We review tech products and the in-home service you need to use them.
If you’re curious about the latest media device (Apple TV), we’ve got it covered, and if you want to read up on internet and TV services (XFINITY, DIRECTV, etc.)—without all the marketing nonsense—we’ve got that too. From products to services, we cover the entire entertainment tech ecosystem for the home. It’s what makes us stand out from the other guys.
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We research, write reviews, and determine ratings before deciding how and where to include affiliate links. We do not sell reviews, and we do not accept free products or services. We pay for products and services out of our own pockets, so you help us keep the lights on.
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What topics do you cover?
What goest into a review?
Do you accept free products?
How many people work on Reviews.org?
How many people are involved in a review?
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How do the star ratings work?
Q: Where are the advertisements?
We don’t place advertisements because we don’t like being bothered with ads. Enjoy!
Q: Why should I trust you?
We’re pretty new to the reviews scene, so we understand if you’re skeptical. But we are total geeks when it comes to the stuff we review. We spend hours upon hours testing services, analyzing products, reading contracts, making phone calls, and breaking things (just to see if we can). It’s what we like to do—after all, we’re customers too, so we want to make sure we cover everything.
Please leave us comments, send us emails, tweet at us, or communicate with us whatever way you like. We’ll respond and work to improve our reviews and website content according to your suggestions.
Q: How do you make money?
We make money through affiliate links. For example, we like Amazon for its customer service, so if we have a product to recommend, we recommend buying it from Amazon. If you end up buying said product from Amazon, we get a small percentage of that purchase.
Q: Do you work for the companies you recommend?
Q: Can I cancel my service through you?
No. We review services and use them ourselves, but we don’t work for or with them.
Q: Should I leave my complaints here?
If it’s a constructive complaint that contains useful information, sure, go for it. However, keep in mind the company won’t see your complaint here. The best place to leave a complaint is with the FCC’s Consumer Complaint Center. You could also try and contact the company directly via email, phone, or reach out through Twitter, Facebook, etc.
Q: Where can I complain?
The best place to leave a complaint is with the FCC’s Hands down the best place to leave a complaint is the FCC’s Consumer Complaint Center.
Q: What topics do you cover?
We cover TV services, internet services, streaming TV services, live TV streaming services, streaming media devices, smart devices, etc. Pretty much anything you’d want to use in your home or for your entertainment. If you have suggestions or requests, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: What goes into a review?
First and foremost, hours and hours of research and testing. If we review a product, we’ll purchase it with our own money and test it at home and at work. If it’s a service, we’ll also dig into the contract paperwork, do some secret shopping, talk to customer reps, and see if we smell anything fishy. It’s a little hard to quantify what goes into a review, because no product or service is the same, but we tackle it with the customer in my mind. Since we’re customers too, we always think about what we’d like to know before buying a product or service.
Q: Do you accept free products?
No, we purchase the products we review. We do accept free donuts though (edit: no, we dont’).
Q: How many people work on Reviews.org?
Right now we have eleven, but we hope that number continues to grow.
Q: How many people are involved in a review?
Typically a single review involves the whole team, but the majority of the research and testing falls on our writers and tech experts.
Q: What if I can’t find what I want on your website?
Then please tell us, we want to hear from you! Feedback will only make us better. You can reach out to us through social media, the comment section, or send an email to email@example.com.
Q: I like what you’re doing, how can I support you?
Awesome! You can support us by making your purchases through our links, sharing our reviews on social media, or writing a simple thanks in the comments section.
Q: How do the star ratings work?
1 = Terrible 2 = Meh 3 = Not-bad 4 = Good 5 = Great