I was contacted by someone who was working with V20 Live who tried to sell me services. This person knew I was launching a new Facebook music page and said I should use V20 to generate 1000's of likes off the bat making my page look more attractive to potential fans. V20 has various packages starting at $75 that promises anywhere from 500 likes to 20, 000 likes on your band page on Facebook. They don't tell you that they aren't using real people to like your page and that Facebook will take those likes right off your page. When I purchased the likes, they came very fast.
Then I noticed the like count would start declining. I contacted v20 and they replaced the likes but it just continued to happen no matter what they did. Not only would those likes start to disappear, when a new 'real' fan would like the page, instead of the like count increasing, it would decrease anywhere from 1-5 likes & later 100's at a time. [continued below]....
..... Whatever software they are using is not permitted by Facebook and Facebook deletes the likes. Vaughn called it 'Facebook sweeps'. The page is completely useless b/c new fan likes don't show up and the number of likes continues to drop daily.
After contacting V20 multiple times with no response, I am left with a Facebook page that I cannot promote on and they won't email me back or refund my money. They also promise youtube comments, views etc. I would never take the chance on youtube putting my video views at a stand still because of V20. Their services destroy the foundation a musician initially builds, making it impossible to see fan growth. Do not use their services. Do not let them rip you off. The music business is difficult enough. You don't want to throw your money away, put it towards recording, instruments, your website and not into the pocket of Jeffrey Vaughn.