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Do you guys think it's best to be so aggressive on getting reviews in first times?

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Hi guys!

I am seeing a seller who is really aggressive on getting reviews for his products:

Product 1: 1240 reviews since 11 Jan
Product 2: 266 reviews since 14 Mar
Product 3: 1120 reviews since 11 Jan
Product 4: 730 reviews since 02 Feb

Is there any kind of limit on getting reviews that Amazon stands for?
Do you guys think it’s best to be so aggressive on getting reviews in first times?

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Supposedly there’s an algorithm to catch sellers whose momentum is too strong, though I’ve heard of other situations like the one you described. I’m too chicken to risk getting banned for an offense like this.

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People do it. I hope amazon brings the hammer down on this. It’s spamming the system and frankly cheating the customer. Also it’s a great way to make a ton of money. I do t like it but it works. I dont do that with my stuff.

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But how do you get so many reviews? I didn’t get the part why it’s spamming the system. Sorry but hadn’t seen this before. Are these not give aways or discounted products?

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Amazon will bring the hammer down, it’s just a question of when. The ToS specifically mentions that giveaways should not be excessive.

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It works great for a lot of sellers, but as a buyer it’s getting more and more frustrating to try to purchase something on Amazon and sooner or later they are going to figure out what to do and fix it. I tried to buy an electric pencil sharpener last night and had a hard time finding one that didn’t say, ‘i received a discount on this product’ or whatever. A video is a dead giveaway for me now, because you wouldn’t care enough to video your silly pencil sharpener unless it was a free or heavily discounted item.

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