No, they're telling you wrong. That policy - of only accepting reviews from their customers - is consistent with Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk. The closest I could get - without buying through them - is to comment on Barry's review. on A.co.uk. Amapedia will only accept bona fide customers too. These are my experimental results! It is understandable ...
Very strange. Why would they give me did info? I made a direct enquiry to them, and got a personal reply. I'll investigate further....
I think the rule is that you have to be an existing customer with an account. ie you might have bought a kitchen mixer from them 3 years ago. As long as your account is "live" then they should accept reviews from you.
Sorry -- I meant DUD info!
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|Posted by mountainman|
19th August 2009ce
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