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Is it just me or everybody gettings adds on Facebook to review their product in amazon for free? How risky is it as it’s totally against Amazons policy x

FarwahFarrukh
2 years ago
What do you think of this?
LittleLisaMarie
LittleLisaMarie2 years ago

Amazon can wipe your account if they find out.. Also if the seller refunds you through PayPal, they can always chargeback at a later date.. so in my opinion, it's not worth it for a cheap, overpriced piece of chinese tat lol.

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LittleLisaMarie
LittleLisaMarie2 years ago

I've seen loads of people paying like Β£11 for some hair scrunches (something you can get out of b&m or home bargains for Β£1-Β£2)

If the seller decides to chargeback for them, just imagine how much money they're going to make! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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FarwahFarrukh
FarwahFarrukh
Original Poster
2 years ago

LittleLisaMarie Makes perfect sense!! Plus no point in risking your Amazon profile for this x

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LittleLisaMarie
LittleLisaMarie2 years ago

FarwahFarrukh sooo true. We all love a freebie but when there's big risks it's really not worth it! x

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MumOfThree
MumOfThree2 years ago

Yep Iv had a few ads on Facebook not taken them up , I hate fake reviews leaving a good one just because it's free 😞

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sunny101
sunny1012 years ago

There are loads of 'opportunities' coming up in my daily feed - from beauty creams to kitchen gadgets and cooking utensils. I would really hate to mess up my Amazon account - these companies don't care that they are putting our accounts in jeopardy. I predict that Amazon will start to query accounts and make examples of the offenders in the, not too distant, future.

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