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Editor’s Note: This story originally appeared on The Penny Hoarder.
When you consider making a purchase through Amazon, you expect to see an honest review from someone who has purchased the item. We look for quality reviews typified by honesty.
In some cases, the reviewer has received free and discounted products for the purposes of writing a quality review that can be helpful to others. In this case, we still expect the product tester to give an honest assessment even if they’ve received free or discounted products.
Do you want to become an Amazon reviewer? Do you have what it takes to join the Amazon reviewer program and post reviews for all to read in which you review products that help consumers decide if a product is right for them?
Amazon reviewers are helpful to both potential sellers and potential buyers.
When you become an Amazon reviewer you have influence over how Amazon products are perceived. If you amass enough reviews,…
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