There are a few things we need to make sure you know.
Occasionally, companies ask for a review of their product or service. We’ll happily oblige where possible, but we have a few rules we operate by to ensure we maintain editorial integrity and remain unbiased.
- We make sure it’s clear the review is neutral and cannot be compensated in exchange for a more positive spin.
- We do not accept pre-written reviews for products. Every review is written in-house.
- When these companies reach out, they may offer to loan a product to us that we have to return upon completion of the review or give us a product to keep. This arrangement does not affect the review’s outcome.
- Sometimes our reviews are based on products we’ve purchased. The fact that we’ve spent our money on this product doesn’t affect the perspective and how we come up with a final score and recommendation.
- During the review process, we try to work with the company if there are any issues we face while conducting the review, including sharing any notes and pre-release copy if it can help resolve the problem(s) we face. Our goal is to ensure those that purchase the product have the best possible experience from the start and will take advantage of these open channels to help facilitate said positive experiences.
- Regardless of the product or service and the arrangement(s) to review them, there is no situation where a company can pay for a positive review. We do not accept offers for positive reviews of products in exchange for any kind of compensation.
Greenlight: The IP Claim Database
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No company or individual, including Bytoro, LLC or The Seller Journal, can make claims or guarantees of any kind regarding the accuracy of this data. If a brand not on this list issues any form of adverse contact against yourself or your company, Bytoro, LLC or The Seller Journal is not responsible for said brand’s omission from this list or the ramifications–positive or negative–that may come from actions taken based on that information or discovery.
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