WFReview launched in January, 2009 and appeared to have a very bright future. WFReview’s original owner sold the plugin in May of ’09, reacquired the plugin shortly thereafter and then sold it a 2nd time in January 2010. WFReview has some nice features, most notably their paid listing plugin, which is a paid add-on to the primary review plugin.
Unfortunately, the turnover of the plugin seems to have led to instability and an uncertain future. At the time of this writing I have decided not to give a full review of WFReview for the simple reason that my support questions and forum posts are going unanswered. It isn’t worth my time, or yours, to sort through all the pro’s and con’s for a plugin that isn’t currently being supportedand update existingrvices.html”>atlanta limo servicesnet/”>of developers and. At least not with such strong alternatives in the marketplace.
WFReview certainly has the chance to bounce back and regain a spot amongst the top few WordPress review plugins. In fact, I’m sure there are some who would argue that even without the support it’s worth the price. I’m just not one of them. When I see evidence that this plugin is once again being given the support it deserves then I will replace this with a full review.
In the meantime, I suggest you look into the alternatives: