MIAMI, Feb. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- InternetReputation.com offering fastest and most reliable mugshot removal service.
For the nearly 36,000 Americans the FBI estimates are arrested each day, a trip to the sheriff's office means a stop in front of a camera. With one flash of the shutter, that person's image becomes part of the public record, and it could migrate from law enforcement agencies to for-profit mugshot websites. In order to help people who have been targeted, InternetReputation.com is proud to offer a new program that provides the cheapest mugshot solution available in the market today.
The new lowered price reflects the company's commitment to online privacy and appropriate Internet usage.
"People who have been arrested may balk at the idea of paying a large fee to have their images deleted," says a company representative. "Many people don't have the money to pay a large fee, and having a mugshot on a site like this could keep them from making money, as these shots could keep them from getting jobs. We wanted to do something to help."
The service could be a boon for people who have been arrested and who have later resolved the charges against them.
"We know that hundreds of people get arrested for crimes they never committed, and we also know that those photos appear on mugshot websites," says a company representative. "These people are desperate for solutions, as they're essentially being punished for crimes they didn't commit. Recently, I saw a letter to a Chicago columnist in which the writer says his mugshot appears online even though he was never convicted. The columnist suggests that there's nothing the man can do to fight back. That's just not true. We can help, and our services are inexpensive."
Even people who were arrested for crimes they did commit can benefit from the help, as it's likely they've paid their debt to society and should be allowed to return to the open arms of the community as a result.
"It's a private matter that shouldn't be used for public entertainment purposes," says a company representative. "That's our stance, and we work hard to ensure that clients get the help they need to leave ugliness behind them."
Mugshot websites also don't deter crime, says the company representative, so the work doesn't harm the community in any way.
"According to research conducted all the way back in 1988, people who look at mugshots are less likely to identify the right person in a criminal lineup. The photographs bias them and make them more likely to finger the wrong person. If mugshots make everyone look guilty, how can they solve crimes? It doesn't make sense, and it's not something we believe in," says the representative.
The new service is available now, and the work is guaranteed. See more at www.internetreputation.com.