Regarding Review Kick, I thought I read somewhere that there is a way to bump your listing back to the top periodically. I think it was a button on the listing page, but I have looked and looked and can’t find anything now. Does anyone know?
I suggest an alternative action? If you find a product to be subpar, do that business owner a solid and instead of screwing with their business by handing out a 3 star review (for a heavily discounted product) just contact them instead and give them your assessment privately.
And if they do nothing and keep selling it as is then I am not being honest to the other customers on Amazon and reviews on Amazon mean nothing. You put your item on ReviewKick, you agree to whatever happens and take your chances. I did explain in detail why I graded it that way and that it wasn’t a deal buster to me, does work, and can be easily fixed if necessary. I didn’t just slam them and walk away.
Here you go:
Nice job from everyone else for completely ignoring OP’s question.
I am a customer at ReviewKick and I take my duty to give a fair, honest review seriously. I tend to give higher reviews because I am not a nitpicker but I have given 3 stars to one item that was good and I like but the stitching I felt was not going to last long if the product was used every day. I don’t give out the higher reviews just to please ReviewKick or the companies that use them.
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