TrustPilot — reviews reputation management
TrustPilot sales agents have on several occassions since 2009 tried to sell me their paid reviews and reputation management. I listen I ask questions and I realised I wanted such a service but knew it was flawed.
Since Mid 2016 after fake negative reviews were found about my company on various platforms I realised I was under attack. I managed to identify the competitor behind it and decided to research their reviews.
After flagging numerous suspicious reviews suddenly 35 TrustPilot reviewer accounts were suddenly closed and their positive reviews removal saw my competitors Trustscore drop from a very acceptible 9.2
to around 8.1
But trustpilot compliance see nothing suspicious ?
Was it TrustPilot themselves posting fake reviews or the competitor ?
Turns out it was both
Search Fields Data Recovery Scam
My name and my companies were attacked by Fields Associates Ltd posting fake forum comments and reviews in my name and my companies name, their operation manager was then paid to lie in an afgidavit to secure my name being attached to a High Court Injunction- During the delivery of the HCI by Fields caredfully selected process serving partners I was served the document but in the transaction had an "accident" that in the words of the Police Interviewed only witness to my injuries I should not have survived.
It damaged my neck, my spine, my life and my business.
I recovered, rebuilt and restored the life I had to then come under attack again. But this time I am countering them.
TrustPilot should identify all websites linked to the same company and should not allow loopholes that get real negative reviews removed and allows fake positive reviews to be used to enhance Trustscores Google Star Rating and all to lower google adwords cost per click.