|. on Jun 21, 2015 @ 05:02 pm|
I think it's a good question to ask but at the end of the day the whole purpose of this site is for honest opinions. When I want to purchase a new product and Im not sure I always read reviews on it. I don't read just one but multiple reviews both negative and positive. A product doesn't have to be right for you - as long as you're not bashing the product but explaining the pro's and con's involved while you were using it and understanding why it didn't work for you but might be for someone else.
|. on Jun 21, 2015 @ 10:24 pm|
I would want to be believe that no, because all the purpose of sites like this is to have honest reviews. That's why companies are giving samples and their products to see what to work on and how to get more ppl satisfied.
|Negative Reviews on Jun 21, 2015 @ 10:36 pm|
I don't think they would impact your chance of being chosen for future testing opportunities. I think giving negative feedback would be better than giving no feedback at all. As long as you state you appreciate the opportunity and give examples of how the product could be improved I think you would be fine.
|Thanks ladies on Jun 23, 2015 @ 12:58 pm|
I hope you are right :) I did not get any testing opportunities since I submitted a review that was not glowing but hopefully it is just a coincidence that I did not meet the target population criteria....
Sometimes it is impossible to let a company know how to improve a product (ie if it is a cosmetic product and you have a bad reaction to it, chances are you don't know what exactly you reacted to....which was my case).