Fake TripAdvisor reviews from Senior and Top Contributors


Now you can get fake TripAdvisor Reviews from well established and trusted Senior and Top Contributors

You requested and Real TripAdvisor Reviews  have listened. As of today Friday October 19th 2012 they are giving you a choice of Opinion Review Options. They have successfully posted more than 3100 opinion reviews on TripAdvisor within just 10 months. They are happy to say that 92% of all their reviews have been posted. It is for this reason that they are so confident that they can boost your listing on TripAdvisor that theyoffer a 100% guarantee, this means that as a client you NEVER donate anything upfront, they will do all the hard work, and you only donate AFTER the review has been posted on TripAdvisor.

Just over a year ago TripAdvisor introduced “Badges” to reviewers, in short this just means the more pathetic and sad you are the better the badge gets. see chart below.

Pathetic TripAdvisor Badges

During the past few months Real TripAdvisor Reviews have been flooded with requests for their opinion reviews, it goes without saying that everyone want’s reviews from the saddest of all, the “Top Contributor”. However, this is not how they had set about things.

When we started, we just added the client to the list, and our 15 reviewers would just go down the list and post a review, if they were “On Going” clients they were added back to the list. This meant that no one knew what badge the reviewer had. As mentioned we too are moving forward with our hundreds of reviewers accounts. We can now offer opinion reviews from EVERY badge TripAdvisor offers, and YES they all come with our 100% NO donation upfront guarantee, you only donate AFTER the review has been posted on TripAdvisor, and don’t forget, 100% of ALL proceeds goes to charities that help abused animals It goes without saying that that an opinion review from a Top Contributor will cost more than that of a Reviewer ( see above chart )

Real TripAdvisor Reviews  NEW price structure is as follows :  

  • Reviewer: 1-5 reviews : price $20 per review
  • Senior Reviewer: 6-10 reviews : price $25 per review
  • Contributor : 11 – 20 reviews : price $30 per review
  • Senior Contributor : 21-49 reviews : price $40 per review
  • Top Contributor : 50+ reviews : price $45 per review

Senior Contributor and Top Contributor reviews are not available in all countries please contact us for more info.

For more details on how to boost your listing using reviews from TRUSTED Senior and Top Contributors  Real TripAdvisor Reviews

Remember, establishment owners can now get FREE reviews from the worlds largest network of TripAdvisor Opinion Reviewers – Owners helping Owners. For more info visit www.tripadvisor-reviewers.com




TripAdvisor Warning

TripAdvisor Warning

We are a small group of 9 people that are tired of the way TripAdvisor chooses to conduct their business, mainly because of the total lack of consideration towards “owners” in the hospitality world. We are based in the USA, Europe and New Zealand.
TripAdvisor Warning
Share Button


  1. I am a top contributor and left a real review on TripAdvisor for a Vendor (Sedona Sacred Earth Private Tours) who had my review removed. My review was not marked negative but “average.” We had gone on 4 tours. Two were fine, the others had lots of problems. I just listed the problems. People (other reviewers) messaged me and some e-mailed me that he would badger me to take my review down, He did. I did not, so he had TripAdvisor take it down. If I had this information, I would chosen another vendor and saved my family a lot of unhappiness. So, some vendors have a lot of pull. This is unethical. I will not use their site for making decisions anymore because a real review was not published. I wonder about the reviews on his site, because he handled our trips so badly. Just how many are real? I tried to message some of the glowing reviews w/ no review hx and did not get answers.

    • Bill Griffin says:

      Very good to know K.Moore, thank you for letting us know. I too shall take that information into effect when using the site for information.

  2. I read your post, and I am quite angered by your comment that, “the more pathetic and sad you are the better the badge gets.” Although I do believe there are people making fake reviews and perhaps some of them getting paid for those reviews, I hope people do not lose site of the point the website offers. I for one have more than 200 reviews, and I am quite certain that none of them are fake, every single of them is a place I have visited, eaten at, stayed at or did. Calling all of us with more reviews pathetic makes you look like a fool. People who read these reviews should know that extremely good or extremely bad reviews might be fake and take it into their own consideration before believing them. When I read reviews I take into account many things, and I don’t just trust the reviews on Trip Advisor either.

  3. hercule anon says:

    It’s perhaps best to get a sense of various people’s impressions for any one option, rather than relying too heavily on any particular review/reviewer. Also, we can often sniff out less reliable reviews by developing an ear for what sounds a bit tinny.

    Finally, taken in perspective, TripAdvisor is an amazingly helpful tool despite some basic flaws that should be corrected. The Level badges make little sense at a certain point, that being only one example. Another is that anyone can get a review censored and removed for no substantial reason whatsoever.

  4. Fred Jones says:

    I think TA should operate a ‘probation system’, whereby new posters should not have their posts published until they have submitted (say) 5 posts. This would deter fake posters who post just one post and then disappear forever! The hassle factor would be just too much…

Speak Your Mind


**NEW** $20 Quality Reviews - Boost your ratings on TripAdvisor - 100% guarantee - You only pay when review is posted on TripAdvisor READ MORE