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Did my site get slapped ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Desert90, Oct 18, 2014.

  1. Desert90

    Desert90 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I ordered a blog commenting service here on bhw, after delievery one kw went from 21 to 45.
    Now when i checked serpbook i am on 163 and for another kw on 111 ! What happened?
    Was it because the blog comments ? He is not responding anymore, so i will open a dispute soon.
    What can i tell paypal to win the dispute 100% ?
    Btw i won't reccommend any blog commenting service here on bhw, "low obl" is a big lie !
    He used sites with over 1000 comments on it, but i knew that there are also low obl pages for this blogs but he didnt use.
     
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  3. uncommonbg

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    I think It was the Penguin update that slapped you. :D
     
  4. Desert90

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    F^ck you G ! Now i lost so much money which i spent on bhw services -.-
     
  5. SkyrocketSEO

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    If you went from 21 to 45 that's not a slap, trust me.
    Also, comments, in my opinion, cannot get you into a lot of trouble if you used only comments (which are mostly no-follow).

    P.S. What dispute mate, why would you dispute a service that probably costs $50-ish or less?
     
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  6. elementaldrone

    elementaldrone Newbie

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    You order services at your own risk. If you get what you pay for, there is no point in opening up a dispute. It is indeed not ethical.