FAQ

Why are STDRegistry.com users doing this? Don’t we have a right to privacy?

Everyone; including wives, husbands, girlfriends, boyfriends, family members, co-workers, current employers and neighbors have the right to know what’s going on online and in their neighborhoods. Just like any other illegal activity of concern that is exposed. STDRegistry.com is no different than a complaint board that exposes the information of those who abuse the trust of the public. There are very serious issues arising such as the spread of STDs to the innocent. Since it is so easy to commit such crimes online it is our user’s job to make it easy to be exposed.

Removal Information ?

In an effort to help facilitate people who may be falsely posted as a STD Carrier on our website, we used to use a 3rd party arbitration company called DisputeThis. However, they have been doing things behind our backs to take us down and have been asking too many questions about who we are. If you us their service, tell them to leave us alone, not the webmasters. You can also use a service called RemoveNames (RemoveNames.com) for removal. We are not affiliated with Disputethis or RemoveNames.com, however if you are falsely accused, we highly encourage you to not only directly reply to the post to proclaim your innocence but also contact the mention companies. They can help facilitate the removal of the false allegations posted on our site if THEY DETERMINE, through an independent arbitration review, that the allegations are indeed false and will help you to track and trace the author.

Can I pay STDRegistry.com to take down a post about me?

No. You may not pay us to take down a post about you. We would not take down a post for any amount of money. You can offer us $1,000, $10,000 or $100,000. We do not remove posts simply upon demand, request, nor as a result of threats, cajoling, or assertions of liability. We only remove posts if ordered to do so by a court order, the original poster or a trusted arbitrator.

Why did my post or picture get rejected?

There are a number of reasons why your post could have been rejected. Please refer to our posting policy for additional information. Please note pictures that include children will not be posted on STDRegistry.com. A post of anyone who is found to be under the age of 18 will be rejected as well.

What picture formats can I upload when creating a new post?

JPEG (yourfilename.jpg), GIF (yourfilename.gif), and PNG (yourfilename.png)

I made my posts “not visible” and they no longer appear on STDRegistry.com but show up in search engines?

STDRegistry has no control over how often our content is crawled and indexed by popular search engines. (Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc…) Your post will remain visible until the search engine crawls and indexes our site again.

How do I know my account information is secure?

Privacy is our top priority at STDRegistry. We use encryption tools to ensure that your account information is secure. NO payment information is stored on our system, ever.

Can I add a photo to a post after I’ve submitted a post without a photo?

Yes you can, simply login to your account and you will see the option in your Dashboard settings to add a photo. You cannot replace a photo once it’s been uploaded.

Someone posted information about someone I know, how can I get a hold of them?

The easiest way is to comment directly to the post if you are the person. The person who created the post will automatically be notified that a comment was made to their post. To comment on a post that is NOT of you, you can create a forum referencing the Registry. It will be linked back to the post, and others can comment there also. This is to prevent endless comments being made regarding a certain Registry, which is not from the parties themselves.

There is a photo of me on STDRegistry – how do I remove it?

Once a photo is uploaded it cannot be removed. Please review our posting policy for additional information.

Can I contact the author of a post directly?

The only way to contact another member directly is by responding to a post.

A post made about me is not true, what can I do?

As stated in the Terms of Service, STDRegistry.com does not control User Content submitted by its users. Users of STDRegistry.com are solely responsible for the information contained in the User Content they submit to STDRegistry.com, as well as the removal of any such User Content. If you would like the User Content to be removed, please reply to the User responsible for the submission of the User Content in question and request that it be removed; STDRegistry.com will not remove the User Content. The user who submitted the post can login to their STDRegistry.com account and hide the post from the public. If you wish to dispute the information contained in the User Content, please do so in a reply to the User Content. Any such replies submitted are subject to the Terms of Service. STDRegistry.com is an interactive computer service provider. For International users from the United States, we operate under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996 (47 U.S.C. Section 230(c)(1)), and pursuant to that law, shall not be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by the Users of STDRegistry.com. As a result, STDRegistry.com, and its affiliates are not liable for statements contained in User Content available on the site. Please direct all claims for relief to the User responsible for the User Content. **Any inquires sent via our website or email portal with respect to legal questions or concerns will be referred to the aforementioned explanation, including the Communications Decency Act of 1996. In an effort to help facilitate people who may be falsely posted as a carrier on our website, we have teamed up with a 3rd party arbitration company or You may contact a 3rd party Reputation Management Company. STDRegistry.com is not affiliated with Reputation Management Company, however if you feel that you are being falsely accused, we highly encourage you to not only directly post your rebuttal to the post to proclaim your innocence but also contact Reputation Management Company at Reputation Management Company to file a formal challenge. Reputation Management Company can help facilitate the removal of the false allegations posted on our site if THEY DETERMINE, through an independent arbitration review, that the allegations are indeed false.

Can a post or comment be deleted or edited?

Once your post is made visible to the public, it cannot be deleted or edited. However, a rebuttal or addition to the original posting can be made at any time. Furthermore, you have the option to login to your account and make the post “not visible” to the public. Please note, if you set your post to “not visible” it can take 48 hours, or longer, before the change is made.

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