Are you receiving Google notices regarding possible spammy links from our site? If so, please read this first before requesting a link removal for your domain.
You do not have to remove a link if it has a "nofollow" tag attibute. We place nofollow tags on all of our external links within the reports pages. A nofollow attribute tells Google to ignore those links. Nofollow links are not a part of Google's search algorithm.
So if your link appears on our site like this, http://www.addme.com/reports/example.com, you do not have to worry about removing these. They are all nofollowed. You can verify this by checking the source code for each link. It will have a tag like this: "rel=nofollow"
You can read more about "nofollow" tags straight from Google:
Furthermore, John Mueller from Google confirms that disavowing nofollow links is not necessary:
"You don't need to include any nofollow links…because essentially what happens with links that you submit as a disavow, when we recrawl them we treat them similarly to other nofollowed links. Including a nofollow link there wouldn't be necessary."
If you still want to request a link removal, you may do so, but we have to warn you that there is a $250 charge for labor as we have to go in manually and remove them.