Our Grade – C
Decently run service with a lot of fake reviews.
At a Glance
What makes Ingramer unique is that they offer many different tools in addition to the basic follow-unfollow growth model that has worked so well for years. One can assume that they do most of their coding in house to be able to support such an array of activities.
All this being said, while we don’t feel the website is particularly deceptive, this type of growth is not approved by Instagram. There are plenty of customers complaining about awful results and constant intervention being required while using the Ingramer software. This is the case for many providers, as Instagram is cracking down really hard.
|Growth Type||Tools + Managed SaaS|
|Quality of Service||Medium|
|Business Registry / Location||Latvia / Belarus / Russia|
|Traceable Team||Kind of|
|Doesn’t Misuse IG Branding||False, mis-use name and logo|
|Dashboard / Account Management||Yes|
|Forthcoming About Password Handling||No, you’ll be asked for your password during a long setup process|
The pricing tiers are kind of bizarre but ultimately the prices are very much in line with competitors. These are the prices for growth.
The service is a follow-unfollow bot that might have a few extra bells and whistles. All things considered, they can’t escape the watchful eye of Instagram even with all these buzzwords.
What is nice about Ingramer is that they offer auto-posting and auto-responding features. We have no direct proof that these features work, but, if they do, that’s a nice bonus.
Integrity & Reputation
We respect that Ingramer does not hide that their service runs a bot on your account. However, we do not believe that they fully apprise customers of the risks of running such a bot on your account in 2021.
Not only are the results pretty bad across the board, but as soon as Instagram detects you, there will be consequences for your account, including shadow bans.
The Trustpilot page is bizarre, among the most confusing pages we’ve seen.
Please direct your attention to the 1-star reviews. They don’t appear to be coming from enraged customers or jealous competitors. There are tons of people complaining that the service just isn’t working. Even while responding, Ingramer acknowledges this. It seems a little dishonest to still be running one of these services without advising would-be customers of these issues.
Also, I will note that the vast majority of verified reviews are negative ones. We suspect there are hundreds of fake reviews on this page and it’s incredible that Trustpilot hasn’t made any effort to moderate them.
Software services just aren’t worth it anymore. While Ingramer isn’t a particularly shady service, we’re turned off by the amount of fake reviews. The real reviews suggest that this service has issues, so we’re hesitant to recommend it.
It comes down to this: 500+ reviews on Trustpilot, yet we can’t find a single thorough believable testimony.