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9 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Trust Online Reviews

You shouldn’t believe everything you read. And if you’re reading online reviews of products, hotels, restaurants, or local businesses or services? Then you should believe even less. It’s obviously in the best interests of a business to boost its online ratings. Good reviews and top ratings draw in customers, and also help businesses land higher [...]
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