Trustexaminer plans and pricing for companies

81% of customers read online reviews before making a purchase decision*. Your online reputation can make or break your business. All our features are intended to help your business win new customers by growing your brand through customer reviews. It’s time to start playing an active role in developing and maintaining your online reputation. Check out all our currently available plans below.

Monthly

$29/month

Trustexaminer SEO-optimized company profile page
Add your own company description
New review notification
Trust seals
Request review verification
12 - 24 hours request resolution
Dedicated account manager

Yearly

$99/year

Trustexaminer SEO-optimized company profile page
Add your own company description
New review notification
Trust seals
Request review verification
12 - 24 hours request resolution
Dedicated account manager

Six Months

$69/six mo

Trustexaminer SEO-optimized company profile page
Add your own company description
New review notification
Trust seals
Request review verification
12 - 24 hours request resolution
Dedicated account manager

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Frequently Asked Questions

Trustexaminer.com is a leading destination consumer review website. Our goal is to help people make informed decisions about the online businesses and websites they use in order to avoid any potential scams.

Our main goal is to help you avoid scams and bad experiences by researching online businesses before using them. You can do that by entering a website address or a specific keyword into the search bar at the top of this page. You can also share your own experiences and help other people just like you.

We use cutting edge technology to protect all our customers. Our network is guarded by an enterprise-level firewall and SSL encryption. We also keep our infrastructure up to date with the latest security patches.

Fake reviews can overinflate and damage brands, as well as trick consumers. Stopping false reviews is critical in protecting the integrity of the reviews posted on Trustexaminer. Writing or paying for fake reviews is unethical and completely against Trustexaminer’s Terms of Service. To prevent this, we have developed software algorithms to detect and remove fake reviews. Our software is backed by a trained team of compliance agents that further investigates all reports or unusual patterns. Each month, they handle thousands of requests and reports to make sure no one is gaming the system. Our goal is that everyone is treated equally and fairly.

While no system is perfect, we also count on our community to actively report reviews they believe are fake. If a company is writing or paying for fake reviews on our site, they may lose access to their Trustexaminer account, which means they will no longer be able reply to reviews or manage their business on our site.

No, that will never happen. If your business has received an unfavorable review, we recommend you first respond in a thoughtful and polite manner. Briefly explain your side of the story, even if you believe the reviewer’s version of events is incorrect. This way, you win respect and loyalty. It can even help your business in boosting its sales. Impolite, threatening, harassing, racially offensive or unlawful replies are completely prohibited, without exceptions.

If you received a review that you consider to be false information, misleading or defamatory to your business or organization, we recommend you report it to us. A Trustexaminer compliance agent will conduct an internal investigation and will ask the reviewer to provide further documentation which shows that he/she has had a service experience with your company. If it is proven the review was false, it will be removed. On the other hand, if the review is proven to be true and had occurred within the last 24 months, it will not be removed.

At the moment, we only accept PayPal. If you don't have a PayPal account, you can still pay with your credit card through PayPal. They accept prepaid debit and prepaid credit cards.

Your company's reviews and profile are here to stay, so nothing will happen to them.

Trustexaminer and similar websites are protected under Federal Law by Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. There are dozens of documented cases related to this statute, including Zeran v. AOL, 120 F. 3 327, 330 (4th Cir. 1997).

If you are considering taking legal action against a reviewer, be sure to weigh all your options first. Defamation suits can have many negative effects, even if you do win, including high costs and a bad reputation. You may also encounter the Anti-SLAPP statute, which would require you to pay your opponent’s attorney’s fees. While legal action is sometimes necessary, these instances are rare. In most cases, you will be unlikely to find what you are looking for by suing a customer for giving you a poor review.

Simply contact us and one of our consultants will get back to you.