instagram X Rating

Peerboost Instagram growth service review

Our Grade – X

This was one of the first sites to be shut down in the Spring 2017 Instagram ban wave.

View our grading methodology.

At a Glance

Peerboost was an Instagram growth service shut down a very long time ago. Aside from a notable mention in the New York Times, there is little-to-no evidence that this website ever existed. What happened to everything on the internet being saved forever? In the case of Peerbost, the first time the site was scraped, it already was displaying the shutdown message.

Business Analysis

Growth TypeAutomation
Quality of ServiceHigh
Business Registry / LocationUnknown
Traceable TeamNo
Functioning PhoneNo
Longevity2015 – 2017
Doesn’t Misuse IG BrandingTrue
Active BlogFalse
External SitesYoutube
Dashboard / Account ManagementYes
Offsite TestimoniesNo
Forthcoming About Password HandlingN/A


Unfortunately, we don’t know what Peerboost’s full scope of pricing options were. However, what little information we were able to dig up reveals an extremely cheap service with a free trial plan.

You can Try for Free for 3 Days. Once your 3 day trial has ended, there are are payment options ranging from 3 days to 360 days. The most popular options is 30 days for $9.99

Service Details

This was a cheap bot with great results operational in the early golden age of Instagram automation. This service provided a dashboard, similar to Instagress, from which you could control your account’s activities. Most directly, this could be thought of as a web-based always-on alternative to FollowLiker or Jarvee.

Integrity & Reputation

Well, the company was shut down by Instagram. They didn’t waste any time in complying with the order. That much we know. However, it’s highly likely that this team, like many others, anonymously moved on to another service.

There is nothing to suggest that this was a dishonest service. Remember, back in the day, everyone got great results.


This was a popular service that was one of a select few shut down in the first ban wave. By reviewing this business, we hope to provide a glimpse into just how cheap and effective these early players were.

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