How to Delete Glassdoor Reviews In Less Than 120 Seconds

Remove Negative Reviews & Photos How to Delete Glassdoor Reviews In Less Than 120 Seconds

How to Delete Glassdoor Reviews In Less Than 120 Seconds

It's increasingly important for job seekers to find a satisfying career that allows for personal and professional growth. While the contents of an individual's resume and credentials provide information about their skills and abilities, it's harder to gauge an organization. Glassdoor allows past and present employees to review employers and to provide insight into the company.

While most employees don't bother to rate their bosses, some will. And, unfortunately, it's very easy to submit fake reviews on Glassdoor since there's no real vetting process for people who wish to review. That's a big problem. Too many negative reviews and you may have difficulty keeping or attracting talent.

You may be thinking that it should be pretty easy to request a review to be taken down if it's fraudulent. But, that really isn't the case. You should know that getting a review removed from Glassdoor is a very tough task. In fact, it may be downright impossible under most circumstances. But, don't give up hope. If you can't , leave it to DoNotPay.

Can I Delete Fake Reviews on Glassdoor?

If a former or current employee leaves a review of your company, it should give you pause for thought. Take into consideration what they've had to say about their experience and do better in the future.  Do you have any recourse? Likely, the answer is no because Glassdoor does not:

  1. Verify the identity of users.
  2. Require proof of employment.
  3. Investigate claims made by users.

How to Handle a Negative Glassdoor Review

Since reviews are submitted anonymously, it can be difficult to know how to respond to one you suspect is fake. However, that doesn't mean that you should just ignore it. Remember that potential employees may see this review and it could affect their decision to work with you.

Before you file a report to get it taken down, first try to respond to the legitimate comments. Here are a few tips:

Do not be too hard on yourselfTake the negative review as a learning opportunity to improve your service. And let them know that you’re keen to improve.
Identify common themes and patternsAssess the negative reviews, find out what issues your audience has with your company, and do something to deal with the complaints.
Respond quickly to the negative reviewsAssure the audiences that their reviews have been received, and thank them for their feedback.
Pick your battlesDo not at any point engage with online trolls who are only looking to tarnish your podcast. Going back and forth with them will not benefit you in any way.

If you’ve exhausted all possible responses, there are a few options you may want to consider including:

  1. Flag the review for violating the Glassdoor terms of use.
  2. Take legal action and sue for defamation of character.

Reasons Why Glassdoor Will Delete a Review

You need to understand that it is very difficult to get a review removed from Glassdoor. In fact, it's almost impossible except under very specific circumstances. For example, if you are being directly threatened, or defamed you may be able to convince Glassdoor to take the review down.

Measures to Take If Glassdoor Won't Delete a Review

It can be extremely frustrating to see a nasty review of your company from a fraudulent poster. Worse yet, if an employee leaves negative comments that aren't true, it can have a direct impact on your company. Finding new employees will be more difficult, your competition may take advantage of your negative reviews, funding sources could dry up, and customers may go elsewhere. Counteract negative reviews by asking for positive reviews from current and former employees so the negative review gets buried.

How to Get Invalid Glassdoor Reviews Removed Fast

Dealing with fraudulent negative reviews for your company on Glassdoor isn't a high priority for you. After all, you have a company to run. But, ignoring this seemingly small thing can be a major mistake. You don't have to take a lot of time to deal with negative reviews. In fact, it's a short, easy process with DoNotPay.

To remove negative Glassdoor reviews, first, you'll want to open DoNotPay in your browser, and then…

  1. Select Glassdoor as the platform the review was posted on.


  2. Enter the url of the review along with a photo to help us identify it.


  3. Explain why you want to report the review and also provide a detailed description.


  4. That's it! DoNotPay will report the review so that it gets investigated by the platform. It should be taken down once they determine it's inappropriate.

Can DoNotPay Help Remove Reviews From Other Sites?

Of course! No matter what site you're being reviewed on, there's a potential for fraud and misuse. If your company has been victimized by inaccurate negative reviews, let DoNotPay help you sort it out and clear your company's name. Just a few examples of the sites we can help manage reviews on include:

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Removing negative reviews on Glassdoor and other sites is just one of the ways DoNotPay can help you. This product has so many uses, you'll wonder how you got by without it.

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