Welcome Bettyhere, hope you enjoy yourself here on the forum.Hi am new to the forum . I do watch QVR occasionally.. more in morbid fascination than in buying mode .
Has anyone else thought that certain posters on Qurio are planted there to encourage the others posting ?
I was a member of an Aldi group on Facebook for a while until it got so bitchy that I could stand it no longer and there seemed to always be one somewhat jokey poster ( they stayed for a few weeks and then disappearednto be replaced by another new friendly poster!) recommending random stuff .. doing reviews or just being all pally and over sharing without too much to identify them in real life. No visible Facebook details either.
One reminded me of one of the posters and shared the same name too ?
I think we did notice a bit of a kerfuffle with a social media influencer on Qurio in the earlier days. I think brands cannot help themselves when it comes to social media. It does them no credit and then renders trust in reviews by anyone participating meaningless. Some reviews are already meaningless when the review is to say it's arrived, or the package looks nice. Maybe it will get better over time, but some wonderkid will reinvent the wheel, think they are clever enough to escape detection... and fail!