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It has come to our attention that Amazon has not allowed some shoppers to post reviews for products they have received for free. These incidents are isolated but we wanted to make you aware, and that Amazon’s guidelines for reviewers have not changed. Offering products at discounted rates or free is still acceptable in exchange for a review--only if the shopper discloses they received the product for free or at a discount.We have not noticed any of this yet at AMZ Tracker, but the good people at Snagshout are smart dudes and I'm fairly confident that they wouldn't send this out to their list without a reason.
You will still be able to list products on Snagshout for any price but you will now receive an alert if you list a product for under $1.00. We are still researching this issue and are working with contacts at Amazon to understand their plans. We know Amazon’s engineering team has been tweaking its bots that look for paid, and fake reviews--which are against Amazon’s terms of service. We believe Amazon’s bots are incorrectly identifying legitimate shoppers as paid reviewers. We recommend you price your products at $1.00 or more to ensure the highest rate of reviews. We appreciate your help in making Snagshout the premier platform to launch and build a brand on Amazon.com