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'Remove reference to my client Dmitri Sepa,' asks Estonian attorney

December 05, 2018 by Tatjana Dobolina
Dear Sir/Madam

We are law office representing our client Dmitri Sepa.

Dmitri Sepa name reveals in Google Search subject to an article on your home page: https://www.offshorealert.com/pavel-gustsin-estonia-delaware.aspx

Unfortunately this information considering our client is fals and we kindly ask you delete from this article Dmitri Sepa name.

We ask you on the name of our client to take actions due to the fact: 1) article has fals information considering Dmitri Sepa, 2) even if it is correct, it is irrelevant and old information 4) Dmitri Sepa is not a public person and there is nothing that states in favor of saving this information in internet.

As an alternative we agree if you delete Dmitri Sepa name or replace it with initials (DS) also please make impossible to reveal in search Dmitri Sepa name linked to this article in Google Search.

Kind regards


Tatjana Dobolina

Advokaat | RISTAL KEBA PARTNERID Advokaadibüroo

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