Chicago, IL (PressExposure) August 14, 2007 -- Have you ever been reading a testimonial on a website and wondered to yourself "Is this real"...?
Chances are, you have. And now, thanks to a new website [http://www.Suckered.Org], you will always have authentic reviews, testimonials, and even complaints on the over 10,000 products found in the Clickbank Marketplace.
Clickbank is a service that allows anyone online to sell an electronic product (ebook, software, etc) using Clickbank's payment processing and affiliate network. But how do you know when a product on Clickbank is really any good?
In the past there was no way to answer that question. Sure, there are consumer reporting sites but anyone can post anything about a company without so much as proof of purchase. In the end, although these websites provide a valuable service, they're just another place for people to post bad information.
What Suckered.Org does is different. While it also allows anyone to come and post a message about a product, Suckered.Org takes the extra step of verifying the purchase. In other words, only someone who has actually purchased & used a product can make a comment on it.
Chris Avell, founder of Suckered.Org states - "At Suckered.Org we verify each and every post. Be it glowing praise or a devistating complaint we make sure the party posting has actually purchased the product. The best part is, we do it entirely through thrid party monitoring. This means that neither the buyer or the company selling the product can manipulate the system. The result is honest, accurate reviews of the products found on Clickbank."
It is unclear if Suckered.Org will be expanding beyond Clickbank anytime soon. However, one thing is clear. If you are interested in buying a product from a seller who uses Clickbank as their payment processor - be sure to first visit [http://www.Suckered.Org] and use their link. This will allow you to post a real review on the product and puts the power of Suckered.Org (who also offer free mediation services) behind you.
For more information visit [http://www.suckered.org].