It seems like there are more and more FAKE reviews for products online . . . so one trick is to find people with photos and videos proving how they are using the item. And this is a CLASSIC example:
An Amazon review by a user named “Cory H” is going viral.
A little while ago, she posted a FIVE-STAR review for some leggings. (Their official name is “Raypose Women’s Yoga Running Capris Leggings.”)
She said, “Can I just say that I will be re-ordering [these leggings] in every color.”
She posted a couple of unflattering photos of her on the side of a rocky incline, and said, “Here is me rolling and sliding down a mountain because I was too scared to get up . .
“My leggings did not rip . . . not even a little bit . . . and I got stuck on rocks and trees.” She added, “Order them now.” The price ranges from $13.99 to $22.99, which isn’t bad for indestructible leggings.