Beneficiary of Fake DMCA:   

  • aReputation dba Appin Technology Lab

Contact Info:   

Possible Infringements:   

Scam, Fraud, Perjury, Impersonation, Identity-theft, Misrepresentation

Submitted by:   

  • avon advertising, The Register, Grievance Redressal

Date of Submission:   

  • July 2, 2014 ,   July 14, 2014  ,  September 21, 2014


We have knowledge that a group of shady lawyers in USA and UK are working in tandem with cyber criminals disguising themselves as Online Reputation Firm in offshore locations such as India, Philippines, and Russia to provide ‘services’ to their esteemed clientele. We already have the names and circumstantial evidence that can prove our claim, but in theory only.

Several investigative journalists tell us that they require documentary evidence, a money trail, IP address and correspondence to be able to nail some of the big guns.

aReputation is critical to our investigation. It is one of the 3 Reputation Firms we’re investigating, and the one most involved in many of our investigations. The company is owned by Anuj Khare and Rajat Khare, and registered in United Kingdon (71-75 Shelton Street Covent Garden London WC2H 9JQ) and in India (E-146, Ashok Vihar, Phase-I,, Delhi, 110052, Delhi, India).

Let us examine and closely –


WHOIS record for lists Oscar Pistorius as the Registrant. We’re not kidding !!

We don’t even need to examine the address to know that it’s fake.


jvI5Hjk[1]WHOIS record for leads us to [email protected] and an incomplete address in Delhi (India). The aforesaid email is part of our investigation in several other cases recently.

Several online reviews (presumably by ex-employees) reveals startling facts –

Review 1 on Ripoffreport

“they use their proprietary methods to remove links from other website but reality is so simple they hack website then they remove contents/links from other website, which is completely illegal. For rest they use their so-called burial way which is SEO. they claim they have HQ in London but i personally checked in my visit ther they don’t have any single office of footprints there. they are just fooling international customers by taking the names of big companies as their clients like- Sahara group, Reliance, Adani Group, TATA & so on.”

Let’s analyze the last DMCA report mentioned – . This DMCA was filed by jenethan andersan, stating that stole their content. To sound convincing, they used social media as a tool and we came across this – .

These are some of the tweets they sent –


This is the same ‘Jenethan Andersan’ who filed several other fake copyright claims –


Webactivism now has full control over that Twitter account, as well as the domain/website and email accounts for We are in possession of several key details and identities of the people behind this. 

We also have control over and and are studying the IP Logs.

So how is connected to aReputation ?

Here are the names and identities of some of the employees and ex-employees of directly linked with dozens of fake DMCA notices

There are several other names we know but are not mentioning since active investigations are going on. We will soon update this article in a week once we collect and examine all the evidence we receive from hosting companies, blog hosts, previous domain name owners and other parties involved.

For now, we are contacting the victims of this scam and asking them to restore the links, and well as publish their thoughts about this scam.


A reputation firm having negative reviews posted against themselves could be a deal-breaker if they are not seen to be in control. Good reputation firms use legitimate methods, but not aReputation. They are as crooked as they come, and they publish this with great pride on their website –

areputation scam

aReputation has been accused of several unethical practices and news of this in public would hurt their online business which is already hurting due to lack of appropriate technology and expertise. A look at some of the other complaints we could find reveals that aReputation is neck-deep in cyber crimes and fraud in order to keep afloat.

EDITOR’S COMMENT : For those who might ask – ‘why and how do we interject that ‘aReputation’ has something to do with this fake DMCA. Couldn’t it be a coincidence ?’, we will say this – When someone goes and creates a whole new fake news site, falsifies his/her identity and submits fake DMCA to try and de-list some very targeted content on Google, it signals intent and a plan. It is obvious that ‘aReputation’ or someone they hired was directly involved in this crime. aReputation also cannot plead ignorance in this matter, since this notice on Google search is hard to miss, really.

We are awaiting more information from aReputation. We’re giving them an opportunity to explain what has happened, and to provide us answers to questions we’ve put forward. We’ll update this page once we have more information. If you have any information to add to this investigation, get in touch with us at [email protected]

Shrikant Mathur


2 Responses to “aReputation – Online Reputation firm committing Fraud, Perjury and Hacking for high-profile clients – Kingpin of Fraudulent DMCA”

  • nilam • Reply

    it’s fact, So must aware from it. And good to reveal this information for welfare of the people.

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