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Old 01-17-2010, 09:30 AM   #59
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Originally Posted by JSWolf View Post
What you want to do is make a mockery of Amazon's rating system. You want to give false ratings to books you've never read. Sure the publishers are not playing fair, but that's no reason to screw up the ratings/give a bad review. Just let it go. All this does is make you seem childish.

"I can't have this so I'm going to do my best to make sure nobody will get this." That's just childish. Give it up and move on.
It is not preventing anybody else from buying the book.

It is merely an additional way of trying to get the publishers notice and tell them that customers do not agree with their methods. Amazon provide a method for people to air their views about products that they sell, people are just making use of that. Amazon being the most public bookseller is clearly a very good platform for people to use for letting publishers know their feelings.
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