everyone hates being lied to.
We've examined Amazon reviews previously as an exercise in lie detection and we have noted:
1. Shill Reviewing
2. Paid Reviewing
The Paid Reviewing is where Amazon sellers gave away free products in exchange for positive reviews. When a less than positive review was posted, the seller wrote to the reviewer. Several of these were posted including one consistent:
"I am a single mother of two children and I will lose my job if you post a negative review. What can I do to make you change your mind?" as a general theme. Most of these are in "google-translate" English.
The Shill Reviewer is the company reviewing its own product, posting as customers.
Here is a very inexpensive home blood pressure monitor. At the time of this posting, it has 100 reviews:
all 5 Star.
What do you find when you review the reviewers?
Post your findings in the comments section.
Link: 100 Five Star Reviews!
You are seeking to answer a general and necessary question:
Is this a good product for purchase?
With this particular product, your finding may be critical to a customer's health.
Deception presupposes contempt. The liar believes you and I to be incapable of discernment.
What can you tell the public about your findings?