Get off the registry legal paperwork.

The primary reason for putting this on our front page is to notify people that these very well may be scams. The second part is because the particular organization mentioned in the article is using part of SOSEN’s name and we want to be sure that people understand we are not affiliated in any way with that website.

I recently received an e-mail about something that is affecting the not only registered citizens in Michigan but across the country. Interestingly, that very day I received a notification from Mary Sue from Texas Voices about a similar situation where people are receiving mail offering the same services in Texas. We cannot say for sure if these are scams or from ambulance chasing attorneys, this is because some of them are supposedly coming from attorneys. One of our members looked into the letter that they got that wanted payment for the legal paperwork and found the same paperwork online for free, so go figure.

From our perspective here at SOSEN caution should be used in dealing with these types of organizations, first and foremost. Do your research and find out if you can get the paperwork online for free, if they are attorneys make sure that they are reputable attorneys.

Another thing that you can do if it is a website you can find out who owns the website by going to and typing in the website name for example, this will tell you when the website was created and who owns it. You can then do a Google search on the person’s name who owns the website to find out if they are reputable or not.

I will share with you part of the e-mail that I received from a person in Michigan involved in the Doe v Snyder litigation and I think that brings the point home.

Are you affiliated in any way with SEXOFFENDERSOLUTIONS.COM. If so,Shame on you!! Nobody must or should feel compelled to pay $21.95 for “legal documents” to get their names removed from the Michigan SORA registry!

When the appeal process concerning the 08/25/2016 Sixth Circuit US Court of Appeals decision is ended, the Michigan State Police will advise all sex offenders who were convicted prior to the 2006 and 2011 amendments to Michigan’s SORA act that they do not have to register anymore nor observe 1000-foot restrictions for work and residence. Nobody has to pay ONE PENNY to anyone to ensure their rights are protected.

This advertisement is nothing but a A SCAM to defraud people of their money over phony legal documents that have no weight or value in any court of law…in either Michigan’s state courts or in any Michigan Federal court! I am directly involved in the Doe v Snyder litigation, so nobody can put ANYTHING over on me!

5 comments for “Get off the registry legal paperwork.

  1. kayt
    November 1, 2016 at 5:30 pm

    Concerning the scams and the sources, I do understand that these scams are being distributed nationwide and I hope that this information goes viral! I will do my part and send the information to organizations that I am a member of.

    What I’m not sure of is how will the 08/25/2016 Sixth Circuit US Court of Appeals decision affect states outside of Michigan? I’m sure that I’ve missed something, but please clarify.

  2. November 10, 2016 at 8:17 am

    I want to be off of the sex offender list I caught my case in 1994 an I tried of going to registry

  3. November 11, 2016 at 10:03 pm

    Due to the domain name “” and my project “”, i feel the need to comment here about it. SOSEN is Sex Offender Solutions & Education Network. The domain in question certainly strikes a resemblance there doesn’t it? I don’t know if that was on purpose or not, but it bugs me. The WHOIS record for that domain references a name and address matching that of a registered sex offender, which if true, offers a scary look at how low some people go for profit. One option we have is to report the business venture to his registrar and take it from there. According to public records, the guy was not out very long before starting this website to profit off information that is already free.

    My project,, handed over from someone else, was origionally reserved to keep the vigilante types from Hijacking the name “Sex Offender Issues” blog, who from what I understand didn’t want the domain but rather chose to keep using the domain. Today we also reserved for a couple of reasons. One, to create a URL shortener service so that all articles we link to are passed through it so if there is a problem with sources later, we can insert the appropriate message or action, such as displaying a warning if we come to find the website we sourced was in fact a scam. But also we registered the domain today to ensure that someone else can’t come along and try to hijack the shortened version of our project name, Sex Offender Issues. (Again, i want to clarify that we’re not associated at this time with which is a valuable source of information)

  4. Scott
    November 28, 2016 at 5:02 pm

    Thank you I sent 40.00 to this group and was about to hire an attorney to file a brief to get. Me off the registry thank you for saving me 1500.00 I wish I could be a part of these civil rights movements Scott michigan

  5. Matthew McCarthy
    December 8, 2016 at 9:59 pm

    I got one of these letters and sent $9.95 and got only the Supreme court ruling. Then they wanted another $100 for actual legal paperwork! Do not waste your money with them.

    I am wondering if I can get information on how to get it fixed. I was sentenced in 1997, in MI, and was supposed to be done after 25 years. I know I have a few left but just want it back. It has caused me a lot of problems. I have been denied jobs and housing. I have recently bought a house after many years of struggling. I will have a lot less stress now. It sucks because I had back surgery back in May. I have been out of work for 3 years now. I applied for disability, but still waiting on my appeal. I am tired of feeling like a burden to my family. And my step-dad is under the impression once a sex offender, always a sex offender. He has never really taken the time to get to know me. And the worst part is I found out he told his grand son that I ouch my children. Which really pissed me off. It is one thing to want to be cautious it is another the make up stories. And something like that all it takes is the wrong person to just hear it and I would not be able to see my children ever again. I have never touched my children sexually. I learned from what I did. And am very sorry for it. I not only ruined my life but have ruined hers. I never wanted to put anyone else through the same thing.

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