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Amazon is banning most reviews that were written in exchange for a free product (AMZN)

Everyone reads Amazon reviews before they buy something. But some of those reviews have been, in effect, paid for — the vendor of those items may have sent the reviewer a free unit. And while there's usually no explicit promise of a favorable review, there's always the danger that people won't be completely honest when they review something that they got for free. Amazon's putting a stop to this practice.
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