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Last Edited by annie930ny July 14, 2016 at 07:03 AM
Hey guys,

I didn't see this posted.

Mpow 18W USB AC Wall Charger with Qualcomm Certified Quick Charge 2.0 XSmart Technology [amazon.com] Just $4.99 W/ Code:"VLI8VWSE" @Amazon.com

Apply Code: VLI8VWSE at checkout.

$9.99 - $5 = $4.99

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Code doesnt seem to work for me

Edit: Nevermind, it worked 2nd time.
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Last edited by 14To10 July 14, 2016 at 12:31 AM
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F on fakespot. probably works fine as a normal charger, don't know how much I trust it's quick charge function.

http://fakespot.com/product/mpow-...one-m8-etc
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Quote from brautiganr View Post :
F on fakespot. probably works fine as a normal charger, don't know how much I trust it's quick charge function.

http://fakespot.com/product/mpow-...one-m8-etc
Having "fake" reviews doesn't always mean it's a bogus product. I wonder where this code came from though, was this an "in exchange for review you get this at a discount" code?
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Quote from Vanquished View Post :
Having "fake" reviews doesn't always mean it's a bogus product. I wonder where this code came from though, was this an "in exchange for review you get this at a discount" code?
I can't believe people bother to go to fake spot and post the link to their useless ratings. wonder if fake spot is using their own employee to post fake spot junk here lol.
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I have one of these mpow quick chargers for my car and it's legit. I don't need a quick charge for my house but I can vouch for the company... FWIW
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I can't believe people bother to go to fake spot and post the link to their useless ratings. wonder if fake spot is using their own employee to post fake spot junk here lol.
Calm down Mpow shill. I appreciate the heads-up when a product has overwhelmingly bought reviews.
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Quote from brautiganr View Post :
F on fakespot. probably works fine as a normal charger, don't know how much I trust it's quick charge function.

http://fakespot.com/product/mpow-...one-m8-etc
Im curious. How does the site know it has fake reviews?
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Im curious. How does the site know it has fake reviews?
It doesn't. Fakespot is a clickbait site with folks who post urls to it to generate sales, and the users who fall for it are gullible and post about how great it is.

It's worse than SD urls. (SD at least gives me a benefit by highlighting potentially good deals, whereas fakespot gives you inaccurate and often times completely wrong data delivered as some sort of "we have inside knowledge of these reviews so trust us" marketing). Here's how fakspot makes money:

1. Go to FS.
2. Paste in Amazon link.
3. On resulting FS page, there's a link back to the Amazon product. THAT is an affiliate link and FS will make money if click, and buy before the cookie expires or you clean your cache. *That* link is the problem and a conflict of interest.

Fakespot pretends to be in your interest, when it is a clickbait operation that profits off you by people who spread the hype about how great it is.

Fakespot's data is highly inaccurate and superficial at best, while the core of its operations is to profit off those who use it.

It's even worse when highly gullible people tout it as a "bible" to grade / judge Amazon products. I can't believe so many people fall for this clickbait operation.

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Calm down Mpow shill. I appreciate the heads-up when a product has overwhelmingly bought reviews.
Oh you got me there. It's not like someone couldn't return stuff to Amazon when the item doesn't work out, or leave a negative review as a "verified purchaser" if the item is indeed bad.

Nice try fakespot shill. How much money have you generated for fakespot?? LMAO
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