Our Grade – D
A typical low-quality SMM provider that stops short of literally stealing your money.
At a Glance
It’s crazy that there are still so many active services selling blatantly fake activity. This is just another one of those. Nothing to see here, nothing to comment on. We still review services like this in case we end up discovering something unique. While this sometimes happens, we never finish one of these reviews having more faith in such a service.
Don’t get us wrong, it’s possible that the fake activity you purchase will stick for a couple days and weeks, but beyond that there’s a very low chance that it won’t and you’ll be left feeling like every other customer does–like a fool.
|Growth Type||Fake Activity / SMM Panel|
|Quality of Service||Low|
|Business Registry / Location||Switzerland|
|Doesn’t Misuse IG Branding||False, uses “Insta” in name|
|Active Blog||Nothing for several months, low quality posts|
|Dashboard / Account Management||No|
|Forthcoming About Password Handling||N/A|
These prices would be great if they could guarantee the follower numbers. But … they can’t. Everything is fake. You might be paying for the followers for 30 minutes or 3 days or even 3 weeks. There are very few scenarios in which a service like this is worth the risk.
This service sells fake activity generated by bots they control or that they purchase from other providers for cheaper prices. The accounts will never be actively engaged and they will likely disappear after a short period of time.
Integrity & Reputation
Things don’t start off on a positive note, as you’ll be greeted with an insecure site warning that you’ll have to click through to actually access the site. Though the site does appear to have an SSL certificate, something isn’t set up correctly, and, indeed, your information could be placed at risk.
More to the point, does the business lie about what these followers are? Yep.
A lot of services tell this lie because they know the majority of their customers will only purchase from them once. What’s the lie? The followers are fake accounts. They aren’t sentient. They can’t be “very pumped up about” any aspect of your profile.
Is anything else kind of silly?
The followers won’t be targeted in any way. You’ll be lucky if the accounts are even from the same country as you or speak the same language. The only purpose these followers would serve is to build social proof, there is no demonstrated correlation between massive amounts of fake followers and “success.”
Where is the business located? In a bizarre finding, the registered business is located in… Switzerland! Not a country we usually associated with Instascam services.
Incredibly, this doesn’t seem to be a small operation. Their business registry page claims revenue of almost $1,000,000!
Neorank GmbH has 5 total employees across all of its locations and generates $792,740 in salesSource: https://www.dnb.com/business-directory/company-profiles.neorank_gmbh.f6479fff18e99aee8de1a9c7790f4f15.html
Their owner is named Fatos Canolli. We found a guy from Lesovo (Eastern Europe) matching this name, but don’t think it’s worth further digging.
So, what about the big question? How long until the followers disappear? Look no further than Trustpilot.
If you’ve read enough of our reviews, hopefully you are starting to see a pattern. These social media marketing sites that guarantee you activity are all different flavors of the same scam. There is no reason to purchase one of these services. This activity will disappear before you know it!