Frequently Asked Questions
No. You should never share your Spotify account's credentials with anyone. It's very dangerous for personal reasons, and it may have consequences on your career.
That's not a possibility. All of the plays we deliver will be permanent on your profile. If any drops occur, we'll refill them.
That depends on how you handle the situation. If you're just an upcoming artist with no recognition, you shouldn't go and buy 1 million views. That'll be odd.
Yes, it is safe. Our site is covered by an SSL certificate, so your information is safe during purchase.
Enter the amount of plays you want and you will see the estimated arrival time on the tool.
30 seconds of listening would be enough to call it a play on Spotify.
No, but they can see the age and gender breakdown of the listeners.
Spotify distributes the revenues from premium subscriptions and ads to the rightsholders.
Unfortunately, no. There is no way of telling.
No, just like you can't tell who plays your Spotify, there is no way of them knowing either.
Unless it's listed under "popular," there is no way of telling the number. But if it is, then you view the total number of plays.
Although this depends on the individual playlist, Spotify is known to be more lucrative than Apple Music.