How you can verified if a review is authentical or not..?
You can't. The review will stay up unless it breaches guidelines.
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Hi - I read the OP as asking if a review can be authenticated rather than if it can be removed. I'm not a regular poster so, if my suggestion violates any guidelines, please forgive me......
If I wasn't sure about a review I might PM the reviewer asking "in all innocence" for a bit more information about their stay/visit - I think the reply (or lack thereof) might give me a hint as to the authenticity of the review.
SueOYork - I've done as you suggested over the years, especially with first time posters, and although multiple reviewers usually answer the 'firsters' never have.
That doesn't prove or disprove the authenticity of a review but to me it speaks volumes.
Absolutely Keith. In my experience a genuine reviewer (good or bad) is usually happy to share more details of their stay.
That would certainly increase my suspicion, Keith, and I'd be far more likely to ignore a review where I'd asked the reviewer for extra information and thye hadn't responded.
But it wouldn't convince me completely that they or their review(s) are a fake. Things tend to be more complex than that. Daily life can get in the way, and, perhaps more crucially, not everyone wishes to spend time here answering messages and getting involved in discussions. For at least some folk, particularly those who have been directed here by a hotel, restaurant or attraction, it's just a case of drop in, write a review, and disappear again.
In the end, all we can do is to judge each review on it's merits, and decide for ourselves whether e are going o take nay notice of what it says, or not.