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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.
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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...
Concern over fake reviews on Amazon.co.uk took a bizarre twist after hundreds of five-star ‘customer’ reviews of a phone charger suddenly appeared on the site. A Which? member alerted us to the issue and took a screenshot showing how several negative reviews of the product had vanished. Despite these red flags, the charger was awarded ‘Amazon’s Choice’ towards the end of last year.