Amazon Product Review Problem.

Amazon Product Review Problem.

I dropped being an Amazon Product Review Program participant because I will not stand for anyone telling me how to write my blog posts.  Here are some examples:

Your review could not be posted.

Thanks for submitting a customer review on Amazon. Your review could not be posted to the website in its current form. While we appreciate your time and comments, reviews must adhere to the following guidelines:(which can be found by doing an Internet search for “Guidelines for Amazon.com Community participation.”

  On July 31, 2017 (I gave the product one star)
 
Wrong Charger Sent
 
ExpertPower Direct sent my sister the incorrect item. The Amazon web site showed the connections at the rear when being sold by ExpertPower Direct. This vendor does not seem to understand that the Kenwood TH-F6 now has two different chargers. The charger I ordered should have the connections at the rear. ExpertPower Direct sent me a charger with the connections at the bottom. It is true that you can buy batteries for this radio with the contact points at the bottom but this is unusual. HRO told me to buy from BatteriesAmerica.com from now on. I went to that web site and they really show you there are two different chargers and insist that you choose the correct one.
 
We encourage you to revise your review and submit it again. A few common issues to keep in mind:

  • Your review should focus on specific features of the product and your experience with it. Feedback on the seller or your shipment experience should be provided at www.amazon.com/feedback.
  • We do not allow profane or obscene content. This applies to adult products too.
  • Advertisements, promotional material or repeated posts that make the same point excessively are considered spam.
  • Please do not include URLs external to Amazon or personally identifiable content in your review. (I think Amazon did not like me to show BatteriesAmerica.com because it is an external link that Amazon does not make money from.)

 

 

Updated: March 6, 2019:  The web page for Amazon review guidelines had changed to: https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201929730.  But, it would not work when I added the link to this web page, so I had to add search text: “Guidelines for Amazon.com Community participation.”
Updated again September 26, 2020 when the link for the Amazon product was taken down I removed the product link.

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