LPT: When researching products to buy on Amazon, Walmart, Target, etc don’t believe a high star rating count that reviewers give, until you check the most recent reviews.

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keepthetips

I always look at the lowest reviews and most recent reviews

steezMcghee

‘Worked good. Thanks”

ScarletOWilder

What I look for is edited reviews. Not someone who got it opened it and made a review based on the first 2 seconds they had it, I wanna know what people put stuff through and it still works

Agroskater

Many of the reviews are entirely fake and done by bots. Read the text — if the English seems off, or they mention very odd positive qualities — like the color of a charger cable — they are probably frauds.

BullCityPicker