USCourts.Gov Result Suppressed But Client Cancels
This is a very interesting case where we were able to suppress unfavorable search results, relating to a conviction for wire fraud and the subsequent appeal. The case was almost 7 years old and the client in question was in the process of rebuilding his life in the United Arab Emirates. He specifically requested that we suppress the high-ranking results, and we did so a full month ahead of schedule. There was a short-term spike in the results due to an arbitrary change in Google search algorithm. Page1.me was able to compensate for the algorithm change, and restore the suppressed position and initial downward trajectory of the unfavorable search result.
On 18th of May 2015, the client instructed page1.me to terminate all work on the case. Presumably for financial reasons. The following is a screenshot taken on 18th of May, and subsequent updates will be added as we watch to see what happens after we disassemble the highly effective leased back-links which play such an important part in the successful suppression of our cases.