Originally posted on September 22, 2022 @ 3:32 pm
No. They Post fake negative reviews for any individual business website, demand money to remove negative reviews, and after getting the money from the website they delete those negative reviews. This is how their business model works.
What is Sitejabber?
Sitejabber was started in 2008 in San Mateo, California. They call themselves “Yelp for websites and online businesses,” and most of their customers are in North America. They are a review site for customers, which means they help businesses build trust with their customers. Their service helps you by asking your customers to review you and making sure that the review is from a real customer.
As part of the tools Sitejabber offers, they stand out by letting you collect as many reviews as you want. Most review platforms limit this based on how much they cost. The service also says that you, as a business, own the reviews that are written on their platform. Like other services of this kind, they are very against fake and fraudulent reviews.
- Customer support is friendly and helpful.
- Sitejabber allows you to search for websites if they are in their system. You can view what other consumers have to say about the site you are looking into.
- You can use Sitejabber to gather reviews for small businesses.
- The setup is somewhat difficult.
- Scammers may spam the reviews of their website to give themselves more legitimacy and hide the legitimate reviews.
- Sitejabber exposes a lot of scam sites on the internet with a lot of ease.
Most users think that the results that these review sites show are real, but platforms like Sitejabber take advantage of this and try to hurt other businesses by posting fake reviews on their site. They then charge business owners a lot of money to get rid of these fake reviews.
I know about Sitejabber’s cheap business modal because they try to hurt the businesses of two of my clients by posting fake bad reviews. So, never trust Sitejabber.