Important Information About Impersonation and TrustedNerd

Important Information About Impersonation and TrustedNerd
September 04 18:16 2014 Print This Article

September 4, 2014

So as you all know, TrustedNerd is entering it’s 6th year soon of being online. I’ve poured my heart and soul into this website but there’s something important that I want to touch on, and that’s impersonation. People impersonating me writing fake reviews on products that hurt mine and my brand’s image, considerably.

Unfortunately, I’ve been impersonated many times before on social networks such as Twitter and Facebook and it makes me quite disgusted honestly that people won’t take the time to create their own tech blog but instead will piggyback off my name saying they are me to get products to do reviews.

Please note that I’ve linked my social channels on the bottom of this page for both Twitter and Facebook. If you come across anyone claiming to be TrustedNerd or Jonathan Yaniv from TrustedNerd, please inform me immediately over email at jonathan [at] There’s also a Facebook page for TrustedNerd, which I suggest you follow here.

Those who have contacted me to do reviews know that I don’t rush reviews, at all. I spend tons of time reviewing the product to get the most accurate and trustworthy review. People posting reviews as me, even though they may or may not gain anything extremely hurts my brand reputation. Again, if you see any of this out there, please contact me ASAP at the email address above.

Thank you



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Jessica Yaniv
Jessica Yaniv

Jessica is the founder and editor-in-chief of Covering major tech shows such as CES, Jessica is always there for the latest tech news. Want your gadget to be reviewed or have a release you'd like to be considered for publishing? Send Jessica an email, jessica [at]

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