BadBoyReport started as BadBoyReport.com but after a massive 40 million dollar lawsuit was launched by Cheaterville they shutdown the .com and launched BadBoyReport.kr (a Korean domain).
BadboyReport.kr does allow removals however it comes with a price. Bad Boy Report works with Reputation Management Companies and Arbitrators to get removals.
It appears that a new site has surfaced called BadBoyReports.com and has the same type of function and removal options as the others.
They say on their site:
“If you are the victim of a post and don’t agree with what has been posted about you AND you cannot contact the poster, you can make use of an independent 3rd party service to challenge the post.
However this does not mean that the post will be removed. Only upon a successful challenge, the post will be removed if deemed maliciously motivated and unsubstantiated.
A valid 3rd-party arbitration service provides a neutral service to determine the validity of internet postings. BadBoyReport is not affiliated with any arbitration services, its owners or subsidiaries.”
We have had confirmation that the below companies successfully have removed content from BadBoyReport.kr: