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It’s not just those scary pop-ups you need to worry about.
A review of dozens of Amazon’s Choice products by BuzzFeed News found listings with troubling product defects and warnings, as well as review manipulation.
Não basta só evitar os pop-ups chamativos.
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Be extra vigilant during the shopping holiday. Sellers will manipulate ratings to catch your eye and trick you into buying a product that doesn’t actually have good reviews.
I'm very font of this method.