after a google algorithm change. Google changes their algorithms DAILY! Steve Wyer also advised me to buy harmful URLs and assured me that there was no way for them to come back to haunt me. I certainly didn't feel comfortable buying things like "******scam" "******a**hole" and what not. [continued below]....
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