Julian Bakery is now offering free Paleo Protein Bars on Amazon in exchange for a 5 Star Review and it is my belief this is against the Amazon Sellers Policies. Amazon says…”If you offer a free product, it must be clear that you are soliciting an unbiased review. The free product must be provided in advance; no refunds are permitted after the review is written. Review solicitations that ask for only positive reviews or that offer compensation are prohibited“. So read the reviews below and you be the judge. Kinda makes you question the Amazons Reviews System doesn’t it? But hey, Amazon makes their $$$$$. Julian Bakery has long been famous for purchasing 1,000’s of fake reviews but…since Amazon recently announced they were going after these people Heath Squier has tacked right to end run Amazon. Click on any review to read how Julian Bakery has attempted to bribe people.
For Further reading regarding The Corruption Of The Amazon Review System Please See:
- Anatomy of An Amazon Sponsored Fake Reviewer
- Consumers Beware: Amazon Reviews Are Being Deleted, Hidden & Faked
- Amazon Sues Over Fake Reviews
- Partial List Of Julian Bakery Paid Fake Amazon Reviewers
- Julian Bakery Fakery Crackery
Lastly, this poor hapless eager beaver apparently got so excited about his freebies that he posted his Julian Bakery order number, name, and then writes 5-star review. But the dufus made a mistake and only hit 4 Stars. I’m betting he won’t get his 6 free bars but hey, he is a “Verified Purchaser”
Ronald Reagan famously said, “Trust but Verify”. At the signing of the INF Treaty, his counterpart Mikhail Gorbachev responded: “you repeat that at every meeting,” to which Reagan answered: “I like it”…I like it too.