Fake Tripadvisor reviews. Yes – look here are two

Side by side for comparison so Tripadvisor staff can get the idea When you’ve looked at as many Tripadvisor reviews for a single property as we have (lol) you are able to do something that the average punter (or Tripadvisor staffer) can’t do: spot the fakes. That’s because we can spot the patterns in the … Continue reading

Latest fake 5* Tripadvisor review ticks all the boxes…

…demonstrating Tripadvisor’s unwillingness to stop Scientologists Mappin and Stourton abusing the system For veteran Camelot Castle Hotel watchers, this latest 5 star Tripadvisor review ticks all the boxes needed to qualify as a bona-fide fake (or paid-for) review. The fake / paid-for Tripadvisor review will contain most (if not all) of the following components in … Continue reading

Camelot Castle Hotel 5* review: “One should not be cynical…”

What’s more cynical: exposing delusional Scientologist hoteliers or faking TripAdvisor reviews? Just a question. Anyway, here is the latest 5* review of Camelot Castle Hotel – dutifully naming the charming Mr. Mappin and the wonderful Mr. Ted Stourton (as per the required formula). “One should not be cynical…” even after all one has read online. … Continue reading