TestKing Review

Do you want to know the truth about testking.com?  Here is the review you should read.

Although testking.com has been around for a long time, they are very unethical.  They are own by Certification Trendz which operates over forty re-branded websites, that sell the exact same information. The reason they do this is because they want to trick people into thinking they are different companies, so when you read a bad review you will still end of buying from one of their sister sites.  For example, pass4sure.com and testking.com are the exact same company.

I have used several of their Microsoft training guides and dumps and they have a huge amount of errors.  I would never commend you rely on their products, because they fail to simulate the test experience well enough.  It is very nerve-wracking taking computer certification exams.  I have taken over 12 different Microsoft exams and have passed them all without wasting money on shady websites like testking.com.  Can you imagine wasting $125.00 for a certification test and another $150.00 for poor test training information?

If all, this isn’t bad enough, the phone number of their website is disconnected.  If you are considering testking.com, you should not walk away, you should run.

The reasons you should run from a company like testking.com:

  • They do not stand behind their product.  I have heard from countless people who where unable to get their money back when they failed their test.  .
  • They offer a guarantee, but it is completely worthless.
  • The content is not up to date.  This is a deal breaker if you are taking a test that is frequently updated.
  • The study guide is not very informative and doesn’t help you grasp the concepts.
  • The practice exams are not reviewed by industry experts’
  • The screw over their business partners and affiliates.


Using testking.com products will not help you pass your test.  There is really no doubt about that.  You should choose another study source and one that is not owned by certification Trendz, the company that was sued by Microsoft.