parrotfish73 karma2019-11-06 17:20:54 UTC
Lately I've been seeing products whose reviews are for completely different products.
Clearly the seller just swaps out the picture and description and price, and Amazon allows that.
Does your algorithm detect those real precious reviews which are for unrelated products?
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parrotfish71 karma2019-11-06 17:26:09 UTC
Anything for us mobile users? 90% of my Amazon shopping is vis their Android app, and I know I'm not alone.
Please take our ad revenue, too!
parrotfish71 karma2019-11-06 17:24:34 UTC
That's like hearing that someone who built an entire business servicing Home Depot has never heard of Ace Hardware, lol
Fair warning, if anyone goes to try to identify fake reviews on wish, it might be easier to try to identify the few that are real.
parrotfish71 karma2019-11-06 17:17:11 UTC
Yeah, but Reddit actually was. You can check posts from 8 years ago and see for yourself - especially the comments, grammar, and amount of idiots.
Thanks for answering and building this.
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