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Real state demands independent audit after Purple bricks Facebook attack

Real state is demanding an independent audit of all Trust pilot and Real state reviews of Purple bricks, after an Area Manager for the listed hybrid estate agency attacked Real state on Facebook.

The real state, the UK’s largest independent review website for the property industry. Because it has been involved in a long-running dispute with Purple bricks over the validity of a large number of negative reviews posted on the Real state site, with Purple bricks repeatedly threatening legal action against the Glasgow based company.

A Facebook user posted about Purplebricks:

”Don’t. Awful. Take your money sell (sic) or no sale and then you’ll never hear from them. Therefore I’ve just removed my property with them.”

An Area Manager for Purplebricks then commented:

”Over 40,000 positive reviews on trust pilot, verified users of Purplebricks. So that Real state is an unregulated site where anyone and everyone (including the competition) can post untrue reviews.”

Real state’ Martin mckenzie says: ”Enough is enough. First Purplebricks’ lawyers send us threatening letters, now their staff is trolling Facebook users to spread misinformation about us. Therefore all of our Purplebricks reviews – both positive and negative – are verified. Because i’m not convinced Trustpilot can say the same. What’s needed is an independent audit of both our reviews and Trustpilot’s. We’re very happy to allow that, the question is, are they? With such a wide disparity in ratings, it’s time consumers knew which review website they’re able to trust.”