When you decide that you are going to start using kratom (if you haven’t already) one of the first things that you’re going to have to do is find a real kratom vendor online that you can trust. In another post, we discussed some of the ways that you could tell whether or not a site selling kratom was a reputable one or night, focusing on trust symbols and well-known third party services like PayPal to manage payments.
But one of the other recommendations is that you look at kratom reviews online to find out if a vendor is honest and sells good product. The problem is, some companies hire people to create reviews that may not be true at all. That’s why it is a good idea to have a checklist that will help you determine whether or not a kratom review is real.
Sign #1: The review is too positive. You want to look at the language of the review and decide whether the praise that the person is giving the particular kava supplier is moderate or over-the-top. Real reviewers are almost never shouting praises in every sentence, and this should be a definite red flag if you encounter one.
Sign #2: The review points to a particular store. If fake reviews are going to be posted, then someone is going to have to pay for them and benefit from them. This is usually a particular kava vendor or website that is hiring people off of a micro-task website like Fiverr and getting them to write and post a review to help their company. Of course, the fact that someone paid for a review doesn’t mean that their product is bad, but it is another red flag that you should pay attention to.
Sign #3: The review has no disadvantages, only advantages. That’s not to say that there aren’t some reviews out there that are so satisfied with the product that they only leave positive comments, but you should examine them carefully if they seem too biased towards the product. Every product has its good points and bad, and if you look at other reviews and find that others have found disadvantages be skeptical of the ones that say that they found nothing negative about the product.
Sign #4: There are several reviews that sound the same, are from the same reviewer or are all done within a certain period of time. Remember, often these people are being hired for as little as $5 ($4 after the website takes their cut). That means that there is a good chance that they will want to get the reviews written as quickly as possible and with as little work as possible, which could mean that they change the wording only slightly between reviews.
Most of the reviews that you will find are honest, and even if you do encounter fake ones for a particular kratom vendor, you should be able to find enough real ones to tell you to avoid that particular seller.
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