Fake Online Reviews: How Easily Can You Buy A Reputation? (CBC Marketplace)




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william griffiths: Wait are they telling me people lie online? and everything you read isnt real..... this is a revelation!

Alex Keegan: Don’t think she’s ever cooked in her life.

Tucker Busfield: Fiverr isn't used for that!

Dag Koj: I buy mostly on experience not on reviews. My 30 yrs of experience served me well because most of these produces are from the same companies that I have used before. Such as Hp products and dell products. Hp can have as many good reviews as they can but I never believe them because I have used their products and I already know. However, I will always trust Dell even if they have bad reviews because I have used their products and know how good it is.

Dag Koj: I mostly checked for numbers of reviews. The more reviews they have the more I trust them. If a place have good reviews but not as many then I won’t trust it on the other hand if you have not many reviews but some bad ones then I won’t mind as much as the one with less reviews.

slynomics: Always check the three star reviews! Always neutral and shares their pros and cons. They're not endorsed nor are they by their competitors

Justin Case: Liar for hire.

Kimberly Colliins: as they say proof is in the pudding, in this case toast sandwich

The Why Perspective: How much does it cost for Trudeau to buy a reputation???

Pure Capsaicin Kool-Aid: Its Deception with a Smile

Osku Halenius: but wait.. only in the first photo the truck had orange wheels..

yameli diaz: Yelp is trash

Pizzaislife: I only check 4 stars and less xD

mike charbs: U can’t trust anyone for anything now a days. What a joke our society is today. Everyone is out to steal everything from everyone. We need stronger laws and better enforcement for online stuff. Hell we need it for everything. I can’t believe this 💩

Curtis Robinson: I wonder if Rotten Tomatoes is full of paid fakes

DROP_DEAD: did she say they used a view bot?

Dost Thou Even Logic Brethren?: How easily can you buy a reputation? Not easily at all. Cheating as a business creates the culture of accepting it, and creates an employee culture of it as well, which costs companies bottom line massively. And that isn't even considering the massive backlash and destruction caused if and when you get caught.

Robert Cialdini has several case studies referenced in his book "Pre-Suasion" about how much it costs businesses in the long run to create such dishonest and deceptive cultures.

Symlex0100 1: If the review is too good, its faked

animeobssesent101: I always check reviews from lowest to highest. I work in hospitality so I know usually how to tell who is whiney and who was reviewing honestly. In the end I read most all reviews of not all reviews with a grain of salt. It's all you CAN do. Past that you take the chance no matter what.

Saitaina Malfoy: This is why I read only BAD reviews. No one fakes bad reviews.

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