Trustpilot is an influential online review site where customers can review everything from car dealerships to airlines, mortgage agencies and shoe stores. Another reason to be suspicious is that approximately one in 15 people review products that they haven't really bought or used. According to Dr. Online, reviewers are also 50 percent more likely to buy rebates and buy four times as many products.
We no longer have Consumer Reports that will test products compared to similar products, since no one wants to pay the price for it and it is possible that manufacturers have contaminated them. Not only does Amazon allow the sale of counterfeit products, but it also marks counterfeits with the best ratings or the most valued. I reviewed a dangerous product that I had bought from them and detailed what made it so dangerous.