lucy24 - 10:46 pm on Apr 30, 2013 (gmt 0)
A search engine worth its salt would automatically discount any link from a directory that charged for removal. Yes, it takes a little extra work to remove a listing, just as it took a little extra work to add one. When you move out of your apartment, the landlord has to do additional work. Does that mean they can charge extra if you ever want to leave?
For comparison purposes: Long ago I lived in an area where cable TV companies charged a fee to cancel service. No, not to break a fixed-duration contract, or to stop before some minimum period of time. To cancel, ever. Obvious result: People who couldn't come up with $50 all at once were stuck paying $20 every month. The cable companies predictably kicked and screamed when the legislature stepped in.