How to avoid Trustpilot reviews being removed?

cryptovkng

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Thanks a lot for your insight neonmint. There is obviously much I need to learn about proxies.

So to address the original topic of this thread (I'm sure other people are looking for the same answers):
- use altered WebRTC in the browser
- find a better proxy provider which doesn't leak headers like Luminati obviously does

Anything else that is important to consider regarding TP?

Thanks a lot for all the answers so far!
 

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Did you put in the effort to create a realistic cookie history for each profile?

Also how long were your reviews up before they all got randomly deleted?
 

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Did you put in the effort to create a realistic cookie history for each profile?

I did nothing with cookies. Any tips on how to create a realistic cookie history I can import into the browser? I see that I can import cookies as JSON file quite easily using Cookie Editor plugin for Chrome (Clonbrowser is Chromium based so works fine).

Also how long were your reviews up before they all got randomly deleted?

I posted one review every ~2 days and I managed to post 6-7 reviews before they all got removed on the same day. So the first review was active for about 14 days. I posted another one a few days ago which got removed within 24 hours using the same method and config (maybe the account is checked more carefully now).
 

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I did nothing with cookies. Any tips on how to create a realistic cookie history I can import into the browser? I see that I can import cookies as JSON file quite easily using Cookie Editor plugin for Chrome (Clonbrowser is Chromium based so works fine).



I posted one review every ~2 days and I managed to post 6-7 reviews before they all got removed on the same day. So the first review was active for about 14 days. I posted another one a few days ago which got removed within 24 hours using the same method and config (maybe the account is checked more carefully now).

Well if you using multilogin they have a cookierobot you can use to fake a cookie history.

I'm a rookie at this as well, but I would think that if you've done nothing with cookies at all, that would be one of the likely reasons your reviews got detected.
 

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I read up on cookies now, and from what I understand, websites can ONLY read cookies originating from their own websites or trackers. For example, Facebook can only see that you have visited pages that have included the FB like/share button or a FB pixel.

If this is how cookies work, then I don't understand how Trustpilot can see/check any cookies at all? There is no "Trustpilot pixel" as far as I know. The only cookies they would see then are from visits to their own domain. And if that's the case, it's probably best to just delete all cookies before writing the review.

Do I get this right? :)
 

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Too many reviews in short span of time can trigger all reviews removed in that day from same physical machine.

I already explained that I waited 2-3 days between each review, and that I used multiagent browser to create individual user profiles with different residential proxy IPs for each user.
 

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You can use RDP or different computer. Or you can contact them and paid then your all review stable. And they removed from their website whose people give you bad review.
 

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I am following, if you come across something that works, please share.
 

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You can use RDP or different computer.
I you by RDP mean "Remote Desktop Protocol" I don't see what that can do.

Or you can contact them and paid then your all review stable. And they removed from their website whose people give you bad review.
Didn't understand this.

I am following, if you come across something that works, please share.
Will do, and same to you and everyone else :) What is still not clear to me is how to deal with cookies correctly. And the proxy quality seems also to be a potential pitfall.
 

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I you by RDP mean "Remote Desktop Protocol" I don't see what that can do.


Didn't understand this.


Will do, and same to you and everyone else :) What is still not clear to me is how to deal with cookies correctly. And the proxy quality seems also to be a potential pitfall.
I had put in some reviews successfully in the past using IPVanish, they stayed....no issues...same machine...the only thing I did was if the majority of our traffic was let's say from Africa, I created the gmail for someone in Africa, used IPvanish server is Africa and then placed the review...they are still there. I created them in like 10 days span of time....
 

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I had put in some reviews successfully in the past using IPVanish, they stayed....no issues...same machine...the only thing I did was if the majority of our traffic was let's say from Africa, I created the gmail for someone in Africa, used IPvanish server is Africa and then placed the review...they are still there. I created them in like 10 days span of time....
Thanks for great idea :). But I wonder If you can ask Trustpilot to put 5 stars reviews for you or remove bad reviews ?
 

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Thanks for great idea :). But I wonder If you can ask Trustpilot to put 5 stars reviews for you or remove bad reviews ?
I used to have their service, they are greedy like everyone else.
Bottom Line, they are more on your side to remove a bad review if you are using their paid service vs. if you are trying their FREE service.
 

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Thanks a lot for your insight neonmint. There is obviously much I need to learn about proxies.

So to address the original topic of this thread (I'm sure other people are looking for the same answers):
- use altered WebRTC in the browser
- find a better proxy provider which doesn't leak headers like Luminati obviously does

Anything else that is important to consider regarding TP?

Thanks a lot for all the answers so far!
Thanks alot for this thread! I was looking for the same, so did you find a stable solution? or any realiable proxy? or any other method? please let me know, I'm just a noob, I'd be really thankful.
 

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I posted a few that stuck, I tried a lot of things. Now, I'm not sure which one worked. First of all, trustpilot is using a tracker. How does it work? Is there any browser that would provide the multiple cookie reference ,multi user agents , and basically all we need.
 

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A few persons on the forum knows how to go around this shit, but they won't let it out. Who is in with me? Let's try a hundred things together then see what works.
 

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A few persons on the forum knows how to go around this shit, but they won't let it out. Who is in with me? Let's try a hundred things together then see what works.
Man I just gave up after asking around, as the tools and methods involved will cost you more than the resellers here, If you're working on a single website.
 

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Man I just gave up after asking around, as the tools and methods involved will cost you more than the resellers here, If you're working on a single website.
What did you find out? Pls share. Whats the cost?
 
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