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Have you ever been arrested? Do you know someone that has been arrested? Chances are, the answer is yes. 1 out of 4 people in the United States have been arrested.

New websites have made it simple to dig up dirt on people to help you feel more protected. Unfortunately, now all of your records are online and easy for everyone to see.

At the click of a button employers, landlords, schools, anyone can pull up all of your records leaving you just as vulnerable. Thanks to this new online tool, it’s now easier than ever to learn how to get rid of unwanted criminal records.

People all over America are stuck dealing with mistakes they made years ago. At what point should someone be able to get a second chance at living with freedom?

A recent study showed over 60% of employers said they would not knowingly hire an applicant with a criminal record. Getting student loans and housing is just as tough.

So how do you break free from the judicial cycle and live with the freedom you deserve?

Here’s How It Works.

Clean Record Club has designed a simple step-by-step guide to walk you through the entire process. Signing up through their website takes just seconds and you receive a confirmation email with instant access to all of the information.

When a record is expunged you receive a court order demanding that it be removed from your public record and all other databases.

Pretty amazing right? Think about getting a second chance, turning your back to the legal system once and for all so that you can make positive progress in your life.

After researching I found that there are a lot of people that want to clear their record, but an attorney can charge up to $4000 to do it.

Most of us don’t have that kind of money just sitting around and end up never taking action because we think there are no other options.

So the obvious question is…

“Do You Really Need An Attorney To Get Your Record Expunged?”

The answer Is no!

The process is actually pretty simple and very little work for most cases. Best of all, it can usually be completed in just 1-2 months with just a few simple forms.

That’s why so many people are rushing to get this information and clear their records.

With over 85 million Americans that have a criminal record holding them back, this is something that is long overdue.

For the first time you can use the legal system to work in your favor.

A criminal history can prevent you from getting jobs, securing loans, getting custody of children, voting, owning guns, traveling & more.

Why would you want to continue living in a situation where you have no freedom? Visit Clean Record Club and say goodbye to the legal system once and for all!

I would definitely recommend this tool to anyone who’s been arrested. If you’ve ever been treated differently because of your criminal history, you know how painful it can be. Don’t let it happen again. Protect yourself and expunge your record today!

If you think you’re ready to try it for yourself, click here now.

Note from the Author: I have to warn you before you click on the link above, the information you find may dramatically improve the quality of your life. 

Terms and Conditions last updated on: Nov 1, 2015

IMPORTANT – PLEASE READ THESE TERMS OF USE AND TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE (INCLUDING THE SALES AND REFUND POLICIES BELOW) BEFORE USING, ACCESSING, OR MAKING A PURCHASE OF SERVICES AND PRODUCTS ON www.CleanRecordClub.com (“SITE”). THIS AGREEMENT CONTAINS DISCLAIMERS OF WARRANTIES, LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY, AN EXCLUSIVE REMEDY, AND A REQUIREMENT TO ARBITRATE ANY AND ALL CLAIMS. THESE PROVISIONS FORM AN ESSENTIAL BASIS OF OUR AGREEMENT. IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU REVIEW THIS DOCUMENT IN ITS ENTIRETY BEFORE ACCESSING, USING OR MAKING A PURCHASE THROUGH THIS SITE.

RECORD SCRUB LLC, a UTAH corporation, doing business as “CLEAN RECORD CLUB” (“CRC”), in connection with the purchase of a membership plan (“Membership Plan”) provides access to expungement information and resources (“Services”) on the Site.

THIS IS A BINDING AGREEMENT. These Terms and Conditions of Use and Terms and Conditions of Sale (collectively, the “Terms”), together with our Privacy Policy (available athttp://cleanrecordclub.com/privacy) represents the legally binding agreement between you and Clean Record Club. These Terms govern your access to and use of the information, services, functionality, and/or materials (“Information and Materials”) provided by Clean Record Club on or through the Site and your purchase of any Membership Plan. Clean Record Club is willing to license or allow the use of the Site and the related Information and Materials to you only on the condition that you accept and agree to ALL of the terms contained herein, and by accepting these terms through the completion of a purchase, selection of a method of payment, and your entry of payment information, you hereby authorize Clean Record Club to charge the selected payment method and its associated payment account that you have specified for the purchase of one of Clean Record Club’s Membership Plans.

If you do not wish to be bound by these Terms, Limited License, and Privacy Policy, you must leave this Site immediately. Your further use of the Site will be considered as acceptance of these Terms, the Limited License, and the Privacy Policy.

Clean Record Club reserves the right to update and change, from time to time, these Terms and all documents incorporated by reference. You can find the most recent version of these Terms athttp://cleanrecordclub.com/terms. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of all terms and conditions.

You may not use this Site if you are not of legal age to form a binding contract with Clean Record Club. If you are under 18 years old, or if you are not the age of majority in your jurisdiction of permanent residence, you must leave this Site immediately. Clean Record Club reserves the right to request any buyer of its Membership Plans or user of its Services to provide written proof of age in any form.

1) License Grants For Restrictions And Use Of Site

Subject to your continued strict compliance with the terms and conditions of this document, the Limited License, and the limitations below, Clean Record Club provides to you a revocable, royalty-free, limited, non-exclusive, non-sublicenseable, and non-transferable license to use the Site. You may download and print materials and information from the Site solely for your personal use, provided that you do not remove from any such hard copies any copyright and/or other applicable intellectual property notices. Notwithstanding the foregoing license grant, you hereby acknowledge and agree that (i) the content layout, formatting, and features of and access privileges for the Site shall be determined by Clean Record Club in its sole and absolute discretion; (ii) Clean Record Club has the right to control and direct the means, manner, and method by which the Site is provided; (iii) Clean Record Club may, from time to time, engage independent contractors, consultants, or subcontractors to aid Clean Record Club in providing the Site or use thereof; and (iv) Clean Record Club has the right to provide the Site to others. In addition, you hereby acknowledge and agree that these Terms provide you with only a limited license to access and use the Site. Accordingly, you hereby acknowledge and agree that Clean Record Club transfers no ownership or intellectual property interest or title in and to the Site to you or anyone else under these Terms. Clean Record Club hereby reserves any and all intellectual property rights not otherwise expressly granted in these Terms.

Notwithstanding the foregoing license grant, you may not modify, translate, decompile, create derivative work(s) of, copy, distribute, disassemble, broadcast, transmit, publish, remove or alter any proprietary notices or labels, license, sublicense, transfer, sell, mirror, frame, exploit, rent, lease, private label, grant a security interest in, or otherwise use in any manner not expressly permitted herein, the Site. Specifically, and by way of illustration and not limitation, you may not separate and use any graphics, interfaces, photographs, audio, video, sounds, artwork, designs, computer code (including html code), programs, software, and documentation found on or accessible through the Site. Moreover, you may not (i) use any “deep link,” “page scrape,” “robot,” “spider,” or any other device, program, script, algorithm, or methodology, or any similar or equivalent manual process, to access, acquire, copy, or monitor any portion of the Site or in any way reproduce or circumvent the navigational structure or presentation of the Site in order to obtain or attempt to obtain any materials, pictures, documents, or any other information through any means not purposely made available through the Site, (ii) attempt to gain unauthorized access to (a) any portion or feature of the Site, (b) any other systems or networks connected to the Site, (c) any Clean Record Club server, or (d) any of the services offered on or through the Site, by hacking, password “mining,” or any other illegitimate or prohibited means, (iii) probe, scan, or test the vulnerability of the Site or any network connected to the Site, nor breach the security or authentication measures on the Site or any network connected to the Site, (iv) reverse look-up, trace, or seek to trace any information on any other user of or visitor to the Site, (v) take any action that imposes an unreasonable or disproportionately large load on the infrastructure of the Site or Clean Record Club’s systems or networks or any systems or networks connected to the Site, (vi) use any device, software, or routine to interfere with the proper working of the Site or any transaction conducted on the Site, or with any other person’s use of the Site, (vii) forge headers, impersonate a person, or otherwise manipulate identifiers in order to disguise your identity or the origin of any message or transmittal you send to Clean Record Club on or through the Site, (viii) use the Site to harvest or collect e-mail addresses or other contact information in a manner inconsistent with these Terms; or (ix) use the Site in an unlawful manner or in a manner that could damage, disparage, or otherwise negatively impact Clean Record Club. WITHOUT LIMITING THE GENERALITY OF THE FOREGOING, AND EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN THESE TERMS, DOWNLOADING, COPYING OR REPRODUCING ANY MATERIALS PROVIDED BY CLEAN RECORD CLUB TO ANY OTHER SERVER, HARD DRIVE OR LOCATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF REPRODUCTION OR REDISTRIBUTION IS EXPRESSLY PROHIBITED.

2) Member Services And Billing

a) Membership Plans

Clean Record Club offers two standard Membership Plans. These Membership Plans may be billed monthly OR as a one time fee.

Silver Membership Plan: For a Silver Membership Plan, the credit card or debit card or other payment account you provide will be billed $4.95 immediately upon purchase and $14.95 every month, unless and until you cancel.

Pro Membership Plan: For a Pro Membership Plan, the credit card or debit card or other payment account you provide will be billed $14.95 immediately upon purchase and $14.95 every month, unless and until you cancel.

If your payment is declined at any time due to insufficient funds, Clean Record Club reserves the right to cancel your membership.

b) Trial Membership

If you select a trial Membership Plan (“Trial Membership Plan”), you will be able to try a Membership Plan and its accompanying services for seven (7) days from the date of purchase for only $4.95. If you select a Trial Membership Plan, the debit or credit card or other payment account you provide will be billed $4.95 immediately upon enrollment, and you will have seven (7) days from the time of enrollment to try out Clean Record Club’s Services under the Membership Plan. If you do not cancel your Trial Membership Plan before the expiration of the 7-day trial period, on the 8th day after you enroll, you will automatically be enrolled in a monthly Membership Plan and the card you provided at the time of enrollment in the Trial Membership Plan will be charged $14.95 immediately and $14.95 approximately every thirty (30) days thereafter, unless and until you cancel.

c) Negative Option

BY SIGNING UP FOR A MEMBERSHIP PLAN, YOU AUTHORIZE CLEAN RECORD CLUB (AND ITS PARTNERS, AFFILIATES AND/OR AGENTS) TO CHARGE YOUR DEBIT OR CREDIT CARD OR OTHER PAYMENT ACCOUNT THE FEES ASSOCIATED WITH THE MEMBERSHIP PLAN’S TERM, AND YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT CLEAN RECORD CLUB WILL NOT OBTAIN ADDITIONAL AUTHORIZATION FROM YOU FOR EACH RECURRING FEE CHARGED TO YOUR DEBIT OR CREDIT CARD OR OTHER PAYMENT ACCOUNT. IN ADDITION, YOU AGREE THAT CLEAN RECORD CLUB SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY OVERDRAFT CHARGES OR FEES WHICH YOU MIGHT INCUR AS A RESULT OF YOUR MEMBERSHIP PLAN. YOU UNDERSTAND AND AGREE THAT IF YOU PURCHASE A MEMBERSHIP PLAN, THIS CONSUMER TRANSACTION INVOLVES A NEGATIVE OPTION, AND YOU MAY BE LIABLE FOR PAYMENT OF FUTURE GOODS AND SERVICES UNDER THESE TERMS IF YOU FAIL TO NOTIFY CLEAN RECORD CLUB NOT TO SUPPLY THE SERVICES DESCRIBED.

d) Pricing And Pricing Modifications

Clean Record Club reserves the right to modify the prices charged for the Membership Plans, or to add or remove any Membership Plans, from the Site at any time without prior notice to you. Any price quotes provided to you prior to any price modification shall be honored.

e) Cancellation Policy

You may cancel any membership at any time by calling our customer support line at (888) 683-4131 to speak with one of our Customer Service Representatives. We’re open 24/7 (Holiday hours may vary). Any cancellation request will ensure you are not billed further.

f) Refund Policy

Our number one goal at Clean Record Club is customer satisfaction. If you are ever not satisfied with our Membership Plan and/or Services, feel free to call one of our customer support staff at (888) 683-4131, and we will work to resolve your issue. We’re open 24 hours a day, seven days a week (Holiday hours may vary). Refunds are handled on a case-by-case basis with the ultimate goal of complete customer satisfaction.

g) Taxes

All orders are subject to applicable taxes in the states where the member resides.

h) Billing Errors

If you believe that you were incorrectly billed or overbilled please notify our Customer Service Department toll-free at (888) 683-4131 immediately to notify us of the error.

i) Chargebacks and Reversals

Clean Record Club considers charge backs and reversals as potential cases of fraudulent use of our Membership Plans and/or theft of Membership Plans and will be treated as such. Clean Record Club reserves the right of filing a complaint with the appropriate local and federal authorities to investigate. Be advised that all activity and IP address information is being monitored and that this information may be used in a civil and/or criminal case(s) against a customer if there is fraudulent use and or theft of Membership Plans.

3) Placing Orders And General Payment Information

All orders placed through the Site are subject to Clean Record Club’s acceptance. After your order has been placed, we will provide you with an email confirming our receipt of your order and, if your order is accepted, confirming our acceptance of your order. This email will also include the login credentials to the Members Area. This information should be stored as you will need it to access the Members Area. Clean Record Club may refuse to accept or may cancel any order, whether or not the order has been confirmed, for any or no reason, and without liability to you or anyone else. If your payment card or payment method has already been charged for an order that is later cancelled by Clean Record Club, Clean Record Club will issue you a refund. If you do not receive confirmation that your order has been placed, please contact our Customer Service Department at (888) 683-4131.

While we want everyone to be able to enjoy our Membership Plans, we may, in our sole discretion, not accept an order or limit or cancel quantities purchased per person, per household or per order. Some reasons we may do so include, but are not limited to, the following:

1. Orders connected to previous credit card disputes.

2. Orders, in our sole discretion, that we suspect to be fraudulent. We reserve the right to cancel or not accept any order that we suspect to have been placed as a result of fraudulent activity. We further reserve the right to cancel or not accept orders from customers with a previous fraudulent order history

3. Orders that cannot be processed as a result of incorrect or invalid billing or payment information. Be sure to double-check your information when placing an order. We cannot process orders for several reasons including, but not limited to:

a) Incorrect credit or debit card or other payment account information such as card number, expiration date and card security value;

b) Incorrect payment method billing information (billing information provided must be the same as what your financial institution has on record);

If your order has been processed, you may obtain a refund on the Membership Plan you ordered pursuant to the terms of our Refund Policy, which is summarized above.

If you believe your credit or debit card or other payment account might have been used in a fraudulent manner to purchase a Membership Plan, please contact our Customer Service Department at (888) 683-4131.

By ordering a Membership Plan through the Site, you authorize Clean Record Club to charge your debit or credit card or payment account accordingly. Please be aware that the descriptor (or subject line) that appears on your billing statement will refer to Clean Record Club. If you have any questions about the descriptor on your billing statement, you should call our Customer Service Department toll-free at (888) 683-4131.

Upon prior email notice to you, Clean Record Club may change its pricing and/or billing practices. If you do not agree with these changes, you may cancel your Membership Plan, but you will remain responsible for payment of any and all fees that you have already incurred. Continued enrollment in a Membership Plan after receipt of such email notice constitutes consent to any and all such changes. If you fail to make any scheduled payment for a Membership Plan, Clean Record Club may, in its sole discretion, terminate your membership in the Membership Plan.

4) Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) Notice

Clean Record Club IS NOT A CREDIT REPORTING AGENCY (“CRA”) FOR PURPOSES OF THE FAIR CREDIT REPORTING ACT (“FCRA”), 15 USC §§ 1681 et seq. AS SUCH, THE ADDITIONAL PROTECTIONS AFFORDED TO CONSUMERS, AND OBLIGATIONS PLACED UPON CREDIT REPORTING AGENCIES, ARE NOT CONTEMPLATED BY, NOR CONTAINED WITHIN, THESE TERMS.

You may not use any information obtained from Clean Record Club in connection with its Services to determine a prospective candidate’s suitability for:

  • Health insurance or any other insurance,
  • Credit and/or loans,
  • Employment,
  • Government Aid,
  • Financial Aid,
  • Education, scholarships or fellowships,
  • Housing or other accommodations, or
  • Benefits, privileges or services provided by any business establishment.

The information provided by Clean Record Club in connection with its Services has not been collected in whole or in part for the purpose of furnishing consumer reports, as defined in the FCRA. According to applicable law, you are not permitted to use any of this information as a factor in: (a) establishing an individual’s eligibility for personal credit, loans, insurance or assessing risks associated with existing consumer credit obligations; (b) evaluating an individual for employment, promotion, reassignment or retention (including employment of household workers such as babysitters, cleaning personnel, nannies, contractors, and other individuals); (c) evaluating an individual for educational opportunities, scholarships or fellowships; (d) evaluating an individual’s eligibility for a license or other benefit granted by a government agency or (e) any other product, service or transaction in connection with which a consumer report may be used under the FCRA or any similar state statute, including, without limitation, apartment rental, check-cashing, or the opening of a deposit or transaction account. You also agree that you shall not use any of the information you receive in connection with Clean Record Club’s Services to take any “adverse action,” as that term is defined in the FCRA; you have appropriate knowledge of the FCRA; and, if necessary, you will consult with an attorney to ensure compliance with these Terms.

5) Clean Record Club Intellectual Property

a) No portion of this Site may be reproduced, duplicated, copied, sold, or otherwise exploited for any commercial purpose that is not expressly permitted by Clean Record Club.

b) All text, graphics, interfaces, photographs, audio, video, sounds, images, artwork, computer code (including html code), programs, software, products, information, and documentation as well as the design, structure, selection, coordination, expression, “look and feel,” and arrangement of any content contained on or available through the Site (collectively, “Intellectual Property”), unless otherwise expressly indicated in writing, are owned, controlled, and licensed exclusively by Clean Record Club and/or its suppliers and are protected by United States and foreign laws including, but not limited to, United States copyright, trade secret, patent, and trademark law, as well as other state, national, and international laws and regulations. Clean Record Club (and/or its third-party data providers) shall retain all right, title, and interest under applicable contractual, copyright, patent, trademark, Trade Secret and related laws in and to the Services and the data and information that provided in connection with the Services. Except as expressly provided in these Terms, Clean Record Club does not grant any express or implied intellectual property or proprietary right to you or any other person. Accordingly, your unauthorized use of this Site may violate intellectual property or other proprietary rights laws of the United States and/or a foreign nation, as well as other laws, regulations, and statutes. The Site is Copyright © 2015 Clean Record Club and/or its licensors. All rights reserved. Clean Record Club also owns a copyright in the contents of the Site as a collective work and/or compilation and in the selection, coordination, arrangement, and enhancement of the content of the Site. Any downloadable or printable programs, information, or materials available through this Site and all intellectual property and/or proprietary rights related thereto, unless otherwise expressly indicated in writing, are owned exclusively by Clean Record Club and/or its suppliers. Clean Record Club® and all other names, logos, and icons of Clean Record Club, its affiliates and/or subsidiaries, and any of their events, programs, products, and/or services are owned exclusively by Clean Record Club, and any use of such marks without the prior express written permission of Clean Record Club is hereby strictly prohibited. Other product and company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks and/or service marks of their respective owners.

c) You may browse through the Site and download any information you obtain by using the Services for your own personal use. You must keep intact all copyright, trademark and other notices contained in your personal copies. Except as otherwise provided in these Terms, you may not reproduce or allow others to reproduce your personal copies of downloaded materials, nor may you make them available electronically without our express written consent. You may not save or archive a significant portion of the material appearing on the Site. You may not attempt to alter or modify the content posted on the Site. Except as expressly set forth in these Terms, you may not copy, download, display, distribute, publish, enter into a database, perform, modify, create derivative works, transmit, post, decompile, reverse engineer, disassemble or in any way exploit any of our Intellectual Property or the Site itself.

6) Site Security

Actual or attempted unauthorized use of the Site may result in criminal and/or civil prosecution, including, without limitation, punishment under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986. Clean Record Club reserves the unqualified right to view, monitor, and record activity on the Site without any notice to or permission from you. Any information obtained by monitoring, reviewing, or recording your use of the Site is subject to review by law enforcement organizations in the sole and absolute discretion of Clean Record Club. Clean Record Club will also comply with all legally binding requests for such information including, without limitation, the provision of information pursuant to a court order. In addition to the foregoing, and in its sole and absolute discretion, Clean Record Club reserves the right, to at any time and without advance notice, modify, suspend, terminate, or temporarily interrupt operation of or access to the Site or any portion thereof.

9) Third Party Sites And Services

This Site may contain links to other sites owned by third parties, and the Site may contain the advertisements of third parties and/or feature materials, programs, events, products, and services provided by third parties. Your use of each of those sites and third-party materials, programs, events, products, and services is at your own risk and is subject to the terms of those sites. Clean Record Club has no control over sites, materials, programs, events, products, and services that are not ours, and Clean Record Club is not responsible for any changes to or content on any third-party sites. Clean Record Club assumes no responsibility for the content of or services offered by linked third-party sites, and makes no representations regarding the accuracy of materials on third-party websites. Statements made on third-party websites linked to or from this Site reflect only the views of their authors and not of Clean Record Club. Clean Record Club’s inclusion on the Site of any third-party content or a link to a third-party site is not an endorsement of that content or third-party site. Clean Record Club expressly disclaims responsibility and liability for all third-party sites and all third-party provided materials, programs, events, products, and services contained on or accessed through the Site or on third-party websites, and you agree that Clean Record Club shall not be responsible for any loss or damage of any sort incurred as a result of any such dealings or as the result of the presence of such third-parties’ materials, products, and/or services on this Site.

10) Disclaimers

a) CLEAN RECORD CLUB DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE ACCURACY OF INFORMATION FOUND ON THE SITE OR THROUGH THE SERVICES. USE OF THE SITE, THE SERVICES AND ANY DATA ACCESSED WHILE USING THE SITE OR THE SERVICES IS AT YOUR SOLE RISK. THE SITE, THE SERVICES AND ALL CONTENTS OF EACH ARE PROVIDED ON AN “AS IS” AND “AS AVAILABLE” BASIS.

b) CLEAN RECORD CLUB DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE SITE OR SERVICES WILL MEET ANY REQUIREMENTS OR NEEDS YOU MAY HAVE, OR THAT THE SITE OR SERVICES WILL OPERATE ERROR FREE, OR IN AN UNINTERRUPTED FASHION, OR THAT ANY DEFECTS OR ERRORS IN THE SITE OR SERVICES WILL BE CORRECTED, OR THAT THE SITE OR SERVICES ARE COMPATIBLE WITH ANY PARTICULAR PLATFORM. Clean Record Club IS NOT OBLIGATED TO PROVIDE ANY UPDATES TO THE SITE OR SERVICES.

c) CLEAN RECORD CLUB DOES NOT WARRANT OR MAKE ANY REPRESENTATIONS REGARDING THE MATERIALS ON THIS SITE OR SERVICES IN TERMS OF THEIR TIMELINESS, CORRECTNESS, ACCURACY, RELIABILITY, OR OTHERWISE. WHILE CLEAN RECORD CLUB MAKES REASONABLE EFFORTS TO PROVIDE ACCURATE AND TIMELY INFORMATION ON THE SITE, YOU SHOULD NOT ASSUME THAT THE INFORMATION PROVIDED IS ALWAYS UP TO DATE OR THAT THE SITE CONTAINS ALL THE RELEVANT INFORMATION AVAILABLE. CLEAN RECORD CLUB UNDERTAKES NO OBLIGATION TO VERIFY OR MAINTAIN THE CURRENCY OF SUCH INFORMATION.

d) CLEAN RECORD CLUB DOES NOT REPRESENT THAT THE SITE, THE SERVICES OR ANY DATA ACCESSED WHILE USING THE SITE OR THE SERVICES IS APPROPRIATE OR AVAILABLE FOR USE OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES.

e) YOU ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT CLEAN RECORD CLUB OBTAINS ITS DATA PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH ITS SERVICES FROM THIRD-PARTY SOURCES AND PROVIDERS, WHICH MAY OR MAY NOT BE COMPLETELY THOROUGH AND ACCURATE, AND THAT YOU SHALL NOT RELY ON CLEAN RECORD CLUB FOR THE ACCURACY OR COMPLETENESS OF INFORMATION SUPPLIED IN CONNECTION WITH ITS SERVICES. CLEAN RECORD CLUB RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ADD MATERIALS AND FEATURES TO, AND TO DISCONTINUE OFFERING ANY OF THE MATERIALS AND FEATURES THAT ARE CURRENTLY A PART OF ITS SERVICES PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH A MEMBERSHIP PLAN.

f) CLEAN RECORD CLUB EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, RELATING TO THE SITE, THE SERVICES AND ANY DATA ACCESSED WHILE USING THE SITE OR THE SERVICES, OR THE ACCURACY, TIMELINESS, COMPLETENESS, OR ADEQUACY OF THE SITE, THE SERVICES AND ANY DATA ACCESSED WHILE USING THE SITE OR THE SERVICES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF TITLE, MERCHANTABILITY, SATISFACTORY QUALITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NON-INFRINGEMENT.

11) Indemnification

You will defend, indemnify and hold Clean Record Club and its affiliates, their employees, contractors, agents, representatives, shareholders, officers, directors, co-branders, content licensors, and/or other partners harmless from any liability, claim, expense, or demand, including attorneys’ fees and costs, made by any third party in connection with or arising out of your use of the Site, your violation of any terms of these Terms, your violation of applicable laws, or your violation of any rights of another person or entity. Clean Record Club reserves the right, at your expense, to assume the exclusive defense and control of any matter otherwise subject to indemnification by you, in which event you will cooperate with Clean Record Club in asserting any available defenses.

12) Limitation Of Liability

a) CLEAN RECORD CLUB IS NOT LIABLE TO YOU FOR CLAIMS OR LIABILITIES OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR ANY OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THE USE OF THE SITE OR SERVICES BY YOU OR BY THIRD PARTIES OR ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO ANY THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE, ANY DATA ACCESSED WHILE USING THE SITE OR SERVICES, YOUR USE OR INABILITY TO USE OR ACCESS THE SITE OR SERVICES, WHETHER SUCH DAMAGE CLAIMS ARE BROUGHT UNDER ANY THEORY OF LAW OR EQUITY EVEN IF YOU HAVE ADVISED INSTANT CHECKMATE IN ADVANCE OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF BUSINESS PROFITS, INJURY TO PERSON OR PROPERTY, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, LOSS OF BUSINESS OR PERSONAL INFORMATION.

b) IF, NOTWITHSTANDING THE LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY SET FORTH ABOVE, CLEAN RECORD CLUB IS FOUND LIABLE UNDER ANY THEORY, CLEAN RECORD CLUB’S LIABILITY UNDER THIS AGREEMENT OR OTHERWISE WITH RESPECT TO THE SITE AND THE SERVICES AND YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY WILL BE LIMITED TO MONEY DAMAGES NOT TO EXCEED $100.

c) SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OF CERTAIN WARRANTIES OR THE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SOME OF THE LIMITATIONS SET FORTH MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. IN SUCH CASE, THE TERMS OF SECTION 17(E) (SEVERABILITY) BELOW WILL APPLY.

13) Arbitration And Class Action Waiver

a) EXCEPT WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW, YOU AND INSTANT CHECKMATE UNDERSTAND AND AGREE THAT ALL CLAIMS, DISPUTES OR CONTROVERSIES BETWEEN YOU AND Clean Record Club, ITS PARENTS, AFFILIATES, SUBSIDIARIES OR RELATED COMPANIES (INCLUDING DISPUTES AGAINST ANY AGENT, EMPLOYEE, SUBSIDIARY, AFFILiATE, PREDECESSOR IN INTEREST, SUCCESSOR, OR ASSIGN OF THE OTHER) RELATING TO THE SITE, THE INFORMATION AND MATERIALS PUBLISHED BY INSTANT CHECKMATE ON OR THROUGH THE SITE, ANY TRANSACTION OR RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN US RESULTING FROM YOUR USE OF THE SITE, COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN US, OR THE PURCHASE, ORDER, OR USE OF OUR MEMBERSHIP PLANS, THE INFORMATION PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH OUR MEMBERSHIP PLANS, AND YOUR USE OF OUR SERVICES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, TORT AND CONTRACT CLAIMS, CLAIMS BASED UPON ANY FEDERAL, STATE OR LOCAL STATUTE, LAW, ORDER, ORDINANCE OR REGULATION, AND THE ISSUE OF ARBITRABILITY, SHALL BE RESOLVED BY THE FINAL AND BINDING ARBITRATION PROCEDURES SET BELOW. THE PARTIES ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE THAT ANY SUCH CLAIMS SHALL BE BROUGHT SOLELY IN THE PARTY’S INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY, AND NOT AS A PLAINTIFF OR CLASS MEMBER IN ANY PURPORTED CLASS, REPRESENTATIVE PROCEEDING, OR PRIVATE ATTORNEY GENERAL CAPACITY. THE PARTIES FURTHER AGREE THAT THE ARBITRATOR MAY NOT CONSOLIDATE MORE THAN ONE PERSON’S CLAIMS, AND MAY NOT OTHERWISE PRESIDE OVER ANY FORM OF A REPRESENTATIVE OR CLASS PROCEEDING. THE PARTIES VOLUNTARILY AND KNOWINGLY WAIVE ANY RIGHT THEY HAVE TO A JURY TRIAL. ANY CONTROVERSY CONCERNING WHETHER A DISPUTE IS ARBITRABLE SHALL BE DETERMINED BY THE ARBITRATOR AND NOT BY THE COURT. JUDGMENT UPON ANY AWARD RENDERED BY THE ARBITRATOR MAY BE ENTERED BY A UTAH STATE OR FEDERAL COURT HAVING JURISDICTION THEREOF. THIS ARBITRATION CONTRACT IS MADE PURSUANT TO A TRANSACTION IN INTERSTATE COMMERCE AND ITS INTERPRETATION, APPLICATION, ENFORCEMENT AND PROCEEDINGS HEREUNDER SHALL BE GOVERNED BY THE FEDERAL ARBITRATION ACT (“FAA”).

i) Any party that intends to make a claim shall first notify the opposing party in writing of such intention and shall describe in such notice, with reasonable particularity, the nature and basis of such claim, and the total amount of the claim. Within thirty (30) days of receipt of such notice, the party receiving notice of a claim shall provide a written response which, with reasonable particularity, sets forth its position concerning the claim. If the parties are unable to resolve the dispute arising from the claim by good faith negotiations to be conducted within the thirty (30)-day period following the written response, either of them may initiate binding arbitration pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth herein.

BY AGREEING TO THIS ARBITRATION AGREEMENT, YOU ARE GIVING UP YOUR RIGHT TO GO TO COURT, INCLUDING YOUR RIGHT TO A JURY TRIAL. In arbitration, a dispute is resolved by a neutral arbitrator or panel of arbitrators, rather than by a judge or jury. Arbitration is more informal than a court trial; however, an arbitrator can award the same relief that a court can award.

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Have you ever been arrested? Do you know someone that has been arrested? Chances are, the answer is yes. 1 out of 4 people in the United States have been arrested.

New websites have made it simple to dig up dirt on people to help you feel more protected. Unfortunately, now all of your records are online and easy for everyone to see.

At the click of a button employers, landlords, schools, anyone can pull up all of your records leaving you just as vulnerable. Thanks to this innovative new website, it’s now easier than ever to learn how to get rid of unwanted criminal records.

People all over America are stuck dealing with mistakes they made years ago. At what point should someone be able to get a second chance at living with freedom?

A recent study showed over 60% of employers said they would not knowingly hire an applicant with a criminal record. Getting student loans and housing is just as tough.

So how do you break free from the judicial cycle and live with the freedom you deserve?

Here’s How It Works.

Clean Record Club has designed a simple step-by-step guide to walk you through the entire process. Signing up through their website takes just seconds and you receive a confirmation email with instant access to all of the information.

When a record is expunged you receive a court order demanding that it be removed from your public record and all other databases.

Pretty amazing right? Think about getting a second chance, turning your back to the legal system once and for all so that you can make positive progress in your life.

After researching I found that there are a lot of people that want to clear their record, but an attorney can charge up to $4000 to do it.

Most of us don’t have that kind of money just sitting around and end up never taking action because we think there are no other options.

So the obvious question is…

“Do You Really Need An Attorney To Get Your Record Expunged?”

The answer Is no!

The process is actually pretty simple and very little work for most cases. Best of all, it can usually be completed in just 1-2 months with just a few simple forms.

That’s why so many people are rushing to get this information and clear their records.

With over 85 million Americans that have a criminal record holding them back, this is something that is long overdue.

For the first time you can use the legal system to work in your favor.

A criminal history can prevent you from getting jobs, securing loans, getting custody of children, voting, owning guns, traveling & more.

Why would you want to continue living in a situation where you have no freedom? Visit Clean Record Club and say goodbye to the legal system once and for all!

I would definitely recommend this tool to anyone who’s been arrested. If you’ve ever been treated differently because of your criminal history, you know how painful it can be. Don’t let it happen again. Protect yourself and expunge your record today!

If you think you’re ready to try it for yourself, click here now.

Note from the Author: I have to warn you before you click on the link above, the information you find may dramatically improve the quality of your life. 


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The 9 Websites That Have Your Personal Information (And How To Remove It)

We’ve all been told it’s important to check your credit history once a year, but have you ever thought about checking into your criminal history. Some people are finding out that even if they’ve never been convicted of a crime, they have a record.

Since 2010, more than 1.5 million people have asked the FBI for a copy of their record. The vast majority, 78 percent, had no arrest information in the FBI Criminal File. But in that same time period, the FBI received 6,888 challenges with more than half of them eventually being changed.

D.C. resident Myron Jones is all too familiar with the problem. He owns up to a few run-ins with police in the past, including a 2010 misdemeanor assault charge, but he says he’s worked hard to turn his life around and be a role model. “I went into school as a goal to be a juvenile probation officer because I came up in the inner city, and a lot of youth look up to me,” Jones recently told the News4 I-Team.

But a recent FBI background check at a halfway house where he worked uncovered a history he can’t move on from. It included crimes he said he never committed, including car theft and armed carjacking, a violent felony that’s possibly been linked to his name for almost 20 years.

He now wonders how many jobs it might have cost him over the years. “I’ve had an employer send me down to take a drug test, ready to hire me. But once I turned in my background check, I heard nothing else from them. It hurts, because this is what I wanted to do, and it’s holding me back”, said Jones.

“I’d say it’s more common than people think,” Federal Employment Attorney Mark Zaid said. He explained correcting those mistakes on your criminal record can be incredibly frustrating, time consuming and costly, especially if you have a lawyer do it. “The governments that maintain these databases need to set up a better system so that when there is problem there is a mechanism by which you can challenge it,” said Zaid.

Myron suspects the mistakes on his record resulted from identity theft after someone stole his driver’s license years ago. Since then he’s been working to clear his name, going from one courthouse to the other in three different jurisdictions. He recently turned to D.C.’s Public Defenders Service for help.

“This can be extremely damaging,” said Keisha Robinson, an attorney with The Public Defender Service. “We serve hundreds of clients every year who come to our doors seeking relief for records that are incorrect, they’re inaccurate or they’ve been arrested and it was thrown out of court and they thought they didn’t have a record.”

Robinson told the I-Team her agency is often able to help clients file motions to get their criminal records corrected or sealed. She said her office typically sees three types of cases involving criminal backgrounds. That includes people who didn’t know someone was using their name when they were arrested.

They often see clients who want to seal old convictions from minor offenses in their past. Robinson also said her office gets clients who don’t realize they still have an arrest record even though the charges were eventually dropped. “Many don’t know that their arrest record remains with them forever,” she said. “In D.C., it is their responsibility to seek to have their records sealed.”

Robinson said it can take about six months to hear back from the court on whether a motion has been granted to seal a criminal record. She suggested if you suspect something is inaccurate with your record you should request a copy of your “arrest history report” with your local police department and your court record.

Myron worried his criminal record would keep him from being able to coach his son’s baseball team, something that required a background check. “I feel like I’m stuck with being an armed carjacker,” he said. “That’s how it feels.” He eventually got cleared to coach.

Until he’s able to clear his name in the FBI Criminal File, he’s carrying around a piece of paper he received from the courts saying it has no record of him being a defendant in a carjacking case.

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Last week, the district attorneys of San Francisco and Los Angeles said that Uber had failed to detect the criminal records of 25 drivers it had hired in the two cities.

The assertion was part of a civil suit that claims Uber has misled consumers by advertising “industry-leading” driver screening practices. Taxi licensing commissions typically use a background-check service called Live Scan, which takes drivers’ fingerprints, whereas Uber uses services provided by the companies Accurate and/or Checkr.

Fingerprints allow a background-check service to access the FBI’s criminal record database. San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón has said that a background check without fingerprints is “completely worthless.”

Checkr says its methods are just as good. “People have this misconception that the FBI’s database is the gold standard,” the company’s head of compliance and government relations, Bon Idziak, tells Fast Company.

Regardless of whether it’s the best possible background check (others have covered this ongoing debate in more detail), what is clear is that Uber is doing a background check. Here is how Uber describes the process:

They run a social security trace to identify addresses associated with the potential driver’s name during the past seven years, and then a criminal background check to search for his or her name and addresses in a series of national, state and local databases for convictions in the last seven years. These include the National Sex Offender Registry, National Criminal Search and several different databases used to flag suspected terrorists. Upon identifying a potential criminal record, the background check provider sends someone to review the record in-person at the relevant courthouse or, if possible, pulls the record digitally.

Airbnb and other sharing economy services, meanwhile, often have no background checks at all, instead relying on social profiles, identity verification, and peer review to foster trust between users.

“We strive to provide our hosts and guests with the right tools to make informed decisions regarding who they interact with on the site and in the real world,” Airbnb writes in its FAQ section, citing user reviews, and an insurance policy that covers damage to hosts.

Similarly, in order to sign up as a dog sitter on DogVacay, a service that has billed itself as “Airbnb for dogs,” you’ll need to confirm your email address but not submit to a background check.

Renting your neighbor’s car does not require a background check, either. Getaround will check your DMV records and verify your identity, and RelayRides will confirm your phone number, verify your identity, and run your information through antifraud detection. “Renter profiles and reviews from other owners let you make informed decisions before confirming a trip,” it says on its website.

Not even babysitting marketplaces require background checks (though they typically allow babysitters to opt in, at an additional cost; Urbansitter and Care.com both use one of the same companies that Uber does).

Even though they are very rare scary anecdotes—like an Airbnb user who says he was sexually assaulted by a host—are bad for business. So why don’t more companies add background checks to their platforms to give users peace of mind?

One prohibiting factor is that background checks are expensive—the processing fees for the fingerprint version in California, for instance, are between $25 and $42 a pop (in many cases, there’s also a $15 to $17 fee for federal records)—and they slow down the onboarding process, which is not what you want to do if you’re building a marketplace.

Because a platform like Airbnb doesn’t necessarily fall under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, it would need to get written consent in order to obtain background checks on its guests and hosts. That’s not a deal breaker (“If I have consent in writing, I can pull any report,” says Rebecca Richardson, a finance and restructuring partner at Faegre Baker Daniels LLP who deals with nonemployment usecases of the FCRA), but it is another step in the process.

It’s possible to make the argument that adding background checks to this mix isn’t necessary. After 50 million guests, there are no more than a handful of anecdotes of assault by Airbnb guests or hosts.

An Airbnb spokesperson provided this statement about its decision not to use background checks:

Rules and regulations around background checks are complex, and vary in different countries. Our community is truly international (on any given night, over 70% of Airbnb guests are from outside the U.S.), but there are few clear global solutions when it comes to background checks. We are always working on new ways to build transparency and trust for all of our guests and hosts worldwide. We provide a variety of tools so that our guests and hosts can research each other before a reservation, including detailed profiles, authentic reviews, and a secure messaging system. Guests and hosts may also provide their photo identification through Verified ID.


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One out of every five illegal immigrants apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border in 2014 had a criminal record — a number that totals 100,000 convicted criminals, according to testimony at a House Oversight Committee hearing Wednesday.

“The numbers are astounding,” said Rep. John Mica, R-Fla. “One hundred thousand criminal aliens entering the United States. Basically it’s out of control.”

Those numbers were put forward in a report prepared for the committee by Brandon Judd, president of the National Border Patrol Council, who testified Wednesday. While the border with Mexico is the most important entry point for illegal immigrants and narcotics into the U.S., the U.S. Border Patrol is approximately 5,000 agents short of Congress-mandated staffing, and there are no agents at all in Phoenix, said Judd.

Judd told the committee that violence at the border has escalated heavily since the early 2000s with the emergence of “well-organized, heavily armed, and pathologically violent” drug cartels, and said the cartels are notoriously violent within Mexico.

“To give you a sense of the violence, the official death toll … is 60,000,” said Judd, referring to the number of people killed in Mexico by drug cartels. “However, the unofficial death toll is over 120,000 killed and another 27,000 missing and presumed dead. In Mexico, the cartels kill without hesitation or fear of prosecution.”

In June, Mexican drug cartels shot at a U.S. Customs and Border Protection helicopter and actually shot down a Mexican helicopter, according to House testimony Wednesday.

Less than 100 miles from where the helicopter incident occurred, off-duty border patrol agent Javier Vega was murdered in August by two criminal illegals while protecting his family on a fishing trip.

“What I find the scariest part about the worsening violence in Mexico is how it’s extending now inside the United States,” said Judd. “We’re not only seeing violence on the border but this is extending now inside the United States and that’s scary.”

“It’s not only on the border now; it’s coming into the United States … it’s going to be a long effort at the border and … it’s out of control,” said Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y. She pointed to bipartisan efforts to pass a bill that would make trafficking guns across the border a felony.


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Taking out Loans with a Criminal Record

Why would you need to take out a loan in the first place? Well, perhaps you have managed to get a job (which may be a challenge in itself with a criminal record) but you need a car to get there.

To be able to purchase that car, you may need a loan. Or let’s say you’re going back to school. If you have a drug offense on your record, you are ineligible for Federal financial aid. Higher education isn’t cheap, so you’ll probably need a loan there too. Maybe you have the opportunity to own your own home. For that, you’ll need a considerable loan.

Problems with Taking out Loans with a Criminal Record

Lending companies base their decisions on whether to give out loans on their assessment of risk. The less likely they believe a particular individual is to pay back a loan, the higher the interest rate, if they agree to give out the loan at all.

Whether fairly or not, most loan agencies view a criminal record as an indicator of lack of reliability, and therefore those with criminal records can usually expect to be denied loans or have to pay much higher premiums and interest to get one.

Solution: Erase Criminal Records with Legal Expungement

Fortunately, there is an answer. You can expunge arrest records in many states if you fulfill certain requirements. These requirements are generally that you have only one offense on your record, have waited a sufficient amount of time before applying and have not committed any other crimes in the interim, and were convicted of a crime that did not involve a minor or a sexual offense. Meeting all of these criteria does not guarantee expungement: the rules vary from state to state and you will still need a judge to decide on your individual case. However, if you meet these requirements, you should consider applying for expungement.

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“The people that followed through with expungement had an increased income of $6190 in just the first year.”

A recent Stanford University study blew the lid off of the little known process of “expungement”. It’s no secret that criminals often have a hard time breaking the crime cycle once they are in the system. But why? The main factor is that most of them have a very difficult time getting a job due to their criminal record.

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Without a job and without money the majority of people fall back into old habits so they can support themselves and their family. Unfortunately this often leads to a never ending cycle of court appearances, fines, and unemployment.

Stanford University looked at 198 people with criminal records that followed through with the expungement process. What they found was pretty amazing.

The people that followed through with expungement had an increased income of $6190 in just the first year. Increased income means increased tax revenue for the government. This results in less money needed for government assistance for these people.

People that once had a criminal record are now able to hold a job, provide for their families, and most importantly reduce their chances of committing more crimes. Expungement gives you the second chance you have been waiting for allowing you to live a life free of the judicial system.

The full study can be found here:

https://publicpolicy.stanford.edu/publications/cost-benefit-analysis-criminal-record-expungement-santa-clara-county

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After you’re arrested, your mug shot may appear on any number of websites — even if you weren’t convicted of any crime. So how do you get your online mug shot removed?

An arrest can follow you for the rest of your life and put a permanent blemish on your record. Even if you were innocent, or have paid your dues, that initial photo taken during the booking process can often still be seen on many sites that post mug shots.

The problem is that posting mug shots, which are considered public records, is legal. So, is it actually possible to get your mug shot taken down? If so, how?

While the following information does not serve as a guaranteed how-to guide, it will hopefully provide some direction with some useful tips on how the removal process can be possibly be achieved.

Check the Site Carefully.

The website where your mug shot is posted will likely have an FAQ or section detailing the removal process.

Most, if not all, of the time, your mug shot can be removed by paying a fee. Granted, it is a murky area of law when it comes to the rights of third parties (i.e., websites) to profit off of the posting (and removal) of mug shots, and some mug shot websites have been sued. Still, paying the site off is one quick, but potentially costly, way to go about it.

Consider Expungement.

Has your criminal record or charge been expunged? It may be helpful to alert the websites of your expungement, if your records have been sealed.

Expungement is the process of legally erasing the arrest from your record. There are a number of steps to go about doing this, and eligibility varies by state, but all successful cases ensure that your record is properly sealed.

While many of these websites will often claim that your photo is posted for the purpose of providing “news,” they will be more likely to remove it if there is no public record of your arrest anymore. Many will have a list of requirements needed to get your photo removed for free, and expungement is usually one of them.

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