Amazon Verified Purchase Review

Hello!

As a frequent reviewer of products on Amazon, we want you to be among the first to know about our review policy changes. Shoppers consistently tell us that they value reviews from other shoppers who they know have purchased the product on Amazon. As a result, we are introducing a policy change around customer reviews. Customers can now only submit a limited number of non-Amazon Verified Purchase reviews each week. The count is calculated each week from Sunday at 12:00am UTC through Saturday 11:59pm UTC. Your ability to submit Amazon Verified Purchase reviews will not be impacted. This policy also does not apply to Vine reviews or reviews on digital and physical books, music, and video.

What is an Amazon Verified Purchase review?
•       When an Amazon Verified Purchase badge appears next to a review, it means we have verified that the person writing the review purchased the product at Amazon and represents a typical customer experience with the product.
•       Reviews that are not marked “Amazon Verified Purchase” are valuable as well, but we either can’t confirm that the product was purchased at Amazon or the customer did not pay a price available to most Amazon shoppers.

For more details, please see our Community Guidelines at https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201929730.

We’re always innovating on behalf of our customers, and we’d love any feedback or ideas you have for how we can improve. You can contact us directly at community-help@amazon.com.

Regards,
Your Amazon Community Team

  I am doing very few reviews on Amazon now.
  They made another change to their policy or rules.
  I just do not like the feeling that I am suspect or that at anytime they are going to say I broke some rule.  Also when you do reviews on Amazon you can not link or mention someone else or recommend a site for additional information.  Not even in a video.
  So I have a couple more reviews I want to do that then .. I will not be reviewing on Amazon.

About the Author

Jim Howard

I setup a bulletin board system called Howard's Notebook in 1982. People connected at 300 baud. Upgrades and new things were done until 1995 when the world wide web was invented. Howard's Notebook was then moved to the web and is still in operation. I been blogging since 1982! I had one of the first webcams online.
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