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Instazood Instagram Growth Service Review

Our Grade – D-

Heavily marketed service and app that falls very short of expectations and has some of the worst reviews we’ve ever seen.

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At a Glance

Instazood is an Instagram growth service (mainly, an app) that markets itself very aggressively. While the service quite brashly admits to being an Instagram bot, there are hundreds of dissatisfied customers and weak customer support responses plainly visible on the internet.

They falsely claim that the program is “Safe to use” and also don’t provide clear pricing on their website. We are highly suspicious of this provider.

While the website is somewhat alluring and the business has been around for a good amount of time, it’s likely that the Canadian owners outsourced many aspects of the business to other parts of the world and are attempting to coast potentially while scamming people.

Truth be told, we couldn’t locate a single obviously real satisfied customer. Even talking to users, agencies, and other site owners, we couldn’t find anyone who had used Instazood and liked it.

Business Analysis

ItemResult
Growth TypeManaged/App Software
Quality of ServiceLow
Business Registry / LocationQuebec, Canada
Traceable TeamYes, owners
Functioning PhoneNo
Longevity3+ years
Doesn’t Misuse IG BrandingFalse, misuse color scheme and “Insta”
Active BlogNot updated in the last few months
External SitesNo
Dashboard / Account ManagementYes
Offsite TestimoniesTrustpilot
Forthcoming About Password HandlingN/A

Pricing

Behind a 5-day free trial and a forced signup page, Instazood does not reveal prices. Of all the tactics we’ve seen, this is our least favorite. This is the shadiest. There’s simply no reason to do this.

Service Details

If you do get persuaded by Instazood to provide payment details and sign up, you’ll then be ushered to a user portal where you then find out that you have to download their special app from … somewhere. There are users leaving reviews claiming that the app might not even exist and support has responded claiming that it is currently being “worked on.”

How is that for customer service?

Once you download this app, presumably, it’s just a basic follow-unfollow bot that they want you to run yourself because they can’t afford or find good proxies.

Integrity & Reputation

Though this service is honest in admitting to being a bot service, there are many red flags. The first is that the website claims that the service is safe. Services like this are never safe and they can get your account banned!

Next, we have the godawful Trustpilot reviews:

I’m not even going to start quoting the negative reviews. I just can’t believe people are still falling for this. Their customer support rep responding to tickets is clearly some cheap offshore assistant who doesn’t exactly inspire confidence.

Conclusion

Knowing that there are dozens of active services out there, are you really going to sign up for Instazood? I hope not. While this might have been a decent service years ago, the owners clearly got lazy and decided to coast. The result is that many, many users appear to have been cheated out of their hard-earned money.

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