Due to the rapid growth of network data, the authenticity and reliability of network information have become increasingly important and have presented challenges. Most of the methods for fake review detection start with textual features and behavioral features. However, they are time-consuming and easily detected by fraudulent users. Although most of the existing neural network-based methods address the problems presented by the complex semantics of reviews, they do not account for the implicit patterns among users, reviews, and products; additionally, they do not consider the usefulness of information regarding fine-grained aspects in identifying fake reviews. In this paper, we propose an attention-based multilevel interactive neural network model with aspect constraints that mines the multilevel implicit expression mode of reviews and integrates four dimensions, namely, users, review texts, products and fine-grained aspects, into review representations. We model the relationships between users and products and use these relationships as a regularization term to redefine the model’s objective function. The experimental results from three public datasets show that the model that we propose is superior to the state-of-the-art methods; thus showing the effectiveness and portability of our model.