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Why is ReviewMeta.com a Must-Have for Amazon Shoppers?


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ReviewMeta analyzes Amazon product reviews and filters out reviews that our algorithm detects may be unnatural.


Why is ReviewMeta.com a Must-Have for Amazon Shoppers?


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Currently analyzing
reviews on
Amazon.com
5,500,217
Products

Amazon UK
459,795
Products

Amazon Canada
222,238
Products

Amazon Australia
6,938
Products

Amazon Germany
711,108
Products

Amazon France
159,172
Products

Amazon Italy
71,128
Products

Amazon Japan
73,562
Products

Amazon India
40,582
Products

Amazon Spain
39,185
Products

Amazon China
322
Products

Amazon Mexico
7,696
Products

Amazon Brazil
1,073
Products

Amazon Netherlands
250
Products

ReviewMeta.com is completely independent of Amazon.

We are NOT a replacement for reading reviews; we're an Amazon review checker tool that analyzes reviews and helps improve your shopping experience. Our review analysis does not guarantee whether or not fake reviews are or are not present - we're simply showing you some detailed stats and making an educated guess.

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About ReviewMeta.com

Have you ever purchased a 5-star product on Amazon that turned out to be a complete piece of garbage? Sadly, virtually everyone has had this frustrating experience... and more than once!

One of the reasons people love shopping on Amazon is that you can see all of the product ratings and reviews left by other shoppers. In theory, these reviews and ratings help you know which products are good and which are bad. Unfortunately, though, many of the Amazon reviews cannot be trusted.

Despite Amazon's best efforts, Amazon sellers have found all kinds of ways to "game the system" to artificially inflate their products' ratings (and also to artificially lower their competitors' ratings). You can read about some of the most common techniques in our blog. The bottom line, though, is that a significant portion of the Amazon reviews and ratings you see are NOT from legitimate, typical shoppers like you. Many of the reviews are biased (from family/friends of the seller), incentivized (the seller gave the reviewer a huge discount or kick-back or even gave them the product for free) or otherwise unnatural.

That's why we created Review Meta. Our mission is to use technology to identify and remove all of these unnatural reviews to give Amazon shoppers a more accurate "Adjusted Rating" that shows what true, unbiased shoppers really think of each product... a rating you can trust!

Other Amazon review checker sites/tools assign a letter grade (A, B, C, D or F) to each product. We don't do that... we think it's confusing. If you're looking at a 4.7-star product that was given a "B" or "C" grade, what does that really mean? Is it a good product or not? Presumably, a "B" or "C" means that some of the reviews are fake or unnatural... but what does that say about the legitimate, natural reviews? What if some (or all) of the unnatural reviews were actually posted by the seller's competitors as a way to sabotage their competition? (This is quite common, by the way, especially with lower-cost items.) A letter grade of "B" or "C" is extremely unclear.

Our review analysis is far superior...

  1. We use a wide variety of "tests" to identify reviews that may be unnatural
  2. Depending on those test results, we then either a) remove those reviews completely or b) give those reviews lesser "weight"
  3. We then show you an "Adjusted Rating" for each product (using the same 1.0 - 5.0 star rating Amazon uses), based on only the natural, legitimate reviews

So a 4.7-star product on Amazon might end up with an "Adjusted Rating" of 2.6 or 3.5 or 4.2 or 4.7 (the same) or even 4.9 (yes, higher than the original Amazon rating). In addition to showing you the product's Adjusted Rating, we also show you the results of each test we've run so you can read and analyze the results yourself.

Review Meta is a must-have for anyone who regularly shops on Amazon. And to make it as convenient as possible, we've developed free phone apps for iPhone and Android as well as free browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Microsoft Edge.

Never buy anything on Amazon again without first checking its true rating at Review Meta!

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