Unfortunately I fell into a link exchange program awhile back, before realizing how bad it is. Now I can't get rid of the bad back links. I sent messages to the site owners but get no reply. Some are even foreign sites that probably can't comprehend my messages.
Any advice on how to force removal?
Yes, you can use the 'Disavow' tool in Google Webmaster Tools. This allows you to remove links that may be harming your site in the search engine.
You can find information on the disavow tool here: http://support.google.com/webmasters/bi … er=2648487
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