Unfortunately, our new reality is that people write fake reviews. If you do a lot of shopping on Amazon, (like we do way too much of), Fakespot is a wonderful tool that grades the legitimacy of the reviews. It does not review the product itself, but rather how likely the reviews are truthful. If it’s an A, you can count on the reviews being real. If it’s an F, the reviews are phony.
You have to be in the Google Chrome web browser to access it. If you aren’t already using Chrome, go to google.com/chrome to download. Then open the Exensions tab and look for “Search the Store” in the upper left-hand corner. Type in Fakespot and follow the instructions. Then make sure you are using Chrome when you shop on Amazon.
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