Mar 11 Posted 1 year ago
I just received a "1" star rating on a new Facebook page for one of my properties. An old customer who has never been serviced by our comapny - but knows me personally gave the 1 star. Pretty lame if you ask me. Anyone can deflate your rating just because they don't like you personally. Anyway to get rid of this rating - since we've never even serviced this guy?
Feb 24 Posted 1 year ago
Thanks. Recenly i got some bad rating but cant see the use who post this. I know its not possible because it makes it provate. Now i want to increase my page rating. I want to buy facebook rating from this source.
so please suggest me can i buy this? and it will be permanet and my rating will be increase?
Feb 6 Posted 1 year ago
Thank you Jay for your questions. I have a few and perhaps you can help me:
How does one find out who gave you a 1 or 2 star?
Why does it ratings not match with the reviews given?
I appreciate your insight ~ Salma B
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