Our Grade – D-
Yet another poor quality SMM panel.
At a Glance
Krootez is a fake Instagram activity provider. As if the nonsensical name is not enough to dissuade you from making a purchase, the service uses bizarre language and spouts lies in order to try to separate you from your money.
|Growth Type||Fake Activity|
|Quality of Service||Low|
|Business Registry / Location||No|
|Doesn’t Misuse IG Branding||True|
|Dashboard / Account Management||N/A|
|Forthcoming About Password Handling||N/A|
These are fairly typical prices for … fake … followers. These are not real followers. Your satisfaction isn’t guaranteed.
It’s one thing when a site sells fake activity. It’s another thing when the site tries to convince you that it’s everything except fake.
The website is loaded with meaningless words and phrases like “quality,” “exclusive assistance,” “intelligent solutions,” “real people,” “The famous are born here!”
They sell fake activity. It’s just a matter of, is Krootez a reliable supplier of fake activity? They mention a refill period on their website. It’s nice to see this acknowledged, but, for me, this still isn’t really sufficient. If anything, it demonstrates just how flaky the followers will be.
In plain English, they’re telling you that they only guarantee your activity for one month. Why would you ever buy activity with such a bad guarantee? They’re pretty much telling you: only buy this if you’re an idiot.
Integrity & Reputation
Fake followers are bad. They’ll get removed. You only have a few weeks to complain to the mastermind behind Krootez. We’ve established that it’s a bad deal.
What else don’t we like about this business?
There is no transparency behind the parent company, location, founders, or any team members. What this usually means is that there’s a single guy in India running the site. At the very least, customer support will be awful.
Next, we have the poor usage of the English language all over the site. You don’t have to be Shakespeare to realize that something is … off. All the website copy has been written by someone who isn’t a native English speaker.
For example: “We are happy to complete any kind of your order. In case you are one step from becoming a customer for a bigger or targeted package.” That’s a little awkward. Basically every statement on the website is written this way.
Since the name of the site is stupid and meaningless, it’s likely you’d only ever find your way to Krootez if you clicked on a targeted ad or a paid blog placement. There’s not much on Trustpilot but there is enough to help you clearly understand what’s going on.
This is another generic SMM Panel that probably leaves a lot of customers disappointed and wishing they didn’t drop the money. Don’t be one of those people, read our reviews first!