|Greg Maynard||2/10/13 12:55 PM||<This message has been deleted.>|
|Re: We Will Pay For a Legal SEO Opinion Letter||Lysis||2/10/13 1:02 PM|
|Re: We Will Pay For a Legal SEO Opinion Letter||Luke :)||2/10/13 4:52 PM|
Wow that sounds like quiet a mess your in
It really sucks that the legal system worldwide is open to nut bags , who are unhappy with their own performance can make up crazy stories to drag the innocent into such a mess.
Is another angle to stand behind the Google Quality Guidelines , and request that they FIRST prove that you in some way breeched them - and SECONDLY that you got away with it and didn't suffer a Google penalty as a result?
If they aren't alleging you hacked their server - then isn't the first place these guys should complain/sue Google ? for its Googles results they are unhappy with?
|Re: We Will Pay For a Legal SEO Opinion Letter||StevieD_Web||2/10/13 9:08 PM|
a letter is just about worthless because any written statement must be backed up during cross examination during depositions and ultimately the trial.
So what you really need is a live body willing to spend the next 2, 3 even 5 or 10 years of their life for the preliminary and trial phase of your case as well as any appeals.
(and there will be appeals)
A potential paid witness should perform a moderate level of due diligence and check out their client before hand and they will find nearly 400,000 backlinks according to Majestic
including some real tasty (manipulative) backlinks.
Bottom line, your expert is going to need to dodge and weave on the stand with the best of them and I don't think it can be done.
|Re: We Will Pay For a Legal SEO Opinion Letter||Luke :)||2/11/13 2:36 AM|
wow , 22k back links added in just the last 60 days
|Re: We Will Pay For a Legal SEO Opinion Letter||I know nothing||2/11/13 2:54 AM|
I'll do it for $999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999,999.00 a day.
|Re: We Will Pay For a Legal SEO Opinion Letter||Luke :)||2/11/13 3:02 AM|
Its good to get an opening price , then you can shop around for a better offer :)
|Re: We Will Pay For a Legal SEO Opinion Letter||Barry Schwartz||2/11/13 5:37 AM|
Any reason you didn't post the actual legal complaint?
|Re: We Will Pay For a Legal SEO Opinion Letter||Lysis||2/11/13 6:57 AM|
Because that would make things more clear, and we can't have that. We need supposition and blind support.
|Re: We Will Pay For a Legal SEO Opinion Letter||Michael Martinez||2/11/13 7:50 AM|
Based on the documents in the attachment it appears to me that the PLAINTIFF is alleging defamation via manipulation of search results such that a user seeing the alleged defamatory listings is somehow sent through a confusing series of changing SERPs (which is an irrational and impossible scenario).
It would be unfortunate for the SEO industry if even only a state court where to accept these absurdities and validate them in a legal opinion that could be cited as a precedent in future cases.
|Re: We Will Pay For a Legal SEO Opinion Letter||MelPax||2/12/13 6:45 AM|
Not sure how the sarcasm added anything intelligent to the conversation. Use adult conversational techniques please. The condescending tone is not flattering.
|Re: We Will Pay For a Legal SEO Opinion Letter||Ashley||2/12/13 8:21 AM|
Mel - I don't think many folks are here for the flattery. We're here to be honest.
Greg - SEO is opaque so any person's opinion doesn't do much/shouldn't hold up in court.
If you want documentation, then roll up your sleeves and look through the countless documentation that GOOGLE has already provided for you.
Not sure why you'd go to someone to speculate when Google publishes a lot of good info via their guidelines, webmaster tools, help center, FAQs, articles, blogs, forum posts, videos, etc.
|Re: We Will Pay For a Legal SEO Opinion Letter||John Smith SS||2/12/13 2:13 PM|
Here is some background information on the case:
It appears the company is being sued for the webuypayments.net redirect scheme. They may have been using some sort of cloaking and redirect scheme.
There are several news articles published within the industry showing the connection between Sovereign Funding Group and the webuypayments website.
Here are a few more articles:
There are many of these types of articles within the industry.
|Re: We Will Pay For a Legal SEO Opinion Letter||Chris Hunt||2/13/13 5:42 AM|
IANAL, but it seems to me that the Plaintiff in this case should have to prove
(a) That the behaviour they describe actually did take place
(b) That it conforms to the legal definition of defamation
(c) That your company is responsible for doing something to bring about whatever-it-is they're complaining about.
It sounds like they'd struggle to do any of those.
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