“I wrote a review on TrustPilot for an online job search site that has some issues. The site I reviewed complained and they removed my review.
Don't use TrustPilot. They only care about the businesses that pay them and will remove anything that is negative even if it's true.”
“I never leave reviews, but my experience was so egregious that I had to say something.
We were approached by an aggressive salesperson who had no idea what they were talking about, and when prompted about any type of deliverables, defaulted to the fact that their support and customer success team was responsible for it, and that they just wanted to get us the best package possible.
Upon negotiating and paying them, we realized they set us up with the wrong domain. Thus began a month-long process of back and forth with their support team that is still not solved, and it was their fault. The disparate nature of their sales, support, and service staff has been one of the worst experiences I've ever had with a service provider.
If I could steer you away from Trust Pilot, I would. If you want validation look no further than their own reviews on their site, which are loaded with 5-star reviews from users with only one review for, surprise surprise, Trust Pilot.”
“Reviews on Trustpilot should not be relied upon. They remove negative reviews and only keep the positive ones which are most likely fake as there is very little detail to the review and each of these reviews resembles the other. Trustpilot is paid by the companies that are being reviewed so guess where their alligence is!”
“You appear to support your clients more than the FACTS that reviewers write about your clients. The Garage Door company Southampton has been reviewed by me twice. Simply as I was unable to add to the review as the company had responded, TrustPilot are wanting to remove my review at the request of the company - I have explained this to trust pilot several times in several different formats. Perhaps you should focus on the FAKE REVIEWS
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• Avoid one-review accounts. Click on a user's profile on review websites to get an indication of which other reviews the user has written.
• Beware reviews in poor English. Genuine customers may take little care with spelling and grammar, but some reviews sound as if they were translated from a foreign language. Give more credence to reviews written in well constructed and grammatically precise English.
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• Consider whether the reviewer's purchase has been confirmed. Amazon and Trustpilot have ways to confirm whether a customer who left a review for a product has indeed purchased it, but this system can be abused.
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“I provided feedback regarding a Service provider who subscribe to Trustpilot.
I provided two sets of feedback as I could not add to the first review as the business had replied to it.
Despite writing on the second review that it was a continuation and that I was unable to add to the previous review, I constantly receive messages from Trustpilot that they are removing my review, I have written on a number of occasions to them and they appear to be very much on the side of the company - The Garage Door company southampton.”
“Extremely disappointing !! After 4 years of being a customer Trustpilot increased our charges via an email 24hrs before our 30 day notification period tying us in for another 12 months without making that clear. I will never trust this company again and neither should you, be warned”
“They are paid by fraudulent companies, such as Buzzoid to remove any negative reviews they do not like, even if they are genuine. Trustpilot is such an ironic name you can’t even trust them to leave your review as is because of sensitive scamming companies.”
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“Trustpilot es un fraude, elimina los comentarios negativos de empresas estafadoras, ya que por dicha malas practica se les paga por ello, son unos estafadores, no son nada transparentes como ellos dicen, todo los comentarios positivos de empresas son la mayoria comentarios comprados...”
“My customers have already given me about 30 positive feedback. And you know what? These bastars simply take and remove positive feedback, but leave only bad. I wrote in support - do not help anything. We send an automatic template answer. Do not believe this site! This site is operated by fraudsters!!!!!”
“Trust Pilot awful platform for reviews, they seem to take the side of the companies, companies who don't like to receive poor reviews, so that they can gain a 5 star rating to scam further consumers.
I was dealing with a rogue insurance company I placed a truthful account of this business, they didn't like so went to TP to condemn the post and request it be taken down. TP asked if I could prove I was in contact, I sent letters and emails to which TP said the info I submitted was after the post was written and was therefore inadmissible? TP absolute parasites”
“I have spent time writing a genuine review for a service received, but Trustpilot removed it just because the company in question didn't like it!
I cannot trust Trustpilot, if genuine reviews are not allowed and are removed for no reason other than being truthful.”
“Scam company. Removing genuine reviews. I think it’s only a question of time before someone exposes Trustpilot. Not only is it wrong to promote scam companies but I strongly believe there is legal actions to be made against this company.”
“Same here saying their integrity software singled out my BAD review???? Yeah whatever i gave order number and details for AO.com they even replied back to me through trust pilot
Trust pilot is a scam need to be exposed with their dodgy practices”
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