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Has anyone had any experience with "Amazing Deals Group" or "Honest Few" for getting reviews from product giveaways? Or can someone recommend a trustworthy, safe (for inventory and Amazon TOS) solution to get a review boost from giveaways?

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Has anyone had any experience with “Amazing Deals Group” or “Honest Few” for getting reviews from product giveaways? Or can someone recommend a trustworthy, safe (for inventory and Amazon TOS) solution to get a review boost from giveaways?

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I used “honest few” and got around 90%-95% reviews/giveaway. It’s a paid service but there’s a follow up with reviewers which gives you that high return on giveaways.

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Since all of the websites that offer free stuff through amazon require you to leave reviews, you need to have an amazon account. If you do not want to pay for shipping ($4-10 per item), you also need to have an Amazon Prime membership. Most of the sellers are connected with Amazon prime which will allow you to get free shipping on all of your items.

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Once you have finished setting up your Amazon account (you probably already have an account), you can then start signing up to the different Amazon websites that offer review/product exchanges. Now that Amazon is cracking down on all “fake reviews” it is important to put a disclaimer in ever review you leave noting that you received the product for free in exchange for the review. If the website doesn’t allow you to do this, then proceed at your own risk. Without disclosing that you received the item for free, you are violating the amazon terms of agreement.

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