How To Remove Bad Reviews From Facebook


Removing A Review the Easy Way There are two kinds of people:

1) Those who want to be positive in everything they do.

2) Those who want to trash anyone cross their path, regardless of the reason.

The horrible fact is that most people are attached to the negative things in life.

“We build people up so that we can tear them down. It is the ugly side of our culture. We get off on it for some reason.”

Nikki Harris, 2000

There are ways to respond and remove a bad review on Facebook. The first thing is to know the difference between a comment and a review. They are not the same thing.

“You have to be able to tell when someone is taking a shot at you and when they are not.”

Madonna, 1992

Reviews: A review includes a marker about the product or services offered. They are very recognizable.

Comments: The system does not flag most comments. They do not have a rating or marking. They are also based more on opinion rather than fact.

The other thing worth mentioning is that a person’s ideas are much easier. They can delete them with a click of the mouse. They can also block the user from attacking them further. A review takes a little more effort to remove or hide. One way to do that is to visit the settings portion of the page. Users can go to the menu page and switch the settings to “off.” Click on edit.

Reviews From Facebook

FYI: It is worth noting that the user should save the information before they exit the page. Those who do not run the risk of having to repeat the same action over and over. Could a person delete the review on the page? Yes, but it will take some work. The catch is that the person has to submit the inquiry to Facebook and wait for them to say something, however long it takes. The bad part is that more bad reviews may arise in the interim. That means the person will have to undergo the same process every time. Users can also remove the fake account, but it takes time. The user has to provide irrefutable proof to Facebook that they have been compromised. Then, the user has to wait for Facebook to make a choice. The user is better off getting a third-party reputation agency to help.

How does the user get rid of bad reviews permanently or almost permanently?

1) Users could ignore a bad review but risk alienation when that happens. Try to find some common ground and respond to the problem intelligently. That is the last thing the person wants.

2) Users should use their business account when they respond to their clients. Clients are not going to recognize the brand through a personal statement. They will start to think: “Who is this? How did you get my information?”

3) The last thing a person wants is to get defensive. Apologize for the issue and make amends. Try to keep it short and sweet. Say your piece and walk away. It is similar to how you handle a problem in a romantic relationship. Bugging the person non-stop in hopes they will accept the apology makes the user sound desperate and creepy.