Ever bought something on Amazon, selected the best delivery option and later realised that you had subscribed to Prime? You’re not alone.
After analysing thousands of reviews across hundreds of products, evidence emerged of exactly how Amazon sellers have found intricate ways to ‘game’ the system.
'Troubling evidence' of a thriving marketplace for fake online reviews was found between between November 2018 and June 2019, including a number of Facebook groups where people offered to write fake reviews, and eBay listings offering fake reviews for sale.
We run the rule over Amazon's new Fire 7 tablet, and look at whether you're better off opting for a big discount on the previous model
At least 78,000 reviews removed from Amazon across popular tech products in the last three years, but is Amazon doing enough to stem the tide of fake reviews?
Tech products such as headphones, fitness trackers and smartwatches are dominated by 'unknown' brands on Amazon, and littered with fake reviews. What's the issue and how can you spot a fake review?
A Which? snapshot investigation has revealed a range of home and tech products with large numbers of positive customer reviews online – yet all of them were rated Don’t Buys in...
New cheap Kindle adds lights for reading at night, but how does it compare with the old model and should you buy one? Which? takes a look.
Fabric child car seats are being stocked on online marketplaces such as Ebay, Amazon and Aliexpress which are illegal to use in the UK. The seats could be potentially unsafe if involved in a car crash and are selling for as little as £8.19.
Crazy Geezer's Putty World removed from Amazon over risk that small magnetic parts could be unsafe when swallowed.