Exceeds 100,000 Review Clients

Achievement of major milestone reflects the value of customer reviews in establishing online reputation

New York - January 21, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —, one of the Internet’s leading consumer review management sites, announced today that it is now serving more than 100,000 review clients. The achievement of this remarkable milestone reflects the importance of online reputation and the value of customer reviews to businesses, as well as the site’s innate quality and trustworthiness.

“Positive reviews can help you grow your business,” said a spokesperson for Trustexaminer. “The opposite is also true. Negative reviews can have a really destructive impact on your brand. Above all, consumers need to trust that the reviews they’re seeing are honest and real. That’s what we do. We give your potential customers a chance to see what their peers are saying about you. It’s working, evidently, because we’re now trusted by over 100,000 businesses for reviews worldwide.”

The company points out that 81% of customers read online reviews before deciding to make a purchase. Online reputation can be a “make or break” proposition for a company as a result. Trustexaminer serves this need by collecting new and authentic reviews online. The latest range of service plans includes multiple features that can help companies stand out from the crowd. The company will be actively adding more features in the future.

Trustexaminer is also piloting a new fake review detection function, driven by Artificial Intelligence (AI). “Unfortunately, there can be dishonest, malicious dealings out there,” the spokesperson added. “We’ve seen it all—from competitors trying to plant toxic reviews to automated software that churns out massive volumes of fake reviews. Now, we can stop these assaults before they affect company’s brands.”

About is an online service that enables customers to develop and maintain strong online reputations. They do this by facilitating the writing of consumer reviews.

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