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Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Online Reseller Ratings

As online purchases become ubiquitous it is easier to find yourself purchasing from a charlatan. Here is a site that I use to get a modicum of information regarding online resellers. Of course, use common sense when looking at the review. If it is a brand new site with 5 absolutely wonderful reviews, they may be the site owner’s family. Conversely if there are some simply scathing reviews scattered amongst a preponderance of good reviews there may be some mud slinging involved. I have found the site useful and hope you will too. This is not a paid review, this is my opinion only and I have received no compensation of any kind for writing it. If, by chance, you use the site and discover that I have saved you from a purchasing faux pax worse than death, please feel free to click on my donate money button and pass along some of your savings. LOL

1 comment:

Steve Winter said...

Dave at reseller ratings threatens blogger with lawsuit for the blog at http://urgentwarnings.blogspot.com for complaining about reseller ratings having their ex-subscriber's commercial website BLOCKED with a frivolous DMCA complaint. They have no problem using other companies' trademark names as they hold their reputations hostage to "encourage" subscriptions.

Dave doesn't like the word "extort" so I will say "encourage" to try to meet them halfway

Steve Winter

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