As part of our services, you can submit written or video reviews for any product listed on Amazon.co.uk to help other customers.
Customer reviews are meant to provide genuine product feedback. While we encourage reviewers to share their experience, there can be a fine line between that and the use of customer reviews as product promotion.
Here are a few examples of the types of customer reviews that we don't allow:
Although products may be provided to customers for free or at a discount, and those customers may write reviews, any attempt to influence or manipulate reviews is prohibited, including conditioning any future benefit on writing a review or the content of the review. Benefits include but are not limited to: future opportunities to receive free or discounted products, continued membership in a programme or club, cash rebates or gift certificates, entry into contests or sweepstakes, bonus digital content or credits, and ratings or referrals that may affect the recipient's chances of receiving other benefits.
Here are a few examples where a review is not permitted:
The following reviews are generally allowed, provided they comply with the above guidelines:
Amazon.co.uk wants to know about your product safety issues. If you have safety concerns about the product you are reviewing, please contact us. Please make sure to include all information about the product (product title, and ASIN or manufacturer's SKU) and the details of the incident.
For more information, please visit our Review Guidelines.
You can see all of your reviews by visiting Your Public Profile.
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