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Websites That Post Mug Shots May Not Have The Last Laugh…

June 03, 2015

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  • Have you been wondering if your mug shot will ever come off of the myriad of websites that host these photos throughout the country? Mugshots.com, Justmugshots.com and many other websites make a living off of your past mistakes…isn’t that great?

    Even if you are successful in expunging or sealing your criminal record, your reputation online may continue to haunt you long after you have removed your prior offenses from the system databases. Furthermore, if you are not eligible for expungement or sealing of your record you have an even bigger uphill battle to protect your online reputation. It is like adding insult to injury when you already have trouble finding a job that allows you to take care of your family. No one should have to deal with friends, family, and anyone else being able to point out your criminal past with a simple web search.

    Well, here at WipeRecord.com we understand what this can be like and we are here to assist you in all of these matters. Please mention your concerns about your online reputation when you speak to our expungement experts and we will let you know what we may be able to do to assist. We must admit that some of these mug shots are quite comical, but only if they are helping you with an aspiring modeling career and not threatening your chance at a second shot in life.

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