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Castries 1080P Noise Cancellation Webcam with Privacy Cover for $25.80 AC @ Amazon

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Amazon has 2 stacking coupons for Castries 1080P Noise Cancellation Webcam with Privacy Cover [amazon.com]. First, click on the 5% clip coupon, then use "ND29A66K" during checkout for an additional 52% off, which brings its price down to $25.80. A good price for a 1080P Webcam, and according to CCC, the lowest price in history is $46.60, so this price beats it by $20. Ships free. Enjoy!
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$27.22 with tax for me. Looks like it's only been on amazon since around June. For $27 will give it a shot. FakeSpot gives it an A, but reviewmeta warns of a lot of unnatural reviews.
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$27.22 with tax for me. Looks like it's only been on amazon since around June. For $27 will give it a shot. FakeSpot gives it an A, but reviewmeta warns of a lot of unnatural reviews.
I don't know how much I would trust reviewmeta because it does that to pretty much all posts. Try running products sold by Amazon, and it'll still say it removed a chunk of "possible" unnatural reviews (like 40% or even greater).
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I don't know how much I would trust reviewmeta because it does that to pretty much all posts. Try running products sold by Amazon, and it'll still say it removed a chunk of "possible" unnatural reviews (like 40% or even greater).
I've bought plenty of things from amazon after doing a reviewmeta and seeing it pass. So...no, it doesnt do it to "pretty much all".
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So are people saying this is a bad deal?
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So are people saying this is a bad deal?
You can find lots of 1080p webcams at this price. It's likely overpriced to start making this "discount" closer to a true value for this cam. Quality is likely not great. I bought to test it out, but ended up canceling my order after some research and feeling like its not even worth a test.
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I've bought plenty of things from amazon after doing a reviewmeta and seeing it pass. So...no, it doesnt do it to "pretty much all".
What do you mean "pass"? It sounds like we are talking about different stuff. I'm not talking about score. I'm talking about how it says it removed XX% of "possible unnatural reviews." It gives pretty high percentages even for items sold by Amazon or other trusted/established sellers.
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What do you mean "pass"? It sounds like we are talking about different stuff. I'm not talking about score. I'm talking about how it says it removed XX% of "possible unnatural reviews." It gives pretty high percentages even for items sold by Amazon or other trusted/established sellers.
Yea, we're talking slightly different things. Reviewmeta will give an "pass" "warn" or "fail" to the overall quality of reviews and individual subcategories.
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Yea, we're talking slightly different things. Reviewmeta will give an "pass" "warn" or "fail" to the overall quality of reviews and individual subcategories.
Yeah, that's why i got confused because you wrote about unnatural reviews, not these categories.
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Yeah, that's why i got confused because you wrote about unnatural reviews, not these categories.
All their categories are about determining which reviews are unnatural.
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All their categories are about determining which reviews are unnatural.
I get that, but I hope you can see how your comment was misleading also? By the way, I just ran it on an iPhone 11 sold on Amazon with official carrier requirement, and it removed 44% of "potentially" unnatural reviews. You need to remember that their website isn't perfect and that there is a reason they are using the word "potentially" unnatural reviews.
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