Over 12,000 Complaints from Recovered from Wayback Machine

Over 12,000 consumer complaints posted by users of have been recovered from the Wayback Machine. was a consumer complaints website which operated from 2006 to 2016. Today it redirects to a random blog on Blogger that has nothing to do with complaints. We are not sure exactly why shut down. It was […]

Rate My Cop

Nearly 3,000 Names Recovered from Rate My Cop Archive

We have recovered almost 3,000 names of officers reviewed by users of the original police review website Rate My Cop. The names were recovered from the Wayback Machine. In many cases the names came with comments posted by users about their performance, but in most cases all we recovered were names of officers along with […]


Hoebook: Over 100 Pages & Hundreds of Names Recovered

We have recovered over 100 pages containing hundreds of names originally posted on the website Hoebook from the Internet Archive. Hoebook operated from we believe 2011 until 2016. The site was dedicated to putting hoes, cheaters, and others on blast. Although we only recovered just over 100 pages, those pages were mostly lists containing several […]

Rotten Neighbor

Rotten Neighbor: Over 1,700 Posts Recovered from Internet Archive

We have just recovered over 1,700 posts from the long gone Rotten Neighbor website and have finished restoring them in our Rotten Neighbor section. Rotten Neighbor was a gripe site dedicated to complaining about your neighbors. It was launched in 2007, received a lot of publicity, but went offline in 2009 for unknown reasons. You […]


Cheaterville: Over 2,000 Pages Recovered from Internet Archive

We successfully recovered over 2,000 pages from the website Cheaterville using the Internet Archive this week. Most of the pages are profiles of alleged cheaters reported by Cheaterville users years ago. The rest are lists of cheaters from pages displaying the latest cheaters, popular cheaters, polls, and awards like “Cheater of the Day.” You can […]


Blipdar Revival: Over 2,500 Posts Restored from Internet Archive has finished reviving posts from the long dead Blipdar website. Blipdar also known as College ACB (Anonymous Confession Board) was an academic gossip website founded under the name JHU Confessions in 2008 that operated until 2011 (see College ACB on Wikipedia). The site had a list of over 500 colleges that users were allowed […]

Wayback Machine

Announcing OMG Its Back! Where Dead Sites Come to Life

Today we are proud to announce that we will be bringing the dead back to life. Dead websites that is. We are currently downloading the first of what will be a series of old websites that we will be brining back in the near future. More coming soon.