A recurring issue faced by many individuals and companies wanting a Wikipedia page is having flags for undisclosed payments (like the one above) and close connection appear on their page after it has been published. Many a times, this is a result of hiring amateur Wikipedia writers to save a few bucks at the risk of your Wikipedia page being flagged and potentially deleted.
This is a sticky situation and the bad news is that there is no quick fix.
How does it happen?
Paid Wikipedia Writers and Editors will sometimes use disposable accounts to publish a page. While creating this account, amateur writers will often use the same IP address as their previous Wikipedia account and when they are a subject of sock puppeteering investigation, all accounts created with the same IP address are found out and pages either flagged or deleted.
So what are your options?
Your first and best option is to wait it out. Don’t get another Wikipedia Writer to fix the issue immediately because the administrator who flagged your page will probably be monitoring it. Any edits made at this point will be reversed and there is further risk of your Wikipedia page being deleted.
You should wait at least a couple of months. Thereafter contact Wikipedia Writers to help you edit your Wikipedia page appropriately so as to be able to remove the paid edits tag.