Reviews can be infinitely helpful to other shoppers,
provided they are honest and factual. All reviews should accurately
reflect your own firsthand buying experience. Concentrate on
relevant points of your overall experience such as (but not limited
to) delivery, customer service, etc.
State your opinions, but be fair in doing so, and please have a
look at our guidelines, which you will find below.
These ensure that everyone can benefit from Trustpilot.
Reviews must be written within 24 months of purchase
- You have placed an order or made a purchase from the company.
- You have or had a valid user profile on the website, in case of
forums, dating, gaming sites, etc.
Trustpilot reserves the right to alter reviews in the
- Names of Trustpilot users, company owner and/or employees are
included in the review. These may be removed.
- References to other companies and websites (including links)
are included. Again, these may be removed from the review.
- The reviewer has created multiple profiles to review the same
company multiple times.
- The review contains violent or coarse language and the user has
not changed the review after being notified by Trustpilot.
- The review is not based on a factual shopping experience (see
above), or the review pertains to an imposed tax or a fine.
- Contents of the review are based solely on ethical, political
and/or value-oriented positions as opposed to a factual shopping
- The review only describes the functionality of the purchased
product or of the website's layout. Provided the review does
include a description of the product's quality or service, it is
acceptable to evaluate the purchased product's functionality,
quality and/or website layout as well. We will evaluate on a
case-by-case basis, if needed, and our decision cannot be
- Reviews that do not comply with applicable UK / US / local
- Those reviews that have been evaluated in our internal quality
process and whose reliability has been assessed as questionable
Reviews CANNOT be removed on
the basis of the following:
- The company and user disagree on the course of events. It is
practically impossible to prove who is right and in these cases, we
recommend that the company replies to the review so that other
users can see their version of the matter.
- If the user should have awarded maybe two or three stars, but
have awarded only one.
- The assessment is "unfair" because, for example: it was a
mistake from the supplier. If the reviewer had an experience with
the company and is unhappy, we cannot relate to whether it is
appropriate for the reviewer to be unhappy. There are simply too
many factors involved to make such a decision, so these types of
issues are left to be resolved at the discretion of the involved
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addresses, e-mail and other technical