extension ExtPose

Fakespot Fake Amazon Reviews and eBay Sellers

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Protect yourself from bad sellers and fake reviews on Amazon and more!

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Description from store Get the best products from the best sellers on your favorite eCommerce sites with Fakespot for Chrome. Fakespot for Chrome is a new and improved version of our industry leading eCommerce extension! We currently support the popular US-based English language eCommerce platforms. Features: ► Instant Fakespot Guard seller ratings while shopping. Never buy a bad product from a bad seller again. ► Instant Fakespot Grades. Never be deceived by fake reviews while shopping. ► Search Result Sorter and Filter will allow you to sort and filter by best grades. ► Highlights will let you know at a glance what the reviews are about using our proprietary artificial intelligence analysis. ► Fakespot Accounts: You can now use Fakespot with either a Google Account or create a Fakespot Account to track your product searches, receive trusted offers from our partners, and get important product updates. Thank you for choosing Fakespot. You can help us improve our extension by emailing us any suggested improvements or issues to [email protected] The latest release of Google Chrome browser is supported officially by Fakespot. This extension may or may not work on other Chromium based browsers, dependent on the fork. Frequently Asked Questions Q: What websites does Fakespot support for fake review analysis and seller analysis? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please visit https://www.fakespot.com to get a list of the websites we currently support. Q: Why do you require permission "Read and change all your data on the websites you visit"? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Fakespot for Chrome displays seller ratings and grades as you browse on leading eCommerce sites. The number of websites that we support is large and more websites will be supported in the near future. Please take a look at the slides above this description box to see an example of how our grades and ratings work. Q: Why do you require the permission "Know your email address"? --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Your email address is associated to with your Google Account or Fakespot Account so you can manage, maintain and synchronize your personal settings within the extension. In the future, we will add more customizable options so that we can save you time and money as you shop online. By using this extension, you agree to Fakespot's Terms of Use available at www.fakespot.com/terms and Privacy Policy available at https://www.fakespot.com/privacy-policy Disclaimer: To help improve the user experience, the Fakespot for Chrome extension uses Google Analytics to collect extension usage statistics. Please visit http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout if you wish to opt-out of Google Analytics tracking.

Latest reviews

  • (2021-05-09) Andy Jehly: This extension has been invaluable for me. I no longer get fake substitute products or awful things that had "great" reviews. Amazon should be paying you, because you are the only reason I still order from them.
  • (2021-05-05) Kirk: A great tool to weed thru deceptive reviews.
  • (2021-05-04) Greg Lecki: This used to be decent. Now it is like a crapware that slows down browsing dramatically and modifies pages. It is very intrusive and does not seem to add any value as it's calculated rating often makes no sense.
  • (2021-05-03) Jeff Green: At first, I thought that this addon was doing what it was designed to do. However, it quickly seemed to me that it was arbitrarily selecting grades for resellers based on insufficient evidence. For instance, I purchased some Pepto Bismol directly from Amazon, and Fakespot gave it a C grade. I thought to myself, "It's either Pepto Bismol w/in its expiration date, or it isn't." If it is, it should be an A grade. If it isn't, it should be an F grade. If there are issues related to shipping delays or an incorrect item being shipped, well, that could happen w/ any item. That's not specific to this one item, so it shouldn't be reflected in the grade for this one item. Recently, I purchased a video game as a gift for someone from a reseller that was not what they were advertising on Amazon's site. I returned it and order it again thinking that it might've been a mistake. However, they shipped me the same item, and reading through the comments, I realized that this was something intentional the reseller had been doing since 2017. In fact, going to their storefront, I saw 16 negative reviews in the past 30 days for items, where they had shipped something that was not as described on the website. In fact, this reseller was selling fraudulent items that were promotional in nature and never meant to be sold. Amazon has now suspended their account, while they review their practices. Fakespot, on the other hand, listed them as a trusted reseller. Not only that, but they raised Amazon's score of a C up to a B in their app. I noticed that in the reviewed comments on Fakespot's website, they were analyzing comments about the content of the game, rather than the reseller's actions. As I previously mentioned, there were plenty of negative reviews spanning back five years that Fakespot neglected to include in their calculations. At this point, I feel that I can't trust Fakespot to give me reliable reviews. It's not that I believe that they're favoring one brand or reseller over another; it's that I have questions of how they're evaluating the data they process and the decision-making of which data they choose to process.
  • (2021-05-02) Ellen Davies: I swear by Fakespot. It has made me a far more informed shopper. My rate of returns have decreased by over 75%-- a result that thrills me. To be honest it has also increased the amount I am buying on Amazon because I am able to be spot a good deal and stay away from low quality goods. I just can't recommend it highly enough.
  • (2021-05-01) David Regal: Since Amazon isn't doing a single thing to stop the rampant fake reviewers, I'm VERY thankful for Fakespot. Seeing the price history and review count charts is key. This long with their other analysis, I can usually sniff out the bogus product. Keep up the good work.
  • (2021-05-01) Melissa Mermaid: A helpful tool, even if not always 100% accurate. We can use all the help against deceptive vendors we can get.
  • (2021-04-30) michael gwynn: used it over the last year+ to get great comparison results between sellers i can certainly understand why some sellers would want to rate it down, though because sellers
  • (2021-04-29) Doireann: Though I've done enough Amazon shopping and read enough Amazon reviews to be able to spot patterns of deception on highly rated items, I do rely on Fakespot to confirm my suspicions or change my mind. I don't think Fakespot is 100% accurate or perfect (nothing is), but I do think it's very helpful if you're not sure about a purchase. As always, caveat emptor - buyer beware - because ultimately it is up to us to do our due diligence before we part with our hard earned money. Apps and algorithms can only do so much and are only as accurate as their programmers.
  • (2021-04-29) Elizabeth Latham: It gives me some piece of mind for online purchases.
  • (2021-04-26) Deb Tolley: Does absolutely nothing. Installed, went to Amazon, looked at several products and the reviews and nada, zippo, nothing at all displayed to indicate fake or not. Uninstalling.
  • (2021-04-24) Michael Kuhn: It's the first thing I install.
  • (2021-04-24) Alex Craig: The ratings of this extension are being dragged down from negative experiences from earlier versions. The creator has continued development and refinement and has really made a lot of progress over the past 18 months. I am a heavy Amazon and general web search user and anything that can help to sieve out the wheat from the chaff is a welcome addition. I have not experienced any cases where FakeSpot unfairly rated a good-quality product's reviews as suspect, but for new product listings with few reviews the ratings are still a bit hit-and-miss. Like anything, a human brain that works is your pal. When I see an item with thousands of reviews graded 'F' and then skim the reviews, the manipulation is always evident. The extension explicitly informs you when there is insufficient data for a conclusion.
  • (2021-04-24) Jonathan C: I first started using this when it became pretty obvious that a couple of products I was looking at at the time had a ton of fake reviews. Every time, fakespot confirmed my suspicion giving them D's or F's. Now, when I'm not quite sure, I'll check fakespot to see what they say. I don't feel like it's 100% but at least it's something and it can give you some basic guidance. Also, I just bought a couple of things on Amazon tonight where Amazon didn't have a seller associated with the products - therefore no obvious way to actually buy them but Fakespot quickly and very helpfully provided a link to sellers with good prices and good reviews. That actually saved me a couple of minutes.
  • (2021-04-24) Jonah Ferguson: Potentially a 5 star extension: I have been using this for years, and here is what I think. The limit placed on the number of simultaneous instances of the "reanalyze" feature is annoying, gives you a very primitive "Server Error" message. The service does not auto-reanalyze items in their list near frequently enough, annoying. The service does not auto-analyze newer Amazon items that gain more reviews than their lower threshold for minimum reviews for analysis, annoying. I also shouldn't even have to open a new tab just to reanalyze an item, it should do that after the press of a button within the Amazon listing page. The service's fraud detection algorithm or whatever they use does seem to be accurate though, and I do like this extension overall despite those annoyances.
  • (2021-04-22) MATTHEW CROW: I like the service. The way it (now) integrates in Amazon is a little un-nerving because you are giving them info, but I think it is worth it.
  • (2021-04-22) Impartial Tuber: This extension renders links within amazon recommended stores otherwise known as influencer pages useless..
  • (2021-04-21) Bruce Benson: Nothing earth shaking, but it is nice to have a "second" opinion as I spend too much time looking at reviews trying to sort out the useful from the noise.
  • (2021-04-19) Karen Chiu: Fakespot needs a mobile version! I love using fakespot shopping for all my sites now while during pandemic my shopping online experience has been increased and I wanted to be able to know more if the site and sellers are reliable. Fakespot gives me the overview and I love the page that gives you a summary of the overall review in a glance. I do wish there's a mobile version since most users are now purchasing items on their mobile now. Overall I would definitely recommend Fakespot to anyone.
  • (2021-04-19) Christian Bartik: Completely asinine that I cannot use the website because I am using a chromium-based browser and therefore need their extension, which undoubtedly collects and sells your information. I can use this website just fine with the old copy-paste URL method with Firefox, but since I've switched to Brave the website loads differently removing the URL text entry field and replacing it with a button that only lets you install the chrome extension. This is anti-consumer and I will no longer be using this service.
  • (2021-04-18) Dana W: I love this app. It is real and totally useful, for example, I ordered 5,000 capsules from a seller on ebay who had a caution from fakespot. When I received the capsules I only had 3,000-yes I counted them because I knew not as many as they said. I feel like it is good to heed what Fakespot says. Seller cautions tell you if it is a good seller or not. I do not buy from a seller that has a bad rating from Fakespot!
  • (2021-04-15) Erik R: Very helpful.. I mean very.
  • (2021-04-14) Nguso134: At first I was dubious about how much it can actually help me, but I was surprised to find out how much data it can go through to help me find the best options. I now use it very often as my online shopping has increased and all I can say is that it's helped a lot. (I sound like a bot lol)
  • (2021-04-12) Anti Aliased: Great concept, terrible execution. Results are frequently garbage - as an example, try searching "flash drive" on Amazon and sorting by best Fakespot Grade. You'll find that 3 of the top 5 are blatant scams. On top of that, it increases page load time by a couple seconds, shifting the results in the process. Two stars in the hopes that it improves.
  • (2021-04-12) Stephanie W.: Fabulous extension / service!! I really depend on Fakespot on a few websites - most importantly, Amazon. I also check the reviews for an expensive item on The Wirecutter, etc., but Fakespot usually aligns with those reviews, too.
  • (2021-04-09) Bo Zou: not working today, keep cashing chrome, disable this extension will fix problem
  • (2021-04-08) Scott McGimpsey: Does what it advertises, and helps me avoid a lot of garbage on Amazon. The customizable search and filter parameters make it a great tool.
  • (2021-04-07) Jana Sullivan: I feel more confident purchasing an item after I check the Fakespot review. I love using it and I wish every shopping site worked with it!
  • (2021-04-06) Rick Wilkerson: I use it every time I make a purchase.
  • (2021-04-02) Dan Burke: Really useful extension that helps weed out the effect of fake reviews.
  • (2021-04-02) DJ: I rely on Fakespot and have since it was offered. I was shocked to see how many phony reviews are offered and trust that Fakespot will whittle them out.
  • (2021-04-02) iman jani: great tool/ extension , you definitely need it when you shop from Amazon
  • (2021-04-02) Anthony Gordon: I love using this because it help spot fake sales where people try to scam you so I don't waste my money and time
  • (2021-04-02) TOPGUNAL: world has change and now everybody is trying to present something that is not true or partially true. Please read truth in lending Act.
  • (2021-03-30) TYLER GRAY: Dont leave home without it.
  • (2021-03-29) Jasmine Davis: Just downloaded and am already pleased. I just weeded out my shopping cart on Amazon and it's scary how many fake reviews there are. Most of the bad reviews for this app are from people who don't understand how algorithms and technology works and are just too impatient to let the app do it's thing. It does take a bit but I'd recommend watching TV or something while online shopping so you aren't bored while waiting.
  • (2021-03-27) Deepak Sinha: One of the most useful Chrome extensions. Hope it would be available for other e-commerce sites such as Flipkart as well. On Amazon.in, it is not yet able to provide product listing sorted by fakespot ratings. I expect such capabilities will be available soon to users in India.
  • (2021-03-26) Kevin C: I use this every time I purchase an item on Amazon, but I have used it on Walmart too. It says it works on some other sites but that's the only two I've needed. As long as you remember it's grading the reviews themselves (not the product) it can be really helpful in my opinion.
  • (2021-03-26) D T: Fakespot was etter before when it gave feedback on how many Amazon reviews were altered. Fakespot does work that well with eBay and other site.
  • (2021-03-26) Allan Pendlebury: I do like and use Fakespot with reservations. Like another poster said F isn't saying the product is no good. I have a particular edible product that my wife and I both like, but it is rated F. I do my own research and look for reviews on the product. Fakespot's rating just gives me a starting point
  • (2021-03-25) Daniel Lord: I would never order from Amazon without the Fakespot extension enabled. Quantity of ratings AND quality of ratings are both important factors to consider. There are a lot of deceptive practices used in ratings, so this helps to narrow down my results. It is not a replacement for common sense, but if two products have the same Amazon rating and one has a higher Fakespot rating, which one makes more sense to purchase?
  • (2021-03-24) Sylvia Larkin: Very helpful when making decisions about purchases
  • (2021-03-24) Tami Marks: Very helpful. I use it as a point of reference for most purchases.
  • (2021-03-21) Jeremy Gluskin: The extension has improved over time and is very well integrated, enabling search results sorted by rating and hiding of F-rated sellers. Between Fakespot and user reviews, I've been pretty happy with my purchases overall and feel more confident in search results.
  • (2021-03-21) Diane Robinson: This app isn’t useless, all you have to do is add it to your share menu - which can be done by going to any photo or website, clicking the share button, scrolling to the left, click more, and then flip the switch to enable Fakespot. Y’all are useless and the reason this app exists - to combat bad reviews because y’all are STUPID.
  • (2021-03-20) Evelyn Kinsey: Love Fake spot! My son installed it and I find it very useful when I am trying to select a product from more than one seller. Very useful tool to avoid having to ship products back. Between this and the reviews, I'm making purchases that meet my satisfaction. Returns are way, way down compared to before having fakeSpot.
  • (2021-03-19) Savannah S: I use this to sift through amazon listings to find out if it's too good to be true. I do see that it sometime has a false-positive for misleading listings, but for the most part it's spot on. Thanks for helping me get the best products :)
  • (2021-03-19) Mike O: Installed it on Opera but then couldn't figure out how to get it to work. Web page give only VERY sparce instructions on installing and setting up. Is there supposed to be an icon I can click to configure the extension? The only thing I could find in the Opera Extension management page was how to add permissions for web pages. I added Amazon website to the list. Amazon now shows "This seller is Approved" message so I know it is doing something. Unfortunately I was looking for a way to get info on the quality/reliability of the Amazon reviews. It is not showing me anything about reviews and I can't find any instructions telling me how I can get that info. So basically, the fakespot.com page spends 80% of its space telling me all of the great things that fakespot can do but doesn't give me a single clue as to how to get it to do all these wonderful things. Pretty worthless unfortunately. Will be uninstalling extension. Don't need it using any resources on my computer for no purpose.
  • (2021-03-18) Cuvtixo D: The only reason I continue to buy from Amazon. In reaction to reviewer issues, apparently, Amazon has deleted responses to responses: which is terrible, since sometimes people leave helpful advice about how something works, or point out some important detail the reviewer has missed. And while I developed my own techniques for deceptive reviews; looking at all one-star reviews and judging how many are ridiculous or delusional, this extension goes through hundreds and thousands of reviews. It has got off to a bad start on eBay, however. It gives an alarm for people who don't offer refunds, but eBay itself now offers refunds for most (all?) products; so a huge majority of items. I shop needlessly get bad ratings for no "refund policy". The extension was not ready for eBay, and should not have been deployed so early. So ignore the extension messages on eBay, and it's a great tool. There is a similar tool on the net, whose owner is apparently no longer maintaining it, So there's nothing out there quite like Fakespot. PS Amazon itself should be doing this on their own reviews. Shame on them for letting scammers take over the reviews. Seriously, Amazon's management sucks.
  • (2021-03-18) Antony Ricks: Amazon's reviews are notorious for being so phony that there's almost no need for this app - you can almost safely assume any product with tons of reviews is full of fraud. I say this because I think this app is unfairly punished by reviewers for its accuracy! You can find reports of Amazon's misleading by design review system in major publications. This app is accurate and Amazon reviews really are that bad! But we're stuck with their monopoly now more than ever, so this is a necessary tool

Latest issues

  • (2021-02-25, v:0.8.48) Wesley Mccomb: any update on the sorting bar not showing on amazon.ca?
    any update on the sorting bar not showing on amazon.ca?
  • (2021-02-18, v:0.8.47) Patricia Nease: Grade A Not Earned!
    Lsghome Half Round Fireplace Carpet, described as a "rug" and a "mat" is nothing but a thin piece of plastic. The item has to be returned to sender in China at the owner's expense, which is NOT noted in the description. It is a piece of trash and several reviews note the same - yet ONE gave it 5 stars. And you give it an "A" rating. I'm surprised at Amazon allowing this vendor to do business on their site.
  • (2021-02-01, v:0.8.46) Helen Brown: search bar
    I need a search bar, don't I? Why is it so hard to find?
  • (2021-01-30, v:0.8.46) Dan in Seattle: Firefox?
    Is this still available on Firefox 85.0? It disappeared from my laptop after the last update and when I search the addons to re-install, it is nowhere to be found
  • (2020-12-23, v:0.8.42) Alex Harries: Just redirects to the "please install this extension" page now
    Hello, when I click the button on an Amazon page to analyse reviews, I see the "processing reviews" page for a few seconds and am then redirected to https://www.fakespot.com/.
  • (2020-12-01, v:0.8.41) Roque Mozingo: Useful tool! but...
    Sort by Fakespot feature (on Amazon) doesn't work. When it's sorted still 4 star and 3.5 stars are mixed in with 4.5 star results. Even when you exclude Amazon's sponsored results and Editorial Recommendations the sorting of the rest doesn't work.
  • (2020-11-25, v:0.8.40) Jeffrey Riaboy: Extension broken as of yesterday’s new update
    The extension has stopped working as of yesterday’s update. The amazon interactions are all missing, and when I click on the extension icon a popup shows up under the icon that is completely blank.
  • (2020-10-22, v:0.8.37) nedlahkcin: Not working
    Maby i am incompetant but it is not working on Amazon.de.
  • (2020-10-13, v:0.8.36) Nick Zemba: New golf aid product
    I have invented a product that utilizes in part the 'Grabber' Would your R & D department be interested in such a product? I can be contacted on my cell 502 905-1528 Regards, Nick Zemba
  • (2020-10-09, v:0.8.36) G tech: yhe best darn life saving add on
    best darn app i realy needy you come along when times were tough saved me almost a grand on sellers i would have got screwed for bidding and buying on fake watches
  • (2020-09-24, v:0.8.35) adrian vicbc: Unavailable items
    Love your app, thanks! A couple of thoughts, sometimes (increasingly, lately) products come as Unavailable when being analyzed, I guess for some reason (I have a feeling the sellers try to somehow hide!), but then you request us to let you know, I cannot see how to do it! Also, just wondering, if an item by Breville is shipped and sold by Amazon, who might be fudging the reviews when there is a C or D rating? Curious! Thx again! Adrian
  • (2020-09-22, v:0.8.35) Brandon Chesnut: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY I lost my trailer because of your a+ rating
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY I lost my trailer because of your a+ rating
  • (2020-09-22, v:0.8.35) Brandon Chesnut: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY I lost my trailer because of your a+ rating
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY I lost my trailer because of your a+ rating
  • (2020-09-22, v:0.8.35) Brandon Chesnut: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY I lost my trailer because of your a+ rating
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY I lost my trailer because of your a+ rating
  • (2020-09-22, v:0.8.35) Brandon Chesnut: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY I lost my trailer because of your a+ rating
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY I lost my trailer because of your a+ rating
  • (2020-09-22, v:0.8.35) Brandon Chesnut: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY I lost my trailer because of your a+ rating
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY I lost my trailer because of your a+ rating
  • (2020-09-22, v:0.8.35) Brandon Chesnut: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY I lost my trailer because of your a+ rating
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY I lost my trailer because of your a+ rating
  • (2020-09-22, v:0.8.35) Brandon Chesnut: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY I lost my trailer because of your a+ rating
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY I lost my trailer because of your a+ rating
  • (2020-09-22, v:0.8.35) Brandon Chesnut: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY I lost my trailer because of your a+ rating
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY I lost my trailer because of your a+ rating
  • (2020-09-22, v:0.8.35) Brandon Chesnut: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY I lost my trailer because of your a+ rating
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY I lost my trailer because of your a+ rating
  • (2020-09-22, v:0.8.35) Brandon Chesnut: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Q4bFdmigQY delete our addin
  • (2020-09-08, v:0.8.33) Torin Rettig: Grades no longer showing on Amazon
    Been using Fakespot for a long time now, but very recently grades have stopped showing up on search results pages and item pages as well. I can see the Fakespot symbol and the color of the grade on the search results page, but not the grade itself. On the item pages the grades aren't showing up at all. The Fakespot Guard rating for the product and whether or not the seller has a "Caution" or other rating shows up, but not the grade and there is no link to the Fakespot site page with the grade for that item. The only way I can get to the Fakespot page with that item so I can see it's grade is by clicking on the Fakespot symbol on the search results pages. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling the Fakespot extension and restarting my computer. The problem is persisting. I'll also note that I do not see this problem on Best Buy, Walmart or Sephora. Only Amazon. Any suggestions for how to resolve this?
  • (2020-08-25, v:0.8.33) Tobe Ornottobe: Fakespot is fake. This Review Analysis killed my faith in fakespot. You have been scamed!
    (All blue stars but the reviews are for children's books and not for the product (screen protectors) https://smile.amazon.com/Compatible-Protector-Tempered-Display-Advanced/dp/B08D92DDGY/ref=sr_1_10?crid=VU8JX5FA8MA0&dchild=1&keywords=screen+procter+iphone+11&qid=1598370627&sprefix=sure%2Caps%2C231&sr=8-10 These screen protectors get great reviews. All blue stars from fakespot. This product is a screen protector. All the positive reviews are actually for children's books! You really screwed up on this one and I wonder how many others are just as bad!
  • (2020-07-21, v:0.8.14) Carolyn Hopkin: Not enough to analyze
    How many reviews does it take to analyze a yelp entry? There is a doctor who has 40 reviews, but it's saying that is not enough to analyze. The URL is https://www.yelp.com/biz/rex-moulton-barrett-md-alameda?osq=Plastic+Surgeons
  • (2020-07-01, v:0.8.14) stan5409: Not Working For All Products on Amazon
    Lately many items on Amazon are not recognized by Fakespot as an Amazon item.It then shows the various websites that FakeSpot covers including Amazon. This means many items cannot be reviewed.
  • (2020-06-20, v:0.8.3) Greg: Amazon app doesn't allow fakespot
    Hi Just thought I'd let you know that Fakespot can't be used in the Amazon app. I had to uninstall it with a "Forced stop" on my Android phone just so I could use the site that I could copy the url from and past it into Fakespot.
  • (2020-05-29, v:0.7.5) Dot Hoffman: Other browsers
    I would like to see your app as a Firefox extension. I hardly ever use Chrome. Thank you.
  • (2020-05-24, v:0.7.0) James Hyder: Fakespot extension is not working
    I've just installed the extension in Chrome (83.0.4103.61 (Official Build) (64-bit)), and although the Guard seems to work, I don't see the Facespot rating, the analyze button, or the other features that are supposed to appear on listings. Also, my preferred browser is Firefox, so I would prefer a (working!) plugin for that browser. Finally, I don't like the fact that I can't just cut and paste URLs to your Web site any more. I've liked and used Fakespot for a long time, but now I can't use it at all. You're going in the wrong direction!


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3.6 (461 votes)
Last update / version
2021-04-22 / 0.8.54
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